Experience Upcountry Hawaiian Hospitality

 

Built in 1849, Waimea Guest House was the first residence in the town of Kamuela (more commonly called Waimea). This historic home was the seedling of what would soon become a bustling ranch town. Waimea town is surrounded by four of the five volcanoes on the island, and painted with rolling hills, and breathtaking views.

Ideally located in the cool hills of the Kohala Mountain Range, but still only 15 minutes from the island’s best beaches, Waimea Guest House is the perfect spot for adventurous guests, looking to get the most out of what Hawaii Island has to offer. For those who want to really experience the full range of the Big Island’s diverse ecosystems, Waimea is an idyllic and central location - equidistance from the major towns of Kona and Hilo, and a short drive from Island essentials such as Waipio Valley, Historic Kohala town, and all of the island’s major resorts and beaches. Rich in history, Waimea Guest House is the real Hawaii experience.


 

The ‘Auwai Suite

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The ‘Auwai Suite is a private apartment at the back of Waimea Guest House. It has a full kitchen, bathroom, and a large bedroom that opens out onto a shared back lanai.

Sleeps 2 guests.

 

Lindsey Homestead

Lindsey Homestead Suite

Built in 1849 by the Lindsey family, the two-room Lindsey Homestead Suite is the original house on this historic property.

With two queen-sized beds, it can accommodate up to 4 guests.

 

Paniolo Tiny Home

The Saddle Room

The Saddle Room

This garden level apartment is the affordable way to stay on the dry side of Waimea. Originally the saddle room of the ranch house, this unit has everything you need in an excellent home base for your Big Island adventures! 

Sleeps 2 guests.

 
Paniolo

The secluded tiny home offers guests all of the amenities of a stand-alone home, on a smaller scale. A full kitchen, bathroom, and dining nook are complemented by a lofted bedroom with a queen sized bed.

Sleeps 2 guests.