Pineapple House

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14-610 Kapoho Circle Hawaii's Big Island PahoaSee nearby area

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Come and stay at the Beautiful Pineapple House, nestled in the tropical forest on the south-east side of the Big Island of Hawaii.

Our house is surrounded by lush foliage, a pineapple garden, wild orchids, and coconut palms. Wake up in the morning to a symphony of wild birds and live aloha and enjoy the tropical pleasures this paradise offers.

We have two bedrooms with a loft (four beds in total) and one bathroom, all featuring beautiful custom wood construction. Camping is also available at $10 per person - we have a six-person tent available. Rooms include free linens.

Our amenities include a full-service kitchen with utensils, stove and refrigerator, gorgeous granite counters and bar, free broadband Wi-Fi, BBQ, printing services and unlimited local and long-distance calls throughout the US, Canada and Puerto Rico for free!

Our Fluff & Fold laundry service is available upon request for a small charge.

We're located five minutes from the cool and funky historical town of Pahoa where you can enjoy surfing and outdoor tours (conducted by Gran Ventures), catered parties (with Gran Ventures), shopping, Sunday morning farmer's market, a free Olympic-size community pool (a very well-kept facility that we recommend and frequent) and the Island Naturals Market and Deli - a great organic health food store with the finest organic produce. Ask us about the special offers and discounts we've negotiated for our guests for fine dining and deep-sea fishing!

We're located 10 minutes from Pohoiki (with a boat launch and surfing), the geothermal hot ponds, world-class snorkelling and the black sand beach of Kehena. Please ask us about our private tours to the world-renowned destination spots on the island.

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