“Pu'u O Hoku” is true to its Hawaiian name — which means “Hill of Stars”.
Surrounded by more than 14,000 acres of protected land, immersed in the transcendent beauty of forest, sky and ocean.
The Ranch is a family-owned biodynamic and organic ranch and farm, rustic retreat center, and sublime getaway on the remote and tranquil east end of Molokai, Hawaii.
Here you can hike, swim, stargaze, surf, unwind and experience a working ranch in action.
Pu'u O Hoku is one of the few places left where you can feel Hawaii as it once was — where you hear only the wind and the ocean and the only lights at night are the stars.
The farm at Pu’u O Hoku produces certified biodynamic and organic dried bananas, fresh frozen Hawaiian ‘awa root, honey, and a wide variety of other certified organic and biodynamic fresh fruits and vegetables.
The ranch is also the home to approximately 25 protected Nene goose.
The lodge was built in the distinctive style of noted architect C.W. Dickey in 1935 and is an example of the golden age of Hawaiian architecture. It features a majestic room (about 1,350 sq
ft) furnished with Balinese and Hawaiian wood and textiles, with rough cut wood beams, a lava-rock fireplace, a library and sitting areas.
Attached to the lodge are a certified commercial kitchen and a shaded lanai (about 800 sq ft).
In front of the main building, a large yoga deck overlooks a lawn that sweeps down, offering views of the ocean. A pool nestles behind the building.
The surrounding landscape was redesigned by Leland Miyano in 2013 using native Hawaiian plants.
The lodge experience is all inclusive providing a chef for seasonal farm to table island inspired meals. The menus are inspired by a tropical biodynamic garden & farm produce.
Homemade bread, marmalade, honey, granola, oatmeal, yoghurt, tropical fruit. Black & herbal tea, coffee, dairy & nut milk.
Burgers with mediterranean herbs and taro chips served with farm grown salads and fresh hibiscus tea.
Native banana (iholena) savory Thai coconut curry with taro leaves a la Catalana. Served with garden vegetables, salad, and fresh tea.
Coconut panna cotta or tropical sorbet.