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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
"My friend and I stayed one week at Puukoa and it had everything we needed. We spent very little time in the room and never even turned the TV on! The bathroom is huge and had two sinks and the rest of the room was very spacious. The bed was very comfortable and there are two balconies to enjoy. Kathy responded quickly to my inquiries through email as well. The location is perfect, right off of Hana highway and less than 10 minutes from Paia town and Hookipa beach. It's a great central location to explore the island. I'd say 45mins to 1 hour (or less) day trips to most locations. We went to Haleakala to see the sunrise, Napilli Bay, Kaanapali beach, Hana, Waianapana, Makena and more! So you will definitely need a car. There is so much to see and do on this beautiful island. I plan to come back and would definitely rent from Kathy and Rich again. Mahalo!"
Guest: cramelingDate of Stay: September 2015Review Submitted: October 1, 2015
"My husband and I spent a week at the Maui Tradewinds in celebration of our 25th wedding anniversary. This bed and breakfast lies on a picturesque hillside just off of Maui's north shore near the start of the Hana Highway. Bev and David are the perfect hosts, attentive in every way while at the same time respecting privacy. The suite had all the comforts and essentials of home in a tropical paradise and is located away from all the hustle and bustle of the resort scene but still allows for quick and easy access to any part of the island. Perfect starting place for the trip to Haleakala and the road to Hana. Can't say enough good about this place and if we ever have the opportunity to visit the island again, Maui Tradewinds will be our first choice."
Guest: SueDate of Stay: October 2015Review Submitted: October 26, 2015
"I have been to Maui several times in the past and convinced my partner and another couple to come. From the start, dealing with Sharyn was a pleasure! Huelo Point Lookout is more than we had expected. The photos do not do it justice! The directions may seem a bit daunting, but rest assured, as soon as you make the drive once, you are set! We were greeted with some Welcome treats at the house, and were quick to meet with Sharyn. We found ourselves not wanting to leave our little paradise for fear of the 'outside world'. Though, when we did, we discovered the Twin Falls, and several other little gems which were a short drive away. We did have a little Wasp issue, but that was quickly resloved by Sharyn who handled them like a pro! The ONLY downfall (if you could even call it that) of being on this side of the Island, is that the trade winds are quite strong, and can feel like you're going to be blown over on some days. When that happens, hop in the car, and take a trip to Lahaina!
From the bottom of our hearts, we would like to thank Sharyn for opening up her home to us Crazy Canadians ;)
We hope to see you again next year!!!"
Guest: KatyaDate of Stay: March 2015Review Submitted: March 31, 2015
"A couple of weeks ago, my wife, myself, our four children, and her parents rented the entire house for five glorious days and nights. This B&B is the most unique and peaceful one we have ever stayed at. It is conveniently located near the mostly undiscovered town of Haiku, the small but bustling city of Paia, and the world famous Road to Hana. The Master bedroom offers a ton of space, privacy, and a great view of the gardens. The Ariel suite offers both garden and ocean views. The August suite, which my wife and I stayed in this time, offers a great ocean breeze as well as views of the tropical foliage and ocean. It is more than a B&B, its a home. The amazingly pleasant owners, Chris and Susan Gebb, raised their family in the home and you can feel the love that still permeates throughout. The Gebbs are full of good stories about their life in Maui, as well as suggestions for things to do and places to eat. However, they seem to have the skill to be there when you need them, but not around when you want privacy...amazing talent. If you are looking for true relaxation and tranquility, Windward Gardens is the place. You can stroll the amazing gardens or sit on the lanai with a cup of coffer or tea and look at the tropical gardens and ocean. I know I have said amazing about a million times but there is no other word that comes to mind to describe this indescribable place. We are definitely going to stay at Woodward Gardens again the next time we visit Maui."
Guest: Eric H.Date of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: August 20, 2015