The Kane plantation guesthouse turns out to be the BEST hotel among the four hotels we spent during our honeymoon trip in Hawaii. I never stayed in B&B before, and staying in Kane plantation guest was a pleasant experience.
We lived in the Leina‘ala suite ($145 per night). It was the cheapest room among the four, but it was great. There were no one staying in the other three rooms during our stay there, so the entire floor was basically ours.
Friendly owners and staff. The owners, David and Michael, were very generous and thoughtful. They knew that we were on our honey trip, so they provided champagne and food upon our arrival. Everyday when we got back to the hotel, there were fresh flowers waiting for us.
Everything was kept clean.
The breakfast was amaaaaazing! David would prepare for the food, and it was all fresh and organic. All ingredients are locally grown.
There is a large jacuzzi outside of the breakfast dinning room, and it's always warm and ready to use anytime (not at mid-night, of course).
The house is located at the owners' plantation, and it's up on the hill surrounded by the lush green, so it's really quiet.
The road leading to the plantation was very small and kind of difficult to find.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Luxury Bed & Breakfast Guesthouse located in Captain Cook, the cultural heart of Hawaii's Big Island South Kona district, at the historic home of Artist and Historian Herb Kawainui Kane. The guesthouse is situated on a 16 acre avocado farm, with beautiful tropical gardens and sweeping views of the coast from Kealakekua Bay to Pu`uhonua O Hōnaunau. 77mi from Volcano and 26mi from Kona airport. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Kane Plantation Guesthouse Hawaii/Honaunau