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Reviewed 21 January 2014

Where do I start…. even without the personal touch of Kaye and her family, I maintain a 5 star. I stayed with my 2 daughters for 2 months, its was very difficult to leave. I'll start with the rental. A beautifully restored, 2 bedroom basement suite equipped with many extras - it already feels like home right when you walk...

Thank tammy101
Rochester, NY
Reviewed 19 June 2013

We had a truly wonderful experience at Keolamauloa. We were lucky enough to stay for 10 days and used the farm as both a peaceful retreat and as a base for excursions all over the island. Kaye, her family, and the family pets all made us feel very welcome and at home - we wish we could have spent more...

3Thank scone1983
Reviewed 27 September 2012

My husband and I have taken several vacations in Hawaii and have stayed in many different places, from huge beachfront hotels to small cottages in rural areas. Our stay at Keolamauloa last week was by far the best place we've ever stayed. As described below, this is due to both the incredible accommodations and the even more incredible family (Kaye,...

Thank bamalia
Calgary, Canada
Reviewed 2 August 2012

If you want to get away from the commercial touristic experience of Hawaii this is the place to stay at. The small organic farm is own an operated by Kaye Lundburg and her daughter Sally and son in-law Keith. Kaye and her family members are extremely kind and welcoming. They also have a wealth of knowledge of the history and...

Thank Jean-Rene_1967
Milton, Georgia
Reviewed 16 July 2012

Our family of 6 stayed here 8 nights after spending 1 week at the Hilton Waikoloa and everyone agreed that it was the highlight of our trip. The area, in our opinion, is the most beautiful part of Hawaii with the waterfalls, Waipio valley, and the lush landscape. Staying at the farmhouse was a special and unique experience for our...

1Thank Heidi504
Brooklyn, New York
Reviewed 27 June 2012

If you are traveling to the Hamakua Coast, or going to check out the awe-inspiring Waipio Valley, be sure to stay at Keolamaulao farmstay. From first being greeted by the owner Kaye with a delicious basket of homegrown vegetables from her organic farm, to the wooden soaking tub with views of the grounds with the Pacific in the distance, to...

Thank Daniel G
silicon valley
Reviewed 26 April 2012

This was the most relaxing place I have ever been in my life. A beautiful small working farm (5 acres) with gardens, a small pond, chickens, and a pig. The owner rents out the first floor of her house as a guest house. You get two bedrooms, bath, kitchen, living room, laundry, and outdoor hot tub. I can't say enough...

Thank Ed F
Reviewed 15 March 2012

A group of family and friends traveled from Osaka, Japan to stay at Keolamauloa for 8 nights. We arrived first as two mamas with our 1 1/2 year old toddlers, and then were joined by one of our husbands. There was plenty of room for all of us to sleep very comfortably. Kaye even provided a crib, as requested, for...

1Thank HelenofOsaka
New York City, New York
Reviewed 27 June 2011

I just want to warn people about this staggering waste of money. The "farmstead" is actually a front consisting of 1 pig, 2 goats, some chickens, and some rabbits, all spanning an area of about 100 square meters. What is actually bred here in abundance are fleas, ticks, and chiggers, which we encountered plenty of, in this "journey back to...

1Thank nickyfroobs
Oakland, California
Reviewed 15 March 2011

My husband and I spent 3 nights here at the end of a wonderful 10 days on the Big Island. After staying in a condo, then a rental house , Keolamauloa felt just right for exploring the Waipio Valley and eastern side of the island. Kaye greeted us and showed us around the apartment. It's important to note that the...

1Thank berester

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Address: 31-14 Pauuilo Mauka Rd., PO Box 484, Paauilo, Island of Hawaii, HI 96776
Region: United States > Hawaii > Island of Hawaii > Paauilo
Number of rooms: 3
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“Kaye provides a basket of fresh produce, but you should shop for things like milk and cereal, plus dinner items before you arrive. There are a couple of great grocery stores in town. I recommend the local grass-fed beef.”
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