Aloha and welcome to our organic corner of Paradise. This huge 1600 sq foot 2 bed, 1 bath living space is near rare Green & Black Sand Beaches on a 20 acre Organic Farm Estate. We grow and roast our own coffee, produce the best organic macadamia nuts on the Island, and make chocolate macadamia nut butter! There are plenty of lambs and turkeys wandering the land. Peace, security, serenity and the beauty of great Nature abounds. Support this organic family farm by staying here at Ai Lani Orchards.
If you have a big group of family reunion ask about our Large Farm house!
Acesso de hóspedes
Back covered lanai with garden
Interação com hóspedes
You can always find us between 10 am and 5 pm at our Fruit Stand! We are busy farmers and we go to bed early and get up early.
Outras coisas a ter em conta
You will see bugs! We are an organic farm!
- Quiet Hours are 10 PM to 6 AM
- No shoes in the house in Hawaii!
- No Poison or Toxic Substance on Our Organic Farm
- No illegal substances
- No weapons allowed on Property
- Please CLOSE all gates you open
- No picking Fruit without Owner's instructions
- Please do not move furniture or adjust any settings or knobs
- No hunting on Property
- No fires without Owners Permission and Fire Permit
- Events allowed with Owners Permission
- NO FREAKING OUT OVER BUGS. You may see a few roaches, geckos and other little critters. They are all organic. We are an ORGANIC FARM:-)
WATER & ELECTRICITY:
In our effort to be sustainable the house is on a solar water heater so you need to take short showers as you can run out of hot water. The house is on a tank water system so best don't drink the tap water---drink and cook and brush teeth with the water labeled "drinking water" in the five gallon jug in your kitchen. This is the best spring water and we can show you how to fill up your jug once you arrive. Please turn off lights/fans when not in use or when you leave for the day.
ORCHARD AND BUGS ETC:
We are an organic orchard in the tropics so YOU WILL SEE BUGS! Our Hawaiian centipedes DO STING so please be careful if you see one, either kill it with a heavy shoe (they are tough) or RUN! They DO occasionally enter the houses (about 3 in fifteen years) We have LOADS of baby lambs in December and January, but please just watch them or take photos from the gate as the Mom's may butt you if you get too close. Please feel free to ask any questions of us once you arrive and of course if you have any questions or concerns.
Mahalo (Thank you in Hawaiian)