ALoha! I've been living in Volcano for the past 30 years, originally from Florida and moved here after working in Puerto Rico in early 70's to work for the sugar plantations who were thriving in the 70's and 80's. I've acquired a wealth of information about this fabulous place from traveling all over the island from the mountains to the sea ~ and I'd love to share these adventures with guests. Just ask, as we all love to "Talk Story". My wife and I started the Aloha Junction in 2000, after all the kids moved out. We renovated it and turned it into the Aloha Junction Bed and Breakfast: (website: hidden) My wife is now a recently retired elementary school teacher at Mt. View School, she also takes care of the business side of the bed and breakfast. I enjoy greeting the guests and talking story with them...it's like we're all amateur geologists here who love to talk about the volcano, recent activity, where to go and what to see because it's constantly changing. Just check with me ~ I can keep you up to date. I also enjoy serving a full, breakfast, and having. Please join us and let us take care of your travel needs in an affordable and fabulous way.
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About a mile from the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, this 2500 square foot prior plantation house offers spacious, comfortable and affordable accommodations for world-wide travelers. Because the entrance is gated, you can feel safe and secure on this plenty-of-room-to-roam around property . We are located on a private…
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100% of guests would stay again
Left on Oct 31, 2013 for a stay in September 2013
B&B; is separate house from owner. Full use of kitchen and common space which is nice. Very close to Nat'l park. Robert very helpful with the area. Heritage Suite could use a new bed and the bathroom is basically a closet, but the room is big enough. Breakfast is average.