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Just got back from our fourth trip to the Big Island, and our fourth stay at the TeaPot Cottage (we wouldn't visit the Big Island without staying there--we plan our trips around it's availability) and it was as wonderful as always. The cottage has every...More
The Volcano Teapot is our home away from home, but better. First of all, you have a cottage to yourself amongst tree fern and ohi'a forest, covered in beautiful flowers. A winding path leads to your private hot tub in the woods separated from the...More
We spent 4 days at the Volcano Teapot in August 2008.
While we took a long route to get here, flying into Kona, we were absolutely delighted when we arrived. I expect flying into Hilo would have been a better idea!
The cottage is located...More
For this trip to the Big Island we decided to do something different.
All of our trips include Volcano, but this time it was first place we headed. The Teapot was exactly what we needed. After 2 days there we no longer knew what day...More
We loved the Teapot Cottage. It is set in the most beautiful grounds. It has a fantastic hot tub and wonderful flora and fauna in the huge grounds. Everything that you could think of needing is provided. There are books (including vital travel books to...More
I've stayed the cottage for 3 nights two days ago before came to Kona. The cottage has screens. You can open the windows of course, the screens keeps you from mosquitos. Actually I didn't see any mosquitos. I did not need... More
I've stayed the cottage for 3 nights two days ago before came to Kona. The cottage has screens. You can open the windows of course, the screens keeps you from mosquitos. Actually I didn't see any mosquitos. I did not need A/C either. It is cool enough daytime and fireplace makes you warm at night time which is very easy to work.