Four bright and cozy rooms; stunning ocean views; located on active family farm for Certified Organic Kona Coffee Estate; very quiet; very interesting; 10 minutes from Kona town and airport at 2100 ft elevation (WE CAN SEE BUT NOT HEAR THE PLANES); 10 degrees cooler than Kona--we need no air conditioning (average temp. in the 70s). Full hot breakfast in the Ocean View Gazebo included; Coffee Farm Tours by owner/operator Dr. Eckert with reservations. Outdoor BBQ Kitchen available to guests. Our Breakfast always includes our multiple award-winning 100% Organic Kona Coffee, teas, 100% fruit juices, tropical fruit and our famous hot farm-style breakfast. After comfortable and peaceful nights, enjoy the morning on your Lanai. There, overlooking our 3200 tree Kona Coffee farm, you can take in our spectacular ocean view while chatting with fellow guests or your hosts, munching your banana-macadamia nut pancakes and star fruit filled papaya boat. See miles of coast, check out the surf line, count the boats, or use our binoculars to watch the birds, among them wild turkeys and the endangered and regal Hawaiian Hawk (18 species have been counted on this farm). Then drive off to your day of diving or biking, Volcano watching or golfing, deep sea fishing or kayaking. Shop and dine in Kona, explore historical sites or quaint artist villages Holualoa and Hawi. Come back to "talk story", have a drink seated on your lanai chairs, and be awed by our miraculously colorful "Mango Sunsets". For SPECIALS, please go directly to our own Mango Sunset BnB website.
Room: Queen bed; in-suite bath. Terrific Ocean View! All doors & trim are mahogany and bamboo hard-wood floors; all rooms are insulated for sound; top quality mattresses & extra pillows; individual reading lamps; ceiling fan switch at bedside. Island-style furniture: teak and bamboo; rooms have a 6 foot sliding glass door to the tiled, covered lanai where we all eat breakfasts. There, we have a table, two comfortable chairs, foot stools and binoculars for you.
Room: 2 XL Twin beds;(easily pushed together). Bath down the hall. Terrific Ocean View! All doors & trim are mahogany and bamboo hard wood floors; all rooms are insulated for sound; top quality mattresses, extra pillows; individual reading lamps; ceiling fan switch at bedside. Island-style furniture: teak and bamboo; all rooms have a 6 foot sliding glass door to the tiled, covered lanai where we all eat breakfasts. There, we have a table, two comfortable chairs, foot stools and binoculars for you.
Room: Queen bed; in-suite bath; Terrific Ocean View! All doors & trim are mahogany and bamboo hard wood floors; all rooms are insulated for sound; new, top quality mattresses, extra pillows; individual reading lamps; ceiling fan switch at bedside. Island-style furniture: teak and bamboo; rooms have a 6 foot sliding glass door to the tiled, covered lanai where we have a table, two comfortable chairs, foot stools and binoculars for you.
good size room with one Queen bed; space for roll-away (3rd person); in-suite bath, Mountain/Garden View, private Lanai, closet, private entrance. Ideal for parents and child or 3 people traveling together with much luggage. Extra person $30, per night.
4.8 on July 29, 2014
This was our first stay at a Bed and Breakfast and we thoroughly enjoyed it. We were encouraged to make ourselves at home at shown around. We took advantage of the grill and made our dinner and ate outside one evening. The morning breakfasts outside on the lanai were fun. There were conversations with other guests about plans for the day and Hans and Marsha offered suggestions to compliment the outings. The views were fantastic!
5 on June 08, 2014
Zum Abschluss unserer Traumreise waren wir bei Hans auf seiner Kaffeefarm. Nicht nur, dass wir einen wunderbaren Blick auf die Küstenlinie und insbesondere dem Flugplatz hatten (aber kein Lärm, dazu war er weit genug weg) war Hans ein toller Gastgeber. Kartoffelpuffer nach pommerscher Art - war eines der Gerichte, mit denen er uns überraschte. Über Kaffee wissen wir jetzt auch mehr und nicht zu vergessen die tollen, manchmal auch tiefgreifenden Gespräche über geschichtliche Themen sowie Gott und die Welt. Hans, Dir und Deiner Familie alles, alles Gute, Gesundheit und immer viele zufriedene Gäste. Noch ein Hinweis an die Leser. Nehmt die Telefonnummer Eures Kreditkarteninstitutes mit auf die Reise, es kann sein, dass man Euch die Kreditkarte sperrt, weil der PC meint, dass Eure Bezahlmuster dem eines Betrügers gleichen, dann reicht ein Anruf und alles wird wieder gut! 2 Erw. aus Hamburg im Mai 2014
3.6 on June 06, 2014
The Honu room was tighter quarters than I expected; luckily the lanai expands the space into something comfortable. Personable hosts, all business in order regarding service, very welcoming to children. Room and bathroom need a deep clean (dust on walls, under bed, very visible); bathroom could use a little touching up to be really fresh feeling. The breakfasts were fantastic and scrumptious, if a little on the too-sweet side (lacking in protein perhaps?). And the coffee, the coffee!! The coffee plus vista are the spotlights - a must for serious coffee lovers. The best coffee I have ever tasted.
5 on May 21, 2014
We stayed at Mango Sunset B&B for our week long stay on the Big Island. The rooms are clean and comfortable and the common area has great accommodations (Computer, Wi-Fi, satellite TV, refrigerator, beach towels, hammock and barbeque). The owners (Marsha and Hans) are extremely welcoming and offered us wonderful tips about places to go and things to do on the island. They also provided fresh fruit, estate grown coffee, juice and tasty breakfasts made with fresh organic ingredients (many of which were grown on the farm!). The owners treated us like family, and we had quality time with their two cats and adorable terrier, Abby (outside only). It's conveniently located near Kailua-Kona and the fantastic beaches of the northwest coast. We'll definitely be back on our next visit to paradise!
3.8 on May 13, 2014
Pretty location and super convenient for the airport. Breakfasts, and of course the coffee, were delicious. Hosts were quite helpful and pleasant. The only caveat, which I've noticed in a few other reviews, is Hans' straightforwardness can feel a little abrasive if you're used to the aloha mentality.
1.0 on May 03, 2014
The sunset is beautiful but this is the worst B&B I have ever stayed at. The owner is arrogant, there are no locks on the guest rooms, the bathroom rugs and bedspreads are filthy, there are no pillow cases on the pillows, breakfast includes stir fry meat served raw with potatoes and onions, the owner is taken to shouting at the staff and his wife in front of the guests. Find another spot to view the sunset and skip staying at this unpleasant place.
5 on May 02, 2014
One of the best B&B experiences of all our travel adventures.
4.8 on April 12, 2014
Tolle Unterkunft. Zimmer etwas klein aber ausreichend. Sehr freundliche Inhaber, die großartiges Frühstück gezaubert haben (haben unsere veganen Essenswünsche nicht einfach nur erfüllt, sondern ganz liebevoll und schmackhaft umgesetzt). Wir fühlten uns sehr willkommen.
4.0 on April 08, 2014
We stayed a couple of nights. Since we had already seen pictures of the room and views is was as we expected which is way better than average. Very friendly folks there and the Sunday breakfast was exceptional. Up high enough to be much cooler than the Kona lowlands. Very convenientt to the airport for our flight home. Great views from the deck in front of our room.
5 on March 25, 2014
We had the pleasure of staying at this BnB March 13-15 2014. What a wonderful start to our trip to Hawaii. The view, the breakfasts outdoors,the coffee and fresh fruit grown on their organic farm amazing! We had the turtle room and just loved the fresh breezes. Hans and Marsha were wonderful at directing us to beaches and activities. Thank you for everything.
in 2100 ft elevation on Kona Coffee farm, temp. in mid 70s year 'round, On the slopes of Hualalai Volcano, Part of the Kona Coffee Belt, Countryside, Island, Mountains, Oceanside, Ranch, Small town, Tropical
Kailua-Kona, Hawaii (Big) Island, HI (KOA-Keahole) 4 miles
After getting your car and meeting the Highway (#19, Queen Ka'ahumanu), turn RIGHT (South) towards Kona. Within half a mile, you come to the first Traffic Light. Go LEFT on it, KAIMINANI Drive. Stay on it (about 3.5 miles) until it ends (you'll be going uphill through the Kona Palisades housing area). Kaiminani ends on Mamalahoa Highway (Hawaii Belt Rd.). Go LEFT ( North). Before you turn, you'll see a Gas Station on your right. That's Matsuyama Store. Go NORTH (i.e., Left) on Mamalahoa Highway for no more than 500 yards. You'll see two concrete driveways next to one another on the Right (Mountain) side. The left or second one is 16 ft. wide and is ours. Turn RIGHT into the 2nd (left of the two) driveway. It turns from concrete to asphalt half way up. Stay on it all the way to our BnB (first building after the coffee farm gate) -- for about 2500 feet. Stop at the house to unload. The Parking Lot is above in the BnB.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Iron Man World Championship, Mauna Kea Observatory / Star Gazing Tours, Parker Ranch, Volcanoes National Park, Lyman Mission House and Museum, Artists Colony Halualoa, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Rodeo, Ruins, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Farm
BBQ grill, Board games, CD player, Clothes dryer, Computer, Copier, DVD Player, In-room internet, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Library, Outdoor grilling, Parking, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wi-Fi , Coffee Eco Tour by reservation (see website), Guest Kitchenette, free Wi-Fi and guest computer, Bar-B-Q kitchen w/sink and lights, Lanai and Gazebo w/ ocean view seating
Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Private entrance, Radio
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Organic Kona Coffee Estate Farm Tour (reservation), Volcano hiking and watching, Deep Sea Fishing, Surfing and Boogie Boarding, Whale, Dolphin and Turtle watching, SCUBA Diving and Snorkeling, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts, Water sports
Hans and Marsha Eckert
English, French, German, Spanish
1 Cat , 1 Dog , NONE inside BnB Others
When, after 20 years of visits, we decided to settle in Hawaii, we named our 8 acre Kona Coffee farm after Marsha's ancestors, The Lymans, who came to the island as Missionaries in 1832. We cleared the virgin land, planted 3200 coffee trees, and built the BnB, barn, and our own house. We are enthusiastic divers, love to bike, hike, & be one with nature whenever we can (and are not sitting behind our computers or on the tractor).
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , lactose free, no pork, no beef
Mango Sunset French Toast or Cheese Blintzes
Hawaiian Sweet bread French Toast with Mango puree; European style macademia nut pancrepes, covered with strawberry-yogurt-honey sauce. Home fries w/red + yellow peppers, onions, fresh herbs and mushrooms, served with bacon, saussage or scrambled eggs. Always with fruit juice, and 100 % Kona Coffee, tea, or milk.