QUIET country getaway to relax on a secluded 10 acre/4 hectare coffee and fruit farm. Wake up each day to observe and immerse yourself in nature and the peaceful surroundings. SMOKE-FREE property. Please inquire about our WEEKLY and MONTHLY RATES.
RESERVATIONS AND OFFICE HOURS: 7 Days a Week, 8:00am-4:00pm HST Local Time
NO SAME DAY ARRIVALS
NO CHECK-INS AFTER 8:00 PM--We do make exceptions for travelers from abroad or the East Coast due to their circumstances.
We will respond within 24 hours to any inquiry.
When a reservation is confirmed, a Rental Agreement and Rental Guidelines are provided for your information and review. The Rental Agreement is usually signed upon check-in.
We are a SMOKE-FREE property and emphasize QUIET HOURS from 9:00pm to 8:00am with NO KITCHEN, LANAI, OR OUTSIDE ACTIVITY AFTER 9:00PM in consideration of residents, guests and neighbors. All the buildings are in close quarters, so emphasis is on "QUIET" and being mindful that sound carries. From 7:00pm to 9:00pm, please be as quiet as possible on the shared lanai and enjoy your stay. Please speak softly and refrain from using electronic devices--especially NO talking on cell phone, computer ing, playing music, videos, or movies--anywhere outside or on the lanai, unless used in your room, with headphones, or off property.
It is imperative to clean up after every meal as courtesy to others sharing the kitchen and to avoid attracting pests that thrive in our tropical climate. NO FOOD OR BEVERAGES (except water) are allowed in your room.
Laundry hours are from 8:00am to 7:00pm, and laundry must be completed by 7:00pm.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
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Aloha kakou (Hello to all):
The owner, Marc, fell in love with the Big Island in 1982 and bought this coffee farm in 2008 after living in several locations around the island. He spends about 65% of his time here on this island paradise which he considers "home". The farm offers him and his guests, a peaceful, quiet, farm stay on aina (land) that is deeply rooted in the old Hawaiian traditions and ways of Aloha. He danced hula with Halau 'O KeikiAli'i and grows gourds for making Ipu Heke (gourd implements used by hula dancers). He starts most every day with a great swim at one of the many bays in South Kona.