Swim and sunbathe in privacy, enjoying the 70' pool, gardens, and lily ponds. The terrace faces sunsets and Kailua Bay, providing the ideal setting for candlelight dinners. The translucent roof and walls of stained glass allow filtered sunlight throughout. The detached master suite features a private walled garden. A covered outdoor walkway leading to the master bedroom structure is flanked by lily ponds and the turquoise pool overlooking the sea.
With grounds of nearly an acre, five minutes from town or beach, this is the perfect base camp for exploring the Big Island.
• Master Bedroom - 1 King, Detached master suite has meditation garden
Lilypond Bedroom - 1 Double, 2 smaller bedrooms share a bath between
Mauka Bedroom - 1 Double
• HGTV selected this as one of the World's 'Most Romantic Bedrooms.' A covered outdoor walkway leads past the lily pond and swimming pool to the separate master bedroom structure. A separate walled meditation garden leads off the master bedroom suite. Two smaller bedrooms, with a bath between them, are in the main structure
The estate offers privacy for swimming and sunbathing. You enter the detached master suite through a covered walkway traversing between the fragrant lily pond and the 70 foot swimming pool, overlooking the coastline. This is an excellent place to view the sunset, practice yoga, or slip into the water
On the Big Island:
* Night dive with manta rays
* Swim respectfully with wild dolphins
* Zipline through the treetops
* Explore Native Hawaiian sacred sites
* Learn about Tropical Permaculture
* View telescopes at Mauna Kea observatory
* Fly above the erupting volcano
The Onion House is not suitable for families with young children or for those who have difficulty with steps, due to safety considerations that are inherent in its design.
Sensuous tropical living in harmony with the natural environment.
Privacy in which to swim and enjoy pool, lilyponds and gardens.
Expansive view of the coastline facing Kona's famed "green flash" sunsets.
Perfect "sarong" weather at 500' elevation.
Terrace overlooking the Pacific provides the ultimate setting for candlelit dinners.
Five minutes from town or beach, yet worlds away.
A treasure of "Organic Architecture," with unique visual aesthetics.
(5 night minimum)
$295/day; $1995/week- June 1 to Aug 31
$330/day; $2250/week- April 1- May 31 and Sept 1-December 14
$360/day; $2450/week- Dec 15- March 31
Additional charges include the tax of 13.42% and cleaning fee of $350. A refundable reservation/security deposit of $500 is needed to hold the reservation, with the balance due 90 days before arrival. The cleaning fee covers cleaning after you check-out. Additional maid service may be arranged during your stay.
|Address: Big Island,Hawaii|
|Latitude/Longitude: 19.6406 / -155.996|
|Nearest airport||KOA- Keahole-Kona Airport||10 miles|
|Nearest beach||Magic Sands, Kahaluu Beach Park||2 miles|
|Nearest restaurant||La Bourgoyne||1 miles|
A mini-continent offering a taste of almost every climate on the planet, the Big Island of Hawaii is known for fountaining volcanoes, emerald cliffs, cascading waterfalls, and year-round sunny, warm beaches. Some of the best telescopes in the world are located on the snowy peak of Mauna Loa, while the reefs offer snorkeling, diving, whale-watching, and surfing in abundance. One of the most famous places in the world for swimming with wild dolphins, Kealakekua Bay and the City of Refuge offer a delightful introduction to the underwater realm. (Be respectful; let dolphins approach you if they want to interact.) The night dive with manta rays is one of the world's top-rated dives.
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