I'm writing to you from the beautiful island of Hawaii. Did you know the state of Hawaii exists of 137 islands?! The biggest, and youngest one of them is called Big Island and is bigger than all of the other islands combined. What is in a name right.
I am sad to say that this is our last week in Hawaii. We are currently staying at The Palms Cliff House Inn, after 5 nights staying at our first ever Airbnb. More about this in my next post!
But before the Airbnb, we were invited to stay the night at a new B&B called Hale 'Ohu, the second B&B we have visited on this island. The first one was Ala Kai B&B, which was also our first accommodation on the Big Island.
Ala Kai B&B
This B&B is completely the opposite of Ala Kai B&B! Where as Ala Kai is more of a traditional B&B with just 3 rooms inside the main house, Hale 'Ohu is the perfect mix between the comfyness, the privacy of an cottage, and the service of an B&B.
Hale 'Ohu B&B
When you walk up to your private entrance you immediately notice that the B&B is very up to date.
Instead of using the traditional key or keycard to open your door, there is a number-pad where you enter your Room-pincode.
All the rooms have been remodelled a couple of months ago.
There is a state of the art rain shower,
the beds are nice and firm, but not too firm, on the big TV you can access your Netflix account and watch movies.
And in the small kitchenette there is a nice breakfast ready for you consisting of home made banana bread and fresh fruit.
The owners try to diversify the breakfast so you don't have more of the same every morning!
This is gives you the feeling that you are more than just a customer. Nicole & Gabrielle think about your every need.
The B&B was bought by Nicole and Gabrielle in 2016, and opened in 2017 after renovating the B&B. The sisters travelled the world and picked the best bits and pieces form their many different destinations. They wanted to provide a luxurious, comfortable room for you to return to after a day of hiking or sight seeing in the national volcanoes park. The park is so close to the accommodation, it almost feels like it is in the prolonging of the estate. I must say, they have succeeded. This is such a peaceful place, completely in contrast with the volcano, down the road.
Do you want to stay at this amazing, modern B&B in the middle of the rainforest, only 5 minutes away from the active volcano in Volcanoes National Park?
If you book 30 days in advance for a minimum stay of 2 nights you get 20% discount!
Or, if you want to read more reviews of previous visitors, and want to save for an extra 10% on your next stay you can click here.