About The Estate

Holualoa Inn Estate offers spectacular Pacific Ocean views, 30 acres of lush, well-tended tropical fruit and flower gardens, over 4,100 Kona Coffee trees, a custom-tiled mosaic pool and hot tub, finely appointed guest rooms and suites, rooftop and garden gazebos and attentive service in the spirit of Aloha. Originally built as a private residence in the late 1970’s, Holualoa Inn offers a wonderful feeling of being at home. Guests enjoy unmatched service and exceptional lodging near Kona, Hawaii.

Perched at 1,400 feet on the cool slopes of Mt. Hualalai, the Estate sits in harmony among fragrant flower gardens, old growth tropical fruit trees, Kona Coffee trees, culinary herb gardens and walking trails. Early Hawaiian footpaths wind through the estate and along green pastures rich with sweet guava and liliko’i. The entrance is lined with avocado and mango trees, and a riot of red torch ginger beckons you up to the pineapple gardens. Continue along the lava path to the fruit orchard, past the nursery and up to Malulani Pavilion for an infinity view out over the blue Hawaiian sea.

Throughout the Inn, Old Hawai’i is masterfully echoed. The original eucalyptus floors have been restored with care. Designed for indoor-outdoor living, the Great Room features select works from local artists, a player piano, traditional Polynesian furniture, stunning sculptural accents, a working fireplace and sweeping garden views. Facing the gardens and rows of Kona Coffee trees, the covered lanai, is completed with rockers and a daybed. One perfect perch, the rooftop gazebo is a favorite for both morning coffee and evening sunsets.

The pool with ocean views at our Big Island B&B

Common area seating room

Art & History

Artist making chalk art

Donkey Mill Art Center

A short drive south from our Estate you will find the Donkey Mill Art Center. DMAC is a non-profit charitable organization that offers art education for adults and youth and is a site steeped in the history of Kona’s coffee farms in the artist community of Holualoa. Through classes and workshops, art exhibitions and cultural events, DMAC is a dynamic and nurturing environment that helps individuals discover, develop, and expand their artistic and creative abilities.

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Plants at a coffee farm

Kona Historical Society

Experience early ranch life in Hawaii with a visit to the H.N. Greenwell Store Museum or chat with costumed docents about life as a coffee pioneer at Kona Coffee Living History Farm. Whether you are provisioning from the Greenwell Store, learning to bake bread in the Portuguese stone oven, or walking the land of the historic Uchida Coffee Farm, you will enjoy a memorable glimpse into Hawaii’s vibrant past.

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Shell beads at a market

Holualoa Village Ohana

Representing merchants, artists, and coffee farms throughout the area, you can find links to just about everyone in town on this site. Come visit The Big Island in November when the town hosts its annual Coffee & Art Stroll. The galleries and historic buildings of Holualoa open their doors to the coffee community and the public with over 30 roasters and farmers offering their finest blends to sample. In addition, on the first Friday of each month, local musicians and food vendors join the village shops and galleries for an evening “block party.”

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Directions

From Kona International Airport at Keahole (KOA)

  • From car rental, take a left on Keahole Airport Road
  • At the signal, take a right onto Queen Kaahumanu Hwy/HI-19 South; this is our main road
  • Stay on this highway, heading south
  • You will pass Honokohau Harbor on your right and pass through Kona Town
  • When you’ve driven approximately 10 miles, you will see a Shell station up on your left hand side, Lako Street. Turn left onto Lako Street
  • Follow up to the stop sign at the top, approximately 1 mile, Hualalai Road
  • Turn right onto Hualalai Road
  • Drive up to the next stop sign, which is less than half a mile away, Mamalahoa Hwy/HI-180
  • Take a left onto Mamalahoa Hwy and drive approximately .6 of a mile
  • The Inn’s address is 76-5932 Mamalahoa Hwy
  • Holualoa Inn will be on your left hand side; look for a large metal sign with a cluster of red flowers (the torch ginger from our logo)
  • Holualoa Inn is located across the street from the Holualoa Martial Arts Center, the Post Office and just before “Paul’s Place” Market
  • If you reach the Pink Hotel, you’ve gone just a bit too far
  • If you have any difficulty, call us at (800) 392-1812 or (808) 324-1121

Contact Us

Holualoa Inn
76-5932 Mamalahoa Highway
Holualoa, Hawaii 96725
Local: 808-324-1121
Email: reservations@holualoainn.com
GPS: 19″37’08.45″N – 155″57’03.47″ W

Yellow Hibiscus

Get Acquainted with Our Property

Our Property Map and Identification Card of Local Plants and Animals will help you get an idea of what you might see on our property and in our local area.

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