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
Recent East Maui reviews
"My husband and I stayed here for 5 nights. It was our third time back. Each time we've wanted to stay longer. What a great place to start a vacation. So beautiful and peaceful. To have a house all to yourself in the flower jungle is truly amazing. Due to its location we usually expect a few inconveniences. It's the price you pay for the isolation. This time had the problem of the prior electrical outage which was being dealt with and a water pump problem which was ultimately resolved. Cathy and Jim who live close by and take care of the house were so nice and helpful. We were even offered another place in Hana. But we stayed here and enjoyed our last night in beautiful Hana with no problems. Only the sound of soft rain at night and birdsongs in the morning."Guest: Connie Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 14, 2014View listing
"This is a sweet little cottage for a get away from the hustle and bustle of the world. It is located down a one lane road- so if possible arrive before dark. It was a small challenge to find in the dusk with the evening fog rolling in. The cottage is interesting in the fact that the one double bed is attached to the living space. If you ran not very agile it might be a challenge to climb in the bed but the clime is worth it- the bed is surrounded by windows- you almost feel like you are sleeping outside!!! There is a separate bedroom that you have to go outside to enter. There are bathrooms with showers in both rooms. The kitchen is stocked very nicely with most any tool, pot or pan you might need to cook. The caretakers are present but certainly not intrusive. The drive to Haleakala summit is about a one hour drive so you could plan to see the sunrise or do some hiking there- both great adventures."Guest: Travelor Pat Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: March 7, 2014View listing
"Let me start off by saying I just finished my second stay at Max and Tracey’s place and am having a hard time believing Tim from Wichita stayed in the same place. The first time I stayed in the Windward Suite and this time I stayed in the Leeward suite. As another reviewer said this is not your sterile resort experience. If that’s what you expect, then Kihei, Wailea or Kaanapali is for you. If not, then you’ll be at a place that is off the beaten tourist path, close to the wonderfully quirky towns of Hai’ku (you have to try Tuk Tuk if you like Thai food) and Pa’ia, magnificent beaches, Jaws, Ho’okipa, a spectacular farmer’s market, Maui’s beautiful upcountry, Haleakala, Hana - the list goes on and on. The place is exactly as advertised. It is not a luxurious studio, but perfectly functional, clean and adequate for a great vacation, again assuming you are not looking for a resort experience. There are geckos (lizards) inside – Hawaiians consider them to be good luck. They eat the bugs. Smelled of mold? All I smelled was the Gardenias placed by the bed. The property is amazing, filled with fruit trees, a gulch and spectacular views of the Pacific and a nice walk to the end of the road with views of the North Shore’s cliffs. Max and Tracey (and Buttercup) are some of the nicest people you will ever meet. Any problems are quickly taken care of. For example, one time there was no laundry detergent. Within 15 minutes, Max had some there. Maui is expensive. You will not find a better deal for $95/night – I've stayed in some at this price point and they are not as nice. And the place is legal and permitted, something you want to be sure of if you want to have a place to stay when you arrive. I’ll be back for another visit in a couple of months."Guest: Rob Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 24, 2014View listing
"We had a great time in Hana and this house was a great base. Clean and nice furniture. Wished coffee pot and jacuzzi worked. Great view of stars at night"Guest: Samo Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 15, 2014View listing
East Maui Travel Tips
Maui Upcountry Cottages - Book Early for the Best Deals
Many people dream of visiting Hawaii. When you go to Maui for a relaxing vacation, the last thing you want to do is stuff yourself into a tiny, cramped motel room. With Maui Upcountry Ocean View Homes, you don't have to do that. You can have plenty of space and luxury, and still be close to the family and friends you're traveling with. Options like Maui vacation rentals mean separate bedrooms for privacy along with a common area where you can eat, play games, and just talk. It's a great way for a big group to have a great time in Maui.
Great Restaurants Near Maui Upcountry Ocean View Homes
Maui Upcountry cottages are close to everything. They offer wonderful amenities, and you're just minutes away from some wonderful restaurants. Sea Watch Restaurant and Mama's Fish House are both very popular options, as are Charley's Restaurant and Sansei Seafood Restaurant and Sushi Bar. Casanova Italian Restaurant and Deli is also a great place to get a bite to eat for lunch or sit down for dinner. Maui Upcountry ocean view homes are so close to all kinds of opportunities to enjoy great food.
Book Early for Great Options
Booking Maui Upcountry cottages early is a great choice. Some people wait until the last minute, but you can save money by booking early. That way, you'll also have the opportunity to choose between more options and amenities. Things won't be as full, so more choices will be open to you. If you decide to travel in the off-season, you'll likely see even more options - and a lower price - which can help you enjoy your Maui vacation even more. You might even be able to stay a little bit longer.