Pahala Plantation Cottages

Big Island of Hawai‘i

“Great experience.” - as reviewed on


Cottages: click your pick (below)


We are currently accepting reservations for all guests not under quarantine. Mahalo for your understanding. Please email or call (808) 928-9811 for rates and availability.

Cottages: Click your pick (below)

            1 bed, 1 bath                 2 bed, 1 bath                   3 bed, 2 bath

4 bed, 2 bath           7 bed, 4.5 bath

Click on one of the options above to look at our rates, more photos and more information about our accommodations.

    Enjoy staying at one of our fully furnished historic plantation cottage. Designed to bring you back in time our cottages have wooden floors and high ceilings, and are furnished with antiques.

     In Pahala, everything in town is within walking distance: lap pool, tennis courts, walkable and runnable country roads, bank, post office, library, schools, hospital and two convenience stores. Pahala is safe and small, a multiethnic community comprised of former sugar plantation workers, coffee and macadamia farmers and ranchers.

    Drive from Pahala to Na‘alehu along the old cane haul road, to see the tabletop mountains and lush valleys. Drive past macadamia nut orchards, coffee farms, horse and cattle ranches.


    Travel up Wood Valley Road to the Ka‘u Coffee Mill and Wood Valley Temple, a Buddhist retreat that is open to the public - a place where the Dalai Lama has visited. Take a 7 minute drive to the Punalu‘u Black Sand Beach where you can snorkel, bathe in the sun, walk along the shore, and gaze at resting sea turtles.

    Pahala Plantation Cottages is surrounded by Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park, where visitors can learn about Nature’s wonders like steam vents, sulphur banks, lava tubes, craters and active lava flows.

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“It's a fantastic place to stay if you want to have a quiet holiday or be close to the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. We really enjoyed ourselves here.” - as reviewed on