Aloha Junction Bed and Breakfast

19-4037 Post Office Lane, Volcano, Hawaii, 96785, United States

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    It's like a second home

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    This was our first time in a b&b and it was a great experience. We stayed for four nights as a part of our honeymoon. because we were honeymooners we some lovely fresh flowers in our room, orchids and bird of paradise. What a warm welcome.
    Breakfast is included. Your hosts Robert Hughes will make you breakfast every morning.
    The B&B is situated in an old colonial house that is used solely for this purpose. The hosts live in another house at the back of the garden. So you and the other guests have the complete house to yourselves. A fully equipped kitchen, a living room with a stereo, DVD player, video, big TV and lots of films and CD’s.
    Volcano village isn't that big but it is an ideal place to stay. Your 1,5 miles away from the entrance of the park. In the village there are several shops and restaurants.
    If we ever go back to Hawaii to visit the volcanoes again, I surely will stay at the Aloha Junction again.

    Unique Quality: The breakfast is excellent. Every morning Robert comes over to cook for you fresh fruit, sausages, pancakes.
    In the garden is a Jacuzzi which is free for you to use. No need to bring towel or bathrobes, you will find them in your room.
    You have free and unlimited access to the internet, so a great opportunity if you want to work on you travel pages.
    In the garden you will see lots of birds and orchids.
    In the morning you will have breakfast at a big table. a great opportunity to meet the other guest and exchange experiences about the volcano park or other parts of the big island.
    What makes you more feel at home than a sweet little dog named Po'iki sleep in front of the fireplace?

    Directions: Drive to the post office and look for the sign. Drive u the small road to the fence and honk.

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 Aloha Junction Bed and Breakfast

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Address: 19-4037 Post Office Lane, Volcano, Hawaii, 96785, United States