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65-1444 Kawaihae Rd PO Box 563, Waimea, Island of Hawaii, HI 96743-8554
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#4 of 9 B&Bs / Inns in Waimea

If you’re looking for a romantic bed and breakfast in Waimea, look no further than Jacaranda Inn.

Annuciation Catholic Church (1.1 mi), located nearby, makes Jacaranda Inn a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Waimea landmark.

You can take advantage of some of the amenities offered by Jacaranda Inn, including a chapel. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.

While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Mexican restaurants, including Big Island Brewhaus, Tako Taco Taqueria, and Los Tres Mex, all of which are a short distance from Jacaranda Inn.

If you are interested in exploring Waimea, check out some of the nearby attractions, such as Parker Ranch (1.1 mi), Isaacs Art Center Museum and Gallery (0.9 mi), and Anna Ranch Heritage Center (0.1 mi), all of which are within walking distance of Jacaranda Inn.

The staff at Jacaranda Inn looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.

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Free parking
Free internet
Public wifi
Game room
Meeting rooms
Chapel / shrine
Non-smoking hotel
Golf course
Horseback riding
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Sliverwkpd wrote a review Feb 2019
Waukesha, Wisconsin78 contributions32 helpful votes
First, this was a last minute reservation and Mary accommodated us. Thank you. Reviews were good and we couldn't find a similarly priced hotel in Kailua. It was cold. Yes, it can get cold in Hawaii at higher elevations. They had a space heater. It did not help much. No TV. No internet. This had been a B&B, just a B now. We have stayed in B&Bs before. I did not find this quaint or rustic, just kind of run down. Sorry. I wish I had done more research. Just one example. The drinking glasses in the bathroom were sitting upside down on a ledge that needed to be cleaned. Minor, I know, but I could go on.
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Date of stay: February 2019
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Vera S wrote a review Feb 2019
San Francisco, California31 contributions12 helpful votes
You can see that these grounds and buildings were once lovely and a great place to spend time. Our own little cottage was spacious, which was a nice change from the small-ish spaces we stayed in around the Island, and I enjoyed that. I did not, however, enjoy the musty, moldy smell which lingered and did not dissipate. We emptied the dehumidifier three times on our one-night stay, which had to run all night. That didn't add to the enjoyment of our stay and I wanted to leave as soon as we could in the morning. We saw evidence of what looked like construction to the other cottages/rooms, which I hope includes something to mitigate the musty smell. Bottom line: I would not stay there again, no matter how historic and spacious the grounds and house are, which is too bad.
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Date of stay: January 2019
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Lauren W wrote a review Jan 2019
Portland, Oregon, United States49 contributions30 helpful votes
This place was pathetic. The house, outbuildings, and garden are falling apart from deferred maintenance. The property is historic (the old Parker Ranch manager's place) — unfortunately, so is the mattress and bedding. The room smelled musty and wasn't clean. The sheets felt slimy, the mattress gave me a backache, and the room could not be made either quiet or dark at night: people walking around outside inches from your window (which seemed to be stuck open) were clearly audible, and the outdoor lights, which never went off, shone in through a hundred gaps in the curtains or shades. The owner is evidently too cheap to pay housekeeping staff, and he can't keep up; on a day when a large party arrived, we left early in the morning and returned at 3:30 pm to find we'd had no housekeeping. (We wanted to take a nap, because we'd slept so poorly, but then at 4 pm he finally got around to our room, and rousted us just as we were finally able to relax.) For this level of service, the price is a joke. Stay somewhere else.
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Date of stay: January 2019
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Robert S wrote a review Aug 2018
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I loved the view and the spa style bathtub was the best. Everything is close by and Waimea is such a friendly community. Definitely we will stay again. I live this place. Don't forget to check out the local farmers market.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
JanHana wrote a review Jul 2018
Honolulu, Hawaii205 contributions137 helpful votes
Our experience at Jacaranda Inn was a mixed review. We arrived and were given our paid receipt for our night's stay. When making your reservation, they did charge the credit card at the time. We were shown our room, Passion Flower, which is in the front area, but, very private. The lanai area is shared by the Vanda room. Our room was painted a little too dark purple for my taste but, it was roomy and like someone's home. The bathroom is huge with a wonderful jacuzzi and clean shower. The bed was ok, but, they should change the pillows. Everything seemed clean and I believe the management made efforts to address some of the other online reviews regarding bugs and the mustiness. Waimea can have a lot of moisture in the air and the property has gorgeous trees and vegetation that could add to the mustiness that some rooms may have. Our friend had the Vanda room and it was light and airy. Our windows did not close which we didn't mind because it brought some air circulation. Other friends had a room in the back area with two beds. I didn't care for that room---not sure if that one was listed on their website. It just had a shower and seemed more like a barrack type room rather than the other rooms that had more charm. The reason I couldn't give this property 5 stars which if properly kept up could be exquisite is that strangely, there were areas that were taken care of like the beautifully mowed lawns. Whereas, in other areas, there were weeds and cracked walkways that gave it a haunted, unkempt look. BTW, I checked and researched and there are no ghosts or hauntings at this hotel. If I were the owners, I would fix the cracked walkways to prevent tripping and accidents. Some of the garden areas, if tended to, would be charming and add an upscale feel to the property. Great bones, just needs some tender loving care and upkeep. If you want upscale, clean, modern, sterile, this might not be the place to stay. If you want homey, charming, privacy, history, and you're not critical of every minor detail, you may be charmed by Jacaranda Inn. There are a lot of eateries from budget to upscale nearby. We had a country-style breakfast with fabulous taro pancakes at Paniolo Country Inn Restaurant. We also went to the nearby grocery stores to buy wine and food for our dinner on the lanai at Jacaranda Inn. It's convenient and we've heard that the Farmers' Markets nearby are the best on the island. My husband loved the place, my friend wanted to buy the place, her daughters in the back room weren't impressed and I thought there were great features and others that I would improve on.
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Date of stay: July 2018
US$154 - US$197 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Jacaranda Inn
Which popular attractions are close to Jacaranda Inn?
Nearby attractions include Parker Ranch (1.7 km), W.M. Keck Observatory (2.2 km), and Waimea Homestead Farmers Market (1.8 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Jacaranda Inn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free parking, meeting rooms, and a golf course.
Is parking available at Jacaranda Inn?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Jacaranda Inn?
Conveniently located restaurants include Hawaiian Style Cafe, Merriman's, and The Fish and The Hog.
Are there any historical sites close to Jacaranda Inn?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Anna Ranch Heritage Center (0.2 km) and Historic Spencer House (2.0 km).