Ocean View Suites
Kona Bed and Breakfast Suites
There are TWO identical suites at Hale Hualalai, Honu (meaning sea turtle) and Kula (meaning open meadow), built specifically for B&B use. They are on opposite ends of the main house, separated by the main lanai (covered porch). Both suites have Ocean Views.
Each suite has its own private entrance, bath, and lanai. They are very large, 670 sq. ft, with open beam ceiling and natural wood finish. There are lots of windows to let in all the great views and sunsets. Your room is facing directly West, perfect to watch the sun fall into the ocean every evening. In the suite you will find a King size bed, sitting room with love seat and chairs, mini frig, wet bar, wine glasses, cable TV, ceiling fan, Jacuzzi bathtub, and a big tile shower. Wireless Internet is available for FREE for your convenience.
$175 (2 Nights Minimum Reservation).
Breakfast: $15 per person
Here at Hale Hualalai and Brewster Farm, we promote permaculture so that we can co-exist with our farm, as we feed it, it feeds us. The idea of just having a coffee farm wasn’t enough for us. We wanted something special, so with some hard work, innovation, and focus we have developed Hale Hualalai into a one of a kind place to stay. From our estate grown coffee to our House Frittata, we like to do everything from scratch. As the coffee is hand picked, our breakfast dishes are all hand crafted using local ingredients from our farm and neighboring farms in the Kona Coffee Disrtict.
Our chickens lay wonderful fresh eggs for us every day. We have about 125 chickens that live on the farm, about 4 acres. They eat fresh grass, weeds, mangos, papayas, bananas, guava and whatever type of organic food source we can find around the farm.
Our solution for weed control in the coffee farm started off as sheep and goats, and now we have milking goats and a field of grazing cows and sheep.
We make our own organic fertilizer for our plants and trees here on site. It is packed full of micro nutrients and lots of rich minerals for the soil and plants. We do not use any herbicide on the property, we do spray an organic fungus pesticide to treat the coffee for a beetle borer that has tried to take over the island.
Our coffee is ‘ono kine’ stuff! We roast it in an enclosed drum and in small batches. Being that we are a small farm and that our pickers/farmers are local chefs from various restaurants on the island, we are growing/picking for quality not quantity. We pick the ripest cherries (thats what we call the ripe coffee).
Come and enjoy our farm with us here at Hale Hualalai. (Farm Tours available upon request if time permits)