When we decided to return to Hawaii the first thing I did was to book the Volcano Teapot Cottage. We stayed for four nights in March and the only regret is that we did not have more time to stay there. (Our first visit was...続きを読む
The Volcano Teapot was such a beautiful accommodation. We arrived later than expected, but our host Bill told us not to worry and take a detour to the national park where the lava lake had been more active than normal. His recommendation to check out...続きを読む
We just spent three wonderful nights at the Teapot cottage. We could have easily stayed three more nights. Our hosts Bill and Antoinette are a wealth of information from what is going on in the Park to all the happenings in Volcanoes and Hilo too....続きを読む
We were lucky enough to stay for four nights in the Teapot Cottage, a lovingly restored/enlarged early-1900s-vintage house on a private, 2.5 acre zen-like rain-forest garden grounds.. Bill came over when we arrived and helped us plan our explorations of the big island. His advice...続きを読む
Tropical flowers in the garden, teapots with a selection of teas & coffee in the kitchen, a cozy bed, a private hot tub to soak in! Bill delivers the most delicious cinnamon rolls and lemon loaves to nosh on with your cup of tea. Very...続きを読む
With the recent outbreak of Dengue Fever on the Big Island, can anyone tell me if the cottage has screens on the windows? I know there is no A/C but if it was warm enough and you wanted to open the windows, was just curious from the standpoint of keeping out any mosquitos. Thanks!
"This two-bedroom cottage has one enlarged to a generous size and one at its original (smallish) size. It was..."