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Hawaiian Plantation House.

Once a sugar plantation manager's house, this splendid white clapboard inn sits on 4 acres of lush foliage near the insland's northern tip. Its four two-bedroom suites, each with a sitting room and bathroom (guests share communal living, dining, and kitchen areas), go for $55 a night for one or two people; add $10 for each additional person. Up to 12 can rent the entire house for $165 a night.

Reservations are a must here; some people reserve almost a year in advance. Bring your own food or try one of several small restaurants in town.

From Kamuela, head north 20 miles on State 250; at the junction with State 270, turn east; look for the small sign on your right about 1/2 mile east of State 250.
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Title Annotation:Hawi, Hawaii
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Date:Jul 1, 1985
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