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Private Room , 1 Bathroom , Sleeps 2
Captain Cook, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii
Aloha and welcome to Luana Inn! After operating as a bed and breakfast for eleven years, we have transitioned to a vacation rental. We feel that we have the perfect venue for destination weddings, family reunions or group retreats for guests looking for a peaceful destination in the heart of stunning South Kona.

At just three hundred feet above sea level in South Kona’s tranquil Kealakekua Bay Historical Marine Reserve, our estate offers stunning, panoramic views of the whole Kealakekua, Ke'ei, Napo'opo'o area. We’re within walking distance of Napo’opo’o Pier and Manini beach - the gateway to extraordinary Kealakekua Bay - and within minutes of quiet, sandy Ke'ei Beach, Pu’uhonua O Honaunau National Park, Two Step and the Captain Cook Monument trail. We are perfectly situated for guests who want to fully experience thi...
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About the Owner
Nicole B
Languages spoken:English
Response Rate:92%
Response Time:Within a day
Listed Since:December 2017
Interaction with guests
Need a personal chef or concierge? How about a wedding or event planner? Want a relaxing spa day with out leaving the property? Lets talk about what we can do to make your stay in Hawai'i amazing!
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Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Cable/satellite TV
  • En Suite Rooms (1)
  • Internet Access
  • King Beds:(1)
  • Private Garden
  • Secure Parking
  • Shared Outdoor Pool (Unheated)
  • Suitable For Children Under 5
  • Wi-Fi
House rules
    Kid-friendly
    Pets not allowed
    Smoking not allowed
Suitable for weddings, parties, retreats, reunions, ect.

No shoes in the house please!
Bathrooms
    1 Attached (ensuite)
Bedrooms
    1 King
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About the neighbourhood
Most of Captain Cook is between the 800-foot (240 m) and 2,000-foot (610 m) elevation, which makes it ideal as a coffee-growing region. It sits on the top of an ancient fault which created the famous Kealakekua Bay. This Bay was considered the sacred harbor of Lono, the fertility deity of the Hawaiians in folklore. Prior to the 1960s, most of Captain Cook was part of the vast Kealakekua Ranch, founded in the 1850s by Englishman Henry Nicholas Greenwell. The town is named after Captain James Cook, the famed English explorer. The area has many local restaurants to choose from, a farmers market and a few local boutiques
Getting around
* Manini Beach: 15 minutes by foot / 2 minutes by car
* Keei Beach: 30 minutes by foot / 10 minutes by car
* Pu’uhonua O Honaunau and Two Step: 10 minutes by car
* Captain Cook Monument: 10 minute drive plus 2 hour hike
* Ho'okena Beach: 20 minutes by car
* Kua Bay, Kukio Bay: 45 minutes by car
* Kekaha Kai (Mahaiula, Makalawena): 45 minutes by car
* Anaehoomalu Bay: 1.25 hours by car
* Puako / Beach 69: 1.5 hours by car
* Hapuna Beach: 2 hours by car
* Mauna Kea: 2 hours by car
* Volcanoes National Park: 1 hour, 30 minutes by car
* South Point / Green Sand Beach: 1 hour, 15 minutes by car to trail head plus 3 hour hike
* Pololu Valley : 3 hours by car to trail head, plus 30 min hike
Access
Car advised
How to get there
Airport: Kona International Airport: 32.0 km
Napo’opo’o is an incredibly scenic four mile, two-lane, paved, county-maintained road. It's fairly steep (about 10-15 degrees on average), and windy. It's gorgeous, but if you aren’t comfortable driving mountain roads, you may want to look at other options. Literature that suggests 4WD is necessary on the Big Island is out of date. The only two popular places an 4WD vehicle are necessary are the road down into Waipio Valley and the road between Mauna Kea information station and the observatories. However, most visitors to Waipio either view the valley from the top and hike down, or book tours. Mauna Kea information station is fantastic, and the end point for most visitors to Mauna Kea. The observatories are generally not open to the public anyway. Many tourists also enjoy organized... more
Activities nearby
Nearest Beach: 0.5 km.
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