Native Ohia trees surround you everywhereShower in actual rainwater
☆Adventure Awaits You in the Trees☆
☆Adventure Awaits You in the Trees☆
3 huéspedes
1 dormitorio
2 camas
1 baño
3 huéspedes
1 dormitorio
2 camas
1 baño
No se hará ningún cargo por ahora
De nuestros huéspedes: "Superó nuestras expectativas! ¡Tanto pensamiento puesto en esto! " Language Weaver "No hay mucho mejor que esto si quieres una escapada tranquila y relajante! Recomiendo encarecidamente" "La cama de hamaca enorme era un toque ingenioso también!" "Absolutamente increíble! Es limpio, tranquilo y super único!" Language Weaver "Me encantó la ducha de lluvia al aire libre y despertarse con vistas increíbles del bosque" "Sorprendentemente espaciosa" "Impresionante y indulgente" "Muy práctico para Volcano National Park" Language Weaver "Ojalá nos hubiéramos quedado más tiempo"
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From our guests:
“Exceeded our expectations! So much thought put into this!"
"It doesn't get much better than this if you want a peaceful relaxing getaway! HIGHLY recommend"
"Absolutely amazing! It's clean, quiet and super unique! The oversized hammock bed was an ingenious touch too!"
"Loved the outdoor rain shower and waking up to amazing views of the forest"
"Surprisingly spacious"
"Impressive and indulgent"
"Very convenient to Volcano National Park"
"Wish we could've stayed longer"

El lugar

A sólo 8 millas del Parque Nacional, la escapada perfecta es de 16 'en el aire. Esta pequeña casa es realmente bastante grande y cuenta con techos abovedados y ventanas por todas partes, con árboles y bosques que te rodean. Dormir en el desván con las estrellas como usted sueña con su próxima aventura en el tamaño de la reina Tempur-Pedic colchón. Escuchar los registros en el sofá cama, parrilla en la terraza grande o relajarse en el 144 pies cuadrados hamaca-cama como considerar la ampliación de su vacaciones. Más. día. La entrada de cemento de roca de lava le conduce a través de la selva a mano y la puerta de energía solar a su nueva escapada favorita. Parque y subir la escalera al cielo de la casa del árbol. La primera parada es la cama de hamaca tejida a mano de aproximadamente 12 'X 12' de ancho. A medida que cuelga allí, echa un vistazo a las numerosas plantas locales y las aves de todo, usted sabrá que era 100 horas de trabajo bien gastado. El siguiente nivel es seguro que será un área favorita. La ducha al aire libre con una ducha de lluvia muy grande fluye suavemente el agua de lluvia natural que la casa captura desde el techo. Una cortina asegura privacidad mientras disfruta de la vista del exuberante paisaje selvático. El jabón natural y productos para el cabello que utiliza asegurarse de que el agua que desaparece a través del suelo ayuda a aumentar el follaje aún más. Toalla y subir la escalera de la banda de rodadura alterna a la trampilla. Porque no es una casa del árbol sin una trampilla. Cerrarlo detrás de usted para disfrutar de las vistas hermosa copa que abarca la gran cubierta. Trae tu equipaje con la polea (!) Y descansa en el sofá al aire libre. Considere la posibilidad de hacer panqueques en la plancha de cocina o llegar a lo que usted ha colocado en el refrigerador fuertemente aislados como paso a través de la puerta corredera de cristal y entrar en la zona principal de la casa. Pellizqúese como usted se pregunta si usted todavía está afuera. Las 27 ventanas pueden jugar trucos panorámicos en usted porque dondequiera que usted mira, más bosque y la luz del sol sigue. El revestimiento de madera manchado naturalmente guías su mirada a los techos abovedados. Quítate los zapatos del banco de madera de mango y quédate un rato. El cuarto de baño a su derecha justo después de la puerta recuperada incluye un fregadero de cascada encerrado en más madera local. Además, un inodoro ecológico y las ramas de árbol'hihi 'que parecen estar brotando por toda la casa. Más árboles pueden ser vistos en el área de la sala de estar de la casa sosteniendo el desván y accesorios de iluminación. A medida que el sol se pone, las luces activadas por movimiento se ponen en marcha y te preguntas por qué no has salido de la red antes. Un sofá-cama con colchón de tamaño doble parece estar balanceándose en la brisa y es el lugar perfecto para escuchar la creciente colección de vinilos en los altavoces de llenado de la casa. También puedes hacer tu propia música mientras te diviertes probando tu mano en la máquina de ritmos de estilo vintage o viajas en el tiempo con los retro gafas de imagen de View-Master. El área de cocina descansa frente a la ventana más grande de la casa y cuenta con un lavabo de cobre martillado a mano, grifo desplegable y tabla de corte personalizada que se sienta empotrado en la encimera, lo que permite una fácil preparación para cualquier cosa que puedas imaginar. Todos están dentro de una losa de madera de mango artesanal grande que resulta es el lugar perfecto para preparar algo a la parrilla. Finalmente, después de un largo día de exploración, subir la escalera de loft a la habitación. Aquí, a 23 pies de altura, las ventanas de estilo catedral y techo de 7 'te saludan y dan acceso a una vista que tiene que ser visto para creerse. Si las estrellas o la luna están fuera, tráigalos de cerca a través de los prismáticos de astronomía o simplemente mirarlos desde el colchón de Tempur-Pedic mientras te desvías para dormir descansando para la aventura de mañana. Sí, no hay wi-fi. Los huéspedes tienen acceso a todas las áreas de la casa, que es lo que he diseñado para! Creo que tuve éxito en la construcción de mi casa de los sueños, así que por favor, tratar con cuidado para que otros puedan disfrutar también. -La única excepción para el acceso sería debajo de la casa donde se recoge el agua. Hay unas cuantas máquinas que mantienen la casa funcionando correctamente que sería mejor dejar solo. Aquí está una lista de comodidades increíbles que están disponibles para usted: • Cama de Hamaca • Ducha exterior • Jabón / champú orgánico • Toallas • Sofá, cama de día y cama •Sábanas limpias • Prismáticos de Astronomía • Reproductor de discos y colección de vinilos • Altavoz Bluetooth Harmon / Kardon • Batería • Ruido Blanco / Máquina de Sonido •Libros • Tomacorrientes (estilos de 3 clavijas y USB) • Lavabo de cocina y baño • Tabla de cortar, Platos y Utensilios • Enfriador para alimentos y bebidas • Linterna Solar •Amplio aparcamiento He diseñado esta casa para que pueda tener una estancia verdaderamente increíble y ser totalmente autosuficiente. Me he alojado en un gran muchos Airbnbs y siempre he preferido aquellos que me permitió a Descubrir el lugar por mi cuenta. Yo no resido en la Isla Grande durante todo el año, pero siempre se puede llegar por teléfono, texto o correo electrónico. Afortunadamente, mis vecinos son geniales y tengo a alguien que puede ayudar a manejar cualquier problema tan pronto como sea posible si se presentan. La casa del árbol está situado en una tranquila carretera de grava a pocos minutos de la autopista. Algunos de los vecinos más amistosos que usted nunca va a cumplir están cerca, pero a menos que usted los pase conduciendo en la carretera, usted puede no tener el placer. La casa del árbol está a 25 millas de Hilo, 28 millas de Pahoa y poco más de 4 millas de Volcán propio. He elegido este lugar por su lejanía relativa y diseñado para ser un escape perfecto para parejas o personas que buscan un paraíso de escapada. Si bien hay un par de restaurantes y lugares para comestibles / hielo / licor en volcán (ver mi guía para más información), si tienes la oportunidad de parar en Hilo o Keaau encontrará las opciones más baratas y abundantes. Un coche de alquiler (cualquier tamaño) se recomienda para acceder a la propiedad, pero el autostop es bastante común a lo largo de la carretera si eso es lo que te gusta. ANTES DE RESERVAR Quiero asegurarme de que disfrutes de la gran cabaña Treehouse tanto como disfruté construyéndola, así que por favor lee esta breve lista de consideraciones en su totalidad antes de reservar. ¡Gracias! He diseñado esta casa fuera de la red con un sueño para disfrutar de las comodidades de una lujosa habitación de hotel que estaba atrapado en medio de una selva. Hay algunas desventajas menores que vienen junto con una casa. 1. El bosque rico que rodea la casa crece tan bien debido a la cantidad de lluvia que nos levantamos aquí en el volcán. En realidad, es bastante agradable para conseguir atrapados en cada una vez en un rato y por suerte, esta casa funciona con agua de lluvia! 2. El agua capturada en el techo y utilizada en la ducha y grifos no se filtra para beber. Habrá un gran recipiente de agua potable para que usted pueda disfrutar durante su estancia. 3. La casa reúne energía de los paneles solares en el techo y la energía se almacena en las baterías. (Cuanto menos luz solar, menos energía se puede almacenar para el uso.) Cuando las baterías se drenan del uso, usted tendrá que esperar la luz del sol para comenzar el proceso de carga otra vez. Recomiendo usar la luz natural de las muchas ventanas durante el día, los sensores de ocupación encenderán las luces automáticamente por la noche. * Los ordenadores portátiles se encuentran entre los artículos con mayor consumo de energía que se cargan mejor cuando el sol está fuera. (No plancha o secador de pelo) 4. Ser una casa del árbol, es 16 'fuera de la tierra. Mientras que hay escaleras cómodas que conducen a la ducha al aire libre, una escalera empinada de estilo escalera (7 ') te lleva a la casa principal. He instalado una polea impresionante para ayudar a sacar el equipaje. * Por favor reserve solamente si usted siente que tiene la capacidad de subir una escalera. 5. La gente siempre preguntar sobre los mosquitos, pero en los 8 meses de construcción, nunca he sido poco! Hay algunos pequeños insectos, mosquitos y polillas fuera que se sienten atraídos por la luz, pero mis vecinos siempre comentan sobre la falta de ellos. Geckos son nuestros amigos! Ellos ayudan a mantener los insectos lejos. Por favor, siéntase libre de usar el spray de mosquito ubicado en el baño. 6. Además de una lluvia suave en el techo, hay algunos otros ruidos de ser conscientes de. La bomba de agua hará una pequeña cantidad de ruido como se utiliza. Por la noche, coqui ranas le enviará a dormir mientras que ligeramente llamar a los demás. He incluido un spa de estilo ruido blanco / máquina de sonido si tienes problemas para dormir por la noche. Yo quería ser más minucioso para incluir cualquier obstáculo menor (aunque la mayoría Airbnb no) así que sabes qué esperar porque sé que tu estancia aquí será una experiencia verdaderamente rara y extraordinaria.
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Just 8 miles from the National Park, the perfect getaway is 16' in the air. This tiny house is actually quite large and features vaulted ceilings and windows everywhere you look, with trees and forest surrounding you. Sleep in the loft with the stars as you dream about your next adventure on the queen-sized Tempur-Pedic mattress. Listen to records on the daybed, grill on the large deck or relax in the 144 sq ft hammock-bed as you consider extending your vacation one. more. day.

The lava-rock cinder driveway leads you through the hand-cleared jungle and solar-powered gate to your new favorite getaway. Park and ascend the stairway to treehouse heaven.

1st stop is the hand-weaved hammock bed roughly 12' X 12' large. As you hang there, checking out the numerous local plants and birds all around, you'll know it was 100 hours worth of work well spent.

Next level up is sure to be a favorite area. The outdoor shower featuring a very large rain showerhead gently flows the natural rainwater the house catches from the roof. A curtain ensures privacy while you enjoy the view of lush jungle landscape. The natural soap and hair products you use ensure that the water that disappears through the floor helps to grow the foliage even more.

Towel off and ascend the alternating tread staircase to the trapdoor. Because it's not a treehouse without a trapdoor. Close it behind you to enjoy the beautiful treetop views encompassing the large deck. Bring up your luggage with the pulley(!) and unwind on the outdoor sofa. Consider making pancakes on the griddle-stove or reaching for whatever you've placed in the heavily insulated cooler as you step through the sliding glass door and enter the main area of the house.

Pinch yourself as you wonder if you're still outside. The 27 windows may play panoramic tricks on you because everywhere you look, more forest and sunlight follows. The naturally-stained wood siding throughout guides your gaze to the vaulted ceilings. Take off your shoes on the mango wood bench and stay awhile.

The bathroom to your right just past the reclaimed door includes a waterfall sink encased in more local wood. Also, an eco-friendly flushing toilet and ʻōhiʻa tree branches that seem to be sprouting up all over the house.

More trees can be spotted in the living room area of the house holding up the loft and lighting fixtures. As the sun goes down, the motion-activated lights kick on and you wonder why you haven't gone off-grid sooner. A daybed with twin-size mattress appears to be swinging in the breeze and its the perfect spot to listen to the growing vinyl collection on house-filling speakers. You can also make your own music as you have fun trying your hand at the vintage-style drum machine or travel back in time with the retro View-Master picture goggles.

The kitchen area rests in front of the largest window of the house and features a hand-hammered copper sink, pull-down faucet, and custom-built cutting board which sits recessed in the countertop allowing easy preparation for anything you can come up with. All are inside of a large handcrafted mango-wood slab which it turns out is the perfect spot to prepare something to grill.

Finally, after a long day of exploration, ascend the loft staircase to the bedroom. Here, at 23 feet up, the cathedral-style windows and 7' ceiling greet you and grant access to a view that has to be seen to be believed. If the stars or moon are out, bring them up close through the astronomy binoculars or just gaze at them from the Tempur-Pedic mattress as you drift off to sleep resting for tomorrow's adventure.

Yeah, there's no wi-fi.

Guests have access to all areas of the home, that's what I've designed it for! I think I succeeded in building my dream home, so please treat it with care so that others may enjoy as well.
-The only exception for access would be underneath the house where the water is collected. There are a few machines there that keep the house running properly that would be best left alone.

Here is a list of amazing amenities that are available to you:
•Hammock Bed
•Outdoor Shower
•Organic Soap/Shampoo
•Towels
•Sofa, Daybed and Bed
•Clean Sheets
•Astronomy Binoculars
•Record Player and Vinyl Collection
•Harmon/Kardon Bluetooth Speaker
•Drum Machine
•White Noise/Sound Machine
•Books
•Outlets (3-prong and USB styles)
•Kitchen and Bathroom Sink
•Cutting Board, Dishes and Utensils
•Cooler for Food and Drink
•Solar Flashlight
•Ample Parking

I've designed this home so that you can have a truly amazing stay and be entirely self-sufficient. I have stayed in a great many Airbnbs and I've always preferred those that allowed me to discover the place on my own. I do not reside on the Big Island year-round, but I can always be reached by phone, text or email. Thankfully, my neighbors are great and I have someone who can help to handle any problems as soon as possible if they should they arise.

The treehouse is located on a quiet gravel road just minutes from the highway.

A few of the friendliest neighbors you're ever going to meet are nearby, but unless you pass them driving on the road, you may not have the pleasure.

The treehouse is 25 miles from Hilo, 28 miles from Pahoa and just over 4 miles from Volcano proper.

I've chosen this location for it's relative remoteness and designed it to be a perfect escape for couples or individuals seeking a getaway paradise.

While there are a couple of great restaurants and places for groceries/ice/liquor in Volcano (check my guidebook for more info), if you have the opportunity to stop in Hilo or Keaau you will find the cheapest and most plentiful options there.

A rental car (any size) is recommended to access the property, but hitch-hiking is fairly common along the highway if that's your thing.

BEFORE YOU BOOK
I want to make sure you enjoy the Big Tiny Treehouse as much as I enjoyed building it, so please read this brief list of considerations in full before you book. Thanks!

I've designed this off-grid home with a dream to enjoy the comforts of a lavish hotel room that was stuck in the middle of a jungle. There are some minor trade-offs that come along with such a home.

1. The rich forest that surrounds the house grows so well because of the amount of rain that we get up here in Volcano. It's actually quite enjoyable to get caught up in every once in awhile and luckily, this house runs on rainwater!

2. The water caught on the roof and used in the shower and faucets is not filtered for drinking. There will be a large container of drinking water for you to enjoy for your stay.

3. The house gathers power from the solar panels on the roof and energy is then stored in batteries. (The less sunlight, the less energy can be stored for use.) When the batteries are drained from use, you will have to wait for sunlight to start the charging process again.
I recommend using the natural light from the many windows during the day, the occupancy sensors will turn on lights automatically at night.
*Laptops are among the most power hungry items which are best charged when the sun is out. (No irons or hairdryers)

4. Being a treehouse, it is 16' off of the ground. While there are comfortable stairs leading to the outdoor shower, a steep ladder-style staircase (7') takes you to the main house. I have installed an awesome pulley to help pull up luggage.
*Please only book if you feel that you have the ability to climb a ladder.

5. People always ask about mosquitos, but in the 8 months building, I've never been bit! There are a few small bugs, mosquitos and moths outside that are attracted to light, but my neighbors always remark about the lack of them. Geckos are our friends! They help to keep the bugs away. Please feel free to use the mosquito spray located in the bathroom.

6. Besides some gentle rain on the roof, there are some other noises to be aware of. The water pump will make a small amount of noise as it is used.
At night, coqui frogs will send you off to sleep as they lightly call out to each other.
I've included a spa-style white noise/sound machine if you have trouble sleeping at night.

I wanted to be extra thorough to include any minor hindrance (even though most Airbnb's don't) so you know what to expect because I know that your stay here will be a truly rare and extraordinary experience.

Atención a los huéspedes

Tengo grandes vecinos cercanos que pueden ayudar en el caso de cualquier emergencia, pero estoy ubicado en Maui.
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I have great neighbors nearby who can help out in the case of any emergencies, but I am located on Maui.


Servicios
Cocina
Lugar de estacionamiento privado
Champú
Elementos básicos

Precios
Personas adicionales $20 / noche más de 2 huéspedes
Tarifa de limpieza $50
Descuento por semana: 20%
Comunícate siempre a través de Airbnb
Para que tus pagos estén protegidos, nunca transfieras dinero ni te comuniques desde afuera de la página o la aplicación de Airbnb.
Más información

Lugares para dormir
Dormitorio 1
1 cama tamaño queen
Zonas comunes
1 cama individual

Reglas de la casa
Prohibido fumar
No se admiten mascotas
No se admiten fiestas o eventos
No adecuado o inseguro para niños (0-12 años)
La hora de llegada es a partir de las 15:00
Salida antes de las 12:00

Check-in is at 3:00PM
Check-out is at 12:00 PM

This is a treehouse, so if you have difficulty with steep stairs or an aversion to heights, unfortunately, this may not be the place for you.

There are no open flames allowed inside the house or on the lanai.

Smoking is allowed on the porch downstairs, please be sure to pick up your cigarette butts.

Have fun! That's a rule.


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Disponibilidad
Estancia mínima de 1 noche

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Perfil de usuario de Tom
Octubre de 2017
Awesome place with lots of small details that make it feel bigger than it is. Some details include the Japanese knife, a great record player and Bluetooth speaker, and the woodworking throughout the house. Communication was super easy too.

Perfil de usuario de Pauline
Octubre de 2017
The Big Tiny Treehouse was the most unique and memorable Airbnb we have stayed in. In addition to the interesting design of the place, we thoroughly appreciated the little luxurious details - a very comfy memory foam bed, high powered telescope, awesome records selection, quality Japanese kitchen knife, good selection of spices, great little outdoor griddle, and overall just fantastic design that’s simple and functional without skimping on quality. Exploring each handmade part of the little treehouse was a delight. You can tell a good deal of thought was put into the usage of each area, and how to make the most of the space while keeping the design natural and minimal. We loved the tree branches used as handrails, and the wooden slab kitchen counter with built in chopping board was adorable. My husband spent most of the time lying on the huge outdoor hammock, or lounging in the outdoor living area. The location was perfect too - just 15 minutes away from Volcanoes National Park, and secluded in a forest, with only the sounds of birds, coqui frogs, and the occasional rooster in the distance. Mahalo Levi and Devin for our best Airbnb experience yet!

Perfil de usuario de Ray
Octubre de 2017
This big tiny treehouse was the BEST!! Perfect location for exploring Volcanoes National Park and driving to Kalapana for lava viewing. But, secluded enough to be the perfect little treehouse in the jungle that I hoped for. We LOVED it! The bed was super comfy. The outdoor shower was amazing with the hot water (almost a little too hot) and everything else was just perfect. The hosts are very responsive and have added all the perfect touches. One of our new favorite places, can't wait to return!!!

Perfil de usuario de Tyler
Octubre de 2017
Levi's place is as advertised. A terrific spot to relax off-grid, but plenty close to Volcano Village and Volcanoes National Park for day and nighttime exploration. Would love to come back on a future trip to the Big Island.

Perfil de usuario de Elizabeth
Septiembre de 2017
We had an incredible time at the Treehouse! The instructions were great and made everything go so smoothly. The house was so clean with sweet little touches throughout. I'm a little bit of a snob when it comes to bed comfort- and hands down the bed was amazing! I think my husband and I slept for 9 hours straight! The seclusion and beauty of this place is wonderful. I would definitely come back here again!! 5 stars all around!

Perfil de usuario de Elaine + Joseph
Septiembre de 2017
This place is so, so cool and it's ideal for anyone looking to get away from the touristy hustle & bustle. It's located on a beautiful little slice of forest in the middle of a secluded subdivision off the highway to VNP. We saw maybe three people in the area during our two night stay, and they all gave us friendly waves but otherwise kept to themselves. Check-in was a breeze, as Levi and Devin proactively reached out in the days before to make sure we had everything we needed as far as directions went, and they made themselves very available via email/phone during our stay (although we didn't need to contact them). The treehouse itself is very comfortable and very well-appointed. It was the perfect spot to unwind after a long day of hiking; just crack open a cold beer or bottle of wine (pick up some ice before you drive in!), lounge on the daybed, and put on some records, and the sounds of Bob Marley (supported by a chorus of coqui frogs) will lull you right to sleep... We didn't have any problem with bugs, despite the lush location; my husband and I are both very sensitive and attractive to mosquitoes, and we didn't get a single bite here (although we did get eaten alive elsewhere on the island). Also worth noting – this was by far the most comfortable bed we slept in during our trip (and a big chunk of our time was spent at a fancy 4.5-star resort, for comparison). The icing on the cake was waking up early on our second night and, after mostly rainy/overcast days, seeing the sky speckled with countless stars right from our bed. And just a heads-up: the roads are unlit, and starting halfway through, unpaved – certainly an adventure in our 2WD rental – but it's not that much of a difficulty to navigate, although I would suggest downloading offline maps of the area in case your cell coverage isn't great.

Perfil de usuario de Brianne
Septiembre de 2017
Such a beautiful hideaway! Loved every minute we spent here. The tree house is by far the best airbnb we've ever stayed in. We loved all the special little touches that made it feel cozy and unique. The bed was also extremely comfortable, and waking up surrounded by trees was magical. The only part that was a fun challenge was the shower, which was either icy or scalding. We opted for icy and it was a refreshing way to start our day! Bring some playing cards, a good book, and some wine and enjoy the escape! Thanks Levi!!

Kihei, Hawái, Estados UnidosSe registró en Abril 2015
Perfil de usuario de LeviLevi es SuperAnfitrión.

Aloha,

My name is Levi and I'm a Filmmaker/Editor/Bartender/Carpenter from Maui.

My travels around the world have led me to countless stays in Airbnbs and finally, in 2016, I decided to build my own.

I built the Big Tiny Treehouse with my brother in the fall of 2016 over the course of 8 months in an attempt to create the perfect Airbnb that I would love to stay in myself.
Through lots of hard work, I believe we have created that; just check our reviews!

I invite you to come stay with us and if you have any questions about our house or the Big Island, please let me know!

Talk to you soon,

Levi

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