Tiny Homes & Log Cabins

Eco-Friendly Tiny House in Hawaii

Take a look inside this stunning tiny house on the big island of Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, in the United States. With three beds and one bathroom, the eco-friendly little house can accommodate up to five visitors. You’ll have the entire tiny house to yourself during your vacation stay. This incredible small house on wheels, together with two additional tiny house units, is situated on three acres of property. There is air conditioning, a queen-sized bed, a single bed, and a sofa bed in the compact abode. During your vacation stay, there is a covered outside patio area with chairs.

Inside, a natural wood interior with a pleasant open plan and a lovely community area for bonfires and barbecues greets you. For group trips, you can hire a single vacation property or all three. The little house is located close below the Kaloko Cloud Forest, in a magnificent setting. Kaloko is a Kona neighborhood that offers a unique vacation experience of forest adventures and floral sceneries, all within 7 minutes of the sparkling beaches. Without traffic, it takes 12 minutes to drive from the Kona International Airport.

Self-check-in is available, and there is free parking on site. The little house comes equipped with a kitchen, washer and dryer, air conditioning, a garden/backyard, wifi, bathroom supplies, towels, soap, shampoo, hairdryer, iron, coffee maker, and everything else you’ll need for a pleasant stay.

You will undoubtedly enjoy your vacation stay. The modest house has a welcoming atmosphere, and you’ll love hearing the frogs and birds at night. With a fire pit, the property provides a rustic vibe. With the private property just 15 minutes from downtown, you’ll get the best of all worlds. You can discover Kona and the surrounding area during your vacation stay and will want to return again and again. The activities listed below are just a sample of what you can do during your stay.

Pololu Valley Lookout is a viewpoint in the Pololu Valley. This is a spectacular vista and a great spot for a photo op. The hike is easy going down, but it might be strenuous getting back up.

Hawi. Stop in Hawi for some fudge and a wander through a charming art village on your route to Pololu Valley.

Pepeekeo. This is a lovely picturesque road that leads to some spectacular botanical gardens. Views and photo opportunities abound.

Step two. Bring your snorkeling equipment and go first thing in the morning. The Place of Refuge is a historical monument located immediately across the street! It’s worth a walkthrough to learn about the island’s history.

Walking Tours in the Cloud Forest of Kona. There are several wonderful paths to explore within a 2-minute drive up the road.

Kolekole Beach Park is a beach park in Kolekole, Hawaii. On your trip to Hilo, this is an excellent place to stop for a picnic. Just over the creek is a spectacular waterfall, as well as a lovely antique bridge for further photo options.

Waimea Homestead Farmer’s Market is a weekly farmer’s market in Waimea, Hawaii. This is a great Saturday outing to pick up some locally grown produce, honey, and other goodies. Lunch can also be had from food vendors.

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