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The Pu'uhonua House, a sanctuary in precious, old HawaiiThe common reading room – has a wide selection of books
Rainforest Room, Pu'uhonua House
Rainforest Room, Pu'uhonua House
1 guest
1 bedroom
1 bed
2 baths
1 guest
1 bedroom
1 bed
2 baths
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(URL HIDDEN)The Rainforest Room in the Pu'uhonua House is a single room, for one person. The guest looks outside and sees the old mango trees, the wild vines,entangled in the towering lychee trees, and hears the sounds of the rainforest.



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Kitchen
Wireless Internet
Breakfast
House Rules
Check-in is anytime after 4PM
Check out by 12PM (noon)
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4 Reviews

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Aisha User Profile
March 2016
The host canceled this reservation 13 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.

Nikoletta User Profile
July 2015
I really liked the place. Beautiful surroundings. Very interesting plants. We had a good time.

Cain User Profile
May 2015
My family thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Akiko's Zen B&B. Akiko was warm and welcoming and made us feel immediately part of her family. She was great with our children, and even gave them a special present of a children's book (that she wrote herself). We appreciated the way s…
Akiko User Profile
Response from Akiko:
BIG MAHALO and thank-you Cain for being here with your family, and for the kind and gracious comments you spoke of our place. May you and Joy and your 2 daughters continue to be ambassadors of the depth of compassion, joy and resilience of the family. much love and gratitude, akiko
May 2015

Rae User Profile
September 2014
Lovely visit at Akiko's retreat. Nice breakfast, very special location, near a local river and ocean access. Buddhist meditation available, which was also very special. It feels like a bit of old Hawaii.

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ALOHA & WELCOME, Thank you very much for viewing our various accommodations. Our accommodations are located along the lush and tropical Hamakua Coast, 15 miles north of Hilo. I am Akiko Masuda, a 3rd generation Japanese woman, born in Honolulu in the 40’s, long before freewa…
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