One of the Big Island’s most charming historic landmarks, Kilauea Lodge is known both for its accommodations and its upscale restaurant. The property, located in the town of Volcano just outside of Volcanoes National Park, was originally built as a YMCA camp in 1938 and has been a country inn since 1986. Twelve guest rooms and four nearby off-property units offer artistic touches such as stained glass windows and Hawaiian-style comforters. Full breakfast is included. The property also features a hot tub and WiFi.