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About 3240 Noela Drive
Once home to a family of seven, this sprawling two-story residence graciously lends itself to bed and breakfast guests. It is eclectically furnished with contemporary art (some of it Joanne's) and a mix of Hawaiian and American antiques – casual and comfy. Indoor blends with outdoors in the kind of Hawaiian home typical of fifty years ago. The rooms are airy with big glass doors that slide open to wide lanais shaded by huge tropical trees. When in flower, the scents of mock orange, Tahitian gardenia, puakenikeni, and Singapore plumeria blend to become a nostalgic memory of your visit to Hawaii and first visit to this special place, Diamond Head Bed & Breakfast.

Three suites are reserved for guest use. Each suite has a private bath, TV, mini fridge, and outdoor lanai or deck.
Meet Joanne
Joanne was born in Coos Bay, Oregon and moved after college to Hawaii, her husband's home. After living on the outside islands for twenty years the family moved back to O’ahu and into 3240 Noela Drive, now home of 44 years.

In 1986, with five children grown and away, she decided the house would adapt nicely to bed and breakfast and opened it for guests.
Besides her involvement with B and B she was active in the local art scene, serving two terms as commissioner on The State Foundation of Culture and Art, and Trustee/Emeritus on the Honolulu Museum of Art Board. She is also an honorary member of the Garden Club of Honolulu.