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Volcano Anthurium Alii Gardens – Home 371589 House

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 6 sleeps
  •  min stay varies

Volcano Anthurium Alii Gardens – Home 371589

  • House
  • 3 bedrooms
  • sleeps 6
  •  min stay varies

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House / 3 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 6

Key Info

  • Nearest beach 30 km
  • Child friendly
  • Car essential
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Description from owner

Description

Welcome to Anthurium Alii Gardens this Hawaiian paradise in the middle of a magical rainforest near Volcano Village, 3 miles away from the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park ! This is the place you have dreamed of, in between the sun and the mist, among the Ohia Lehua trees and the hapu'u giant ferns. In an ambiance of another age, Anthurium Alii Gardens offers you all the comfort you need for your holiday. 3 luxurious bedrooms and private bathrooms with whirlpool. Delightful Hot tub in the forest!

Beautifully decorated with genuine antiques, French doors provide a great view over the rainforest from every room. You will also be delighted with the services provided in our rental. HIGH SPEED INTERNET ACCESS

Location description from owner

The Hawaii region

Covering 4,028 square miles, the Big Island (or the "Orchid Isle") is the youngest and largest of the Hawaiian Islands — twice

Welcome to Anthurium Alii Gardens this Hawaiian paradise in the middle of a magical rainforest near Volcano Village, 3 miles away from the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park ! This is the place you have dreamed of, in between the sun and the mist, among the Ohia Lehua trees and the hapu'u giant ferns. In an ambiance of another age, Anthurium Alii Gardens offers you all the comfort you need for your holiday. 3 luxurious bedrooms and private bathrooms with whirlpool. Delightful Hot tub in the forest!

Beautifully decorated with genuine antiques, French doors provide a great view over the rainforest from every room. You will also be delighted with the services provided in our rental. HIGH SPEED INTERNET ACCESS

Location description from owner

The Hawaii region

Covering 4,028 square miles, the Big Island (or the "Orchid Isle") is the youngest and largest of the Hawaiian Islands — twice the size of all the other major Islands combined. And with two of the five volcanoes that created the island still active, it continues to grow: Kilauea Caldera is the longest continuously erupting volcano in the world, its present eruptive phase dating back to 1983; Mauna Loa, meanwhile, last erupted in March of 1984, sending lava to within a few miles of East Hawaii's Hilo town. Of the remaining three volcanoes on the island, Mauna Kea and Kohala are extinct, while Hualalai is considered to be dormant, having last erupted in 1801.
Points of Interest
Until recently, upcountry Waimea's Parker Ranch was the largest privately owned cattle ranch in the world, and ranching and agriculture continue to be the Big Island's economic mainstays — particularly beef, Kona coffee, macadamia nuts, fruits and tropical flowers. Resorts and most residential developments are located in coastal areas such as Hilo, Kailua-Kona, and the Kohala Coast, leaving much of island's interior untouched.

Hot Spot
Hawaii is the youngest island in the chain, and it continues to grow: Kilauea Caldera is the longest continuously erupting volcano in the world, its present eruptive phase dating back to 1983. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is a short drive from HIlo and a little farther from Kailua-Kona.

Each year the Big Island plays host to a number of world-renowned festivals and sports events, the most notable being the Merrie Monarch Hula Festival (in Hilo each April), the Ironman Triathlon World Championships (in Kona every October) and the Kona Coffee Cultural Festival in November.


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• Though the average temperature on the Big Island ranges from 71 to 77 degrees Fahrenheit in the coastal regions (with temperatures in the low 70s October through April), the summits of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa are often blanketed with snow.

• Average annual rainfall ranges from 10 inches at Kawaihae (near the west-facing Kohala Coast) to 128 inches at the Hilo Airport.

• Fifteen miles off the island's southeast coast yet another volcano, Lo'ihi, is erupting 3,000 feet below the surface of the ocean. While it will still be several thousand years before this volcano breaks the sea's surface, it has already risen more than 10,000 feet from the sea floor and has a crater that measures three miles across.

• Kamehameha the Great, who unified the Hawaiian Islands under one king for the first time in 1810, is believed to have been born in the Big Island's North Kohala area.

• Captain James Cook, who is widely considered to be the first European to set foot in the Hawaiian Islands, was killed at Kona's Kealakekua Bay in 1779.

• The Big Island's official flower is the lehua 'ohi'a

• The island's official color is red

Volcano

One of the most popular drives on Hawaii Island is the stretch of Highway 11 from the old sugar plantation town of Keaau to lovely Volcano Village on the outskirts of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. How many places on Earth can you drive right to the edge of a live, fiery, erupting volcano? Not many. But here on the Big Island of Hawaii, there are several spots where you can drive up and experience nature at its fieriest.
Along the scenic drive known as the Volcano Heritage Corridor, look for the brown and white signs along the highway, which indicate areas of historical interest.
For years, the mana (miraculous power) and legends of the Volcano region have been a source of inspiration for some of the Islands' finest artists, including painters, woodblock printers, photographers and sculptors. You, too, may be inspired by the Heritage Corridor, one of several on this big, Big Island.
The entrance to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is just off of Highway 11, located 26 miles from Hilo, a 45-minute to one-hour drive. The admission fee is $11 for each private vehicle, which is good for seven days (not transferrable). Just beyond the park's entrance, spend time at the Kilauea Visitor Center, where an introductory film and displays provide an excellent introduction to region. Current eruption news is also available here.
Visitors with limited time head straight for the Crater Rim Drive around the impressive Kilauea Caldera, which has been erupting almost continuously since 1983. Currently, the caldera is spewing giant clouds of sulfur dioxide, so the southern flank has been closed indefinitely. Still, several hours can be devoted to exploring all the sights along the northern portion of the road, including short hikes to Thurston Lava Tube, Devastation Trail and the Halemaumau Crater Lookout. Also save time to visit the fascinating Thomas A. Jaggar Museum, featuring excellent information about volcanology. The museum is also a good spot from which to view Halemaumau's fuming vent, especially after sunset when the massive pit glows red with fire.
For those with no time constraints, continue toward the coastline on the scenic Chain of Craters Road, which follows past lava flows from the heights of Kilauea down to the sea. At the point where the Chain of Craters Road begins to descend, there is a magnificent view of the coastline, and you can see plumes of steam whenever molten lava spills into the ocean. The road descends 3,700 feet in 20 miles, ending near the coastline where a lava flow cut off all access nearly 10 years ago. Except for restrooms and a shaded pavilion with picnic benches at the lookout on Chain of Craters Road, there are no other public facilities, so be sure you have adequate water, snacks and a full tank of gas.
Kilauea's East Rift Zone eruption, which began in 1983, is the longest continuous rift-zone eruption in written history. Kilauea, which means “much sprewing,” is the world's most active volcano. Volcanic activity, including oozing streams of magma spilling into the ocean, is always changing. Daily reports are posted at the visitor center for those who hope to view the dramatic nighttime sight of fiery lava meeting the sea, and the towering steam plumes it creates. Certain precautions must be taken for any hike into this area. The National Park Service has a four-minute video entitled, “Plan for Safe Viewing of Lava Flows.”
On your return to the park's entrance, save time to visit the charming Volcano Art Center Gallery, which makes its home in the original Volcano House Hotel, built in 1877. Just outside the park, Kipuka Puaulu Bird Park is a lovely side trip, and it's free. Take Mauna Loa Road to the park entrance, which is located a short drive off Highway 11. In this vast area of volcanic activity, the park features a forest of koa trees that have escaped centuries of eruptions, with a wealth of bird life that make this oasis its home.

For the latest updates on eruption news, call the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park at 985-6000.

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Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed

Bed & bathroom

  • Bedroom 1: King Bed
  • 3 En suites

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Jacuzzi or hot tub
  • Private garden
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Deck
  • Internet access
  • Fireplace
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Kettle
  • Dishwasher
  • TV
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

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Access

  • Parking
  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

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Payment
This rental can only be paid for online through Holiday Lettings using your credit/debit card or PayPal (never by bank or wire transfer).
Smoking
No smoking at this property
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House rules

Our nightly rate is based on 1 bedroom occupancy.
If you plan to occupy more than 1 bedroom for 2 people, please reserve for 3 people as the extra $25/night/guest then applies. If you are 4 guests but will occupy 3 bedroom, reserve for 5 guests.
Bedrooms that are not booked will not be accessible.
We have a $25 one night only stay fee that will be added after the reservation is made.
Refundable deposit is $150. For a stay over 5 nights: $200 deposit. For 10 days or over: $300 deposit.

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About the owner

Roxane R.
Response rate:
100%
Calendar updated::
29 Apr 2017
Years listed:
4
Overall rating:

Languages spoken: English, French, Spanish, Italian


This House has 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and sleeps 6. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 26 Mar 2013. Located in Island of Hawaii, it has 13 reviews with an overall rating of 4.5. The average weekly rate varies from £648 to £1450.

The Owner has a response rate of 100% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 29 Apr 2017.

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