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Come stay with us on our beautiful, certified organic, award winning coffee estate. Indulge yourself in our new private luxurious guest quarters. Relax while you view the placid Pacific Ocean from the 1,000sq ft deck, while surrounded by oceans of organic coffee trees. Situated high above sea level at 2400ft, cooler temperatures prevail. You will enjoy mornings and evenings in the mid 60's and days at a pleasant 75. During the rainy season, you should anticipate light showers in the late afternoon, just in time to cool off after a day of activity. Enjoy breathtaking sunsets from the private, gazebo covered 7 person spa, and greet the Kona sunrise with complementary Pau Hana Estate Coffee. Take a leisurely stroll around our manicured 5 acre farm and experience local wildlife and lovely Hawaiian plants and flowers. You may wish to partake in some of the many ocean and beach related tourist destinations available only a short distance from your door.
Thanks so much for your fine hospitality and beautiful lodging. Being here has been very enjoyable-so peaceful - Plus learning so much about coffee was a treat!
My wife and I stayed with Carol for 2 nights and we really enjoyed the property. She is a very welcoming, unobtrusive host. The property was clean and well-maintained, offering all of the small things we may need within the unit such as guide books, sunscreen, scuba gear, towels, etc. as well as one of the real bonuses, which was fresh coffee from the property and it was very good. The view is beautiful and the property ripe with fruit, flowers and coffee. Will definitely visit again if we find ourselves on the Big Island.
The farm is beautiful, quiet and peaceful. Carol is a great hostess. The studio is cozy and comfortable and has everything you need. Shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, first aide kit, more than you can imagine. Plenty of towels and beach gear. Carol showed us all around the farm, pointing out the fruit trees and we could help ourselves. Then there's the fresh delicious Kona coffee too. We enjoyed walks most mornings down the road. If we make it back to the Big Island this is where we will stay. I know this review cannot do justice. If you chose this place you will not be disappointed.
We stayed in this studio for 3 nights. Carol's farm is just awesome, surounded by beutiful avocado, orange and banana trees. The views from the hudge terrace are fantastic. We took advantage of the bbq to grilled some vegetables and seafood. The unit is secluded and very comfortable. We think the pictures don't do the property justice as it is even better than what you can see on them. Carol is also very helpful and gives you all the information you need to explore the area as well as snorkeling gear, beach towells... The coffee is awesome!
Ridiculously beautiful view from a giant, airy suite overlooking the ocean and coffee orchard. The pictures do not do this fantastic studio apartment justice - it's stunning, yet simple and elegant. Carol is a gracious, generous and thoughtful hostess, providing everything a traveler needs, from travel/ Hawaii history/plant/animal books to soaps to linens to beach/adventure gear to her delish organic coffee to filtered water, grill, super comfy bed and more! The suite is gorgeous, light-filled with skylights and tastefully furnished with little nooks for eating, reading and relaxing. Definitely the most beautiful and most quiet place we stayed in on our 3 week island adventure. A suite like this in a hotel or resort would easily be in the several hundred dollar range. Fast wifi, cable, gorgeous bathroom with amazing shower; every wall is a window so you can see the ocean, sunrise, sunset, horses, wild turkeys, avocado and coffee trees and the rest of paradise. Or you can draw the shades and sleep-in. Conveniently located up the mountain from Captain Cook, which has a grocery. A perfect getaway/adventure-base/vacation hideaway. I would never leave if I lived here....
We stayed here in November 2014 for 3 nights and found it to be great for us. Pictures are accurate. After a steep drive up a one lane road with too many speed bumps to count, you arrive at a lovely small organic coffee plantation with a gracious host Carol. We enjoyed coffee, lemons, and avocados from the farm. The view off the deck is gorgeous, you overlook the coffee trees and all the way down to the ocean in the distance. We would stay here again. Restaurants are a short drive away. We liked Annie's a lot. We enjoyed borrowing the snorkel gear.
This is a place for 1 - 2 people who value a quiet place to rest. It is one large room plus a bathroom, with a deck right out the door with those great views. There is a small refrigerator, microwave, and coffee maker. A barbecue outside. WIFI works well.
My husband and I stayed at Pau Hana for our 5 year wedding anniversary in 2013. We were greeted by the owner, Carol, upon arrival and she gave us a nice walk around of the guest quarters and offered snorkel gear for us to borrow. The room had simple, but adequate necessities with a bed, TV, microwave, coffee maker, and a beautiful bathroom. Carol also left us some of her coffee to try and it was to die for! The view from our room was absolutely stunning. As the sun rose behind the house, you could see the light dance across the plantation making its way down to the coast. After adventuring all day, my husband and I would come back and take a nap to the sounds of the Hawaii afternoon showers. At night, we would sit out on the deck and stargaze in the clear late night skies. We dream of Pau Hana often and can't wait to go back!
Captain Cook, Kona Coast, Big Island, Hawaii, USA (21 Miles From Kona International Airport) - Pau Hana has been family owned and operated since 1985. Located in the heart of the famed Kona coffee growing region, the farm sits majestically on the side of Mauna Loa, just one mile from the historic town of Captain Cook. The 2400ft elevation offers spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean which are often the canvas for stunning sunsets. The 5 acre 3,500 tree farm is nourished by deep, rich, volcanic soil, seasonal rainfall, daily cloud cover and the occasional afternoon fog-conditions which are perfect for producing gourmet Kona coffee. Kona, on the west coast of Hawaii, has produced coffee since the early 1800's, and is known for some of the smoothest tasting coffee in the world. Pau Hana's coffee is among the finest, having been served in restaurants and hotels around the world. Aloha.
Other Activities: Shopping, Kayaking, Boating, Parasailing, Wildlife Viewing, Rock Climbing, Health/Beauty Spa, Basketball Court
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2 night minimum stay
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