Tombez sous le charme de ce chalet enchanteur et découvrir le charme intemporel d'un bungalow tour-de-la-siècle situé au cœur de Volcano Village sur la grande île d'Hawaï et à un mile du parc national des volcans d'Hawaï. Un décor de jardin botanique sur deux hectares et demi. Faire tremper dans le bain à remous dans un magnifique pavillon de style Craftsman entouré par la solitude mystique d'un jardin de la forêt tropicale. Bill et Antoinette Bullough ont restauré avec amour un des plus anciens "plantation de style« maisons de village. Son don pour l'art et sa passion pour le thé de l'après-midi se sont combinés pour créer un lieu spécial pour la romance, de détente et de renouvellement. Faire la théière de votre propre monde privé.
5 sur mars 24, 2014
We spent three wonderful days at the Volcano Teapot cottage at the beginning of March 2014. The cottage managed to exceed our expectations and was definitely a highlight of our trip to the Hawaiian islands. The cottage is furnished to a high standard - the claw bath and hot tub being delightful places to relax. Bill and Antoinette are great hosts and their attention to detail was first class. We will definitely stay again and would urge others to stay at this wonderful cottage.
5 sur mars 08, 2014
The Volcano Tea Pot Cottage was the best B&B/Vacation rental we stayed at on the Big Island. It was PERFECT. Charming cottage that is clean and private, you truly feel like you are staying all alone in the beautiful rain forrest. It had everything we needed for our stay including a washer and dryer, which since our stay there landed in the middle of our three week vacation was great. We spent all day hiking Volcanoes National Park and the cottage was just 5 minutes away! Our hosts were friendly and had great information to share about the area and activities going on (including some helpful information about going to the National Park at night and viewing the Volcano). The cottage was not your 'typical' B&B where they make you food, but Bill and Antoinette stock a Kitchen full of fresh fruit, yogurt, delicious macadamia nut granola, eggs, sausage, coffee, tea (of course) and pastries. They even brought over quiches one night, which we ate the next morning (delicious). Off to the side of the cottage they have their private outdoor hot tub, which is not complicated to use and practically necessary after all the hiking! I think what we liked best about the cottage was that when you stay there you are truly on your own schedule, no breakfast only served 8-11, no other guests to worry about disturbing, come and go as you please. It felt like we had moved to Hawaii for our three day stay, we would definitely stay here again and we wished we could have stayed longer!
5 sur février 03, 2014
As a bit of a picky person and a past interior designer, I am not always easy to please. But our stay at the Volcano Teapot Cottage could not have been better. We stayed 4 nights and i could have stayed a week, just to enjoy the cottage and grounds. Normally stays at B &Bs are rated on one's hosts and the breakfast first, comfort and beauty of spot second. As staying at the teapot is essentially renting a house which includes breakfast, we did not get to visit long with our host, but the short time we were with him, we found him to be cheerful, friendly and extremely helpful in planning our visit to the volcano and getting around in general. The cottage itself is all about cottage charm at it's best, well decorated, no froo froo interiors here, carefully chosen wall art and details. The breakfasts, dropped off each day, are wonderful fruits, pastries and/or quiche and the fridge is fully stocked with fresh eggs, cream milk or soymilk, juices, frozen bagels, yogurt, cereals etc. - everything that one could want. These are people who pay attention to detail in every way, with top appliances, W/D included, and every kind of coffee or tea at your fingertips. They have a large DVD collection, new movies included. I could go on and on. I haven't even mentioned the outside - 2 1/2 acres I believe - which is a complex of charming paths, wonderful tropical landscaping and a hot tub in it's own large outdoor cabana. But Bill and Antoinette get the "above and beyond" award of the year as they went out of their way to accommodate an unusual request that I made, going all the way into Hilo and back that night. This lovely couple aims to please and they come through 101%. I hope one day to return and will recommend this cottage to anyone visiting the volcano or the island.
5 sur décembre 09, 2013
My friend and I recently stayed there for two nights. Without a doubt, this is THE nicest place I have ever stayed, including some five-star hotels in the United States and around the world. The Volcano Teapot Cottage was immaculately clean and well-cared for. There are two bedrooms: the main bedroom had a four-poster queen-sized bed, and the second bedroom had two twins. All three of the beds were equipped with electric mattress pads that heated the beds. The little kitchen was fully equipped with a large selection of teas and coffee, and more food choices than I would eve have imagined. The bathroom was beautifully appointed with a claw-foot tub and European hand shower, as well as a large granite or marble shower, and a heated towel rack! Now to the hosts. Bill Bullough stopped by -- he and his wife live very close -- to tell us about restaurants in the area, to explain and suggest some of the "must see" attractions in Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park, and to just check to see that all was well. I had told Bill, via email, ahead of time that my friend traveling with me was diabetic. Bill and his wife, Antoinette therefore made sure to stock some extra yogurt for my friend. And we told Bill that we would have to leave very early on our day of departure. On our second and sadly, last night, Bill and Antoinette stopped in to bring us two home-made individual quiches so that we could have a substantial breakfast before leaving the next morning at 6:30 AM to get to the airport. I was truly blown away by this incredibly thoughtful gesture. I simply cannot say enough nice, superlative things about the Volcano Teapot Cottage. It is a real find, and certainly up to the top ratings it gets. Thanks, Bill and Antoinette, for providing this little piece of paradise that you've obviously cared for with lots of love.
5 sur novembre 29, 2013
We stay 3 wonderful nights at the Teapot Cottage in mid November. Everything imaginable was there for your use. The decor and amenities were perfect. The choice of breakfast foods for you to make yourself was outstanding. I will be recommending this place to my friends!
Golf, Parc national, A la campagne, Île, A la montagne, Ranch, Tropical, Village, Région viticole
Hilo, Hawaii (Big) Island, HI (ITO) 27 miles
Chasser de l'aéroport à la première intersection. Tourner à gauche sur Kanoelehua Ave. et suivre l'autoroute 11 signes Volcano.
Antiquaires , Aquarium , Galeries d'art, Plage, Lieu de concert, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Concerts, Cinéma , Musée, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Océan, Golf, Plongée en apnée, Kayak, Équitation, Pêche, Boutiques, Théâtre, Zone de pic-nic, Services religieux, Rodéo, Ruines, Vignoble, Entreprise vinicole, Zoo, Pistes cyclables, Observation d'oiseau, Base nautique, Canoë, Pêche, Golf, Sentiers de randonnée , Promenade à cheval, Canoë-Kayak, Pistes de VTT , Bowling, Voile, Shopping, Excursion, Natation, Piscine, Ping-pong, Terrain de tennis, Jeux d'arcade, Sports d'eau, Rafting en eau vive
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Cottage
Panier d'agréments, Barbecue grill, Peignoirs, Jeux de société, Lecteur CD, Bureau, Cheminée, Jacuzzi, Bibliothèque, Entrée indépendante, Radio, Réception chaînes satellite, TV, Jeux vidéo, Téléphone, Magnétoscope, Films, Machine à laver/sèche-linge , croquet, purificateur d'eau, purificateur d'air
Réveil, Cafetière/Bouilloire, Réfrigérateur , Sèche-cheveux, Planche à repasser, Micro-ondes
Pistes cyclables, Observation d'oiseau, Base nautique, Canoë, Pêche, Golf, Sentiers de randonnée , Promenade à cheval, Canoë-Kayak, Pistes de VTT , Bowling, Voile, Shopping, Excursion, Natation, Piscine, Ping-pong, Terrain de tennis, Jeux d'arcade, Sports d'eau, Rafting en eau vive
William & Antoinette Bullough
Le projet de loi est un ébéniste de métier dont le travail est aussi son hobby. Il est toujours construit que ce soit pour les clients ou la restauration de bâtiments anciens. Antoinette est une infirmière de profession, mais sa vraie passion est le thé de l'après-midi. Lorsque le chalet n'est pas rempli de visiteurs, elle prend l'occasion d'offrir des parties et des classes thé.