Join us to reconnect with nature. Enjoy the peace and tranquility of Kona Bayview Inn. Wake up to the songs of the Yellow Finch, Hawaiian Cardinal, Sparrows and other tropical birds. At our Hawaiian B&B, you will feast on local fruits followed by our hot home cooked specialty breakfast all served on the lanai. Accompanied with breakfast is award winning 100% Kona coffee.
Relax in one of our three spacious rooms each with private baths. All guest rooms have sliding glass doors opening to the lanai with sun lit views of Kealakekua Bay and cool tropical breezes. The lanai is comfortably furnished all the way down to the island style reading material with coffee machine and microwave available for use. Stroll through joining mango, coffee, papaya and coconut plantations adjacent to the property.
The local grocery store, Choicemart, is five miles from Kona Bayview Inn and has a great variety of organic foods, beer, wines and other beverages. There are also several Farmers Markets in the area where you can get fresh island grown produce and local handmade crafts.
For the adventurous, feel free to explore the ten acre macadamia nut orchard and help yourself to fresh delicious nuts. A nut cracker is available on the lanai. Snorkeling gear is available for those that want to explore the underwater life at Two Step. This well known destination is located just five miles from Kona Bayview Inn. Other nearby snorkeling locations include Captain Cooks Monument at Kealakekua Bay and Ho’okena Beach. There are many additional snorkeling locations around the island but Kealakekua Bay and Two Step are the islands best.
Free high-speed wireless internet (WiFi) is available in each room and on the lanai.
Kona Bayview Inn is an ideal location with many attractions nearby to explore. It’s central location puts many of the best beaches and local attractions on the island within easy reach including popular Two-Step, City of Refuge, Kealakekua Bay and Painted Church. We’ve compiled a list of some of our favorites in the links below. But first, remember that Hawai’i has ideal weather year-round. Want to escape those 105°F summer days? Look no further!
Temperature on the Big Island is largely regulated by your altitude. Only in Hawai’i can you drive to the top of the 13,796′ Mauna Kea (which translates to “White Mountain” from Hawaiian), fill up some buckets full of snow and in a relatively short drive, build snowmen on the beach with shorts on while you enjoy the sunny 80° weather and warm tropical breezes.
The Kona Coast is the leeward or west side of the Big Island with incredible diversity. You can explore ancient lava flows, historic Hawaiian heiaus and baths, hidden beaches, or native villages with catchment water and solar electricity. As you move south, the stark lava flows around Keahole-Kona International Airport are soon replaced by lush tropical vegetation as you drive upland from the coast. Of the 13 climate zone classifications, the Big Island features 11 of them. That’s as many as the entire stretch of coast from Alaska to Costa Rica! There is something for everyone here.
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