The Aloha Junction B&B is located in Volcano Village just behind the Post Office noted for proximity to the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park 1 mile away and restaurants in town. Guests also enjoy the 1930's old plantation structure providing five spaciousness rooms and electric blankets for those chilly nights in the rainforest. In addition free parking and well attended-to well-behaved children are welcome.
Each room has it's own coffee maker, mini fridge and microwave but a "must have" is a complimentary breakfast including fresh-ground coffee, Papaya-banana boats along with sausages and toast or yogurt and boiled eggs.
After spending time in this "Drive-in" style National Park, most people want to include to hike. The Park Headquarters have maps to include range of difficulty ~ but evidence shows even the strongest skeptics that Kilauea is still a very active volcano.
The B&B was intimate, welcoming, and homey. A quick 5 minutes from Volcano National Park makes it a perfect stay before/after some exploring! While we only stayed one night and it was a bit chilly, the house has everything you need: good wifi, parking, toiletries, etc. and a great host! Robert explained everything and shared a bit of the history of the house; he also showed us around and we were delighted to enjoy his breakfast the next morning. He mentioned that the house was scheduled to undergo renovation soon, and while it’s not eminent that it happens, I’m sure the next guests would greatly enjoy it! For our family that stayed near the back of the house, the farm has chickens and a rooster that may be a bit confused and passionate about when the sun rises ^_^” Another thing that may be a bit odd to mention: the shower area is spacious and nicely appointed, but the shower curtain wasn’t long enough to keep the splashed/sprinkle of water in the shower basin… otherwise, there’s really nothing negative about this experience, especially once the renovation is finished I’m sure Aloha Junction will be even more amazing!…
Good location and clean. Looked like they are new owners and our room was just finished.could hear guest next door , needs to insulate doors and would like to have some spoons and glasses to drink from.
We used the Pele suite for two nights. It is a great low key and very close base for the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. We very much appreciated the small annex to the room which had a microwave, small fridge, and table. Perfect for either COVID-caution meal prep (or introverts). Very convenient to also have the full kitchen right outside the door. Like many Hawaii properties, there is no central heat, but the wall heater and heated mattress pad (dual control) made the room very comfortable. The King bed was very comfortable. (Didn't use the queen bed). Very clean, neat, and welcoming. Quiet location. Fast WIFI. and yay! electric kettles! Limited tea selection, but we brought our own. We missed one breakfast while we were in the park, but the second one had a variety of options and was above average, with a papaya and banana boat, mac pancakes, pork sausage, boiled eggs, yoghurt, juice, coffee. If you are GF or Vegan, you might need to supplement it. There is enough room to stay 6 feet apart from other guests if you are COVID cautious. We also appreciated the in-room coat rack with numerous hooks, as the ~122 inches a year of rainfall guarantees wet gear that needs to dry out. Consider adding covered lockable bike rack or storage? And we couldn't tell if there is a dryer accessible to guests. (see wet gear note above). …
Wonderful Bed & Breakfast! Not far from Volcano National Park. Everything was ready for our arrival - it was comfortable and very clean. The breakfast in the morning was delicious as well. We definitely enjoyed our stay.
This is a charmingly renovated older plantation-style house with lovely gardens and chickens in the back garden - providing breakfast eggs. Our room was beautifully decorated with its own heater (which we needed for 50-ish degree mornings in January). Breakfast was in a charming room where we could visit with other guests, including papaya and bananas, simple eggs or pancakes and cereals and yogurts. The living room is not well enough lighted for evening use and it and the dining room are cold in the morning. It is only about 5 miles from Volcanoes National Park, which was the main reason for our visit; Richard told us about restaurants nearby.
This bed and breakfast is in a beautiful location that is very convenient for visiting Volcano National Park. Robert was a wonderful host, providing a clean, wonderful room with a delicious breakfast each morning. I would definitely recommend staying here!
Aloha Junction was the perfect base for a two day visit to Hawaii Volcano National Park. The grounds were beautiful, the house lovely and the breakfast filling and elegant. Especially important was the welcome for our Husky, even at breakfast. We will stay here again.
Wonderful service, and a great location. Robert was friendly, knowledgeable about the area and made fresh breakfast every morning for us. Our room was clean and had all we needed. Only a couple of minutes to the Nationals Park and cafes.
The accommodation is in a private house with a total of 5 rooms. The room was spacious, but the window was adjacent to the terrace where other guests came and if the blinds were not used, everyone would see everything with you. You must keep the blinds closed. There was a smell in the room and especially in one of the two bathrooms. Bathrooms and toilets were of an older date, they would need renovation. The breakfast was average, quite small portions and not a big selection. Parking was free and right next to the entrance to the house. Unfortunately, they paid for the accommodation twice, because it was the only accommodation that did not refund us for the first booking at the start of the covid epidemic in 2020, and no one from the accommodation spoke to us about it. Please note that accommodation reservations are non-refundable and deduct money immediately.…
We absolutely love Aloha Junction B&B, and will stay there whenever we visit the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. This was our third visit. We stayed in the spacious Peacock Room which overlooks the back garden area, a very lovely space, peaceful, and quiet. It also has its own lanai. Breakfast was also served. We highly recommend this beautiful property!
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