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The Manini Beach House is a recently built four bedroom oceanfront luxury home located on historic Kealekekua Bay on the Big Island of Hawaii. The shoreline in front of the house is a lava beach with excellent access for swimming, snorkeling and kayaking. The spectacular views of Kealekekua Bay and the gentle Kona breezes blowing off the bay are your constant companions.

Make this fabulous home yours while you…

  • Snorkel on the vibrant coral reef directly in front of the house in historic Kealakekua Bay.
  • Kayak across Kealakekua bay to the Captain Cook Monument.
  • Swim with the Hawaiian Spinner Dolphins, or sit on the lanai and watch their acrobatic shows.
  • Enjoy breathtaking sunsets. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for the “green flash”!
  • Take a day trip to Volcano National Park – a leisurely two hour drive away.
  • Relax on the golf course, catch a marlin while deep sea fishing, or enjoy island sight seeing tours.
  • Cook sumptuous meals in the gourmet equipped kitchen and enjoy them on the back lanai under tropical evening skies

For more information or to stay at Manini Beach House please Email or call (310) 980-1202

BedRooms

A short flight of stairs takes you from your vehicle to a lanai overlooking Kealkekua Bay.

The living room and kitchen are ahead of you. To your left is Bedroom 1 with a small lanai also looking towards the bay.

Beside the bedroom is a flight of stairs to the master Bedroom and Bath.

To the right of the Living Room is Bedroom 2 and bath.

The Kitchen is ahead of you and beyond that a lanai for eating and entertaining.

On the ground level there is a private entrance to the Ohana with a TV area, kitchenette and 2 single beds.  There is an outdoor tropical shower.

Rates

The Manini Beach House is offered for rental at$400 per night Regular Season with a 7 night minimum.

HOLIDAY RATES:
December 15 – January 10 $500, 10 day minimum (booking not to include both Christmas and New Years).

CLEANING FEE:

There is an out-cleaning fee of $200.00.

TAXES:

There is an additional 15% for General Excise Tax (GET) and a Transient Accommodation Tax.

RESERVATIONS:

A 50% deposit is due within 14 days of the reservation with the balance payable no later than 60 days prior to arrival. Payments may be made by check or money order.

Rates, minimum length of stay and cancellation policy are subject to change at any time. Discounts may be available for off season and extended stays.

For more information or to stay at Manini Beach House please Email or call (310) 980-1202

Local Info

Things to do while on the Big Island

  • Hawaiian Volcano National Park – approximately 21/2 hours drive. For current volcanic activity check their website at: nps.gov/havo.

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  • Puuhohua O Honaunau National Historic Park (also called Place of Refuge) – 4 miles south of the the house. According to legend, ancient Hawaiians fleeing punishment sought refuge with the priests here. nps.gov/puho

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  • Hulihee Palace – approximately 30 minutes drive at 75-5718 Alii Drive in Kailua -Kona. The palace was a summer getaway for Hawaiian Royalty in the middle 19th century. It contains a good collection of antiques, heirlooms and portraits. Phone: 329-1877

 


 

  • Kona Outdoor Circle Education Center – approximately 30 minutes drive at 76-6280 Kuakini Highway in Kailua-Kona. A small, very restful arboretum with mature examples of many of the palm trees grown in Kona. Phone: 329-6217

 


 

  • Kona Historical Society – approximately 20 minutes drive on Highway 11 at the south end of Kealakekua (look on your left as you are heading toward Kialua-Kona, just after you go through the traffic lights at Konawaena School Road). Interesting collection of materials and photos on the Kona coast from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

 


 

  • Nani Mau Gardens – approximately 3 hours drive at 421 Makalika St., in Hilo. Over 20 acres of “floral theme park”, orchid greenhouse, waterfall, pond and Japanese Garden. www.nanimau.com

 


 

  • Hawaii Botanical Tropical Gardens – approximately 3 hours drive on Four Mile Scenic Route, 7 miles north of Hilo. 25 acres with more than 2000 species of trees and plants with terrific bird watching opportunities. www.htbg.com

 


 

  • Kayak Rentals – there are several on the main highway in Kealakekua and Kainaliu. We like Kona Boys Kayaks on Highway 11 north of Kealakekua (on your right as you are heading into Kialua-Kona about 20-25 minutes from the house). In addition to kayak rental they also do guided tours and have scuba gear. 808.328.1234

 


 

  • Fair Wind & Hula Kai – a half day cruise on a 55 foot catamaran from Keauhou Bay to the Captain Cook monument for snorkeling. If you don’t feel like kayaking to the monument, this is another way to get there. The snorkeling is spectacular, the hamburgers are tasty, and the crew make the trip lots of fun. www.fair-wind.com

 


 

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About

The Manini Beach House features the following:

 

    • Awesome oceanfront view from every room in the house
    • Four well appointed bedrooms
    • Two and one half bathrooms
    • Accommodates up to Eight people
    • Wrap around front and side lanai
    • Built and maintained to be livable for those with allergies or chemical sensitiveness
    • Beamed cathedral ceilings in the living room and master suite
    • Italian ceramic tile floors throughout the main floor and lanais

 

  • Recently remodeled with luxurious hardwoods
  • Stunning Hawaiiana artwork and accents adorn the home
  • Accordion-style folding hardwood doors open the width of the living room to the front lanai letting in the cool ocean breezes
  • A large inventory of cookware, fine china dishes, crystal glassware and stainless flatware
  • Bikes, kayaks and snorkel gear available

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Ohana

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Bedroom 3

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Master

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