We spent 3 days here last year and again a week ago. The setting in the middle of the coffee farm in the rainforest is spectacular...and Robert and Dawn are great hosts...they were able to show us around the workings of the farm and we watched our coffee being roasted...it doesn't get much fresher...and soooooo delicious! The cabin is basic with everything you need. We shopped in Kona before coming out so had everything we needed including tuna and steaks for the barbecue. Ideally you should have a 4 wheel drive to get up the hill to the farm...it's well worth the investment as we used it to go up Mauna Kea as well. This off the beaten track gem is well worth the effort to find.
This place is away from everything and if you like solitude and views, you cannot beat this. The guesthouse is 3/4 mile up (pretty much straight up) the highway on a coffee farm. It has a gorgeous view of the ocean and you are surrounded by coffee trees and the smell of coffee. The house is well stocked and very clean. The pictures do not really do the house justice--it is much nicer than it looks and so reasonably priced. To some the downside will be that is far away from everything but to many that will be a real draw--no crowds of tourists, absolute silence at night, and the surrounding beauty. The hosts were lovely.