Our luxurious Hawi Plantation House was built over a century ago during the heyday of the sugar plantation era. Recently restored and renovated to capture its historic splendor, while providing all the modern comforts. Our spacious and well appointed rooms provide maximum comfort for your relaxation and tranquility, cradled in the lush magic of Hawaii. Surrounded with windows open to gorgeous views of the tropical yard. The Hawi Plantation House is a two story home that has 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, large living rooms, fireplaces, and dinning room for morning breakfast. Along with a 44 x 22 foot salt water Pool, Work out Facility, Game room (Pool table and Foosball)for your enjoyment. The center of Hawi town is a short walk away, and offers shops, galleries and island known restaurants such as Bamboo and Sushi Rock along with plenty of old Hawaii charm. Have a Wedding, host a large Party or have a Family Reunion here. Your host lives on site and is available to assist with anything you may need.
The Ke'ena nui room is a luxurious and grand master bedroom with a king size bed, sumptuous linens, a claw foot soaking and lovely garden view.
The Luna room is warm and inviting, with a queen bed, oversized window, natural lighting and garden scenery. Located upstairs.
The two lovely upstairs rooms are reserved together and share a bathroom.
This private room is set off the main lanai with its own private entrance. Surrounded by solid wood carpentry. Located downstairs.
Small town, Tropical
Hilo, Hawaii (Big) Island, HI (ITO)
Beach, Historical interests
Historic Inn, Bed and Breakfast, Private Home Bed and Breakfast
Fireplace, Wedding Facilities, Wi-Fi
CD player, DVD Player, In-room internet, TV
Billiards, Boating, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming pool
We purchased this home in 1998 for future retirement and because the area was so beautiful. Over the next two years we renovated every square inch adding top of the line appliances and furnishings. We visited from San Francisco frequently but after every trip it became increasingly more difficult to leave our Hawaiian paradise. I have begun to travel it made sense to allow others to enjoy the house as a vacation destination.