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House & Second Master
(sleeps 1-13)

Per night $395
Per week $2,600
Per month $8,900
Please Note: Minimum Stay of 5 Nights.
Check in: 2:00 pm --- Check out: 12:00 pm
Please note: There are no cleaning or hidden fees.

Amazing Retreat

Hiking in the Cloud Forest

“I could fill up a page with how much we loved this house, but I will suffice to say that we could not have enjoyed our time more. The only challenge we had was the fact that the internet data is limited because it is up the mountain from town and the cable companies have not made it there yet. This is not in any way a knock on the house or homeowners, just something to prepare for if your internet needs are high. The owner was very apologetic about this, but needlessly so in my opinion, because our stay was so wonderful. 

The owners could not have been more supportive. It was clean, extremely well-maintained, and its location is perfect. It's much cooler than down in town, so you can drive to the beach 20 minutes away and be in the heat, then retreat to the cool of the forest high on the mountain. 

I can't recommend this house enough. I wouldn't be leaving this review because I want the place to myself when I come to Kona, but I wanted to speak the praises of how this operation was run. “ (Ogden, UT)

 

Wow!

I love the lanai

"My family (7) had the pleasure of staying at Kona Mt. home for 13 nights. The pictures don't do it justice. The view from the lanai is so peaceful with lush beautiful trees, plants, a few goats, a ram, some chickens and the birds are singing all day long. The house was clean, comfortable and the lay out is perfect. Each bedroom is separate and private and all beds were deemed very comfortable. We had the pleasure of using the cottage also and it was perfect for two in our party. We traveled from San Francisco with my 85 yr old father who is 3rd generation from Hilo. The house was laid out perfect for him as well. Easy entry into the house and no stairs to worry about. He had a great time. 
We decided to stay on the Kona side as we were scared off by the rain in Hilo. The drive to Hilo was a really nice ride with a stop at the volcano and waterfalls on the way. 
The house had everything you need for a great stay. Towels, snorkeling equipment, water shoes and boards were a great addition to have available. We cooked a lot at the house but also enjoyed some really good restaurants in the area. Fish Hopper, Huggos, Lulu's and Big Hawaiian Grill. We had a special occasion to celebrate and went to the Four Seasons for dinner. It was a really nice meal and the view and sunset were amazing. The Luau at the Royal Kona resort was good. Touristy, but the food was good and the entertainment was enjoyable. 
My cousin who lives in Kona sent us the magazine, 101 Things to do on the Big Island. It had a lot of great suggestions for things to do in the area. 
One of the highlights of the trip was the ride to Panalu'u Black sand beach in Naalehu. It was about 2 hrs North on the road to Hilo. It was so beautiful and worth the drive. Turtles swimming all over the shallow swimming areas. 
So if you are skeptical about staying up the road in the Cloud Forest, be assured this is the best part about the house. When it was 90 degrees in town we always knew we had a short ride up Palani road to a cool, comfortable house. My dad appreciated this. 
The care taker,Gudren was helpful and gave us great suggestions for spots of interest. She was there in case we had any problems with the house but we didn't have to call her for anything. The owners were easy to deal with and the payment schedule was convenient as well. I have recommended this place to friends who frequent Kona. It is great for family vacations. Will definitely stay again. ALOHA"  (San Mateo, CA)

 

Great for a Group

Snorkeling the Reef

"The home, cottage and grounds were incredible. The booking process and communication with the owner was easy and smooth. Standard home and kitchen items were available and in good condition.


The location up in the Cloud Forest was calm and quiet -- but easy enough to get down to the coast / town. Around the property there's Mountain Thunder Coffee and some hiking trails. I'd recommend both. There's plenty of beaches, hiking, star gazing, food, and shopping without having to travel very far.
 

We all loved our stay and if we can find the time -- we'll be back!"  (San Francisco, CA)

 

Peace and Quiet

Peace and Quiet

"We enjoyed the cool evenings high in the clouds and the warmth of a cozy fireplace to take any morning chill off. 
The owners have put a lot of thought into making your stay much like home from the very comfortable beds with cozy feather duvets to a well equipped kitchen. Water equipment from kayaks to noodles are provided for your enjoyment. A small but well equipped gym on the lower lever is great for a short work out followed by a soak in the hot tub. If something is missing - just ask and if possible the owners or property manager will do their best to provide it. KMH is quite central to Old Kona or a drive up to Waimea, Waikaloa and even Hilo. The owners readily share with you their favorite places on the Island for snorkeling, best beach and points of interest and invite you to share with them spots you've particularly enjoyed to pass on to future guests. For a home away from home we highly recommend Kona Mountain House. We also stayed in the Ohana, not as comfortable as the main house as it's more rustic and ideal for a short stay. The Ohana is well outfitted and again if you need something not provided all you have to do is ask and if reasonable and possible it will be provided. Laura and her husband do care very much for the well being and comfort of their guests and we would definately recommend KMH for your stay on the Big Island of Hawaii."  (BC, Canada)