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This is a lovely collection of cottages, one and two story with a beautiful view over the golf course to the ocean. Located very close to Black Sand Beach it is walkable.This is a much sunnier wll ace to stay than the Volcano with misty...More
We came with food and supplies knowing how remote this location was, but we certainly didn't come prepared for the roaches. I saw the first in the cupboard followed by a pair on the kitchen counter, and by late evening I had already killed half...More
This place is for those seeking a peaceful, comfortable stay that is seriously off the beaten path. If you are traveling with kids who need constant, instant entertainment, this is probably not for you. It is not a hopping place. It has a golf course...More
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Response from JABoughton, Director of Inventory at Sea MountainResponded 7 April 2015
We appreciate your review. Sea Mountain resort is a rural gem indeed! We are so glad you enjoyed the quiet off the beaten path resort and were able to take in some of the local flavor like the beautiful black sand beach. Please come back...More
Our family of four stayed here while celebrating my daughter's birthday. The kids enjoyed the pool at the resort and the condo we stayed in was comfortable, but the highlight was the black sand beach within walking distance of the resort. This is the Hawaii...More
An amazing hidden gem about half way between Hilo and Kona on the coast. We had an ocean view looking just past the golf course. The staff was super friendly while loaning us a knife and tongs to BBQ the mahi mahi we purchased from...More
First time I went there was in the late 70's so before that. Originally built for the sugar mill workers on that part of the island. They have been renovated several times and are in good shape with good wifi even.