There is absolutely nothing spa-like about this place. It's similar to a micro-ranch. There are chickens, roosters, rabbits, two friendly cats, a goat, and a donkey, so watch where you step when walking. The donkey loudly brays any time day or night, but fortunately, not often.
There are two plywood kit-built cabins and a tree house. There may be a tent available for rent, but I didn't venture that far into the bush to investigate it. The tree house is basically a bed with mosquito netting in a rudimentary enclosure.
The cabins have a comfortable king-size bed, a kitchenette with small refrigerator, utensils, and microwave oven, and a toilet/sink separated from the rest by a plywood divider. Only cold water is supplied to the cabins. Warm—not hot--water is available in the bath house, which consists of an outdoor shower and a washroom with toilet. Wireless Internet access is usually reliable. The cabins have uninsulated corrugated-iron roofs, so when it rains, you hear it.
The three-acre facility is quite rustic and several miles from anything. It is in Orchidland Estates on 39th Avenue, which is unpaved. It is comparatively inexpensive if you want to lodge between Keaau and Pahoa, but expect “rustic,” and be sure to bring insect repellent, because an abundance of mosquitoes is in the air. The coqui frogs are very loud at night.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking