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The name doesn’t lie: at the Beautiful Edge of the World Bed and Breakfast, guests are treated to some of the best views in Hawaii. This B&B has three guest suites and is situated on five acres. Drink coffee grown right on the property as you enjoy the unbeatable views of Kealakekua Bay.

This quaint Hawaii eco-lodge sits on an organic farm, and the owners grow all types of tropical fruits like bananas, guava, and passionfruit–all of which you can enjoy during breakfast. The owners respect the beauty of the Big Island of Hawaii and have made conscious efforts to reduce the lodge’s environmental footprint in any way possible.

Only 25 minutes away from Kona International Airport, Beautiful Edge of the World offers a one-of-a-kind Hawaiian escape. It is minutes away from numerous cultural, historic, and natural sites. This B&B offers privacy, while still being only a ten-minute drive to stores. It is part of the Kona coast, a network of small communities with ties to fishing and farming.

Their story

Kurt and Kana (pictured above), from Korea and Japan respectively, decided to embark on a new path and open a bed and breakfast and farm in Hawaii. They bought the Beautiful Edge of the World five-acre property and have been committed to bettering the land while creating a welcoming experience for their guests.

The Edge is small but mighty. There are only three guest rooms, but all offer unbeatable views. Wake up to fresh fruit and Hawaiian coffee — all grown on the property. The rooms offer TVs, ceiling fans, and beautiful lanais to enjoy the perfect Hawaiian weather.

The property not only houses the bed and breakfast, but an organic farm tended to by the owners and some local farmhands. Part of the Kona coast, this farm produces coffee and a wide variety of tropical fruits, all of which you can enjoy at breakfast. 

The Edge not only offers amazing views, but it is perfectly situated amongst natural, cultural, and historic landmarks. Kurt loves sharing his favorite Hawaiian activities with his guests, from kayaking and snorkeling to hiking and horseback riding. Tour the Place of Refuge, swim at Hapuna Beach, shop in Kailua-Kona, or make your way up Mauna Kea for the sunset. There is no shortage of activities to immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Hawaii. Read more about them here.

Sustainability actions

Lowest impact construction and operation

Highest level of energy efficiency

Pioneer in waste management

Fully organic and chemical-free operation

Actively protects nature and community

Most Popular Activities near Beautiful Edge of the World

  • Ocean kayaking and snorkeling
  • Community visits
  • Swim with dolphins, sea turtles, or octopuses
  • Nature walks or visit one of the Big Island waterfalls
  • Enjoy magnificent sunsets

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Best time to visit Beautiful Edge of the World

  • Hawaii’s warm weather makes it a good destination at any time of year, with pleasant temperatures between 23°C and 30°C. The rainy season is between June and August which isn’t particularly that rainy.

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