You'll want to take a look inside this stunning tiny house located on the big island of Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, United States. The eco-friendly tiny house can accommodate up to 5 guests with 3 beds, and 1 bathroom. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire tiny house to yourself. This amazing tiny house on wheels sits on 3 acres of land alongside two other tiny house units. The tiny house has air conditioning, a queen-sized bed, a single bed, and a sofa bed. There is a covered outdoor patio area with seating to use during your vacation stay.
Inside you'll find a natural wood interior that boasts a charming open layout with a gorgeous community area for bonfires and barbecues. You can rent a single vacation unit or all three for group vacations. The tiny home is in a breathtaking location just below the Kaloko Cloud Forest. Kaloko itself is an area in Kona that offers a unique vacation experience of forest adventures and botanical landscapes with the shimmering beaches that are located just 7 minutes away. The distance from the Kona International Airport is 12 minutes by car without traffic.
The tiny house is self-check-in with free parking on site. The tiny house has a kitchen, washer and dryer, air conditioning, garden/backyard, wifi, bathroom essentials, towels, soap, shampoo, hairdryer, iron, coffee maker, and everything you need for a comfortable stay.
You'll be sure to love your vacation stay. The tiny house has a cozy feeling, and you'll enjoy hearing all the frogs and birds at night. The property has a country feel, with a fire pit. You'll enjoy the best of both worlds with the private property that is just 15 minutes from downtown. During your vacation stay, you can explore Kona and the surrounding area, and will want to come back again and again. The following are just some of the things you can do during your stay.
Pololu Valley Lookout. This is an epic view and the perfect place for a photo op. The hike is mild going down but can be a good work outcoming back up.
Hawi. On your way to Pololu Valley stop in Hawi for some fudge and a stroll through a quaint art town.
Pepeekeo. This is a beautiful scenic drive to some epic botanical gardens. Breathtaking views and photo ops.
Two Step. Bring your snorkel gear and go early in the morning. The Place of Refuge is a historical site right next door! Worth a walkthrough to get some history of the island.
Kona Cloud Forest Guided Walking Tours. Just a 2-minute drive up the road are some beautiful trails to explore.
Kolekole Beach Park. This is a great pit stop for a picnic on your way to the Hilo side. There is an epic waterfall just across the stream and a beautiful historic bridge for more photo opportunities.
Waimea Homestead Farmer's Market. This is a great Saturday experience to get some locally grown veggies, honey, and more. There are also food trucks to enjoy lunch.