Lokahi Garden Sanctuary Vacation Rental/Farm Stay


 

Looking for a unique vacation destination that combines the the best that Hawaii has to offer? LGS is a travel destination providing lodging and so much more. The perfect setting for friends and family to gather and experience life Hawaiian style. With resort caliber amenities available as well as farm fresh produce delivered to your kitchen LGS is the place to make memories that will linger on long after.

Lokahi Lodge
Lokahi Lodge is a spectacular secluded custom-built 3 bedroom 3 bath quartzite-stone sided home of 2500 square feet on ten lush acres overlooking the vast Pacific Ocean. An indoor bamboo and fern garden greets you as you enter the front door. The interior features a great room with large beamed cathedral ceilings of aromatic Port Orford cedar. Floors of warm Brazilian cherry wood combined with cool polished and textured granite guide you to the large windows and sliding glass doors with sweeping ocean views. A magnificent well appointed kitchen with granite counters makes meal preparation a delight. The great room opens to a spacious lanai (porch) with views of the deep blue Pacific and the island of Maui. The lanai is made of rich ipe (iron-wood) held up by hand harvested Ohia posts featuring a porch swing, hammock, and an outdoor dining area for your enjoyment. A vegetable and flower garden grace the view towards the ocean. There are 3 attractive bedrooms, each with an ocean view, (one of which is a master suite with a large, deep granite bathtub) and three elegant bathrooms (including two outdoor showers). High-speed wireless computer access is available. A complete laundry center is conveniently located off of the kitchen.

 

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The Grounds

Lokahi Lodge is situated within our organic farm and botanical sanctuary with over 250 different plant species. You can stroll through the gardens and forest or find a quiet spot to fully appreciate the beauty and mystery of Hawaii. Additionally, you can walk our medicine wheel or swing in the hammock.


Lodging Options 

The entire lodge can be rented and is perfect for gatherings of families and friend.
Additionally Lokahi Lodge can be rented by the room. A single person or couple can rent a private bedroom and bath, with a separate entry and adjacent courtyard. Two couples or a small family can rent the guest wing that has two bedrooms and two baths again with a separate entry and a private courtyard. 


Rates
Lokahi Lodge: $350 per night, $2,450 per week, $8,200 per month.
A single bedroom with shared bath: $100 per night, $700 per week, $2,400 per month.
The 2 bedroom wing in bath: $190 per night, $1,330 per week, $4,000 per month.

Plus Cleaning fee and Hawaii Tax.   

Meals

Lokahi Garden Sanctuary offers a full range of healthy, gourmet meals prepared with love and expertise sourced from our organic gardens and orchards.  We often prepare fresh green drinks and juices from vegetables, fruits and herbs grown on our farm.

Please contact us for further details



REVIEWS FROM HAPPY GUESTS

 

Date of Stay
February 17, 2016

Francens W. said...We stayed four nights at the Lokahi Garden Sanctuary. A beautiful location on a working farm, this was a great launching off point to explore Hawi and the north side of the Big Island. While not walkable to the ocean, the views of the Pacific are fantastic, and you can see across to Maui on a clear day. The house is clean and well-appointed, with everything we could have needed. Our hosts were the right amount of welcoming (bringing us fruit from the farm) but otherwise hands off. Note that as a working farm, there a number of farmhands and others around during the day, but we found them unobtrusive and didn't even notice after a day or two. Highly recommend this spot to others, and would stay here again should we return to the Big Island.

 
Jan 16, 2016

5 Star Accommodations!

Date of Stay
January 7, 2016

Madeleine B. said...This place is truly a sanctuary. It is gorgeous, with windows across the entire wall overlooking the gardens and ocean. Beautiful accommodations for our family reunion. We enjoyed the large, nicely furnished great room, kitchen/dining room and the wonderful lanai for enjoying the outdoor living space. with table and outdoor furniture for eating and relaxing. We actually spent one day being at the house as it was a vacation all in itself! We were taken care of very well with fresh eggs and vegetables right from their organic gardens. Will be back to this garden sanctuary!!

 
Jan 25, 2016

Lokahi Garden Sanctuary in Heavenly Hawi

Date of Stay
December 28, 2015

Pat S. said...This beautiful, peaceful property was the perfect place for my family of four over the New Year's holiday. We rented the entire home for 4 days and found it to be even better than the listing description. Immaculate and lovingly cared for, this is indeed a sanctuary. The reservation process was straightforward and Dr. Liebmann and his wife Natalie made us feel welcome from the moment we arrived. We especially enjoyed touring their 7 acre organic farm with him and learning about the healing plants they grew and their delicious organic produce. The bedrooms and living area were spacious and the kitchen was exceptionally well-equipped. Perched on the tip of the north Kohala coast, this property had spectacular views of Maui's Haleakala volcano wreathed in clouds rising out of the ocean. Since this was the first visit to North Kohala for 3 of us, we drove to beaches and resorts along the Kawaihae coast all the way to Kona one day, visited Waimea another day and explored charming Hawi on the third day. We planned an evening departure on our last day and drove south of Hilo to visit Madame Pele in her home at Halemaumau Crater before flying back to Honolulu. The Jagger Museum is a must-see for anyone interested in volcanoes. We arrived and departed from Hilo rather than Kona. Hawi is almost equidistant from the two airports and I found rental cars to be much less expensive in Hilo. The driving distances can be long because of the massive size of Hawaii Island but the scenery that unfolds is unlike anywhere in Hawaii, especially on the drive from Waimea to Hawi. The lush green rolling pastures of the Parker Ranch and the peaks of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa were mesmerizing. No photograph could capture the vastness of the beauty, but we tried! Our family looks forward to our next visit to Lokahi Garden Sanctuary and we all recommend it highly.


 
Nov 18, 2013

Family bonding retreat

Date of Stay
November 6, 2013

My two adult children, their spouses, and our 21/2 year old just spent a week at Richard and Natalie's lovely serene home. It was perfect for us. The master bedroom is at one end of the house so we put the family with the baby there. They had their own bathroom and privacy. The house itself was way beyond my expectations. It was also well equipped for what we wanted to do which was relax, cook, explore, surf and beach. The hammock stretched between two lanai poles overlooking the organic farm and beautiful Pacific became the focal point for afternoon story time and early sunset watching. The house has no TV which suited us just fine, but excellent internet for those who needed to retreat for a bit of work or who may have wanted to watch late night movies in their rooms.The only reason I did not check the "good for romantic retreat button" was because it is a working farm and there are folks around. But we thoroughly enjoyed talking to Richard and Co. You will need a car to surf or beach, but there are endless lovely spots to be discovered. As mentioned by others, Hawi is a darling town with several really good places to eat and friendly folks. But is not like many "touristy" towns on other islands, at least it was not in early November. THe short 20+ minute drive to Waimia, is breathtaking as was almost every place we visited. There's a great kid park there for little kids, and Merrimans is a great place for farm/table food. If you get tired of the country ( which we didn't) there are lovely resort hotels just a short drive away. We found fresh fish markets, vegetable and fruit stands, and the kona airport is a dream compared to LaX. Also many local beaches in coves for little kids with small waves and surf beaches for big kids with big waves. In short I can't say enough. Mahalo Richard and Natalie. We would definitely return.