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SKH is the perfect establishment. The two apartment units are immaculate in
appropriately lush surroundings. Staying in the South Kona district is preferable
to the North district with its resorts, condos and shopping centers. The South is
authentic and transporting; it's where the locals live....More
1 Thank shermy1929
Response from kljonesdvm, Owner at South Kona HideawayResponded 2 May 2014
We're very glad you enjoyed yourself and look forward to your return with your wife! Just call us an tell us when to expect you! I'll even make you up some guac! Much Aloha!
The suite is incredibly comfortable -- more like a posh apartment than a B & B! We met Tina, and she was very welcoming. Unfortunately, our schedule allowed us only one night there! (We did find the parking nerve-racking, though. You back out directly onto...More
For the past two consecutive years my wife and I have travelled to South Kona Hideaway (SKH) during December and early January. We really love this location and are already planning when we can return again! The Island is beautiful and made more so by...More
Thank Russel R
Response from kljonesdvm, Owner at South Kona HideawayResponded 28 January 2014
We are very glad you enjoyed yourselves! It was very nice to see you again, and we look forward to your next trip! Mahalo
Owners helped us find small, local beaches for relaxing and snorkeling. L & L restaurant, night snorkeling with the mantas, in-room massage by Derek. Stay away from the tourist traps, and stay here. Pick up avacados off the ground, amazing tropical flowers. Enjoy sunsets on...More
We found a jewel in South Kona Hideaway, on the big Island of HAWAII. It's the whole package! A view that will take your breath away every time you watch the sun set or look out at the lush landscape surrounding your room. The rooms...More
There is no easy access to the monument itself as it is a hike down the hill, and back up again. However you can easily enter the other side of the bay at Manini beach. The other easy access, to a different bay, is at The... More
There is no easy access to the monument itself as it is a hike down the hill, and back up again. However you can easily enter the other side of the bay at Manini beach. The other easy access, to a different bay, is at The Place of Refuge aka 2 step.