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Ocean View Home on Coffee Farm in Honaunau

  • 2 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 5
6 Reviews

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Ocean View Home on Coffee Farm in Honaunau
http://www.homeaway.com/vacation-rental/p381474vb
+1 -562-761-1854
Honaunau Kona Coast
Courtenay, BC, Canada
5

For us, this was the perfect base for exploring Kona.

  • 5 of 5
Other reviews give you give you great detail so not needed here. The pictures are 100% accurate. As to the road up to the house, yes it is rough. But it is an interesting 5 minute drive through 'rural' Hawaii and any passenger will see lots of birds. We had a subcompact car, I drove slowly and we had no problems. After too many days on Waikiki, the coffee farm was heaven. Among the perks, you are only an hour and a half from Volcano National Park. We got to explore the Thurston lava tube and no one else was there. Be early. Other than the day at the park we spent all our time in the Kona area. It is hard to tear yourself away from Place of Refuge, only ten minutes away and you can swim with the turtles and more. But there are other beaches and lots to do. In the area we found a farmer's market, an artisan bakery across from the ChoiceMart, a great pizza place next to the bakery, the Kona Living History Coffee Farm, breakfast at Tashima's ( on Hwy 11 at junction with 180) and tons of little shops and galleries along Hwy 11 for the curious shoppers. And local history sites span from Hawaiian kings to Captain Cook to Saint Damien. Then, you get to come home at night and have a beautiful sunset on the lanai. The Kona area is so much fun and the coffee farm almost makes you feel like a local.
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Ocean View Home on Coffee Farm in Honaunau
http://www.homeaway.com/vacation-rental/p381474vb
+1 -562-761-1854
Honaunau Kona Coast
5

Perfect family vacation and nice owner

  • 5 of 5
we stayed 3 days here. It is quiet and private. I love all the fruit trees, especially some trees I had never seen before: papaya, mango, avocado and bananas! It is close to the "place of refuge", which is a wonderful snorkeling place. The most important thing is the owner of the property was so nice to provide information we needed. By the way, if you want to buy some 100% Kona coffee, you can go up to the hill and find some real home-farm made coffee from Ro-Jo coffee farm.

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