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Kehena Beach, Hawaii-Big Island, Hawaii, United States  (# 37634)
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  VacationsFRBO Kehena Beach Vacation Rentals Property ID 37634 Kehena Beach Guesthouse  

Major City: Pahoa
Distance: 10-20 mi

Type:   B & B
Area: Waterview

Bedrooms: 2
Sleeps: 4
Baths: 1
Size: Sq Ft

Internet: No
Pets OK: No
Pool: No
Spa: No

Calendar: No
Exchange: No
For Sale: No
Credit Cards: Yes

 
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Name: Larry & Juan

Phone: 808-965-8625

Languages: English & Spanish

Personal Website: http://www.kehenabeachguesthouse.com/

VacationsFRBO Listing Since: 2008-11-19

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On the Big Island, our family says "E Komo Mai", and welcome to
Kehena Beach Guest House. Our home is located in one of the most
beautiful places on earth, the little known Puna Coast. It is south
of an active volcano in the laid back community of Puna Beach
Palisades. We are three short blocks from the old Red Road which hugs
the water and leads to Kehena Beach. This is a black sand beach
surrounded by towering lava cliffs. It is the sight of an ancient
Hawaiian village and when you are sunning and hitting the waves in
the rugged and charming water you will feel the spirit and soul of
the islands.
We call where we live Moe'uhane Hale or Dream House and when you see
it you will know why. This two story modern house sits on a lava flow
from 1955. Our family resides on the top story where we have a lanai
that looks out into the distance to the sea and our guests are given
the sanctity of the bottom floor. We have two terrific rooms. One is
called "Maluhia" which means Peace and the other room is known
as "Moena" or Resting Place for we hope that when you come to
Moe'uhane Hale you will find tranquility as we have.
The common room is filled with many interesting books and a place to
lounge either inside or out as you enjoy our island breakfast of
coffee, juice, and a variety of delicious homemade goodies. The guest
floor has its own private entrance and there is a lovely shared
bathroom with even lovelier creams and soaps to spoil your skin.




 

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Our two beautiful rooms are called Peace (Maluhia) and the Resting
Place (Moena). Both rooms have queens size beds, reading lights,
ceiling fans and in room closets to hang your clothes.

The Bathroom is a shared space that is cleaned and tidied once a day.
We encourage you to respect the others who stay in the house with you
by refreshing the bathroom as you use it. Towels, soap and lotions
are provided.
The Common area and Patio is where breakfast is served. We provide
you with coffee, a selection of teas, juice, fresh fruit, muffins and
Hawaiian bread toast and cold cereal. We try to make our own jams and
our own granola. We hope you enjoy them.

Other Thangs!

In this Common area we also have a library of books so you can escape
the sun from time to time and enjoy some quite time, a table and
chairs, and a small refrigerator to store any goodies you buy.
Shelves in the fridge are named by room so you can keep your stash
straight. Outside on the patio are rocking chairs to while away the
time as you look out onto the black lava hillside.

We got a no shoe policy. Several reasons for that. 1. Bare feet help
you relax! And 2. The black sand from the beach gets in the bed and
keeps you awake! So clean out your shoes and bring an extra pair of
slippers if you wanna wear something inside the house.

No smoking inside but go ahead and light up on the patio. Use the ash
trays - the lava don't like butts.

You can park your car in a designated spot.There are no phones in the
rooms,this ain't no Holiday Inn - but if you have to make a call we
can help you by letting you use our home phone.

Beach Towels. We almost forgot. We got beach towels available but
just remember, don't bring them inside the house. The sand gets all
over and makes a mess and a mess in paradise is no fun. So leave the
beach towels in the basket outside and we will put fresh ones out for
you the next day.

And for free - you get a smile every time you see us and as much
knowledge as we have about Pahoa town and the coast we call 'home'.
But if you don't wanna see us we won't bother you. Aloha and get your
butt over here and relax ASAP!





 

     Attractions 


The Puna coast is a natural wonderland. We have always loved secrets
and this piece of the earth is one of the best. Lets take a journey
on the Red Road which hugs the Puna Coast. If you go out to the road
from our house (the road you came in on) and turn right you get to
Kehena Beach.(clothing optional) Sundays are wild but every day is
beautiful, It's a steep climb down but the reward is hefty. Black
sand and rugged waves. To really enjoy this bay, you need to be aware
of the currents but if you are you can be refreshed over and over
again by the cool water and if the luck of the Hawaiian gods is with
you ' you can swim with dolphins. Leave Kehena Beach and go all the
way north to Kanapala (just keep going til you can't go no more) you
will get to a parking lot where there is a little visitor center, a
small burger stand and a path that leads out onto the black lava and
to the ocean. This walk on hard shiny black lava is stark like a
little trek on a modernist painting. It is worth the venture. Take
good shoes, a towel and lots of sunscreen. There is no shade. In the
distance you can see old Kalapana town that was eaten by the lava and
the new houses that sit upon the black surface. A little like a
Hawaiian village on Mars.

If you go back south on Red Road toward our house and then continue
on - you will visit a lovely piece of the Big Island.. To your right
is the Pacific Ocean. Pass Seaview, a little Puna community and you
will soon see the jungle creep over head as you begin to travel
through a tunnel of green. Soon you will find the Red Road tide
pools. They sit along the coast and are sometimes filled with water
and sometimes not. You will see a car parked here or there, someone
fishing off steep rocks and a series of tide pools where you can wade
and study the creatures of the sea,This little patch is primo Puna..
Keep going down the road and you will come to the hot ponds which are
wonderful but controversial. We will post a link to the pros and cons
of the hot ponds. Next is the boat dock and new state park where the
surfers glide out into the ocean. You can be a participant if you
like or just watch. There are picnic tables and bathrooms here.

Down the road is one last stop as Red Road turns into Old Government
Road. This is Kapoho where there are world class tide pools. At the
first entrance to Kapoho (neither is marked very well) you can drive
all the way in. At the second entrance there is a gate. If you park
your car and walk in you will find the Champagne Ponds that are to
the far end of the tide pools and are one of the best places to swim
on the Puna Coast. All of Kapoho has a multitude of tropical fish and
we almost always get a glimpse of a sea turtle. We continue on this
road til we come to Honolulu Park in Hawaiian Beaches. This road is
really old Hawaii. Lush tropical rain forest on a road that is the
sight of ancient Hawaiian burial grounds.





 

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Rates* All rates are based on double occupancy per room. Daily Weekly Monthly Rates Upon Request $55 $385 Accepted Payments. Personal checks, Money Orders, and Credit Cards through PayPal** Personal checks not accepted for balance due upon arrival. Check In/Check Out. Check-in Time is 3PM; Check-out time is 10AM There are no early check-ins or late check-outs unless we have approved them ahead of time. We just would not want to delay the next guests from starting their eagerly awaited vacation. Policies and Requirements. Deposit: Reservations require 50% deposit (or 1 night minimum deposit for stays of 1 night). Balance Due: Your balance will be collected upon your arrival. Cancellations: Full refund only with 60 days advance notice or more, prior to arrival OR if we resell the reserved nights. Note: Rates do not include the state hotel tax of 11.25% **A 3% handling fee will be added to any PayPal payment.



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