Kana and I believe that a great stay in Hawaii should not be something only for rich folks. Our rooms are big, comfortable, sunny and airy. and priced right.
The Crow's Nest, above, is on the second floor of the house and has a spectacular
view of Kealakekua Bay and the Pacific Ocean. It has a private lanai,
individual satellite TV, DVD, phone, private bath, refrigerator, wall to wall
carpet, king size bed, and a couch sofa-bed. It is our most popular room and a favorite of
honeymooners, artists and poets. It is $139 plus tax per night. This room may
have the best view in Hawaii!
The Pacific Room, on the main floor of the house, is a spacious bedroom with a huge private bathroom, king size bed, a couch sofa-bed, individual satellite TV, VCR and DVD, wall to wall carpet, refrigerator, phone and opens on the long lanai which wraps around the back of the house looking out to the ocean. There is a semi-private area on the lanai for guests staying in the Pacific room. There is also a nice ocean view from the bedroom. This room is $129 plus tax per night.
The Nut Room is slightly smaller than the other two rooms but still quite large, new wall to wall carpet, has one double bed and one twin bed, no TV or phone (however guests are welcome to use the ones in the living room). The private bathroom is two steps down the hallway. It overlooks the orchard and has a wonderful skylight, and is $99 plus tax per night. We have a table with a great ocean view set up on the lanai for guests who stay in the Nut Room. .
When there are more than two guests per room, there is an additional charge of $15 per person per night. In those cases we put out Japanese style futons. The maximum capacity for each room is four. Also, we do not charge extra for one night stays.
Prices include a hearty, tropical breakfast. We are also a member of the
Hawaii Island Bed and Breakfast Association, and the Edge of the World has recently
won the "Traveler's Choice Award" (B&B Registry), so guests can be assured
of the highest standards.
There are many different ways a B&B can be run. The easy way is to maximize price and accept the fact that there will be a limited number of customers. A contrasting way is to keep prices as low as possible, to offer great value, knowing that this will help keep you full. We’ve consciously decided to do the latter. Many of our guests have told us they think we’re the best deal on the island., and I guess that’s confirmed by the high number of people who come back to stay with us year after year.
We are located on a five acre working farm, surrounded by macadamia nut, coffee, papaya, avocado, and mango trees. If you're a coffee drinker, you'll be served my own 100% pure, organic Kona coffee every morning. If you would like to try my own noni tea, just let me know. We also grow organic bananas, pineapple, guava, papaya, sour sop, Surinam cherries, atamoya, cheromoya, oranges, limes, sapodilla, and passion fruit, some of which you will be served with breakfast, depending on the fruits in season. There are also abundant beautiful flowers scattered here and there.
Guests who stay for three days or more may use the microwave and refrigerator. We also offer free laundry service for guests who stay three days or more. We have complimentary hair dryers, beach towels and mats, limited snorkel equipment, and ice chests for our guests. Guests are welcome to use my computer for a quick check of their e-mail.