Rainbow Plantation Bed & Breakfast
A tropical, healthy and plentiful breakfast is served on our ocean view lanai in the main house.
Besides coffee and macadamia nuts, we organically grow pineapple, passion fruits, papaya, banana, star fruit, oranges, limes, cashew nuts, lychee, guava, and many more Hawaiian fruits that will be served on your fresh fruit plate according to the season.
We can also help with very cheap car rentals, contact us.
We offer free WiFi and parking. There is snorkel stuff you can borrow.
We also have an open gazebo full kitchen and dining area where you can cook your own meals.
A large lava rock barbecue is built right next to the kitchen. Each room has its own refrigerator.
We offer the following rooms:
The Fern Room is located on the ground floor of the main house, next to the Peacock Room. ( 99.00 per night)
It is friendly and comfortable with a King size bed plus a futon bed couch. It has a private bath with soaking tub and shower and a separate entrance, cable television and a small refrigerator.
The view is to Koi Ponds, gardens and forest plus it has ocean view.
This light, comfortable room is located on the ground floor of the main house; it has a Queen size brass bed, plus a futon bed couch inside, private bath (with soaking tub and shower), private entrance, cable television and refrigerator.
It has a view of our koi ponds, and gardens. ( $99.00)
The upper unit in our two unit, three story 'Macadamia nut' building. This building was remodelled in 1998 and converted from a macadamia husking building. The Crow's Nest has a large living room, also with a television and refrigerator. It has a private bathroom with soaking tub and shower and a lanai on the main floor.
The romantic bedroom is on the top floor with a queen sized bed. Ocean view and view to private gardens are from the living room, bed room and private deck.
The living room has one queen sized bed and double futon couch for additional sleeping areas. ($109.00)
Hale Huna (Hidden House) is a cottage in our two unit 'Macadamia Nut' building.
It has a private entrance, an ohia wood lanai, a tropical bedroom with a double size bed ,a cozy living room with a single bed couch, television and refrigerator. The private bath has a double shower. The views are to the gardens. ( $99.00)
This 34 foot long retired fishing cabin cruiser, which used to go out for deep sea fishing between the Oahu and the other Hawaiian Islands for large Ono, Mahi Mahi, Tuna and other game fish.
In 1998 it was converted and remodeled into a cozy and comfortable, very private cottage.
It has a TV, a full shower, 2 single beds, a small living room and a deck in back of the boat. Nestled on the edge of the forest it has a wonderful ocean/sunset view. $79.00
All rates are per night plus tax, for double or single occupancy. There is an aditional charge of $15 for extra persons.
Just 35 minutes by car from the Kailua-Kona Airport (17 miles, 27.2 km), 20 minutes south of Kailua-Kona (10.5 miles), Weíre located between highway marker 110 and 111 about 1/4 mile down a private driveway from Mamalahoa Hwy (ocean side) and only a few feet from Napoopoo road which leads to Kealakekua Bay, a marine sanctuary and snorkelerís delight. The top of Napoopoo Road, (just minutes from the farm) also starts a hiking trail to the Captain Cook Monument. This trail can also be traveled by horseback.
* Kealakekua Bay (Captain Cook Monument) Kayak or swim with dolphins
* Honaunau Bay ( swim with sea turtles, watch dolphins, great snorkeling beach)
* Puíuhonua O Honanau (Place of Refuge)
* Horseback Riding to Captain Cook Monument ( starts at hiking trail)
* Hiking trail to Captain Cook Monument ( starting point º mile)
* Hoíokena ( sandy beach with lava pools )
* Volcano Park ( about 70 miles, 2 hour drive)
* Coffee museum
* Greenwell Park ( collection of native Hawaiian plants and flowers)
We look forward to welcoming you to our home.
||81-6327 B Mamalahoa Hwy Captain Cook
United States of America
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This page was last updated: 25 November 2012