Most Recent Reviews in Holualoa, HI

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  • over 5 years ago
    Fike Farms Of Hawaii
    ★★★★★1 review

    Mr. Fike is so fantastic. He talked to us for a long time and answered lots of questions about his coffee farm and the history of the island. We'd highly recommend visiting him for a tour and buying some of his coffee. It was the best coffee we found in Kona and his prices are competitive. We wil...

  • over 5 years ago
    Holualoa Ukulele Gallery
    ★★★★★1 review

    The ukuleles here are beautiful works of art. The shop owner is so friendly and will answer any questions you have about his creative process or how to play. You'll be so impressed by his attention to detail and the beautiful sounds to that come out of such tiny pretty instruments. It made me wan...

  • over 5 years ago
    Holuakoa Cafe
    ★★★★★2 reviews

    The afternoon we spent in Holualoa was the highlight of our trip to Hawaii. The calm spirit of this artists' village intoxicates you. The Holuakoa Cafe had the best food we ate while on the island. The burger was perfection & the fish was super fresh and tasty. The outdoor dining area provides th...

  • about 7 years ago
    Dovetail Gallery & Design
    ★★★★★1 review

    In the midst of the Holualoa community of galleries and small coffee farms, Dovetail Gallery presents work from the best artists and craftsmen and craftswomen in the area. The quality of the designs, materials, and workmanship featured in this gallery will captivate you and bring you back freque...

  • about 9 years ago
    Studio 7 Gallery
    ★★★★☆1 review

    Studio 7 Gallery showcases the artwork of owner Hiroki Moinoue and his wife, Setsuko. Hiroki Morinoue's work includes artwork in watercolors, oils, wood block and sculpture. His wife does pottery and she is the gallery's director. The gallery resembles a small museum, and the tranquil setting ...

  • about 9 years ago
    Holualoa Inn
    ★★★★☆1 review

    This is a beautiful upmarket bed and breakfast perched on 40 acres of sloping meadows with grand views of the Kona Coast. The 6000 sq. foot house has six guest rooms, each with a private bath. They vary in size and decor, but all the rooms are spacious and have their own charm. Guest amenities...

  • about 9 years ago
    Kona Hotel
    ★★★☆☆1 review

    At the Kona Hotel you will experience the small town character of a bygone era. This old local hostelry has high ceilings and some nice views. Rooms are basic with just a bed and dresser but are clean and priced very low. Bathrooms are shared and down the hall. With only 11 rooms, getting a r...

  • about 9 years ago
    Screen It
    ★★★★☆1 review

    At Screen It you will get fast and affordable service. They do mobile screen repair and frame replacements. You can get discounts with coupons in local papers on re-screens, screen frames, and supply purchases.

  • over 9 years ago
    Whale Watching Adventures Year Round With Capt Dan McSweeney
    ★★★★☆1 review

    This is a great whale watching tour. They offer tours of humpback, pilot, sperm, and false killer whales as well as dolphins and porpoises. They have 30 years of experience and give great narration on their tours.

  • over 9 years ago
    Kailua Bay Charter Co Inc
    ★★★★☆1 review

    This company has a wonderful glassbottom boat cruise that departs Kailua Pier every hour in the morning (on certain days). You can see all kinds of reef and deep sea fish as well as beautiful coral formations. You will also learn about Hawaii's marine life and Kona's history.

  • over 9 years ago
    Holualoa Gallery
    ★★★★☆1 review

    This is a charming little place off the beaten track. It has Kona Coffee and gardens to wander in. It is an artwork in itself. It has a view of the coast and well worth the drive up the hill to see it. PROS: Charming CONS: