Location: Captain Cook, Kona Coast, Big Island, Hawaii, USA (14 miles south of Kailua-Kona)
Accommodations: House, 2 Bedrooms + Library, 2 Baths (Sleeps 5)
An oasis of peace and tranquility overlooking spectacular Kealakekua Bay ("Pathway of the Gods"), Hale Ke'ei Lani ("Heavenly Abode") is a luxurious custom built home sitting on a beautifully landscaped one and two-tenths acres.
A custom built redwood and cedar pole house, this tastefully furnished, smoke-free home features an Asian style floor plan, open beamed ceilings, wrap around decks and magnificent views of Kona's famous sunsets.
Only a short drive away, Kealakekua Bay as well as the Place of Refuge National Park offer some of Hawaii's best snorkeling, kayaking and whale watching, plus the opportunity to swim and interact with the resident pod of spinner dolphins.
Hale Ke'ei Lani is located in the district of South Kona revered by the ancient Hawaiians as the source of their spiritual and physical sustenance. It was here that they enjoyed the best fishing, farming and hunting, and perhaps the best climate in all of Hawaii.
Sitting at the ideal elevation of 900 feet, it's all perfectly laid out for you: Mt. Mauna Loa behind, the ocean and the daily magnificent sunsets in front and cooling breezes all around.
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$195-$250/night based on occupancy, season and length of stay.
Additional costs are state taxes of 13.41% and $165/outcleaning fee.
Minimum stay is 3 days.
Fireplace, Washer & Dryer, Fully Equipped Kitchen, Cable/Satellite TV , Wireless Internet Access, Grill
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