Kealakekua Bay in the Midst of Kona Coffee Country

Kealakekua Bay cottage description

The property is a one-acre lot with a small mango orchard (30 trees), fruit trees (lime, lemon, orange and avocado) and a beautifully manicured landscape. Pineapple Patch cottage is separate from the main house, so your privacy is assured. There is a bathroom (with tub/shower), a well-equipped kitchenette with fridge, microwave, toaster oven and coffee maker, a queen-sized bed, an indoor eating area, as well as an out-door table and chairs, an outdoor shower and a gas grill for cooking.

Rate, taxes and cleaning fee

$90.00 per night subject to 13.417% local Hawaii taxes – Minimum Two Night Stay
A one-time $50.00 cleaning fee is charged


Guests Provide Their Own Meals


Non Smoking Only -  Smokers are welcome to smoke outside
Minimum Age Limit For Renters  - 21 and older only
Pets Not Allowed and not Suitable For Children

Bedrooms: 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 2, queen bed

Bathrooms: 1 Bathroom  - toilet, combination tub/shower and an outdoor shower

Kitchen & Dining

There are two dining areas - one inside the cottage and one outside.....
Toaster oven
Dishes & Utensils
Coffee Maker
Outdoor Barbeque


Hair Dryer
Linens Provided
Towels Provided


Cable TV, Stereo and Travel Books


Telephone and Internet
AT&T cellular coverage is internet boosted from inside the house. We can add your phone number for the time of your stay if you have AT&T cellular coverage.
 Internet is also available.

Outdoor Features

Water Sports Gear:
We supply beach gear - chairs, small cooler, floats, etc. No snorkeling equipment or kayaks, but it they can be easily rented in the area.
Outdoor dining, barbeque and outdoor shower for after the beach


Sports & Activities
Tourist Attractions
Away From It All

Location & View

Rural Ocean

Other Activities

Pineapple Patch is a short drive from beautiful Kealakekua Bay which has world class snorkeling, diving and paddling. Also nearby is Honaunau Bay, which also is a snorkel/dive/paddle mecca. Both Bays abound with dolphin and sea turtles as well as other beautiful marine life. Also located on Honaunau Bay is The City of Refuge (Pu'uhonua O Honaunau) National Historical Park - a link to the past of our Hawaii. Coffee and macadamia farms and mills abound in the area - as well as honey processing operations. There are hiking trails and tour operators who can arrange kayaking in the bays, snorkeling and diving. The views are stunning, and the area is rich in Hawaiian history. We are in nature, so we are surrounded by birds, exotic fruit trees and a bevy of flora.

The Unique Benefits

We are in an ideal location for R&R after a day of Big Island activities - whatever your pleasure, be it snorkeling or diving in Kealakekua or Honaunau Bays, cycling, hiking, sight-seeing, coffee tasting or just experiencing Aloha! We are two drives down from Napo'opo'o Road so road noise is non-existent. The property is surrounded by birds and lush vegetation. We are in good proximity to the local supermarkets (ChoiceMart and KTA), the post office, service stations, hardware store, kayak and snorkel rentals, and various restaurants offering fine dining to ethnic Hawaiian BBQ.