Our Big Island bed and breakfast is located 1,400 feet above sea level on the lush slopes of Mount Hualalai, effortlessly fusing elegant luxury with upcountry Hawaiian charm. Roam our vibrant grounds to experience the sites and sensations of exotic flora and fauna, or explore e the surrounding village of Holualoa, a small town rich in Hawaiian history and culture. From the stunning ocean views, 30 flourishing acres of well-tended tropical fruit and flower gardens, 4,100 Kona Coffee trees, custom-tiled mosaic pool, hot tub, exquisite guestrooms, exceptional service, elegant gazebos, and an abundance of Aloha Spirit, we welcome you to the Holualoa Inn. Open air lanais capture fragrant garden aromas and soft tropical breezes. Abundant windows filter cool tradewinds through the Inn to provide panoramic views of the Kona sunset. Here, you will find rest and respite surrounded by effortless natural beauty. The design of the Inn, its traditional plantation-style architecture and natural surroundings, are reminiscent of Old Hawai'i. The interior features beautifully restored, indigenous eucalyptus floors and woven Lauhala matting embellished ceilings. Designed for our tropical climate, which graciously allows for indoor-outdoor living, the Great Room features select works from local artists, a player piano, traditional Polynesian furniture, stunning sculptural accents and sweeping garden views. The dining room is set for a healthy and delicious garden-to-table breakfast with its immaculate views of the Kona Coastline. Facing the gardens and rows of Kona Coffee trees, the covered lanai, complete with rockers and a daybed, suggests an afternoon nap. The perfect perch, our rooftop gazebo is a favorite for morning coffee, evening sunsets and private yoga lessons. View a video of our property. Journey away from the Inn and discover the unexpected pleasures of our magical Hawaiian Village. Stroll a palm-fringed path through the celebrated artist’s village of Holualoa and explore the galleries, shops and eateries. Holualoa boasts unique store fronts, including artist studios, ukulele makers and boutiques featuring handcrafted island gifts. Located along the Kona Coffee Belt, this Old Hawai’i town also features a bounty of original coffee farms and is full of stories of her first farms.
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