Kulaniapia est situé sur 22 hectares tropicaux luxuriants. Profitez de notre cascade de 120 pieds privée à seulement 15 minutes du centre-ville de Hilo. Profitez Kulaniapia Falls, ou vous promener le long du fleuve puissant Waiau au jardin de bambou et profiter d'un pavillon qui cantelevers sur la rivière avec vue sur nos cascades triples niveaux. Construit spécifiquement comme une auberge de campagne, notre invité profiter des entrées séparées pour les chambres, un coin salon confortable, d'un balcon privé donnant sur l'océan et notre chute et salle de bain privée entièrement finis en marbre Itallian. Notre tarif comprend un petit déjeuner complet avec des œufs cuits à la commande, des fruits tropicaux frais, pains, fromages, jus de fruits, et beaucoup de notre propre marque de café "Hilo Side".
Chambre standard avec un grand lit ou un lit de reine! Cette chambre dispose d'une salle de bains privative avec douche.
Prix par nuit: N/A
4,4 sur avril 15, 2014
One of THE most unique and beautiful places you'll ever stay. We took the Pikaki room on the top floor of the building closest to the falls. The view and sound of the 80' falls from our deck was an experience we'll never forget. Take time to walk the beautifully manicured grounds and the path down to the falls passing massive bamboo and colorful flowers. Bring your camera, photo ops are numerous. Be sure to wear clothes that you're ok with getting wet or spotted with an occasional mud splatter, including shoes, as parts can be a bit "damp". In fact, wear slippers that you can take off. Walking barefoot is more Hawaiian style anyway. Be sure to enjoy the wonderful homemade breakfast and Kona coffee served each morning. Choose from macadamia nut waffles (best ever), organic (almost orange yolks), multitude of fruit flavored breads, fresh fruits and juices.The local girl, whose name I can't remember, was so friendly and informative while she cooked our eggs to order. Cross the street and scrounge for some of the many macadamia nuts that have fallen onto the ground from the many acres of macadamia trees (beware of the many Orb spider webs). Pick up the ones that still have the green husk but are cracked open. Peel it off the husk by hand to reveal the hard (super hard), brown shell inside. Take them to the main house and use the cracker to open them to eat the raw nuts inside. You don't need any roasting or flavoring to enjoy it, in fact we now prefer it that way. Although our room seemed very small (no table or bathroom sink space and only a shower stall. We used the waist level closet to place things in and on), it is our only disappointment in any otherwise amazing experience. If you go to Hawaii, you should experience the best of Hawaii and this is one way to do it right.
4,6 sur avril 02, 2014
This location is just amazing! you see pictures of great locations and this just has to be one of them, but with a difference: this is not one of those huge plastic resort complexes with fake waterfalls - this is the genuine item. This is a three building inn, each on the rim of the gorge with a clear view of the very large falls (on the main creek running down to Hilo) from the south west side. The gorge around the falls, with a lining of tall palm trees, looks planned by a landscape architect, though we were assured that it is entirely natural. The inn is four miles up a private single-lane road that snakes through macadamia nut groves and banana plantations, with a hint of the remnants of past sugarcane glory; the drive itself is almost alone worth the trip; however arrive before dark, as it could be tricky otherwise. We were housed in the King Kamehameha suite in the main lodge (their best room as others in the main lodge do not have the same view). This had a great view of the falls from the high garden window, and there was a good view from the lanai, but sadly it was partially blocked by the roof over the large breakfast lanai, from which the view is spectacular. From this location you can also see the pool below the falls (with small waves when the falls are in spate), which is not fully visible from the other buildings. The room was quite spacious, with Japanese antique furniture, but the bed was a bit too soft for my liking. The location was perfectly silent except for the roar of the falls. There was a nice, bright, common lounge with TV and board games (which we did not use) with a good view towards the ocean as well as the falls. The breakfast on the large breakfast-lanai overlooking the falls was good with cheese omelet, waffles and fruit, but not the best of the big island B&Bs at which we stayed. There is a pleasant manicured trail down to the creek below the falls. This overall was one of our most memorable B&Bs: highly recommended.
4,6 sur mars 08, 2014
We really enjoyed the laid back feeling of the inn. It is settled in a beautiful location, with the sound of the waterfall and the birds softly singing in the background. Everything was kept nice, clean, and organized, and breakfast was delicious. We walked through the bamboo gardens as well as swam in the pond at the bottom of the waterfall. We will definately be staying here again the next time we come to the big island.
4,6 sur février 27, 2014
We arrived long after dark, and we needed all the trust we could muster to follow four miles of dark, rough, back country roads to the Inn. The emailed directions were perfect, though, and the road signs and the GPS agreed in directing us straight to the house where we stayed. In the morning, though, the view of the waterfall was stunning and the grounds were delightful. We enjoyed the breakfast every day:the inn serves locally grown and custom-roasted coffee, which I liked better than that from the famous coast at the other end of the island. Their macadamia nut-laden Belgian waffles are made to order, as are custom omelets. The fruit for breakfast was fresh, ripe and plentiful. The waterfall was beautifully visible from our lanai, and its murmur put us to sleep each night. In the opposite direction, the lights of Hilo twinkled in the evening. Each morning, our innkeeper helped us with the insider's opinions about things to see and do; her advice was knowledgeable and her enthusiasm was infectious. On the other hand, the rooms we had were quite small, and could have benefited from better-engineered storage. There is no desk in the room and only space for one suitcase rack. Common space is friendly and comfortable, with an open computer on a spacious desk, and widely available free WiFi. We stayed one night at one of those mega-resorts, but they do not have the personality, genial good humor, and off-track beauty which this Inn provides in generous measure to all of its guests.
4,6 sur février 24, 2014
Just enjoyed our second stay here and we love it! A true haven with sights and sounds that we hope to return to again. Thank you Len for making us feel so at home!
Hilo, Hawaii (Big) Island, HI (ITO) 10 miles
Itinéraire De l'aéroport de Hilo - Tourner à droite au premier feu de circulation après avoir quitté l'aéroport (autoroute 11). Tournez à gauche au prochain feu de circulation (kamehameha Ave). Continuez à travers le centre-ville à la dernière lumière de la circulation (Wainuenue) et tournez à gauche. Allez un bloc et tourner à droite à la prochaine rue (Keawe). Traversez le pont et tourner à gauche (Ohai). Continuer un bloc à l'arrêt. De ce point, il est de quatre miles à l'auberge. Après l'arrêt de continuer à 1 mile de la prochaine route goudronnée et prendre à gauche (Maikalani). Continuer sur Maikalani 1 mile le signe Kulaniapia. A ce stade, la route monte au milieu de 2000 hectares d'arbres de noix de macadamia. Suivez la signalisation à l'auberge. Il n'y a pas d'éclairage public de l'arrêt à l'auberge (4 miles), si cela est possible, il serait préférable d'arriver pendant les heures de lumière du jour sur votre première visite. De Hamakua (autoroute 19) - Sortie dans Hilo à l'enseigne. Vous serez sur Wainuenue. Allez un bloc à Keawe et tournez à droite. Suivre les indications ci-dessus à l'auberge.
Antiquaires , Galeries d'art, Plage, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Cinéma , Musée, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Océan, jardins botaniques de classe mondiale, Boutiques, Théâtre, Zone de pic-nic, Services religieux, Ruines, Vignoble, Entreprise vinicole, Zoo, Sentiers de randonnée , sentiers de randonnée le long de la rivière, travail mac - écrou ferme, jardin de bambous et 3 autres cascades, nager dans l'étang ci-dessous notre pi cascade 120, Excursion, Natation
Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn, Working Ranch
Barbecue grill, Lecteur CD, Ordinateur, Copieur, Lecteur DVD, Internet dans la chambre, Fax, Cheminée, Jacuzzi, Internet, Bibliothèque, Piano, Réception chaînes satellite, TV, Téléphone, Magnétoscope, Equipé pour les mariages, Espace bar
Réveil, Bureau, Entrée indépendante, Radio, Wi-Fi
Sentiers de randonnée , sentiers de randonnée le long de la rivière, travail mac - écrou ferme, jardin de bambous et 3 autres cascades, nager dans l'étang ci-dessous notre pi cascade 120, Excursion, Natation