Piece of Paradise Coffee Farm

Entire home hosted by Alissa & Derek

  1. 4 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 2 beds
  4. 2 baths
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Magical tropical escape and working coffee farm. Our farm produces delicious Kona coffee while also being a bio-plantation (botanical garden) that grows rare tropical plants and provides a home for local birds and wildlife.

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Property:
Magical tropical escape and working coffee farm. Our farm produces delicious Kona coffee while also being a bio-plantation (botanical garden) that grows rare tropical plants and provides a home for local birds and wildlife.

Three acres are devoted to the coffee trees, while the remaining acreage is landscaped primarily in rare and endangered tropical plants with the hope of encouraging their use in landscaping and thus saving the species. There are even a new species of avocado that was discovered on the property. These avocados are named Sallee avocados after Derek's mother.

Two acres of the property is landscaped in a wild tropical feel. Meander around the property (careful, this is not an uber-manicured sterile hotel so there are slippy spots and bugs) as you explore and discover the many exotic tropical plants.

Farm residents include wild turkeys, pheasants, chickens, frogs, roosters, the odd stray cat, and many small songbirds. You might see toads, geckos, mongoose, and chameleons as well. Wild parrots fly over the property near dusk.

Geckos will visit you inside the house. These little green charmers are very entertaining and adorable (but if the thought of geckos inside the house freaks you out - you will want to stay at a hotel near the water. Geckos abound in Hawaii and particularly in the more tropical and wet areas of Hawaii). The wild roosters don't keep to a morning only crowing schedule. These dudes do their own thing. Very entertaining to watch their 'I'm so grand' personalities.

While you'll be the only guests on the property, this is a working farm, so there is usually workers coming and going and work being done.


Hot Tub:
Relax in the infinity-edged hot tub looking over breathtaking views over downtown Kona and Ocean. The hot tub is located at the top of the property. Please note that because the hot tub is huge, it is not constantly heated. You will need to turn it on to heat and the heat turns off automatically after three hours.

Location:
Our farm is settled near the small artist village of Holualoa. The town offers art galleries, spas (massage and yoga), and restaurants. There are wonderful art stores and quaint shops (less touristy than downtown Kona). There is even a shop that sells Ukeleles! If you feel like some more shopping and action, downtown Kona is also a short drive away (about a 15-minute drive). Our property is off the Mamalahoa hwy.

House:
The home is clean, airy, relaxing, cute, and inviting (but not formal or fancy!). Home is on the lower part of the property (you can hear cars). Hot tub and pavilion area on the upper part of the property.

The Master bedroom has a king-size "green" Keeta mattress (super comfy!) and the master bathroom has a combo shower/tub. The master bedroom is large, airy, and bright. The master bedroom is on the second floor.

The second sleeping in the loft area and offers a full-size futon. Please note that the loft is open and does not provide privacy.

In addition to two indoor bathrooms and showers, there is an outdoor shower attached to the main house as well.

The temperature is usually a consistent 74F during the day. Afternoon showers are typical from 2 to 4 pm. Evenings can get chilly (usually around 55F). These temperatures are pretty consistent throughout the year. The rainy season is from June to September (clear in the morning, rains in the afternoon, clear sunset). The dry season is from October to May. The dry season is when you may get a winter storm, but it's usually clear. Welcome to the tropics where there are no weather guarantees!

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom
1 king bed, 1 sofa bed

What this place offers

Ocean view
Kitchen
Wi-Fi
Free parking on premises
Private hot tub
Washing machine
Dryer
Backyard
Hair dryer
Refrigerator

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Where you’ll be

Hōlualoa, Hawaii, United States

We are settled near the small artist village of Holualoa. The town offers art galleries, a spa (massage and yoga), and restaurants. There are wonderful art stores and quaint shops (less touristy than downtown Kona). There is even a shop that sells Ukeleles! If you feel like some more shopping and action, downtown Kona is also a short drive away (about a 15-minute drive). Our property is off the Mamalahoa hwy.

Hosted by Alissa & Derek

  1. Joined in November 2012
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We are an easy-going, health conscience, friendly couple who feel fortunate to enjoy and be able to share the beauty of Hawaii.

In our free time, we enjoy skiing, yoga, hiking, dancing, and general exploring (so much to discover). Derek is currently learning to play the bass, while I (Alissa) am working on my healthy cooking skills.
We are an easy-going, health conscience, friendly couple who feel fortunate to enjoy and be able to share the beauty of Hawaii.

In our free time, we enjoy skiing, yoga…

During your stay

Ray, the guest host, lives next door and will be available if guests have any issues or needs. We live primarily on the mainland, but encourage communication via the internet and phone.
  • Policy number: TA 036-651-6736-02
  • Language: English
  • Response rate: 100%
  • Response time: within an hour
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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: After 4:00 pm
Checkout: 11:00 am
Self check-in with key safe
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

Health & safety

Airbnb’s COVID-19 safety practices apply
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
Security Deposit - if you damage the home, you may be charged up to $704

Cancellation policy