Approved and Permitted by County of Hawaii
Kona Coffee On the Big Island of Hawaii
At Lyman Kona Coffee Farms
Kailua-Kona, Hawai’i (Big Island)
Welcome to the Mango Sunset Bed and Breakfast Inn situated at the Lyman Kona Coffee Farm in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii!
This farm, named after David and Sarah Lyman, is a place of history, culture, and delicious coffee.
The Lyman Kona Coffee Farm is a small family-owned and operated farm that produces high-quality Kona coffee. The farm is located at an elevation of 1,800 feet above sea level, which provides the perfect climate for growing coffee.
The farm uses sustainable farming practices and is committed to preserving the land for future generations. They handpick their coffee cherries, which are then sun-dried and roasted on-site to ensure the highest quality and freshness.
Visiting the Farm
Currently, to visit the farm, you must be a guest staying at the Mango Sunset Bed and Breakfast. The Lyman Kona Coffee Farm is a unique and special place that offers a glimpse into Hawaii's Kona Coffee Belt. Our commitment to sustainable farming practices and the production of high-quality Kona coffee is a testament to the Eckert family's dedication to preserving their legacy for future generations. Visit the farm and taste the difference!
David and Sarah Lyman were missionaries who were invited to Hawaii by the King of Hawaii at the time, Kamehameha III, in the early 1830s. They settled in Hilo on the Big Island of Hawaii and were instrumental in establishing the Hilo Boarding School, which provided education to Hawaiian children.
In the early 1990’s, Marsha and Hans Eckert moved to the big island and built this farm. They named the farm Lyman in honor of Marsha’s distant relatives. They moved to Kona and established the Lyman Kona Coffee Farm.