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Milolii Magic Big Island
  Website: www.miloliimagic.com/

Contact: Bill & Jamie Perry
E-mail: cottageswithaview@yahoo.com
Phone: (808) 936-4661

Address - Map & Directions
88-1507 Eha Ave
Milolii Beach Lots, HI 96704

Island: Big Island

Service Area: South Kona, Milolii


On the southern end of the Big Island, away from the hustle and bustle of tourist and traffic, you can make your own magic - be it shelling, snorkeling, creating your own mosaic masterpiece, or just sitting on the lanai watching for whales and the beautiful ocean sunset. Discover the joy and passion of the Big Island of Hawaii of our unique home rentals located between South Kona and Hilo.


Our goal is to create an interesting, fun, and unique place where guests return for new adventures, more rest and quiet, and to see what new and exciting art we have created. We look forward to meeting you.

Step onto the Big Island of Hawaii with a perfect place to relax and listen to the silence. Away from the city lights, there are beautiful sunsets, beaches to explore, and a nighttime sky that makes you feel like you can reach up and touch the stars.

Electricity comes from the solar collectors and this all solar home allows relaxation, without a television or phone, in a smoke-free environment to truly rejuvenate oneself. Water is collected from the roof and heated by the sun. You may even choose to cook using the direct sunlight captured with a Solar Sun oven.

Located near the last remaining Hawaiian fishing village of Miloli’i, you will be 45 minutes south of Kailua-Kona off Highway #11. With 180 degree views of the Ocean, you are a short walk to some of the best snorkeling on the island.

Five miles down the hill from the highway, "Cottage with a View" and "The Jewel" are located between Kona and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Trips to Kona or Hilo for sightseeing and shopping are easily done in a day. With the South Kona Green Market selling "From the land...by our hand" local produce in Captain Cook each Sunday and Heidi’s near the turn off at the top of the hill selling local goods three days a week, you can find many treats of the Island without the need to venture too far.

Enjoy hiking, fishing, sightseeing, swimming, snorkeling, diving, boating, sailing, shelling, star gazing, or simply resetting and refreshing themselves by reading, writing, or doing their favorite art and craft project.

Whale Season is from December to April and you may see spinner dolphins, monk seals, or turtles any time of the year. All you need is groceries and your bathing suit to start a wonderful vacation!

Off-The-Grid Living
Treading lightly on the ‘Aina
The great thing about being off the grid is you can basically live like you normally would while knowing that you are treating the land with the upmost respect. Just leave your hair dryer and television at home and come enjoy the carefree experience of being independent and self-sufficient.

Electricity:
Solar Power! Solar collectors are mounted on the top of each home to gather the energy that the sun offers each day. Batteries store all the extra so when you turn on lights and appliances in the evening there is plenty of power available to meet your needs. This 12 volt system sips lightly with the LED and florescent bulbs that are strategically mounted right where needed. Motion sensors are an additional help to turn on exterior lights only when needed.

Water:
Small holding tanks are located under each of the vacation rentals. When it rains, the metal roof delivers the water directly into the tank, and when full, the extra gets held in an additional tank shared by both homes. Although screens are used to filter the water, it is recommended that you drink bottled water from a nearby public source. Solar power is used to power the pumps needed to move water back up to the faucets and toilets. Heating of the water is done by the sun and provides an ample supply for your basic needs. "Gray water" from the showers is used to water plants on the property.

Refrigeration and Cooking:
Our rentals have special solar powered refrigerators to keep your food supplies in top shape. The Sundanzer Model works amazing well with the solar system. An additional freezer turns on by timer several times each day to keep additional staples close at hand. You may choose to cook by sunlight with the Solar Sun Oven or burn propane gas on an outdoor grill on the lanai. "Cottage With A View" has a small propane oven in the kitchen, if needed.

History of Miloli‘i Area:
Miloli‘i is well known today to be the last surviving native Hawaiian Fishing Village. In 1926 the nearby village of Ho‘opuloa was wiped out entirely by the lava flow of Mauna Loa and was subsequently rebuilt. The narrow six mile roadway from highway 11 to Miloli‘i was first constructed in the early 1960’s in order for film crews to capture scenes for the Elvis Presley movie "Girls, Girls, Girls". Until recently, to build and live off this road each property had to be self sufficient as none of the common ulitities were available. The community grew as the road widened and power poles and phone lines made their way down the hill in 2005. Still known as a tight knit community, the area continues to grow very slowly, keeping the pace and resiliency of the native people close to home.
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