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We stayed at the Jacaranda Inn for our last night on Big Island and were absolutely delighted by it. I will admit to getting some 'The Shining'-style creeps on arrival - the place is very quiet and you have to walk through a beautifully appointed...More
This is a nice change from the glitzy resorts of the Kona coast. Beautiful grounds and main house. As other reviewers have noted, this is not a B & B and there isn't a front desk although the owners are around and available. And if...More
This place is an amazing old Ranch House and Inn. If you are looking for a spotless room with modern furnishings this may not be the place for you. On the other hand if you are looking for a chance to experience a little history...More
I've driven by this place so many times and wondered what it might be like. I finally got the chance to find out. I spent one night and was in the Vanda room (which is actually a suite). This is a historic home with a...More
great rooms = awesome bathroom and amazing jacuzzi tub!!! best restaurants all less than 5 minutes away - the the best farmers market on the island!! and close to the beach! can't ask for anything more!
US$179 - US$203 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Cathleen C | Reviewed this property |
It used to be a bed and breakfast but they stopped doing that in 2006. However I recommend that you stay at the Waimea Country Lodge. At the Jacaranda Inn my husband and I got bit really bad by mosquitos after about a week... More
It used to be a bed and breakfast but they stopped doing that in 2006. However I recommend that you stay at the Waimea Country Lodge. At the Jacaranda Inn my husband and I got bit really bad by mosquitos after about a week it didn't get any better so we checked out and stayed at the Waimea Country Lodge. In the same parking lot there is a restaurant called Paniolo country Inn and just about a mile down the same street is Hawaiian Style Cafe and they to have really good breakfast.(The Cafe is cash only, but well worth it).