4 Volcano Village Vacation Rentals near Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park

Volcano Heritage Cottages are 4 fully licensed vacation rentals located in and around Volcano Village, Hawaii, an artists community in the lush rainforest of the Puna District. The cottages and Volcano Village are located just 5 minutes from Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, 45 minutes from Hilo, and 2 hours from Kailua-Kona, making Volcano Village, Hawaii an ideal vacation destination.

Village roots go back to the 1890’s when the Log Cabin and Lyman House were built. In 1916 when the United States created Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, homes which were situated in the Park were relocated to the Village. Many of these were second homes and cottages and they still provide lodging for those visiting the Park today.

Begin the journey, explore our Volcano Village, Hawaii Vacation Rentals:

Pi’i Mauna House

Located on the 6th fairway of the Volcano Golf Course. Two bedrooms located in two units connected by a lanai with hot springs spa. Sleeps six.

The Hideaway

A second story carriage house apartment adjacent to Kilauea Lodge. Sleeps two comfortably, a rollaway can accommodate a third.

Tutu’s Place

A darling two bedroom 1929 Volcano Village summer cottage that sleeps up to five. It’s located across from Ola’s Plantation House, both homes can be rented together for larger gatherings.

Ola’a Plantation House

A two bedroom 1929 cottage that sleeps up to five. Located across from Tutu’s Cottage making the two homes together the idea choice for larger groups.

“The grounds were beautiful and we were surrounded by the sounds of wildlife. Best of all, our cottage was only five minutes to the entrance of Volcano National Park where we enjoyed hiking, exploring, and the monthly After Dark in the Park event!”

Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park

The Park, home of Hawaii’s active volcano Kilauea, offers miles of scenic overlook and trails. Stunning vistas are studded with drifting clouds of steam which make touring the park an experience to remember. Within the park and surrounding areas visitors are also treated to glimpses of endangered birds such as the Nene, I’iwi and Amakihi.

On Sunday mornings, head down to the farmers’ market at Cooper’s Center for fresh cut flowers, locally grown vegetables, coffee, and grass feed beef. There are also baked goods and prepared dishes. It opens at 6am and closes at 10am, arrive early for the best selection.

Special thanks to photographers John Coney and Hawkins Biggins.