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13-3357 Hookupu St Pāhoa, HI 96778
13-3357 Hookupu StreetUSHawaiiPāhoa96778
(808) 965-1250ohiahousebb.com
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Ohia House Bed and Breakfast, a quaint well appointed establishment nestled in the tropical rain forest of Pahoa is waiting for you.  We have just one suite and it is all yours.  We are not your cookie cutter Bed and Breakfast, with only one suite and you as our guest your stay is tailored for you, you dietary needs, your wants, your privacy.  Looking for that home base on the Island of Hawaii, you found it!
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Relaxed B&B with a single suite featuring a screened-in lanai, microwave, minifridge & private pool.- Google
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Yuhao Chen
a month ago
You are getting a VIP experience staying at Ohia- Ricks and Cindy are extremely nice and friendly. They also provide first rate breakfasts, different dishes everyday of our stay! The place is 40 minutes from the Volcano National park- the drive is rather smooth and easy as well.
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Alicia Norton
a year ago
We stayed at the Ohia house over New Years Eve 2012 - January 6, 2013. Our stay was amazing!!! It was very cozy, and we loved being the only guests! Pahoa was only a short drive away, and we were close to everything. Cindy always pointed us in the right direction for great places to eat and out of the way places to go so we could enjoy the island. The breakfast she served every morning was absolutely yummy and very filling! I would definitely recommend Ohia House B&B to anyone looking for a relaxing and welcoming place to stay!
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Lindsey Ward
a year ago
I ADORE THIS PLACE! There are lots of places to stay in Hawaii, and I do not intend to stay anywhere else ever again when I am on the Big Island. Visiting the Ohia House was the most peaceful and enjoyable vacation I have ever had. The owners, Cindy and Rick, are friendly, helpful and not overwhelming with their presence. They are knowledgeable about the community, land and always seemed to know just what would interest me. The organic and locally grown fruits they serve with and for breakfast are mouthwatering. And I am all about coffee being ready for me when I wake up. The grounds are lush and private yet near enough other places to go and explore the island. The frogs sing at night and make you really feel like you are experiencing classic Hawaii from the screened in Lanai. Cindy directed me to some amazing hot springs which I will never forget! And lava fields... And volcano tubes...And delicious food... And beautiful flower gardens... I cannot say enough about what a great time I had at the Ohia house except to say that I have already booked a trip back in December and am already there in my head. A trip where this time, I learn to paddle board.
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Çhuck Horton
7 months ago
My husband and I stayed at Ohia House B&B for a week. We wanted to spend a lot of time in this particular area yet also wanted to feel pampered on our vacation. Their house is centrally located in the Puna district,10 minutes from Pahoa. Also a short drive to the volcano or Hilo. Is in the same region as Hawaiian Paradise Park and ten minutes to hot ponds and vacation lands snorkeling. Cindy and Rick made us feel right at home and welcome from the second we stepped into the lanai (our favorite part!). They were friendly, yet not overly present - very aware of boundaries. They asked questions about us and made sure things were suitable. Which they were! Amenities at Ohia House Bed and Breakfast include complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance. Refrigerator, microwave and television comes with satellite channels. Ohia House has one room available. I cannot stress how much more it is than any B&B we have ever stayed. The room itself is very large (walk in closet) and there is a large screened-in porch for your private use (and where Cindy serves you breakfast). The porch is beautifully appointed with furniture for relaxing and speakers for your music (that was a first...we loved sitting out listening to soft music with a glass of wine). . The bathroom was perfect (and robes for us both) ! Hot water with plenty of it coming out of the large, modern shower head. Luxurious towels (and bedding). OMG! The grounds are lovely with lush tropical plants everywhere. There was a book shelf with local books to read and even games to play (on the lanai) when we were not out and about. Most importantly everything was CLEAN! We never hesitated to sleep in the bed, never thought about wearing sandals in the shower, or wondered who had been in here before us. It felt like we were at home...only way better. Did I mention a beautiful pool!!! Now another favorite thing: Breakfasts!!! Breakfasts were incredible. Every morning the smell of hot coffee with real cream. Never the same breakfast twice. Generous with the amount of food and in our opinion, delicious. Fresh fruit (mango, papaya, blueberries, bananas), yogurt, oatmeal, always a main entree included (eggs, ham, bacon, pancakes, waffles,). Juice. I would come back just for the food and to be pampered each and every morning. Cindy and Rick are lovely people. It is obvious they want each and every guest to have the "ultimate" BnB experience. Well...we did for sure. Thank you, Rick and Cindy, for everything. Will be back! Chuck and Suzy
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Roy Hall
a year ago
The Ohia House Bed & Breakfast was the perfect place for us to stay. It's in the Puna forest with lots of birds and flowers of all kinds. The grounds are beautiful. The pool is serene and relaxing. The room is really almost a studio apt but no cooktop. Cindy and Rick are gracious hosts that provide quality detailed information about all of the sites on the Big Island. Cindy rivals any gourmet chef when it comes to her breakfasts. They are delicious and beautiful. Plus, she always made enough for us to take a little for a snack on our day trips. We highly recommend the Ohia House BnB when you stay on the Big Isalnd. You will not regret it.
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Kari James
a year ago
what a little piece of paradise! great setting, with pool, close to sights and very private. i'll be back forsure!

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The lava can be so very beautiful. Ohia house B & B in Pahoa is waiting for your visit! 
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Local white dragon fruit served this morning with a bacon-spinach quiche, make your reservation today and this could be yours
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