|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Gingerhill Farm is located on five acres of organic orchards and gardens nestled just above famous Kealakekua Bay. We offer serenity and escape mere minutes away from local restaurants and shops. Yoga, Meditation and Farming are offered Mon-Fri for an extra fee.
The Sunset Suite is a large room in the main house with private bathroom and shower. It has a queen and a twin bed. Relax on the deck in the evenings as you enjoy breathtaking images of the sun setting over the Pacific.
Mon-Fri at 6am is meditation practice. All guests are invited. Guests can sign up for a yoga class at 11am.
Take a stroll through our gardens and then marvel at the sunset from one of various scenic decks. Hike down to Kealakekua Bay and swim with the Dolphins. Gingerhill Farm offers an exotic escape from the hustle and bustle of 21st century living.
Iris and Zach, met on Iris's native island of 'Magic' in Brazil. It is their dream to one day teach people from all over the world how to live sustainably in community, a return to the village model. As co directors of Gingerhill Farm on the Big Island, they host guests from all over the world, grow & cook the healthiest foods & lead physical training, yoga & meditation groups on a daily basis. Come and try the Gingerhill Farm lifestyle and see if it doesnt agree with you. Namastê.
owner/property manager purchased this studio in 2000
You get a large bedroom with a double bed and a single bed with a very nice bathroom. The room is attached to the house and some house noises come through. Looks right out onto the ocean from 1500 feet or so up. Chairs are available if you ask.
This is an active and beautiful 4 acre organic farm and for us much of the appeal came from chances to talk to the proprietors, interns and guests and to see some of the artwork of Mayumi Oda who founded the farm 15 years ago.
For an extra $40 per day you can participate in the program, which includes meditation, breakfast, work on the farm, yoga, and lunch. We didn't choose to do this, and it really is just another option for your stay.
Everyone was very friendly and the setting is wonderful.
It is close to all of the sights along the southern Kona coast, e.g. the Painted Church, Peace Garden and Place of Sanctuary.
Lovely farm, quiet, peaceful, loved watching sunsets. Access to cooking facility might have been nice also. It was a little hard to find, maybe a sign on the gate to know we are there. Overall a very pleasant and relaxing experience. Thank you
Staying on the farm was lovely. I would've given 5 stars except that the shower in the suite was clogged and quickly filled with water. Otherwise, the hosts were nice, easygoing, and helpful, and we had a great stay.
When my husband, my daughter and I planned our vacation to Hawaii we were searching for something special, something that did not make us feel like time-limited tourists. We found Big Island Farmstay to be that special place. The peace and quiet...the stars at night...in the morning, the sound of Roosters crowing in the distance. Waking up to see the ocean peering through the tranquility of the lush vegetation made us feel like we slept in a botanical garden. Beautiful, tropical, and green. The owner most graciously offered us fruit from her garden...there is nothing like a banana or a papaya fresh picked. A good place for the soul and to experience the true meaning of Aloha.
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 2 guests; add $29 per night, per additional guest|
|Cleaning||$49 + Tax|
Check in: 3pm
Check out: 12pm
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.