Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Enjoy the Big Island of Hawaii at Halualoa Inn

Artist Village of Holualoa

The artisan village of Holualoa is nestled 1400 feet above sea level on the slopes of the Mount Hualalai on Hawaii's Big Island. The village is known for its rich history and culture and offers bed and breakfast travelers a multitude of galleries, shops, restaurants, artist studios, ukulele makers and boutiques featuring handicrafts. There are also a multitude of original coffee farms and just beyond the village fine sandy beaches for snorkeling, surfing and kayaking. Holualoa has an active community that celebrates with numerous events throughout the year including the Kona Coffee Cultural Festival, the Music and Light Festival and the Ukulele Jam.

Kona Coffee Estate

Located upcountry in the heart of the Kona Coffee Belt on the Big Island of Hawaii, Holualoa Inn is a spectacular Hawaii Bed and Breakfast Kona Coffee Estate. Nestled on the slopes of Mount Hualalai on the Western Shore of the Hawai’i, our ocean view Big Island B&B is abundant with well-tended tropical flower gardens and ginger, papaya, avocado and pineapple trees -- the ideal location for an ocean view wedding, honeymoon, family reunion or any special event. Amid 30 lush acres of pasture land and gardens, discover an orchard of over 4,300 Kona Coffee trees. Holualoa Inn Big Island Bed and Breakfast is an inspired Polynesian retreat, a Holualoa Boutique Hotel that combines the tranquility of a private estate with the convenience of its proximity to the many shops, galleries and eateries of historic Holualoa Village. Our Holualoa Kona B&B is minutes from Kona beaches, restaurants, shopping, golf, hiking, and water sports.

1 comment:

Donna Hull said...

Holualoa is a great off-the-beaten-path Hawaiian experience, especially for those who are tired of resort travel. Although I didn't stay at Holualoa Inn on my last visit, I noticed the property and made a mental note for my next trip to the Big Island.