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We stayed four days at the Jacaranda Inn. The room was dirty, unkept, and very disappointing. There were cobwebs and dust every where. In addition, ants on the floor, the bathroom tile look like it had not been mopped in months and so much food...More
I LOVE THE JAC.
I discovered this property 4 years ago while on assignment on the big Island.
Waimea, especially, has a unique and lovely peace. Due to Keck they have rules about the amount of outdoor lights in town....so nightfall means literally...nightfall. Next light...More
The room's appearance was nice, clean, the bed was acceptable. No a/c no screens on the windows or doors. The insects were not deterred by the best of bug repellent. The age of the building showed it's presence in the lobby and in the room.
A group of us stayed in different rooms at the Inn. Nice quiet getaway to enjoy a Big Isle. Nice walk around the property in the up-country altitude. Each traveler had his/her room with a different feel. Would be nice to bring a family to...More
This is an inn; no breakfast. And don't expect hosts to hover. It is a fascinating and historic building that has grown over the years. Once it was home to a Parker Ranch manager, later Lawrence Rockefeller's quarters. The sprawling public rooms, library, and billiard...More
Response from Cathleen C | Reviewed this property |
It used to be a bed and breakfast but they stopped doing that in 2006. However I recommend that you stay at the Waimea Country Lodge. At the Jacaranda Inn my husband and I got bit really bad by mosquitos after about a week... More
It used to be a bed and breakfast but they stopped doing that in 2006. However I recommend that you stay at the Waimea Country Lodge. At the Jacaranda Inn my husband and I got bit really bad by mosquitos after about a week it didn't get any better so we checked out and stayed at the Waimea Country Lodge. In the same parking lot there is a restaurant called Paniolo country Inn and just about a mile down the same street is Hawaiian Style Cafe and they to have really good breakfast.(The Cafe is cash only, but well worth it).