Lova Lava Land Eco-Resort: Yurt & VW Bus Sleeping!
From $15 / night
|Per night:||$35 - $60|
|Per week:||$140 - $245|
Pets allowed: No
We offer a beautifully decorated yurt and several renovated Volkswagen camper buses as sleeping accommodations. For communal use is a bamboo and lava decorated compost toilet, an outdoor shower built out of lava rock from the premises, a gazebo-covered communal kitchen, and a lava rock grill with picnic table.
Take our self-guided walking tour of the property to learn about local flora, fauna, and how we have created comfortable off-the-grid systems. Relax in your private area on the property - each accommodation has its own area complete with either a hammock, picnic table, or swing. Whether you are looking for an adventure vacation in paradise, an education in eco-life, or a longer term place to explore the island from, we can promise this isn't just a place to stay - it's an experience!
DETAILS ON OUR ACCOMMODATIONS:
1. Pele's Paradise Yurt: $55/night with significant weekly & monthly discounts. This beautifully designed 'round house' offers a skylight, ocean views, a full sized bed, closet, bean bag chair, and much more! If you haven't tried sleeping in a yurt before, you'll never go back!
2. Volkswagen Camper Bus Sleeping: $35/night with significant weekly & monthly discounts. This is also a fun and comfortable experience for those that reminisce about the 60's, those that wish it were still the 60's, or those that are just curious and want a fun alternative to normal sleeping arrangements. We've rescued & renovated these buses - although they are NON-operational. Each bus has storage space and closets and is priced the same, although each has its own character and even name!
DETAILS ON AMENITIES:
Our philosophy is "roughing it smoothly." Expect something like camping but be pleasantly surprised when we offer MUCH MORE! For communal use is a compost tiolet, outdoor lava rock shower, communal kitchen with utensils/pots to borrow, lava rock grill, and gazebo-covered lounging area with couch and chairs.
We are located between the 77 and 78 mile marker off Highway 11, in the city of Ocean View on the Big Island of Hawaii. Turn towards the ocean on Prince Kuhio Blvd from the main Highway 11 (by the gas station). Make your first left on Bougainvillea then your first right on Kahili Blvd. Our driveway is the first on the right (red road - look for the 92-1237 address sign on the tree).
|Dec 01 2016||Jan 31 2017||$40||$40||$175||$600||-|
|Dec 01 2016||Jan 31 2017||$60||$60||$245||$900||-|
|Feb 01 2017||Nov 30 2017||$35||$35||$140||$450||-|
|Feb 01 2017||Nov 30 2017||$55||$55||$210||$750||-|
|Jun 15 2017||Nov 30 2017||$35||$35||$140||$450||-|
|Jun 15 2017||Nov 30 2017||$55||$55||$210||$750||-|
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|Check In: 2 p.m. Check Out: 12 p.m.|
|Lodging tax: 11.25%|
|Deposits: Full payment due at time of reservation.|
|Payment Options: American Express, Cashier's Check, Discover, Mastercard, Money Order, PayPal, Visa|
|Other Fees: PER STAY there is a cleaning/linen fee equivalent to 1 night's stay (which is $55 for the yurt and $35 for the buses). This is refundable only if you bring your own linens and clean before you leave (details provided on our website).|
Reviews for this vacation cabin rental in Kailua-Kona, Big Island, Hawaii
June 24, 2008
What an amazing find! I couldn't beleive that a place like this really exists. Cheap, beautiful, and super eco-friendly. Easy on your wallet, easy on the environment, and heavy on atmosphere. Solar-powered VW bus accomodations! Walk across a lunarscape lava field to a deserted beach that's out of a dream. To top it off, the owners are really great people who love to talk to people about Hawaii and their eco-efforts on the Big Island. Don't miss it!
June 23, 2008
I always have liked lava. It is so beautiful. This is the most beautiful lavalandscape in the world, I think. Together with the big, beautiful Ohia-threes it is just fantastic!
Sunshine and love
Seattle, WA USA
Sunshine and love
June 22, 2008
the most unique place I have ever stayed in! VW buses, solar power, greeeeen, black lava rock...the list goes on. A truly amazing place to base your Big Island adventures out of.