Pahala Plantation Cottages

Surrounding Area
Pahala Plantation Cottages is located on the sunny side of Volcano,in one of the most pristine areas of old Hawaii, with village life, the ocean and the mountain at your doorstep. The people are friendly and respectful of privacy, but will lend a hand to help you explore the uninhabited coast with its black and green sand beaches, the Volcanoes National Park and the 25,000 acre Kapapapala Ranch. Pahala is a gateway to Volcanoes National Park, a 12 mile drive to the park's southern entrance. It is 5 minutes from the black sand turtle beach at Punalu1u where you can snorkel among sea turtles. It is 6 minutes from Wood Valley with its Buddhist temple, macadamia, coffee, vegetable and flower farms.
Buddhist Temple, and flower and vegetable farms, which service Pahala Plantation Cottages.
Vacation Rental Property
Pahala Plantation Cottages range from one to four bedrooms. They have high ceilings, wooden floors, porches and gardens,fully equipped kitchens and antique furnishings.
Sleeps & # of Bedrooms
Pahala Plantation Cottage No. 1 sleeps six, two baths
Pahala Plantaton Cottage 2 sleeps six, two baths
Pahala Plantation Cottage 3 sleeps eight, two baths
Pahala Plantatoin Cottage 4 sleeps, two (plus futon), one bath

Services Offered
Horseback riding to koa forest, to mountains overlooking Volcanoes National Park and to participate in cattle drive, available by appointment.

Massage therapy availalbe by appointment
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Policies & Restrictions
Pets allowed

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Other Information
Village has library, post office, bank, store, workout center, swimming pool - all open to guests. Town is great for walking. There are many large trees, many of them unusual specimen treets. Trails around the town are great for biking.

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