Rainbow Plantation B&B Inn in Kona Hawaii
Rainbow Plantation B&B Inn Captain Cook Kona Hawaii Bed and Breakfast Coffee Macadamia Lodgings Accommodations

Hosts: Marianna & Reiner Schrepfer

Guestrooms: 5

Address: P.O. Box 122, Captain Cook, Hawaii 96704 USA

Telephone: +1 (808) 323-2393,
+1 (800) 494-2829

Fax: +1 (808) 323-9445

Activities/Attractions: The Island of Hawai'i is the furthest south of any in the island chain, and it's larger than all the other islands put together. It's also the home of the world's highest mountain (Mauna Kea), though much of the base is submerged. Nearby Kiluaea is the most active volcano in the world and the most popular visitor attraction in a state that's full of visitor attractions. The Big Island, as it's called, is the only place where one can ski in the daytime and walk barefoot in a warm sea at sundown.

The Kona District stretches about 60 miles along West Hawaii and is divided into North and South Kona. Kailua-Kona, the bustling, sunny town at the heart of the district, is just a 10-minute drive south from Kona International Airport.

The whole Kona region buzzes with activity: triathletes at the Ironman in October, champion fishermen at August’s International Billfish Tournament, celebrants at festivals for coffee and chocolate, plus cruise ship passengers, honeymooners, families, golfers, film crews, backpackers, scuba divers, naturalists, shoppers, conventioneers and vacationers from all walks of life any day of the week. Attractions include:

  • Kealakekua Bay (Captain Cook Monument)
  • Kayak or swim with dolphins
  • Honaunau Bay (swim with sea turtles, watch dolphins, great snorkeling beach)
  • Puíuhonua O Honanau (Place of Refuge)
  • Horseback Riding to Captain Cook Monument (starts at hiking trail)
  • Hiking trail to Captain Cook Monument (starting point 0 mile)
  • Hoíokena (sandy beach with lava pools)
  • Volcano Park (about 70 miles, 2 hour drive)
  • Coffee museum
  • Greenwell Park (collection of native Hawaiian plants and flowers)

Rainbow Plantation is located upcountry at 1,200ft elevation surrounded by many other coffee farms. The mild climate, altitude, and cloud cover in the afternoons contribute to the best 100% Kona Coffee found on the Big Island of Hawaii. Our coffee is roasted from medium to dark by demand, to offer the freshest and fullest aroma. This coffee is offered for sale or mail order at a low price of $16.95 per pound plus priority mail shipping.

"We stayed at this Jungle Paradise in a room with king size bed and private entrance ... it is clean and overall a fantastic place with lots of birds, (incl. peacocks and chicken and parrots) and other cute animals ... breakfast is served outside with the most beautiful view you could imagine. You can eat all the macadamia nuts you can find (nutcrackers are provided) and also tropical fruit that grow on the grounds."

"The owners were great. They really love animals ... they were just wonderful people. I can't believe that the place was so cheap ... compared to what you have to pay for one of those huge hotels there! I will definitely be back!"

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"Rainbow Plantation Bed and Breakfast Inn is truly unique. I felt like I was in a tropical paradise, with its abundance of flowers, birds, animals and unique accommodations. Marianna and Reiner Schrepfer have created an environment filled with unexpected surprises. Walking the paths through their 7 acre plantation revealed delightful pockets of flora and fauna that make The Big Island so special. Marianna’s cooking is to die for and sleeping in the Crow’s Nest was just the best. This B&B is not to be missed and I will definitely be back."

"The B&B is far enough off the road that you barely hear car and truck traffic. The views are spectacular from most of the rooms and from the breakfast lanai ... Marianna greeted us and was very pleasant."

General Information: Welcome to the Rainbow Plantation Bed & Breakfast Inn... located in Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii on a seven acre macadamia and coffee plantation. This historical, sacred Hawaiian landsite has been farmed for centuries. It is a natural, secluded, private, tropical hideaway away from traffic and surrounded by many varieties of tropical plants, flowers and organically grown fruit trees.

Rainbow Plantation is a working coffee and macadamia farm. Between early September and February many rounds of Kona Coffee are harvested. Macadamia nuts drop all year but especially in the Fall. This wild life sanctuary is a natural retreat for eco travelers, bird watchers, animal/nature lovers and guests, who seek a true Hawaiian, non-touristy, non toxic environment in which to relax and unwind.

  • Friendly, comfortable, private accommodations
  • A generous, healthy, tropical breakfast is served on our ocean view lanai
  • An open gazebo kitchen with dining area is centrally located for all our guests to enjoy
  • A temple for meditation and ceremonies
  • Free Macadamia nuts, all you can eat
  • 100% Farm grown Kona Coffee for sale and mail order
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  • On parle Francais

The Fern Room is located on the ground floor of the main house, next to the Peacock Room. It is friendly and comfortable with a King size bed plus a futon bed couch.

The Peacock Room is light and comfortable ... located on the ground floor of the main house; it has a Queen size brass bed, plus a futon bed couch inside, private bath (with soaking tub and shower), private entrance, cable television and refrigerator.

The Crow's Nest has a large living room, also with a television and refrigerator. It has a private bathroom with soaking tub and shower and a lanai on the main floor. The romantic bedroom is on the top floor with a queen sized bed.

Hale Huna (Hidden House) is a cottage in our two unit 'Macadamia Nut' building. It has a private entrance, an Ohia wood lanai, a tropical bedroom with a queen size bed, a cozy living room with a single bed couch, television and refrigerator.

Jungle Queen is a 34 foot long retired fishing cabin cruiser, which used to go out for deep sea fishing between the Oahu and the other Hawaiian Islands for large Ono, Mahi Mahi, Tuna and other game fish. In 1998 it was converted and remodeled into a cozy and comfortable, very private cottage.

Payment Accepted: Personal checks, money orders. bank transfers Visa, Master Card and Discover Card.

Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars).


A tropical, healthy and plentiful continental plus breakfast is served on our ocean view lanai in the main house.

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"A nice setting, lots of bird, animal life. The lady of the house Marianne was very nice ... my husband and I had the boathouse suite, we liked it ...  great views, an altogether pleasant experience."