In the interest of sharing Sunset Ranch, now permanently protected from development, we do our very best to provide one of the most exclusive event venues in Hawaii. As discussed in our November 2011 blog, event clients are provided exclusive access to the property for the entire day of their event. In addition, we provide clients exclusive access to two guest suites in the main ranch house. The guest suites can be used throughout the duration of the client’s event (overnight accommodations are not provided). Here is a brief description of the ranch house, and the guest suites that are included in the site fee:
Ranch House and Guest Suites
Nestled atop Waimea Valley on the North Shore of Oahu, Sunset Ranch is one of the largest private estates on the island. The approximate 30 acre property, also known as Pu’u O Kolea (Plover Hill), is one of the most private, secluded areas on Oahu, with spectacular views of the northwest side of the island. Sunset Ranch’s elegant beauty, pristine views and gentle breezes make this special property like no other.
The plantation-style ranch house, originally built in 1975 and renovated in 2008, includes a guest bedroom wing that is made available to all event clients. The guest suites are adjacent the event venues “Charlie’s Pond”, “Sunset Vista” and “Fern’s Garden”. They are also within close walking distance of “Sunset Meadow” and “Sunset Stables”.
The guest suites are separate key entry and each provide a luxurious 350 square feet of living space that includes: private bathrooms, walk-in cedar closets, and spacious river rock showers. Amenities include: peruvian travertine flooring, luxury ranch furnishings and bedding, and flat screen televisions. Each guest suite opens up to breathtaking ocean, island and ranch views from a spacious veranda that surrounds the ranch house. We’re excited to share these special suites with our event clients! For more information on our guest suites, please contact us at: [email protected], or call us at (808)638-8333 or toll free at (855)638-8333. Mahalo!