Experience what only a lucky few do, the Kona Coffee Farm Lifestyle. Stay at our budget friendly bunk house. It is a detatched room adjacent to the main house on our organic/sustainable Family Kona Coffee Farm. Room has 2 twin beds, and has it’s own separate entrance. Upon request, a cot with bedding may be provided for a third person for $10 per night. Room includes Wifi. Guests will share basic clean bathroom and shower and outdoor kitchen with a few other guests.
We provide complementary farm fresh award winning 100% Kona coffee (fresh roasted), farm fresh homemade pumpkin or banana bread and farm fresh fruit (based on seasonal availability). Join us, our workers or other guests in our communal outdoor kitchen and talk story.
Experience life on a working organic/sustainable Kona coffee farm in the heart of the Kona Coffee belt. Wake up to award winning farm fresh Kona coffee while taking in the breathtaking views. Feel free to walk the farm and enjoy the sunsets under the mango tree. There are plenty of papaya, avocado, mango, pineapple, mountain-apple, tahitian lime, guava, citrus, several varieties of bannanas and even a few tomato trees. Pack up some farm fresh produce and head to the easy access National Park beach (approx 8 minutes) and swim with dolphins and turtles and enjoy the world-class snorkeling at HoNauNau Bay or just chill in the shade of a palm tree at the beach and whale watch or cool off in a tide pool. Enjoy the colorful birds and crazy antics of our dogs, ducks, and chickens. Our dog & cat roam around outdoor areas and sometimes come into main house. But they do not go into Bunhouse. There are plenty of local cafe's, bakery's, restaurants, and fall off the bone BBQ joints within a few minutes of the farm to be enjoyed at Honaunau national park picnic area for picture postcard photo ops while watching the sunset (watch for the green flash) they are real and have been seen once myself.
We are out in the country, so public transit is limited and can be challenging. We highly recommend car rental. Our Coffee Farm features nearly 100 year old Kona Arabica trees producing some of the finest kona coffee which is powerful, smooth and delicious. We sell to local cafe's that proudly serve our award winning coffee. We require a 2 night minimum. And the latest check in allowed is 10pm.
This is a working farm, so lights out and quiet time from 10:00 pm - 6:00 am. During harvest season (Sept - Jan) our workers sometimes get started at 7am with a fair amount of noise. So during this time of year, our place is more suited to early risers, which is our typical guest. You are welcome to come and go as you please. We just ask everyone to be respectful of others on the farm during quiet time. We’ll happily provide some recommendations on local places to eat or see.
Bebo and Karen
|Room type:||Private room|
|Bed type:||Real Bed|
|Extra people:||$10 / night after 2 guests|
|Minimum Stay:||2 nights|
|Weekly Price:||$420 /week|
|Monthly Price:||$1500 /month|
|Check In:||1:00 PM|
|Check Out:||11:00 AM|
|Pet Owner:||Dog(s), Cat(s), and Other pet(s)|
My wife and I had a wonderful experience at Bebo's Bunkhouse. Karen and Bebo made it a point to visit with us and answer all our questions about this beautiful island. They served us coffee and homemade banana bread every morning as well as shared their fresh fruit. My wife loves coffee and Bebo's is the best she found on the island. There was a community table, sink, and refrigerator under the carport where we could visit with other guests and farm workers when we wanted to. The toilet and shower were easy to access. Bebo and Karen had snorkel gear for us to use and the best choral reef 15 minutes away. We would definately stay here again if we ever have the opportunity to come back. My only regret is I didn't catch a fish to share with these wonderful people.
We really enjoyed our stay with Bebo and Karen... it was exactly as described and they were very accommodating and helpful. We felt like part of the family - and their coffee is excellent!
Bebo is a genuine hard working guy who loves to share his life stories and family. I was accepted with open heart. Bebo helped me to find all the places I wanted to go while sharing hot spots to find local Hawaiian food. Staying at Bebo's gave me the true Hawaiian experience that usually can only be found if moving to the Island. Thank you Bebo and Karen for making my stay a truly fulfilling and fun experience.
Bebo's coffee farm offers a convenient room for a stay on the west side of Big Island. It is a great get away to explorer the coast!
The coffee and pumpkin bread for breakfast were delicious. Bebo was very helpful with information about restaurants and things to do!
Bebo's is a wonderful and welcoming casual experience, with Bebo being a gem of knowledge and very informative about his working coffee farm. Bebo truly embodies the Aloha spirit, greeting you with one of the warmest hugs known to man. We were in constant aw of the view, spent lots of time chatting and sharing stories while tasting EXCELLENT coffee (which is so good it requires no cream or sugar). This is a real treat for those interested in a real experience!
Bebo and Karen are very nice people, helpful and friendly. We enjoyed our time with them. Every morning we got fresh brewd coffe and pumpkinbred and fresh fruits from ther own garden, A great thanks from Karin and Guenter
We felt like part of the family. Great coffee and all the fruit we could eat. Bebo was very helpful with information about places to eat and visit. this was nothing fancy, very basic accommodation, but clean and comfortable. We will certainly pop in to say hello on our next visit to big island.
Accommodation was awesome .... every morning, great coffee and homemade bread, fresh ovoce.Bebova family is nice. All recommend this hotel and would come here again vrátíme.Iveta and Tomas from Prague
This was our first time in Hawaii and first time using airbnb and it was a great experience! Bebo and Karen and everyone on the farm were super friendly and considerate. Bebo gave us a little tour of the farm and told us a bunch of helpful information when we first arrived and then we settled in to our room for a bit before exploring the area. The farm was about 20-30 minutes from the main Kona touristy area, but we liked that and actually found that many of the beaches and places we wanted to see were closer to us from there anyway. Loved the nighttime sounds, and loved taking early morning walks around the farm with fresh brewed Bebo's coffee in hand, looking for fruit... and having the 2 very friendly farm dogs follow us all around :) The room was right off the shared kitchen area and just down the hall from the bathroom and shower areas which was convenient. There was a bit of early morning farm noise, especially since our room was closer to the main areas, but that was helpful for us to get a head start on our days. We didn't have any problems with mosquitoes, though we were very careful to leave the lights out when we weren't around and kept the curtains as tight as we could when we were in the room at night. We'd definitely stay again if we're back on the island! Thanks Bebo & Karen!
Bebo is the real deal. I came out to Hawaii on a last minute trip and stayed in one of his bunkhouses. He greeted me with a warm Aloha welcome and I immediately felt like part of the family. I got the whole history of the farm, which he acquired a couple of years ago, and a private tour that led me through the acreage where he grows not just coffee, but bananas, pineapples, oranges, tangerines, guava, avocado (some of the largest I've ever seen!), and mango, to name a few. He welcomes any passerby to pull in from the road for a free tour of the property, which I think is pretty darn awesome. There are a couple of families that live and work on the farm, and they are all as nice as can be. If you stay there, you will wake up to fresh coffee that needs no cream or sugar, and whatever bread they have baked that week (banana, kabocha, etc.). The kabocha bread that Karen, Bebo's wife, bakes is AMAZING! Up on the hillside you have a wonderful view of the ocean and the sunsets are to die for! Come see Bebo, if nothing more than to feel humbled by such an honest, hardworking man, who lives to farm. Oh, and grab some coffee too!