Get up your first morning with songs from the birds and enjoy a cup of our fabulous Kona Coffee!
Get your hands on our farm. we will offer a farm walk, long trails thought the cacao and coffee orchards.
you can see the tropical trees growing in different cycles...
Mango, avocado, tangerines, limes, papaya, soursop e.t.c....
We are centrally located to many of the great attractions on the Big Island, just a few minutes drive to the beaches and snorkeling on the Bay below, a 30 minute drive to Kailua Kona, or a two hour drive to see the amazing lava flow! We have a full service Supermarket close by in the village of Captain Cook, and five different restaurants near the village also
Fruits, when in season at no extra charge! Papayas, bananas, coconuts! We have fresh eggs from our chickens for you!
At the Bay down below you can:
Kayak and snorkel with the dolphins, and tropical fish. Scuba diving, kayak rental ocean tours available near by.
Then, pick up some fresh Ahi or Ono at the market above and come home and prepare and enjoy local foods!
Watch the incredible sunset! Maybe you will see the famous Green Flash!
Centered in the middle of a large Coffee Estate, surrounded by tropical gardens, 'Hawaiian Kine' Villas is an upscale modern replica of a Hawaiian Plantation Cottage, and is located in the heart of the Kona Coffee growing area above the historic Kealakekua Bay below Captain Cook town.
If you are looking for a secluded and at same time centrally located place, this is it!
In very private and quiet location, perfect for a couple or family of four.
Large complex of two separate Bedroom Hales('Hale ' is 'house' in Hawaii), each with their own private bathroom and Lanai(balcony). With marble bathrooms and slate and bamboo floors, and exotic woods. Each of the Bedroom Hales is connected by a walkway to the welcoming Central Kitchen Hale which has a large granite food preparation counter with bar and a beautiful view of the Bay! Two burners gas stove for cooking and a outside charcoal BBQ . Apartment size fridge, cookware, dishes.
For your beach activity we provide beach cooler, towels and beach chairs and boogie board.
Less than 10 minutes drive to the beaches below, 5 minutes to Captain Cook town and other small villages around with every convenience, shopping, entertainment, galleries, theaters and various food places.
Kealakekua Bay is one of the premiere vacation locations in the World! Enjoy watching the Spinner Dolphins jumping around you as you kayak in the early morning light!
Every morning, almost without fail, the dolphins are transiting the Bay in their early morning wake-up! Swim, kayak, dive, snorkel, all within 15 minutes drive from the cottage.
As you are coming to stay, start by driving down a tree lined 1/2 mile driveway into the property. Close your own gated entry behind you and you are in Paradise!
Enjoy a complimentary best in the world fresh 100% Kona Coffee, grown in the orchards near you. Then savor an organic Hawaiian chocolate from our orchards! And maybe even help us on the farm if you like hands-on activity. Join us in coffee picking season and learn coffee processing.
You are surrounded by acres of a private estate, that is being planted with coffee, and botanical plantings of tropical flowers and fruits. You can hike our walking paths through the gardens and coffee plantings, see cocoa trees growing chocolate!
You are welcome to hike the entire property, pick the fruits when in season, we have planted citrus, papaya, coconut, coffee, chocolate, bananas, acerolas (vitamin C Tree), star-fruits and other exotics such as pineapple and passion fruits!
This is non-smoking property, but we do have designated area for a smoking.
Please email us for further information. You will receive a prompt reply
50% down at the time of booking, 50% at the time of arrival
60 days cancelation with full refund
If you want the true Hawaiian experience this is the place. Located on the hillside of a farm with coffee, cacao, bananas, mango, papayas, lemons, oranges and other plants. The lanai’s and outdoor kitchen offer full ocean views to wake and end the day! The breeze kept most of the mosquitoes away, we did get a few bites but nothing a little spray and after bite fixed. I hate mosquitoes and plan to come back if that helps! Mike is an amazing guy, I’m sure his wife is just as great but we never got the chance to meet.
We stayed here 4 nights with a family of four (daughters age 14 and 17). Having the two cottages was fun, and we really enjoyed the outdoor kitchen. The location is great, about 20 minutes south of the bustle of Kona, but still close enough. We like to stay in places off the regular path, and this one was perfect for that. Very quiet and peaceful, with incredible views. 5 min up the road are enough stores and services to keep you going, and 10-15 minutes the other direction is excellent snorkeling and beaches (like Two Steps). Everything was clean and included all the amenities you would want, including a bag of really good homegrown coffee! Since the location is a bit wild, and the kitchen is open-air, be prepared to share your space with a few critters, especially day geckos. They don't bother us, but they will be everywhere including the counter tops and showers. The owners are very friendly and easy to get a hold of. We had no issues with our accommodations, but they are there to help and always willing to answer questions. We had a wonderful time and absolutely would stay there again. Highly recommended if you want a more authentic Hawaiian experience and something other than a condo or resort.
The beautiful grounds and well designed layout of 2 structures and outdoor kitchen between them is an ideal set. *Important* - ditch your gps and follow the written directions.
My husband, 2 sons and i stayed here for 1 1/2 weeks. Vika and Mike were super friendly and available hosts, giving us a tour of their property, identifying plants, offering us fresh fruit from their trees and sharing favorite snorkel spots and restaurants with us. We all loved the arrangement of 2 separate but close cottages with beautiful open air kitchen in between with large fridge, stove and seating for all with amazing views of jungle and ocean. My boys loved all the geckos, birds, millipedes and other insects they would find (or the creatures would find us)! The beds were super comfortable and so nice to turn on the ceiling fans in the eves to cool things off. My husband and i also enjoyed having the guitar to play while sitting on the porch. This place is perfect for those who have a sense of adventure and a healthy appreciation for the natural world. We had a great time and thanks to Mike and Vika for hosting us! Big thanks also to Vika's mother who insisted on personally taking on our laundry for the day, sending us to the beach instead. We really appreciated it! Happy Holidays to all of you and thanks again! Hope we can return someday!
We loved our time! The property is absolutely beautiful! The owners are wonderful and we loved the free coffee and fruit they provided! Hope to visit again
A quiet retreat and great place to explore the West side from. Well appointed and unique accommodations.
Wonderful private experience. Comfortable living and sleeping, outstanding views, well equipped outdoor kitchen. Gracious hosts. Nice selection of beach accessories available.
I'll start by listing what we liked about this tropical retreat offered by Vika and Mike. 1. Everything. Really, our 5-night stay here was the highlight of our (me, my husband and my sister's) two-week trip to the beautiful state of Hawaii. Driving down the winding driveway that first time, past coffee and cacao trees, bananas and papayas, palms and beautiful flowering trees was awesome (and we had no trouble with directions - they were clear and accurate - or gate access). And then we ended up in this little corner of paradise so beautifully situated among gorgeous, fragrant plantings, with birds everywhere and views that just invited relaxation. We were speechless. Vika and Mike were delightful hosts, welcoming us with estate coffee, fresh fruit and good tips about snorkeling locations. The separate bedroom hales were very nice for a group like ours and everything was clean and comfortable - including the hammock! We had all we needed in the open-air kitchen and enjoyed lovely sunrise breakfasts and sunset dinners. We appreciated the nice beach chairs, towels and cooler provided for our use. We have our own snorkeling gear, but there is plenty of gear provided, if needed. We enjoyed the birds and the geckos that make this property their home. We saw geckos mainly sunning on the wooden posts - never did see one in the kitchen, and bugs were not a nuisance for us at all. The location of the property is also great - outside of the Kona tourist area but very convenient to Kealakekua Bay and other great snorkeling spots; easy access to volcano area too. All in all, if you're looking for a place to stay that feels like a tropical Hawaiian paradise, and you enjoy getting some separation from the tourist scene, then stay here. Thanks Vika and Mike for making this retreat available to travelers, and thanks too Vika for the travel tip to visit Manoa Chocolate on O'ahu. We did that and had a great tour.
This property is a delight! I loved cooking and eating in the outside kitchen, perfect view of the water with my morning coffee. Each cottage has a very comfortable bed and a wonderful lanai! Another plus is the location. It is very convenient to Kona where we were able to do the Kealakekua snorkel and the Manta Ray night snorkel. Which was fantastic! Also very convenient to the Place of Refuge and Ho’kena beach, which also had great snorkeling. Very quiet location and the owner is very responsive. We were supplied with delicious coffee, fruit and eggs. Thank you so much for a wonderful stay!
The Hawaiian Kane Cottage was great for the four of us. You feel like there is no one for miles around, which was not common in Hawaii. Other than the roosters, which seem to have no predators in Hawaii and don't always wait until dawn to crow. We were able to prepare a lot of our meals in the open kitchen and Mike set up the Weber grill which was great for us. It does take a over half an hour to get it hot enough to cook meat, so keep that in mind in meal planning. Vika left us fresh eggs from their chickens, limes from their trees and showed us how to pick fresh papayas which were in season. We used them all. She also gave us a bag of very locally grown Kona coffee which was delicious. A few things to keep in mind: 1. There will be bugs. My wife was not happy with a cockroach she found in the kitchen, but that comes with "camping out." Everything was clean and there were plenty of towels, soaps and shampoo. 2. We had trouble getting hot water in the upper unit, but there was plenty on demand in the lower unit so folks just showered there. 3. It is at least a four minute drive from Napoopoo Road to the unit down the partially concrete, partially crushed lava rock drive, including getting through the pin-accessed gate. That can be an adventure on a very dark, rainy night but you are signing up here to be in the middle of an old Hawaii plantation. We really loved it.