Aloha! Join Us at our #1 Rated Big Island Bed and Breakfast Near Kona

Located on the slopes of Mount Hualalai in the heart of the Kona Coffee belt, Holualoa Inn is not just an “accommodation”; it is an extraordinary Hawai’ian experience. Our Big Island bed and breakfast is set among 5,100 coffee trees, rich pasture land and enchanting tropical gardens. At 1,400 feet, sweeping ocean views frame every corner of the Estate.

Our Inn features 4 guest rooms, 2 suites and 1 historic cottage. Each room has its own distinct style, yet they all feature comfortable sitting areas, private baths, exquisite design detail, original artwork and luxury amenities. Enjoy sumptuous breakfasts, our 100% estate brewed Kona coffee and sweets every afternoon.  Along with Malulani Pavilion, Holualoa Inn is the ideal Big Island destination for Big Island weddings, retreats or any special event.

Explore the open-air floor plan of the main house where furnishings, décor and art from across the pacific offer an inviting style of Polynesian elegance. Find a magical nook, veranda or gazebo around every corner. Outside, the land entices guests to explore the immaculate gardens and walking trails. Holualoa Inn is an ideal location for those seeking tranquility and a “Zen” experience.

Guests often comment that Holualoa Inn has the feel of a private home. Our dedicated “Ohana’s”, attention to detail and warm aloha, reflect pride in our property and a genuine delight in offering guests an exceptional experience.

This Big Island, Hawaii bed and breakfast is just minutes from the pristine beaches and activities of the Kona coast as well as the shops, galleries and restaurants of our quaint village, Holualoa.

“I loved staying here. How often do you get to stay in a first-class Inn on a working coffee  plantation? The house is a true Hawaiian home that is as stunning as it is relaxing. Hawaiian and  Indonesian-inspired decoration constantly reminded me that I was on vacation far away, and the  staff is super friendly. I loved taking in views of the Kona coast while eating freshly made breakfast every morning. My favorite dish was the lilikoi stuffed French toast with lilikoi syrup. There’s really nothing like it…”

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