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Very charming ambience, serene setting.
There are no activities, but neither are you assailed by people trying to get their piece of the vacationers dollar.
Spacious room, shower and Jacuzzi bath.
Listen for the wild turkeys gobbling, early in the morning.
Probably not for everyone, but for our taste it was wonderful. It is not a resort type hotel, but an Inn or B&B style lodging without food. It is clean, quiet, has a wonderful character which is what we like. WiFi is available, but is...More
We spent one night in this wonderful historic mansion. . It’s we can back in the 60’s ... room are spacious and well decorated. They should propose a breakfast to let the guest enjoy even more this place ..
Charming from the outside. Each cottage has it's own unique design/style and no cottages are alike in furnishings and floor plan. Most cottages have its own balcony or porch. Truly an adorable piece of gem that is under utilized. Beautiful grounds but over grown and...More
Pros: great location for seeing Mauna Kea mountain, beautiful property, gorgeous flowers, elegantly decorated, quiet. Cons: hard to contact those running the reservations, our room smelled really strongly of mold. Room was a little hot and hard to get cool air in at night, long...More
Response from Cathleen C | Reviewed this property |
It used to be a bed and breakfast but they stopped doing that in 2006. However I recommend that you stay at the Waimea Country Lodge. At the Jacaranda Inn my husband and I got bit really bad by mosquitos after about a week... More
It used to be a bed and breakfast but they stopped doing that in 2006. However I recommend that you stay at the Waimea Country Lodge. At the Jacaranda Inn my husband and I got bit really bad by mosquitos after about a week it didn't get any better so we checked out and stayed at the Waimea Country Lodge. In the same parking lot there is a restaurant called Paniolo country Inn and just about a mile down the same street is Hawaiian Style Cafe and they to have really good breakfast.(The Cafe is cash only, but well worth it).