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My husband and I spent 2 nights here. On our 1st morning we had to leave by 7 am for a kayak/snorkeling trip. Mary delivered a lovely breakfast to us at 6:15 am. We enjoyed juice,coffee, fruit, and bacon, egg, & cheese "mcmuffins" all in...More
Our hosts Bob and Mary were very friendly, kind, generous and accommodating. With Bob’s knowledge of the Big Island, he was able to do some bookings for us at the last minute and also advise us on the best routes to take etc. We even...More
Mary and Bob are very friendly hosts and very helpful with plenty of recommendations on great places to eat ( a detailed list is available for the asking.) The beds were firm and comfortable which is often not the case elsewhere. We had a great...More
Friendly, knowledgable, and entertaining hosts. Bob and Mary are very approachable innkeepers and provided a list of excellent restaurants and local knowledge.the comfortable sitting area is well appointed with coolers,sunscreen beach mats ect. for outings.The full breakfasts were served each morning with delicious kona coffee,exotic...More
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US$139 - US$188 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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OK Thanks for contacting Us. All lanais face the ocean, the ocean is 2k away you can see it and hear the swells crashing but we are not beach side , between is land Bishop Kamehameha Heritage land, It is wild. The land has... More
OK Thanks for contacting Us. All lanais face the ocean, the ocean is 2k away you can see it and hear the swells crashing but we are not beach side , between is land Bishop Kamehameha Heritage land, It is wild. The land has cattle on it and they pass by . There is a fence and rock fence,, there are also pigs , wild , which can be seen. There are sounds of country Hawaii, pigs, cows, birds , and sometimes chickens.. There is no golf course and no high raises.. The Lanai is private with a small refrigerator and people enjoy being their particularly in the evenings. Up stairs is the main Lanai where breakfast is served, people often come up to start gaze, we have torches and its a wonderful atmosphere. people use the free wifi and drink our local 100% kona coffee or have a tea or wine.. its wonderful.. Carl and Elma
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We are South just into South Kona probably 20 miles. We are past the city of Kona and its Urban excitement ..down in coffee country and the National Park Place of Refuge, Captain Cook Monument and probably the best snorkle... More
We are South just into South Kona probably 20 miles. We are past the city of Kona and its Urban excitement ..down in coffee country and the National Park Place of Refuge, Captain Cook Monument and probably the best snorkle beaches in Hawaii frequented by Spinner Dolphins. People stay here for our activities local but also base camp for trips to Volcano and then North to Kona and Mauna Kea Astronomy complex. On the drive here to Hale Ho'ola B and B someone is always roasting coffee and the beautiful aroma mixed with flowers spreads over the countryside. We overlook the ocean and sit on ranchland we there are cattle and wild pigs, behind a fence of course , so on will hear moo moo and not honk honk here in the country. Come experience .. Carl and Elma