This 1930s Beachside Bungalow VRBO In Hawaii Is One Of The Coolest Places To Spend The Night

Megan McDonald for Only In Your State on a charming vrbo bungalow in Waialea Bay on the Big Island.  Kailani Tours can take care of all your tour and excursion needs during your stay at this or any VRBO on the Big Island. Visit our website www.kailanitourshawaii.com or let our friendly customer care staff advise you on the availability of our Luxury active volcano tours. See waterfalls, turtles, black sand beaches, coffee farms, rain forests and more on the way to the volcano. Offering full day or half tours. Morning and evening departures available. We would like to show you the local Big Island most tours drive past.  808.938.4057

There aren’t many places on the planet more magical than the Hawaiian islands. From lush tropical rainforests, adrenaline-pumping volcanoes, and beaches of all colors and sizes, it’s the perfect place to kick back and spend a week or two. And if you’re looking for a place to stay that is guaranteed to exceed your expectations, this VRBO in Hawaii brings the best to your doorstep!

There are few places on the Hawaiian Islands that can transport you back in time.

This charming, 1930s bungalow on Waialea Bay is definitely one of them. This spot has been lovingly restored and renovated by its owners into the exceptional vacation rental you can visit today.  Situated on Waialea Bay, one of the prettiest white sand beaches on the Big Island, this bungalow is a rare treat.

There used to be no roads to this bungalow, enhancing the privacy of its unique location. While there are now, the feeling of seclusion remains. This old Hawaii house uses the traditional way of cooling off the interior.

The simple, open architecture is designed to maximize the ocean breeze. The house was renovated but kept traditional details like the original hardwood floors, using the native Hawaiian wood Ohia for its wooden countertops. The bungalow can sleep up to six guests.

There are three bedrooms, perfect for three couples or a family. One bedroom has a double bed, and the other two bedrooms have two twins that can be made into a king bed or left as it is. The bungalow’s Hawaiian artwork and vibrant colors add to the cheery interior. The house is well equipped, too, offering everything from WiFi internet to a gorgeous stone patio. But it will be hard to tear yourself away from the white sand beach you can see right outside your window. This beachfront, open, airy bungalow is a destination on the Big Island.

With plenty of snorkeling, swimming, sunbathing, surfing, diving, and whale watching right outside your window, you won’t have to leave the property to enjoy a slice of Hawaiian paradise. If you want the trip of a lifetime, make sure you book a stay at this magical little bungalow on the bayThis oceanfront paradise is the best place to stay when you’re on the Big Island. The dozens of five-star reviews will agree with you!

To learn more and book your stay at this gorgeous Waiailea Bay Bungalow, head to their VRBO listing. Would you stay in this epic VRBO in Hawaii? What do you think? Is this oceanfront property a must-visit? Let us know in the comments!

While on the Big Island, make sure you visit the breathtaking place where you can watch wild horses roam in Hawaii.

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Address: Waialea Bay, Hawaii 96743, USA

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