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Recent Haiku reviews

  • What a wonderful amazing house!

    "We just arrived home from 3 truly wonderful weeks staying at Arturo's house in Haiku. The house is everything described in the add an more. It has a really good location in a quiet neighborhood in lower Haiku with stunning ocean and west Maui mountain views. If you are looking for a different holiday, away from the tourist mill in south and west Maui, this is the place for you. It is close to the restaurants and cafe's in Haiku, mainly used by the locals, you have a nice view of Ho'okpia down below so you can almost check out the wind and waves from the patio and it is only 10min drive to Paia, with it's many great restaurants, friendly people and small boutiques. Arturo as a landlord is great! He popped in to say hi and tell us about the house, and he left fresh fruits from the garden on our patio regularly. At the same time he gave us full privacy but was still available if we had any queries. The house is very well maintained and fully stocked with towels, sheets, pots and pans, kitchen supplies, laundry facilities etc. It did not at all feel like a rental house, more like a proper home. The pictures does not give the house enough justice. It is even nicer than it looks! The patio and outdoor areas are great and really private. The living room and kitchen is huge, with tv, satellite and internet. We did miss a little bit more comfy furniture to relax in though. Specially outside would have been amazing with some hammocks or comfortable lounging chairs. The two bedreooms are large, bright and airy. The main bedrooms got an en-suite bathroom and a walk in closet and a separate door out to an amazing outdoor shower between banana plants and lovely smelling flowers. Bathroom nr 2 is just next to the second bathroom, so it almost feels like another en-suite. The beds are really big, comfy and soft with fans above them to keep the room cool. I would recommend anyone to stay at Arturo's house. We will most certainly come back if we get the chance to visit Maui again!"
    Guest: Karianne T. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 12, 2014
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  • The Perfect Honeymoon Location!

    "I’ve always wanted to go to Hawaii, but I’ve never been a fan of big hotels. So when I came across “Huelo Point Lookout” I just knew it would be the perfect place our honeymoon. We wanted the ‘real’ Hawaii and we got it! Huelo Point Lookout was perfect for us. With its relaxed ‘beach house’ kind of feel and fun tropical colors, it was no time at all before we felt completely ‘at home.’ We were coming in late, so Sharyn arranged to have a beautiful welcome breakfast in the fridge for us so we didn’t have to cope with late night luggage, car rentals AND shopping. We were able to just head to the B&B straight from the airport. Sharyn had given us great directions and the house was all lit up for us, complete with a welcome note on the door. Wow! We walked in to beautiful tropical flowers everywhere and a gorgeous fruit basket. Inside the fridge was a bottle of pinot grigio (my favorite) – and a fresh-cut chilled coconut. The hot tub was hot and waiting for us… can I say ‘wow’? What a blissful week it was. Every morning, we woke up to the sun rising out of the ocean. Huelo Point Lookout made a GREAT ‘jumping off’ point for all the island’s attractions. We got a great jump on the road to Hana by being closer than if we’d stayed in the more built up areas and had the whole Hana road to ourselves. Same with the crater. We did a couple of fancy dinners over on ‘the other side’, which was great fun, but way too built up for us. We REALLY loved being on the North shore – all the natural beauty … that great ‘off the beaten path’ feel … but only 20 mins away from fabulous restaurants, groceries and shopping. Can’t wait to come back for our anniversary! (And I see from the visitor’s book that lots of previous guests feel the same way). Five stars isn’t enough! How about TEN? Oh, and by the way, you don’t have to rent the whole house. If there are just 2 of you, you can rent “Ocean Lookout”. That’s the top floor. That saves a bit of money and no one is in the lower floor at the same time, so we always had total privacy (not to mention a great massage chair). The views are incredible from every room – all the way to Hana along the whole of Maui’s north shore."
    Guest: Lori Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 18, 2014
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  • Expansive views, relaxing retreat!

    "We loved this place! Only a few miles east of Paia, we expected it to be far from everything. But we found it very easy to get started onto the Road to Hana early, ahead of the crowds. Grocery stores are easily accessible in the town of Haiku, Makawoa and Pa'ia (Mana Foods!!). The north-facing, sweeping lawn slopes downward, allowing a lovely view of fruit trees and other lush green foliage, and the brilliantly blue ocean. We never tired of the views. Maui Ocean Breezes became a retreat for us. At dawn, I used the yoga hut for sunrise meditation. We ventured out early each morning, and usually came back here in the afternoon to swim in the saltwater pool, rinse under the outdoor shower, relax, nap and plan/prep, or change to go out to, dinner in nearby Pa'ia (Dazoo, Rock and Brews, Paia Fish Market). The retreat is the most modern of all the units and could comfortably sleep 3-4 people. Large windows on all sides provide views of the mountains and the sea.The open kitchen was well equipped, however some of the appliances could have been more thoroughly cleaned. We used the grill, with charcoal and kiawe wood chips and enjoyed the fresh bananas and papayas provided by our caretaker, Alex, a young man transplanted from Pennsylvania. The bed was comfortable and the closets sufficient. We loved the natural furniture and ample seating. In addition to two couches, large square meditation cushions were stacked in the front room, and with the cross breezes, proved to be an excellent mound on which to nap in the sun and breeze, like a cat. When we departed for Kihea for the second half of our trip, we seriously considered if we could return to this expansive and serene setting, if we didn't like the busy-ness of the more touristy West Maui area. We can't wait to go back!"
    Guest: Diane P. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 20, 2014
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  • Upcountry seclusion

    "Our family of 5 (two adults and children 12,12,14) enjoyed the rustic seclusion and the accommodations of the cottage. It had all amenities we needed including washer and dryer (no charge). Local grocery is nearby and plenty of local eating establishments can be explored. No pool or AC but the breeze thru open windows made it comfortable and beaches are a short drive away. In fact, everything we wanted to do in the up country was within a short drive. The owner's son Mark (and family) stopped by and provided a background of the Cannery history and local places to see. There are several fruit trees on the property which we enjoyed. No TV? However, free Wifi was available so the kids and parents still stayed connected. One bathroom was a bit of a challenge but we worked thru it! Lots of space on the grounds to let the kids explore and expend energy. The cottage is a very good value if you desire a quiet retreat after a long day of sightseeing."
    Guest: Mark N. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 7, 2014
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