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76-770 Hualalai Rd, Kailua Kona, HI 96740-6627, USA    
(808) 329-1123
 
 

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  1. A true country bed and breakfast with a touch of gentle aloha in Kailua Kona, Ha...
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  8. Our common room living area!...
  9. Sit quietly in a deep custom Japanese stone/tile ofuro (Jacuzzi) while the jets ...
  10. The Backyard Waterfalls!...
  11. Our dining room!...
  12. This is our beautiful west breakfast lanai!...
  13. Relax in our beautiful jacuzzi....
  14. The Malia Room Gardens...
  15. Our Koi Waterfalls!...
  16. Some of our beautiful freeloaders!...
  17. Hale Maluhia Upper Area...
  18. There are plenty of places to sit and enjoy the beautiful scenery!...

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Description

This one-acre tropical estate was designed to serve as a contractor's plantation-style home. Shade and fruit trees decorated the one-acre estate. The grounds include terraced flower and vegetable gardens, koi ponds and waterfalls. Guests can relax in a Japanese stone and tile hot tub which rests beneath an Oriental gazebo. Three beaches are within 10 to 15 minutes of the inn. Kailua-Kona is three miles away, and the inn is about 20 minutes from Kona Internation Airport. Holualoa, known as an artists' colony, is a three-mile drive up the side of Hualalai Mountain.

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Rates

$104 to $192

Payment Types Accepted Include Master Card, American Express, Travelers Checks, Visa, Personal Checks, Cash, Money order and Personal check.

    • Breakfast
    • A Full Breakfast Lovers Buffet
    • Omlette Bar Is Available Each Morning With Fresh Baked Bread
    • Full Self-service Omlette Bar
    • Pastries
    • Hawaii Local Fruit
    • Cereals
    • Juice
    • Tea
    • Pure Kona Coffee

Amenities

This property has 5 total guest accommodations with private bath, 1 with hot tub, 1 two-bedroom suite, 1 cottage, 1 guest house and 1 conference room. The types of beds available include King, Queen and Twin.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Cable TV
  • Computers
  • Copy Machine
  • DVD
  • Fax
  • Hair Dryer
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Refrigerator
  • Telephone
  • Television
  • Wireless Internet Access

Business Traveler Amenities

Excellent Video and DVD Library
  • Daily Newspapers
  • Television
  • Gym Nearby
  • Desk
  • Internet Access
  • FAX On-site
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Modem Connection
  • Hair Dryer
  • Wireless Internet Access
  • Excellent Video
  • DVD Library

Events Hosted

    • Meetings
    • Family Reunions
    • Romantic Getaways
    • Honeymoons
    • Seminars
    • Weddings
    • Spiritual Retreats
    • Exceptional Seminar Facilities

Pet Restrictions

No pets allowed...
  • No Pets Allowed..

Romantic Interest

Enjoy a secure comfortable Kona Coffee country Inn with good food, sage advice, friendly prices and a gentle touch of aloha from old Hawai'i along the road less traveled. 3 miles to Kailua Kona and the Historical Art Community of Holualoa. 11 miles to KOA Int. Airport.

What's Green About Your Inn

We are working towards having an aquaponics garden and are about 80% completed. Have some raise beds for root vegetables now growing stuff.

Innkeepers Association Memberships

HIBBA., Hawaii State Assn.

Describe Garden and Grounds

We try to make it feel like the Garden of Eden, a natural easy going organic feeling. Most folks compliment us on how "Peaceful" the Inn feels.


Maile Room

Cozy room with queen bed with private bath and entrance. This is an excellent room for covering business needs on a visit to the Big Island. Cable TV,DVD and RoadRunner wireless.

Rates: $79

Pikaki Room

Queen bed, kitchenette, working desk, private bath and entrance. This room also has a lovely lanai with table and chairs for dining overlooking our koi ponds. Cable TV, DVD and RoadRunner wireless

Rates: $89

Jasmine Room

This a second story, attic/dormer room somewhat Swiss Family Robinson. It is a large room 11' x 21' with a queen bed, working desk, and room for kids on roll-a-way beds. It has no party walls so is like a cottage with A.C. Refrigerator, a private bath and entrance. The room has cable TV, DVD and RoadRunner broadband wireless access. Very Private. Created for Ken's grand daughter Jasmine.

Rates: $99

Makua Room

King bed, Room:12'x14', private bath with large ceramic double shower and Air Conditioning. Nice views of the nut orchard. Cable TV, RoadRunner wireless.

Rates: $104

Malia Room

King bed, Room: 12'x16', Full bath with cast iron soaker tub, working desk and French door to flower garden area with chairs, table and a large umbrella. Cable TV, RoadRunner wireless.

Rates: $118

Banyan Cottage

Over 850 sq. ft., large spacious, rustic and very private cottage, w/kitchenette, sleeps 2 to 5: King bed, double tile shower, private Jacuzzi with jets. The Banyan Cottage is a virtual tree house on the west with a charming lanai, B-B/Q and old wooden porch swing with some ocean views. It has paved parking for two cars at the door on the east with two steps up to the porch and one step into the cottage. The Banyan Cottage is ideal for honeymooners, private get away's, anniversaries and families with kids. It is very inviting and comfortable. Cable TV. DVD with an expansive private movie library and a very large working desk area w/broadband and wireless access.

Rates: $169

Japanese Tea House

Lovely spartan setting under a giant banyan tree of 200 sq. ft. with Japanese Shoji window and doors. Due to the detached bath the price has been greatly reduced. So it is rather like top scale camping if you are young at heart. We are in the process of adding a full on Japanese wet bath with ofuro. Should be completed in a couple of months. You may take advantage of this price for the future and just might also get the lovely bath. Comes with cable TV, DVD, Broadband wireless and a good writing desk. Has a full bed but can accommodate a family with a couple of kids by putting futons on the floor. Includes our Breakfast Lovers Buffet and Omelet bar with bird watching. for two at this price. Some tell us our breakfast is the best in kona.

Rates: $69

Reservation/Cancellation Policies:

Minimum Stay Requirements

none

Children Restrictions

Children OK with trained parents....

Cancellation

Within 30 days, room re-booking. No show, full cost of accommodation. 10% Booking fee retained on all confirmations.

Check-in/Check-out

3 PM / 11 A

Smoking

Outside Only.


Other Activities

    • Canoeing/Kayaking
    • Bicycling
    • Beaches
    • Art Galleries
    • Antiquing
    • Amusement Park
    • Fishing
    • Golf
    • Hiking
    • Horseback Riding
    • Live Theater
    • Museums
    • Parks
    • Shopping (Local Crafts)
    • Skiing Downhill
    • Tennis
    • Water Sports
    • Wineries
    • Many Old Hawai'i Historical Sites
    • Many Small Rather Private Beaches

Historic Interest

Oldest Church in Hawaii, 3 miles... Oldest Hotel 3 miles. Middle of the Kona Coffee Country

Historic Awards:

  • City Historical Site (Granted)

Nearby College/University

Univ. of Hawaii


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A most pleasant place to stay in Hawaii.

My wife and I just returned from 10 days at Hale Maluhia and couldn't be more pleased with our choice of accommodations. Our room was sunny and bright and the air conditioner kept it at a comfortable temperature, important for my wife. The daily breakfast was fabulous with a wide variety of food to chose from in the kitchen. Dining was on the comfortable lanai where you could watch birds feeding in the bird feeder and on the grass. The staff was very friendly and helpful and always upbeat. The owner, Ken, is very knowledgeable about the island and was able to suggest many interesting places to visit. The price is very good considering the wonderful breakfast provided. My wife and I will definitely stay there the next time we visit the Big Island.
Hurley Wilvert

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Home away from home

What a wonderful place to stay! During our 2 week travels around the Big Island of Hawaii, we were fortunate enough to find this great, affordable B&B. Ken was very accommodating to our late arrival, and the breakfast each morning was outstanding! The rooms were cozy and the beds were comfortable. The residents of the house were super helpful in giving us fun places to explore. We enjoyed our stay so much that we cancelled a different hotel reservation and stayed here again when we came back to this side of the island at the end of our trip. If we ever visit Hawaii again, we will definitely be staying at Hale Maluhia! Mahalo!
Rachel C

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A place of paradise!!!

C’est un coin de paradis. Je ne pouvais pas espérer mieux. La maison est située en hauteur, dans une quasi jungle. Tout est là. Les oiseaux nous réveillent le matin, le bruit de la jungle nous berce la nuit. Le personnel est d’une amabilité, sympathie, serviabilité et éducation exemplaire. Le personnel de cette maison est très humain. J’ai apprécié les gens et le lieu et je retournerai volontiers. Mon séjour à durée 3 nuits (par manque de disponibilité des chambres). Les chambres étaient prises. Je suis resté du 11 au 14 avril 2015. Les chambres sont propres, les salles de bain aussi, bref je n’ai aucun mauvais commentaire. Tout était beau dans ce lieu de paradis qui m’a surpris. Pour moi, tout était parfait. Le parking est inclus et le petit déjeuner aussi. C’est un buffet ou j’ai rarement gouté à des aliments aussi frais que ça. De plus, il se donne sur une véranda qui donne une vue agréable sur la nature et les oiseaux qui l’occupent. Je recommande vivement ce lieu. Si vous voulez fuir la ville, jouir d’un endroit de paix, de beauté et d’humanité, c’est la place ou aller. Merci à tout le personnel pour votre sympathie et humanité. Note totale !!! bravo et bonne continuation. Je vous remercie! abdel ----------------------------------------------- This is a place of paradise. I could not hope more. The house is located on a hillside in a place like a jungle. Everything is there. The birds wake up us in the morning, the sound of the jungle at night lulls us. The staff is a kindness, sympathy, humanity, and with an exemplary education. The staff of this house is very human. I enjoyed the people and the place and I would stay and repeat again for sure. My stay 3 nights in duration (for lack of room availability). The rooms were taken. I stayed from 11 to 14 April 2015. The rooms are clean, the bathrooms too. I have really no bad comment. Everything was beautiful in that place of paradise that surprised me. For me, everything was perfect. Parking is included and breakfast too. This is a buffet. I have rarely tasted food as fresh as that. Moreover, it overlooks a veranda overlooking a pleasant view of the nature and birds that occupy it. I highly recommend this place. If you want to escape the city, enjoy a place of peace, beauty and humanity, this is the place to go. Thank you to all the staff for your sympathy and kindness. Total score !!! I hope you a good continuation. Thank you! abdel
Abdel Ameur
Montreal,

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A real house of peace

Wish we'd had more time to spend here - will be back! Very friendly & helpful staff, lavish breakfast, comfortable, clean room & exquisite grounds & facility.
James Hedgecock

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InnSide Tip - great dinner place
We came over from our home on the east side of the island to see a show at the Aloha theater & found the best place to eat nearby - Annie's at Mango Court in Kainaliu. Not cheap, but great food & value.
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What a find!

My husband and I spent a week at Hale Maluhia Sept. 2014. We chose this place because of the reasonable/welcome price and the friendliness evident in the on-line information. We hadn't been there 24 hours before we realized this is a very special place in terms of staff, atmosphere, natural beauty, friendliness, helpfulness. I actually told my husband that if I were unable to do anything else while in Hawai'i, I would go home content because of our Hale Maluhia experience. We felt sorry for people staying in some conventional hotel room in town. This place and everyone living/working there are full of character. We felt totally at home and free to ask for anything we needed. Our shower control knob was hard to use--it was replaced very quickly, as was the shower head. The openness and accessibility of each staff member led to fascinating conversations. The breakfast scene was truly a wonderful experience--the setting rich with color and shared with lovely birds, turkeys and chickens and brilliant green lizards eager for a lick of sweet fruit. Louis, the chef, put together a beautiful breakfast spread and I loved hanging around the kitchen admiring his work. We could make omelets using an array of delicious, healthy ingredients--and Louis often made the tastiest fruit smoothies. The Kona coffee was something to look forward to each morning too. Each morning was a rich experience, one we were sad to have to leave at week's end. Hale Maluhia is much more than a B&B--it is an enriching and memorable time in itself. We would love to go there again.
Pat Fust

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Tranquility in Paradise

My husband and I came across Hale Maluhia while searching for the ideal Bed and Breakfast. We couldn't have located a more perfect residence for our 4 day Kona stay. "House of Peace" is the perfect name for this beautiful home. Surrounded by foilage, Birds of Paradise, a breakfast garden to enjoy in the morning (or anytime) filled with native birds and a waterfall as well as caring staff and owners - a traveler is bound to decompress from the Mainland and experience the spirit of aloha in this wonderful place. Our breakfasts were just awesome - a grand array of hawaiian fruits, delectable homemade breads and other goodies complemented the 'make your own' omelettes and waffles. And located in near proximetry to coffee plantations, the coffee is just the BEST!! We were joined on 3 of the mornings by a gecko who shared a piece of papya with us!! Our room was very comfortable, and the staff went out of their way to meet our needs and make us feel at home including being serenaded by beautiful piano music during breakfast. There is a peace here that almost defies explanation. If we are ever fortunate enough to return to the Big Island, we will be certain to stay again. John and Kathy Raimondi
Kathy Raimondi
Pittsburgh, PA

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A slice of paradise!

We highly recommend this place!
Carol Bailey

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A wonderful week

My wife and I spent a wonderful week at Hale Maluhia at Kona. Owners Ken and Sue were gracious; innkeepers Adam and Pam were always attentive and considerate. The B&B itself was clean and comfortable, truly a home away from home. We would return in a heartbeat.
Michael C
6/21/2010

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Truly a House of Peace

My wife and I spent our first wedding anniversary on the Big Island and stayed at this most delightful B & B which was truly a “House of Peace” for us. Owners Ken & Sue Smith were most accommodating extending a discount for our longer stay. Inn Keepers, Adam & Pam Mather (along with 5 yr old Jade) went above and beyond to make our stay most enjoyable. From providing us with home made cracked wheat bread along with their breakfast self-serve buffet to supplying us with water & beach equipment, they served us royally. This well-equipped B & B is nestled up on the mountain side in the midst of a lush green landscape. It has the feel of being built in the old-style Hawaiian fashion almost like the “Swiss-Family Robinson” home. Although it has a sense of being secluded, it is in fact very accessible to all points of interest. With all of the amenities you could ask for including a covered hot tub, internet access and large screen TV’s with movies, we could not have asked for more. This will certainly be our point of destination and stay the next time we return to the Big Island! It is well-worth your stay! Don & Bonnie
Don M
Guelph, ON
4/28/2010

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House of Peace

I stayed at this awesome place for 18 nights. Had planned only to stay for the first 10 night but it ended up being 18 nights in total. The breakfast is fresh and you make your own omelet or scrumled eggs. Tell Ken (owner) in the morning if you want to use the hot tub in the evening. They heat up the tub by solar panels. The owners Ken and Sue and staff are very humble, nice and love caring people.Don't miss out on staying at this quite, peacfull and nice Inn. Vesa from Falkenberg, Sweden
Vesa Hurskainen
Falkenberg Sweden, HI
10/31/2009

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Lum Ho's Vacation

Our stay at Maluhia was great we liked the Jucuzi and the Homemade Bread I even got the receipe.....We will be going back in November for my Birthday!!!
Mavis L
Hilo, HI
10/2/2009

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relaxing

The most relaxing and enjoyable part of our vacation were the days we spent at Hale Maluhia.
Anonymous
10/21/2008

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Hale Maluhia Country Inn (house of peace) Kona
Enjoy a gentle touch of aloha from old Hawai’i along the road less traveled at Hale Maluhia. A Country Inn Estate with Kona Coffee Country Comfort and Hawaiian plantation living. Big old Trees, Sage Advice, Deep stone/tile Hot Tub W/Jets, Good beds, Private baths, Breakfast Lovers Buffet with an Omelet Bar and bird watching. Broad Band Wireless “N”, Cable, TV/DVD’s Exceptional Free DVD Movie Library. Christian Book Library, Comfortable, Private, Secluded Gracious Living. Be sure to view our “Virtual Tour.” www.hawaii-bnb.com 3 miles to the Kailua Kona Pier and 11 miles to the Kona International Airport, (KOA), Hale Maluhia Country Inn (house of peace) Kona
Enjoy a gentle touch of aloha from old Hawai’i along the road less traveled at Hale Maluhia. A Country Inn Estate with Kona Coffee Country Comfort and Hawaiian plantation living. Big old Trees, Sage Advice, Deep stone/tile Hot Tub W/Jets, Good beds, Private baths, Breakfast Lovers Buffet with an Omelet Bar and bird watching. Broad Band Wireless “N”, Cable, TV/DVD’s Exceptional Free DVD Movie Library. Christian Book Library, Comfortable, Private, Secluded Gracious Living. Be sure to view our “Virtual Tour.” www.hawaii-bnb.com 3 miles to the Kailua Kona Pier and 11 miles to the Kona International Airport, (KOA), Hale Maluhia Country Inn (house of peace) Kona
Enjoy a gentle touch of aloha from old Hawai’i along the road less traveled at Hale Maluhia. A Country Inn Estate with Kona Coffee Country Comfort and Hawaiian plantation living. Big old Trees, Sage Advice, Deep stone/tile Hot Tub W/Jets, Good beds, Private baths, Breakfast Lovers Buffet with an Omelet Bar and bird watching. Broad Band Wireless “N”, Cable, TV/DVD’s Exceptional Free DVD Movie Library. Christian Book Library, Comfortable, Private, Secluded Gracious Living. Be sure to view our “Virtual Tour.” www.hawaii-bnb.com 3 miles to the Kailua Kona Pier and 11 miles to the Kona International Airport, (KOA), Hale Maluhia Country Inn (house of peace) Kona
Enjoy a gentle touch of aloha from old Hawai’i along the road less traveled at Hale Maluhia. A Country Inn Estate with Kona Coffee Country Comfort and Hawaiian plantation living. Big old Trees, Sage Advice, Deep stone/tile Hot Tub W/Jets, Good beds, Private baths, Breakfast Lovers Buffet with an Omelet Bar and bird watching. Broad Band Wireless “N”, Cable, TV/DVD’s Exceptional Free DVD Movie Library. Christian Book Library, Comfortable, Private, Secluded Gracious Living. Be sure to view our “Virtual Tour.” www.hawaii-bnb.com 3 miles to the Kailua Kona Pier and 11 miles to the Kona International Airport, (KOA).

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