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Recent Haiku reviews

  • Wonderful!!

    "It was wonderful speaking with you about health and life and so many other interesting topics in your lovely home... It is such a warm and friendly place to spend a few days... Thank you so much Bonnie...Elena & John Appleton, Bellingham , WA"
    Guest: John A. Date of Stay: January 2016 Review Submitted: January 28, 2016
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  • Home-in-Maui

    "We stayed in the studio apartment, with a beautiful lanai, great floral gardens, and welcoming hosts. We will definitely be going back to this peaceful oasis. The feeling of family cottage is my best description. Hawaii as it used to be. If you want to relax, breathe, and forget the great wild world, this is the place. The unit was clean, all little dated, and charming. The hosts welcoming and accomodating and helpful without intrusion. Location is upcountry, so restaurants and stores require a small drive, but a good map and willingness to explore will be rewarded by amazing vistas, friendly people, and a great time."
    Guest: Eunice L. Date of Stay: February 2016 Review Submitted: March 4, 2016
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  • Secluded utopian paradise.

    "We arrived on Maui in the early afternoon, and after a dreamt-about lunch at Paia Fish Market..we continued down Hana Highway in search of our home for the next ten days. Pulling off the main road, we were led down a meandering driveway, which built the anticipation as we found ourselves in a tunnel of dense foliage, and fern-covered walls on either side. Rounding the final turn we saw our grande abode! The home's driveway features one covered spot-which helps keep you dry while loading up for day-trips if its raining out, but has room for up to 4 cars if you have large group. The first thing you'll notice is the excellent wrap-around porch, which can be closed at the entrance to help keep young kiddos in if you've got them with you! We made time to sit outside and look out over the many well maintained gardens,perfectly curated by Susan over the years. The interior of the home in warm and grand, featuring some excellent architectural features, like reclaimed wood flooring and exposed beams running the length of the house. Chris is quite the craftsman, and his attention to detail can be seen throughout the home. The amenities were as promised, a large gas stove which we used often, and a washer and dryer. The kitchen is great to cook in, and there are plenty of utensils, pots and pans, bowls, plates etc... If you have the your shopping in town before heading to the house..but not too much bulk at Costco because the fridge is a little small...luckily there's another one in the garage! The propane grill outside was suitable for our needs, was clean, and the tank was full. There is a full shower/bathroom downstairs, with a half bath upstairs. The master bedroom-a charmer with double doors opening to a private deck, and excellent natural lighting-features a very comfortable bed and it's own private full bath. Water pressure throughout the house is great, and gets as hot as you need it. With the home being on Solar power, we found no issue with any feature, but we were conscious of our electricty usage throughout our stay. The only downside was cel. phone reception and wireless was spotty at best..but we saw it as an opportunity to disconnect, and enjoy the company we were with. Stores are not "right around the corner", but Haiku Market is just up the road, and has everything you'll need about 20 minutes away. Overall our stay was wonderfully memorable, and our hosts; gracious! Highly recommended for those looking to check in, to check out!"
    Guest: claire w. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 1, 2016
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  • Absolutely No Reason to Stay Anywhere Else on Maui

    "We recently returned from our first trip to Maui and while the overall experience was amazing, my favorite part was this home. First of all Alain and Katy were wonderful to work with - very responsive to questions and emails leading up to the trip and provided all the information necessary to make the arrival and stay as pleasant as possible. We were two couples and house provided more than enough room and privacy. It literally felt like we were in our own private reserve complete with banana, coconut and lillikoi trees. The pool and hot tub provided the perfect way to end each day. The house was fully stocked, probably better than my own home - we went to the store daily and prepared most of our own meals and had almost everything we needed without having to run to the store for things like utensils, cookware, spices, etc. This was very much appreciated. The location was perfect for us - while the west side of the island is beautiful (we visited), our group enjoyed the more laid-back nature of the up-country. The town of Pa'ia and Haiku provided us with the majority of our needs but yet the central location made the island's abundance of activities within a 30 minute drive. It is literally on the Road to Hana (not for everyone) and we also made day trips to Wailuku, Wailea, Kihea and Maalaea, golfing in Pukalani, and a number of beaches. The house is within minutes of a few great spots including the Ho'okipa Lookout which is a great spot to watch the local windsurfers and traditional surfers - amazing - and Mama's Seafood (which was just average in my opinion). Another wonderful find close to the house is Haliimaile which was one of our favorite spots. Go to the General Store (hopefully Tristan will be working the bar) for a great selection of cocktails and fine whiskeys/scotches - we only ate appetizers but wished we had done dinner there instead of Mama's. Across the street is a distillery with some great Vodkas - missed the tour but it will be on our schedule next time if we get back. I have already recommended the Maui Pole House to my friends and encourage anyone to put it on their consideration list if you are looking at staying in Maui. The only constructive feedback (and this is grasping at straws) is lack of air-conditioning which is not all that common anyway but it rained frequently while we were there which forced us to close the windows. This could be a drawback for some but the house cooled down quickly when the windows were open."
    Guest: Terry Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 30, 2016
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