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Located in Captain Cook in the Hawaii Island region, with Kona Coffee Living History Farm nearby, Belle Vue Kona B&B Inc. Provides accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. There is an amazing view to wake up to. The host was very kind and nice! Great experience, can only recommend it.
On a macadamia nut and coffee plantation and offering Pacific Ocean views, this Kona Coast B&B serves a daily hot organic breakfast with home grown Kona coffee. It's really the edge of the world: far from any traffic and urban noise. We all felt really welcome and taken care of. I especially liked our morning chats with Kurt. Breakfasts were rather on the sweet side and the hosts were open to more salty suggestions. They are served early which makes your day very long. Some people complained about the access road, we didn't find it problematic. You need to drive slowly and be careful about the animals around, especially at night. We bought some coffee from Kurt's plantation - Kana served it for breakfast - the only thing we brought home from the Big Island. And it was a right thing to do. The coffee is very good.
Located in Captain Cook in the Hawaii Island region and Kealakekua Bay Park reachable within 2.3 miles, Kona Bayview Inn has accommodations with free WiFi, BBQ facilities, a garden and free private... The view around the inn is so impressive! It faces the bay and the owner keeps a bird feeder in front of the house which attracts a lot of lovely birds. We spent two nights here before we left. Since we had an early flight we had to leave around 4:30 in the morning. Thomas, the owner, got up even earlier and packed breakfast for us which included juice, fresh fruits, bagels, chocolates, etc.
Go to Keoki's Roadside Cafe for the best fresh Ono fish& chips. The fish is caught daily. The thin panko breading and firm flakey flesh is worth remembering. Don't miss the Pu'uhonua o Honaunau, Place of Refuge. It's a national park. The Hawaiian history of the kapu system comes to life in the magnificent archeological site.
Captain Cook is a small town, but easy access to many beaches and hikes. It is not as touristy as Kona or Hilo, which means things close early and are less abundant, but tons more charm and authenticity.
9.1 Awesome 204 reviews
Wonderful hosts and thoroughly enjoyed our two night stay at Hale-Hoola B & B. Just minutes away from Pu'uhonua O Honaunau National Historical Park and only a short driving distance from coffee plantations, the Captain Cook monument, and Kailua-Kona. We particularly enjoyed the morning breakfasts, each different and delicious served with an assortment of fresh fruit and locally grown coffee.
9.7 Exceptional 91 reviews
The rooms had a great view of the macadamia nut farm and the bay. Homemade Hawaiian-style breakfast and it was different everyday! They provided everything needed for beach activities including snorkels (upon request), beach towels, beach mats, and a cooler. Great suggestion and referrals for activities around Hawaii. Amazing beaches nearby. Personal tour of the macadamia farm (upon request)
8.8 Excellent 67 reviews
Good location for local beaches & historic sites, about 1 hr south of Kona & northern beaches etc. The house is set in a lovely garden. Small kitchen and fridge are OK for two people. Mostly bare wood adds to the rural charm. Nice balcony and privacy. Major shops only 4 miles away. Has cats and a dog. Lovely owner.
9.3 Awesome 184 reviews
The Hosts were very accommodating ... the property was very well kept and the views were outstanding. A perfect place to stay while in Captain Cooks
9.3 Awesome 160 reviews
Beautiful setting in Kona coffee territory. Excellent breakfasts by two hosts and great hospitality