The Volcano Teapot Cottage

19-4041 Kilauea Road Box 511, Volcano, Hawaii 96785
Innkeeper(s): Bill & Antoinette Bullough
 

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  • Introduction

    The Volcano Teapot Cottage - Volcano, Hawaii

    Fall under the spell of this enchanting turn-of-the-century vacation rental cottage in the heart of Volcano Village, on the Big Island of Hawaii. The Volcano Teapot Cottage is nestled on 3 acres of rain forest and surrounded by beautifully landscaped grounds, this picturesque Hawaii vacation rental cottage invites you to experience the Hawaii of a bygone era.
    The Volcano Teapot Cottage was originally built in the early 1900's by a prominent Hilo businessman for family and friends to spend their summers enjoying the cool mountain climate and the awesome eruption of Kilauea Volcano just three miles away. Bill and Antoinette Bullough have lovingly restored one of the village's oldest "plantation-style" homes, and in the process have created one of the most romantic Hawaii vacation getaways the Big Island of Hawaii has to offer.
    Perfect for romantic retreats, couples dreaming of the perfect Hawaii honeymoon, or simply as a base camp for those who wish to explore Volcanoes National Park and the surrounding area. This rental cottage has everything needed to warm the heart and spirit. It is conveniently located near one of the Big Islands best vacation activities - Kilauea Volcano!

    The Volcano Teapot Cottage - Volcano, Hawaii

    "Our stay at the Volcano Teapot was truly delightful! It will be one of our fondest memories of our trip. We will see you again!" M & N Drury

    The Volcano Teapot Cottage - Volcano, Hawaii

    Each morning enjoy a relaxing breakfast consisting of homemade baked goods, tropical fruits and juices, an assortment of local coffees and countless varieties of teas. In the evening have a gourmet dinner delivered to your door by culinary chefs in the village. Candle light, fresh flowers, old-fashioned charm, a warm fireplace and the mystical seclusion of Volcano will be remembered always.

    "Our stay at the Volcano Teapot was truly delightful! It will be one of our fondest memories of our trip. We will see you again!" M & N Drury

  • Attractions

    A Walking tour of Volcano Village

    Sunday Farmer's Market in the village's community center, an array of local baked goods, tropical fruits and homemade prepared foods.

    Local restaurants and cafes with menus ranging from plate lunches and picnic fare to formal gourmet offerings.

    Gift shops and art galleries boasting prized local talents.

    A convenient general store, post office and gas stations.

    One mile away is the entrance to the Volcano National Park. Truly a natural wonder and often times awesome spectacle. Walk over just cooled lava to witness the earth's most active volcano, Kilauea Volcano.

    Not to be missed

    Historic Hilo Town. A walk along the waterfront shopping district will find quaint shops, restaurants, museums, farmers markets and beautiful waterside parks to mention a few of Hilo's charming sites.

    A spectacular drive along the Hamakua Coast with views of Mauna Kea, the highest peak in the Pacific Ocean, (often times snow capped in the winter months), waterfalls in lush tropical forests, picture-book ocean vistas and charming Hawaiian towns dotting the countryside are like a step back in time.