Nouvellement construit, l'architecte conçu maison pont de bois et de verre niché dans une forêt magique de géants arborescence de fougères et orchidées sauvages. Le luxe et le confort que vous attendez à un hôtel de villégiature, mais plus comme une location de vacances privé. Forest hot tub et cheminées. Chambres stockés avec des éléments de petit déjeuner pour profiter à vos loisirs et les schedule.Only un mille à l'entrée de Hawaï Parc National des volcans et près d'une plage de sable noire célèbre.
4,0 sur décembre 17, 2014
We loved our stay At The Crater's Edge. We had a beautiful room looking into a picture-perfect rain forest and were treated to the sounds if rain on the roof each morning. The room had a fireplace and a great selection of breakfast and snacking items. We enjoyed a good soak in the outdoor jacuzzi after our hike into the caldera. I look forward to my next visit to The Big Island and would definitely like to stay here again.
5 sur juillet 27, 2014
Very lovely B&B and beautiful room. Enjoyed the hot tub too!
4,4 sur juin 21, 2014
We stayed "At The Craters Edge" as the first part of our wedding trip. The room, the service and grounds were just wonderful. The welcome banana bread, the stocked (and free) snacks and fruits were unexpected and delicious. Our hosts were totally unobtrusive, but there if we had questions! Even though we had misty rain for our two days, between the lodging and the volcanos, we didn't notice! We unreservedly recommend "At The Craters Edge"!
3,2 sur octobre 17, 2013
Great room but no breakfast.
5 sur octobre 14, 2013
Only complaint, I travel with a fan so I did not need one and probably most people don't but if you are a freak like me, need one. Also, hot tub a little hot. But loved it so much!!!!
4,4 sur octobre 07, 2013
My husband and I stayed here while touring Volcano National Park. The location is excellent - less than a 10 minute drive to the park entrance. The room was lovely - it had basically two walls of windows overlooking the trees on one side and the heavily forested front of the property on the other side. It felt like we were practically outside. The 4 poster bed was huge and very comfortable. The bathroom was beautiful - I wish I had had enough time to soak in the huge tub. The neighborhood is very quiet, as it's one of the last streets in Volcano. So although our room was in the front of the house and the front wall faced the street through quite a few trees, it really wasn't an issue for me (they have a similar room in the back if that bothers you, though). Folks should be aware that the caretakers (who were very nice and provided great advice on what to see when you checked in) don't serve you breakfast. But they leave some very yummy banana bread in the room, along with coffee, tea. milk, a variety of cereals, and a number of drinks. There's even some breakfast bars, chips, and some "emergency" ramen bowls. As there is a fridge if you want something else you should get it at the small local store. So although you aren't served breakfast, you get lots of privacy, and you can eat on your own schedule. There's also a hot tub out back, robes to wear to and from, and extra towels for the hot tub. All in all, it was wonderful from my perspective. Folks wanting more of a "front desk" presence at all times and a hot breakfast served may want to look elsewhere.
4,6 sur juillet 01, 2013
My husband and I had the opportunity to stay at the Crater's Edge 6/19/13 - 6/21/13 in the Haiku Garden Room. The room itself was outstanding. The design made you feel like you were perched in the tree's. The huge windows and doors facing the garden was unbelievable. The bed was ultra comfortable and the bathroom had a very comfortable tub and a very interesting sink. Jay was very friendly and welcoming, and had treats of freshly baked bread and chocolates, along with milk, juice, tea, coffee waiting for us. The room was very clean and we appreciated the big bowl of local fruit and ate almost all of it. Out of all the locations I stayed this by far was my favorite. I would like to return to explore more of the area. Directions very easy to follow and location easy to find. I loved the beauty of the room especially the ceiling. Thanks for a great stay will recommend to my friends and hope to return soon. Enjoyed spending our 45TH Anniversary there. Went to Hilo for most of our meals, local places are not open late. Barb Pashup Chicago, Il
3,8 sur août 16, 2012
When I did the booking for the "Craters Edge" over 7 months ago, I was a bit sceptical about what the place would actually be, but it fully met our expectations! A wonderful room in a very special place, amidst a small rainforest. A lovely place. But as the location is in a rainforest, be prepared for rain at least once per day. It took a bit to get used to the quite noisy rain-drops music on the tin-roof, especially at night when you want to sleep. But you get used to the sounds of nature quickly. The lodging is simply fabulous, the parking lot is not, unfortunately. Simply too small. But this is only a minor flaw. The houskeepers are very friendly and helpful. The owner, Melanie, was aslo very helpful in booking a wonderful heli flight. The close vicinity to the Kilauea volcano makes the "Craters Edge" a perfect location for holidays in the area. You'll love it, if you love nature and a fine living room. But be prepared to make your bed yourself, and cater for yourself. This is a self-service B&B, with allmost all ingredients provided, but you need to prepare all yourself. We spent 3 days of our 29th wedding anniversary Hawaii tour here. I would come back again and I am happy to recommend the lodging.
4,8 sur avril 18, 2012
Beautiful room, surrounded by gorgeous vegetation. Meticulously thought out details. Heated bath floor, stocked rooms of snacks, drinks, breakfast, nice shampoos/conditioners. Lovely warm fireplace. Beautiful comfy bed. Very nice hot tub & sauna. Very good restaurants very close to B&B. Fabulous, would recommend to others.
Réponse du propriétaire
Mahalo for posting your experience and thanks for choosing Craters Edge.
5 sur janvier 25, 2011
When I found this B&B's website, I knew this is where I wanted to stay for the last few nights of our honeymoon. It is a beautiful location in a quiet residential neighborhood. The room was perfect for us and beautifully appointed. I loved the rainforest setting (though my husband wasn't happy that it was raining that much...in Hawaii. LOL) Luxurious and comfortable. We were prepared for the continental breakfast provided to us after reading about Hawaii's regulations for B&Bs. And the innkeeper was not intrusive, and I don't remember a dog being on the premises, as noted by another review. We haven't figured out when we'll go back to Hawaii yet, but when we do, we'll stay here again!
The Haiku Garden is a romantic, private studio with intimate forest views, massive timbers, with an elegantly appointed King Canopy bed. A cozy fireplace warms the chill mountain air. The room is stocked with a tropical fruit bowl and other snacks as well as coffee and teas and an espresso maker. Enjoy the spa bathroom with deep Jacuzzi soaking tub with stone seperate shower and vessel sink. Your comfy bed is layered with Tommy Bahama tropical duvets & fine Italian linens . Inside the canopy are exceptional reading lamps ...get lost in your tropical palace. Additional amenities include: WIFI internet access Flat screen cable TV I-Pod alarm clock Thick bathrobes In-room Jacuzzi bathtub Separate stone shower Hairdryer and make up mirror
The "Nahelelani" means "Heavenly Forest " in Hawaiian and the forest views from the walls of glass windows in this comfy studio. Your wrap around deck are indeed heavenly. Tastefully furnished with Chinese antiques and a contemporary hand carved Leaf canopy bed, Nahelelani fuses East and West. A cozy fireplace for chilly Volcano nights , an espresso and coffee maker, tropical fruit bowl and snacks. The elgant bath boasts a seperate jacuzzi tub and shower plus an unusual teak vessel sink. Enjoy cable TV, WIFI, and some Hawaiian music CDs, and a colelction of local books and magazines.
Volcan, A la montagne
Hilo, Hawaii (Big) Island, HI (ITO)
De route 11 25 milles marqueur tourner sur l'avenue de Jade. Maison Saint premier droit sur 12 sur le côté droit du 12e. Lecteur circulaire.
Galeries d'art, Plage, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Concerts, Musée, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Plage de sable noir/Turtle refuge, Zone de pic-nic, Services religieux, Ruines, Entreprise vinicole
Private Home Bed and Breakfast
Barbecue grill , Sauna infrarouge
Réveil, Panier d'agréments, Peignoirs, Lecteur CD, Cafetière/Bouilloire, Cheminée, Réfrigérateur , Sèche-cheveux, Jacuzzi, Internet, Bibliothèque, Micro-ondes, Entrée indépendante, Réception chaînes satellite, TV, Téléphone, Films, Wi-Fi
Sentiers de randonnée , Active Volcano, Active Volcano, Active Volcano, Excursion
Chats , Chiens
Melanie est un acheteur de diamant ancien qui a parcouru le monde, un chocolatier qualifié et tropicaux Master Gardener. Elle vit à temps partiel à l'arête Craters avec ses adorables rapporteurs golden Aja.