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Sacred Grounds Coffee Farm

#17 of 26 things to do in Captain Cook Features Animals
Mile Marker 109 Highway 11, Captain Cook, Island of Hawaii, HI 96704
+1 808-989-5143
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Lovely place with excellent coffee

Bill was very generous with his time and his produce. He answered all our questions, allowed us to... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
kns_6
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Millbrae, California
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Christian Retreat Rental

My wife and I stayed at Sacred Grounds Coffee Farm in ("Bills Ohana") recently. Bill's hospitality... read more

Reviewed 7 October 2016
donaldboone
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Modesto, California
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A great place to enjoy 100% Kona coffee from Sacred Grounds Coffee Farm. A Peaceful visitor center offers an amazing view of Kealakekua Bay. Try our Branch to Bar chocolate made here at Sacred Grounds, Macadamia nuts too.
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“Lovely place with excellent coffee”
7 Oct 2016
“Christian Retreat Rental”
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Mile Marker 109 Highway 11, Captain Cook, Island of Hawaii, HI 96704
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Bill was very generous with his time and his produce. He answered all our questions, allowed us to pick ripe fruits, and helped us crack fresh macadamia nuts. The coffee was great as was the homemade chocolate grown from his own cacao tree. Definitely worth...More

Thank kns_6
Reviewed 7 October 2016

My wife and I stayed at Sacred Grounds Coffee Farm in ("Bills Ohana") recently. Bill's hospitality coupled with the atmosphere and location were exceptionally motivating. Bill gave us a tour of his store where he makes beautiful pottery, jewelry and a variety of wood carvings...More

Thank donaldboone
Reviewed 28 May 2016 via mobile

We stopped in at the suggestion of the homeowners of where we are staying. Bill is a phenomenal man with a heart for people. Much more than a coffee stop. Great pottery and amazing grounds - 25 types of fruit on the property. We ended...More

Thank Jakecordell
Reviewed 9 December 2015

We stopped at this small plantation after seeing it numerous times on the road to Volcano National Park. What a gem! The owner Bill was very engaging and gave us a great tour of the property as well as coffee and homemade chocolate samples. The...More

Thank Snowbunny2205
Reviewed 4 November 2015

We stopped here based on other TA reviews and were not disappointed. We very much enjoyed talking with Bill and tasting his delicious coffee and chocolate. The farm has a jaw-dropping view from the hillside, as many of the coffee farms in that area do....More

2  Thank Geekgirl512
Reviewed 8 July 2015

Heard about this place after reading a couple reviews on TA and being a coffee snob of sorts (I love kona coffee) idecided to check it out. Mile marker 109 on hwy 11. walked in no one apparently there, but a voice from the deck...More

2  Thank ppollockaz
Reviewed 28 May 2015

The Sacred Grounds Coffee Farm is a must see. The place is absolutely stunning, beautiful and with a great view. Bill will be the gentleman there that will greet you, but he may be down working on his farm, but do give him a ring....More

2  Thank chris a
Reviewed 26 May 2014

What a treat it was to visit Bill a his authentic Kona coffee farm. Bill is an artisan, a craftsman, and a true coffee conesieur. We had a great tour of not only the facility but the farm as well, and even sampled some of...More

2  Thank MarieMiles
Reviewed 18 September 2013

on our first visit to buy coffee we met the owner Bill and discovered a man working strenuously to improve to be of the greatest service to his fellow man. He is openhearted,kind, knowledgable and generous. The coffee and other 27 crops he grows are...More

3  Thank carguise
Reviewed 21 June 2013

From the farm and it's delicious coffee and fruits, To the owner and his loving attitude. This coffee farm is absolutely phenomenal! We came for the coffee but we got much much more talking with the owner Bill and hearing his insights on life, love,...More

3  Thank Ryanandkaylah
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