The Perfect Cup of Coffee

In addition to being an award-winning bed and breakfast, the Holualoa Inn is also home to our award-winning coffee farm. The 100 percent Kona coffee beans grown on our 20-acre property are some of the best in the world, but is that enough? Coffee is an artisanal beverage, and variances in the brewing process can …
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Man harvesting coffee beans at a Kona coffee farm

Best Big Island Farm Tours

One of the incredible things about our little gem in the Pacific is our hospitable climate and the incredible variety of things that are and can be grown here. The Hawaiian Islands may be known for delicacies like coffee and macadamia nuts, but there is so much more that flourishes here. Read on for our …
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Farm to table tropical fruits in Hawaii

Incredible Flavors at the Holualoa Inn

A Top Rated Bed and Breakfast near Kona Fresh flavors are the key to a perfect meal at the Holualoa Inn. Brightly-colored exotic fruits from our Orchard are served as a starter each morning before breakfast, according to their seasonal availability. In the summer months you might find melt-in-your-mouth mango and delectably sweet white pineapple …
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Holualoa Inn Kona Coffee :: Unique Hawaiian Getaway

Here at Holualoa Inn, we grow, serve and sell our own 100% estate Kona coffee which is rich, smooth, low in acid and delicious. Located on the western slope of Hualalai volcano at 1,300 – 1,400 feet above sea level, the rich volcanic soil, seasonal rainfall and afternoon cloud cover provide the ideal growing environment …
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Marlins and Mai Tai’s :: Summer in Hawaii

Summer in Hawaii means mango season is in full swing and there is nothing more refreshing than a juicy mango grown right here on our farm. Their sweet aroma fills the air of our gardens and our kitchen, where Crystal highlights them on our breakfast fruit plates. Enjoy them in a smoothie after a private …
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Macadamia – The Queen of Nuts

What looks like a small lime when on the tree, a kukui nut on the ground and requires a special nutcracker applying 300 lbs. of pressure per inch to open? You guessed it, the Macadamia Nut!  Native to the rainforests of Australia, Aborigines revered this Queen of all nuts, often reserving them for ceremonial offerings. …
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Hawaiian Wedding at Sunset at Big Island Event Venue

Kava Beverage in Hawaii

Consumed for centuries by Polynesians and Hawaiians, Kava (or awa) is a soothing beverage made from the root of the kava plant. Touted for its medicinal qualities, kava is said to alleviate anxiety while promoting a heightened sense of well-being and mental clarity. Here in Kona, there are several places where you can try kava. …
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Green Coconuts in Hawaii

It’s a popular health-food drink that’s taking the mainland by storm, but here in Hawai‘i, you don’t have to spend an arm and a leg for a bottle of coconut water. You can get it right off the tree! High in potassium and antioxidants, coconut water is an extremely hydrating beverage brimming with electrolytes. No …
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