Enjoy the unforgettable Kona Coast
Directions from Kona Airport
Turn right on Hwy. 19 Stay on Hwy. 19 (becomes Hwy. 11 at Kailua-Kona) for 30 miles with a total trip time about 45 minutes. Look for mile marker 101 sign. These are small green signs. Proceed 3/4 mile and look for our mailbox on right-hand side (ocean side) with the numbers: 86-3992. Turn LEFT (towards the mountain) at the lava stone wall entrance (between two white pipes), proceed to the gate and enter your guest code.
Directions from Hilo airport
Turn left on Hwy. 11 (total travel time about 2 1/2 hours). Stay on Hwy. 11, traveling 100 miles through Hawaii Volcano National Park and several small historical communities. Proceed 1/4 mile past mile marker 100 and look for our mailbox on left (ocean) side of the highway with the numbers: 86-3992. Turn RIGHT towards the mountain at the lava stone wall entrance (between two white pipes), proceed to the gate and enter your guest code.
Coordinates: if you have a GPS system, these are our coordinates: North 19 degrees 363351 seconds, West 15 degrees 87359 seconds
About our property
Horizon Guest House is oriented exactly north/south and east/west. The sun sets out over the ocean, to the west, affording spectacular sunsets. Each suite has its own lanai looking west over the ocean. The day breezes from the ocean are warm and gentle. At night they reverse, dropping in temperature, as they come down the slopes of Mauna Loa. Each suite is oriented to take advantage of both the warm day breezes and the cool night breezes. The queen suite is known as the honeymoon suite because of the privacy it offers due to its location at the end of the wing.
However, each of the suites has a ‘privacy’ wall between it and the next suite, so that even when relaxing on your private lanai you will not be able to see other guests, but will still enjoy the expansive Pacific Ocean view. Our library features an extensive DVD collection, Smart TV and broadband (WiFi reception is available throughout the building and in each of the suites). Make use of the complimentary washer/dryer along with beach towels, snorkel gear and coolers. These are available in the laundry/utility room at the end of the guest wing. Pool-side BBQ facilities including dishes and silverware, all provided so that you can enjoy a BBQ while looking out over the Pacific Ocean.
Looking for a place to stay on the east side of the Big Island?
We recommend Crater Rim Cabin if you’re looking for unique accommodation on the east side of the island. The cabin is situated in Volcano, at the edge of the fern-ohia forest, just outside the boundary of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.