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Aloha from the Big Island of Hawaii

Our Mango Sunset Bed and Breakfast Inn is family operated and has four Cozy Guest Rooms, an Activity Room, a Living Room (with computer and TV) and a large Ocean View Lanai. We also have a great Gazebo (see Our view picture below), where we all take our breakfast together. Our full hot breakfasts are included. We are located in North Kona* on the Big Island of Hawaii.

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We are located at 2,100 feet on the western slope of Hualalai Volcano in the Kona Coffee Belt, our average temperature is in the mid-70s, year-round. From our covered Lanai (porch), Mango Sunset Bed & Breakfast Inn's guests have a stunning view of five miles of Kona coastline. We are just ten minutes from Kona International Airport (see but not hear planes) and from downtown Kailua Kona. Our Guestrooms have in-suite baths (3 of them) or a private bathroom down the hall (Kohola room). Our hot Breakfasts (see list) always include our own Certified Organic 100% Kona Coffee, fresh tropical fruit and 100% fruit juice, as well as a hot entree. We are a favorite Kona lodging choice for Outdoors People, SCUBA Divers and Snorkelers. We offer guests travel and vacation resources on our bookshelf and on our website's Links page. We also have an outdoor BBQ Kitchen for our guests where simple meals could be prepared. We cordially invite you to Make a Reservation to visit us and be our pampered Guests. Feel free to Contact Us with any questions.Mahalo!

 

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  • https://fbcdn-profile-a.akamaihd.net/hprofile-ak-prn2/t1.0-1/p100x100/945735_595672750453984_339407323_n.jpgHans EckertAs of today, we have finished the first coffee picking round of the new season. % people picking crew, three days, processing every night, 5 thousand pounds of cherry. All are currently drying (as "parchment beans) on our deck. I also have about 500 lbs of cherry... Read More >
  • The last hurricane to hit Hawaii was in 1992, Iniki on Kauai, and I was there, 3 days later. In view of 5 K destroyed buildings, gained respect. Made preps, mostly via generator and lots of extension cords. Taped x's on all large windows, all lanai furniture into... Read More >
  • https://fbcdn-profile-a.akamaihd.net/hprofile-ak-prn2/t1.0-1/p100x100/945735_595672750453984_339407323_n.jpgHans EckertSo we finished planting all 150 Koa Trees in one long day. I had already picked up a truck load of the right soil (incl. 1/3 lava gravel). Each plant got a "collar", a 4" ring, 6" high, of thin irrigation pipe. I had made those years... Read More >

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Want to See our TV Documentary?

Click Here to view our 19 min. documentary made by German Public TV (ZDF neo), shown in Germany, Austria, Switzerland several times each year (our Facebook page). English Subtitles. Mahalo!

Sprechen Sie Deutsch?

Hier ist ein Link zu einem 19 Minuten Dokumentarfilm ueber uns vom ZDF Neo. Hier clicken (= unsere FaceBook Seite). Mahalo! Danke!

Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, USA

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