Inn Waimea

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(808) 652-6852
4469 Halepule Rd.

The main house, built in 1948, was once the residence of a local pastor. In 2001 it was restored to its current all-suite, cozy inn in the middle of Waimea town just off the main highway. The red dirt of the area often coats the house’s exterior, but the inside is very clean. Each suite is decorated in its own charming way. One second-story unit has an ocean view. Another first-floor suite has a large double Jacuzzi tub. No room has a phone, but there is one in the lobby. There are no private lanai here either, but there is a nice front porch. There are many chickens around (think of ’em as organic alarm clocks), but the outdoor cats keep them away from the main house. The rooms (approx. 350 sq. ft.) sleep two and are $119–$149 with a 2-night minimum. They also have three 2/1 cottages located off-site (with full kitchens) that are $169–$225 with a 3-night minimum.

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Resort at a Glance

  • 4 units
  • 3 cottages off-site
  • A/C
  • Free Wi-Fi in rooms
  • Empty fridge
  • Coffee makers
  • No laundry facilities on site
  • 3-night Minimum

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