Over the years we have been lucky enough to receive some wonderful coverage in Blog posts, Magazine Articles, and in the newspaper. We thought we would share some of the Highlights with you, Enjoy.
Three Perfect Days: Hawaii - Author JACQUELINE DETWILER
The largest of the Hawaiian Islands is the original home of King Kamehameha, the landing spot of the first Portuguese explorers and the island for which the chain is named. You could call it the island that started everything. (Just don't call it the Big Island.)
DAY ONE | By the time you reach John and Michele Gamble's breakfast table at the Palms Cliff House Inn (1), a rambling, many-porched cliffside hacienda that appears to have been airlifted straight from Charleston, S.C., you've already begun to forget. You're sure you left your BlackBerry around here somewhere, but it seems that sometime between waking up to the crowing of the resident rooster and sipping a cup of creamy Kona coffee on your private waterfront lanai, you forgot to look for it. Breakfast this morning includes local lilikoi (passion fruit) juice, orange-cranberry muffins and fresh pineapple. Just when you think you're done, leaning back with a satisfied smile and taking deep breaths of air untouched by humans for more than 2,500 miles, John emerges from the kitchen with guava sweetbread French toast and mango-chicken sausage.
You tear yourself away from the inn's paradisiacal porch, explaining that — as much as you'd like to stay all day and watch the moody waves explode into sea spray against Hilo's rocky shore — you've got to go see a man about a volcano.
The Palms Cliff House Inn won the honor of being named the Best Bed & Breakfast – East Hawaii by readers of the Hawaiian Tribune-Herald Newspaper for 2012. The Inn also won in 2011, 2010, 2009 and 2005 as well as winning the Best Bed and Breakfast - North Hawaii by readers of North Hawaii Today. John and Michele Gamble share the honor with their hard working staff.
"We are able to be so successful because we have such wonderful and dedicated staff that share our dream for this very special place" said owner Michele Gamble.
Celebrating ten years in operation the Gambles fell this is the perfect pat on the back for a job well done by their neighbors and peers. "We all work so hard to provide a quality experience while still providing value for the guest" commented John Gamble, "The economy is really tight for everyone, and yet, we are still providing value for every dollar a guest spends with us."
"We are so thankful to the people of the Big Island for giving us this honor again this year. There are so many Bed and Breakfasts out there who are working hard and providing a quality experience, so we understand what a tremendous honor it is to be given this award by the people who live here" Michele said in conclusion.