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Reviewed March 21, 2017 via mobile

We planned a short notice trip to Maui for a few days and we luckily found the haiku plantation and booked our stay.
The setting is quiet and unlike other locations on the island. Away from the noise and the really touristic crowds, you feel how Hawaii is truly mean to be. The grounds are surrounded by green lunch plants outdoor seating to relax and listen to the breeze and wildlife around you.
And it's not far from any adventure you seek. Paia is just a quick 10 min drive west for shops and dining and surf. And for the infamous road to Hana just go east. This location allows you to really take in hawaiis natural beauty with the option of being a tourist.
We stays in the Maui suite and it was sweet. Fresh breezes the sound of rain falling on one night we were there it was amazing!
I highly recommend this b&b! Sandy the establishment owner was so nice and spent the time with us to answer all our questions about the island, her talks were so informative and so personal. We felt like family. The staff welcomed us "home" with waving hands and we were walked in by the grounds keeper westly. Aloha is alive and well here!
I will post photos and you'll see the welcome sign where we found our keys and a few shots of the living room and dining room areas that make you want to stay in and relax. It literally feels like home when you are there.
Every morning at 8:00am the coffee begins to brew and the staff lays out fruit for the guests, alone with cereal, bagels and muffins, yogurts and other small snacks for breakfast. There is a shared refrigerator to keep personal items fresh and a home cooler where the creamer, milk, yogurt and other things are kept for all to use.
It's family style was amazing because we all sat at the table and had coffee like a big family. We had amazing conversations with sandy and her staff here, along with the travelers like us staying at the plantation from England, Germany, California, Japan. Conversations that made our trip truly memerable!
We can't thank you enough sandy and all at the haiku plantation inn. We will never forget our trip and when we return because we will it will definitely be here!
There is so much to write about this b&b I feel like I'm forgetting a ton of things but just rest assured that my wife and I loved it and everyone staying there looked so happy and I have not one bad thing to say! The grounds are beautiful the weather is perfect the setting is private and it's only in haiku Hawaii where you can stay in a rain forest and be so close to town and beaches it's perfect!

Stayed: March 2017, travelled as a couple
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MauiTravels, Owner at Haiku Plantation Inn: Maui Bed and Breakfast, responded to this reviewResponded March 31, 2017

It was a pleasure to have you both here and we are so glad that you felt like family and our extended ohana. That is what staying in a real bed and breakfast is intended to be because you are in someone's actual home. It is a more relaxed atmosphere and not so regimented as a resort or hotel. It's time to experience island lifestyle when you head to Haiku and Haiku Plantation Inn. We hope to see you back on Maui some time soon. And keep us posted!

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Reviewed February 1, 2017

Nicely decorated and very well-maintained. Plenty of room in the public areas to hang out, read, have a drink, chat, whatever. There's actually much more room available for guests than in most, much larger B&Bs we've stayed in. Continental Breakfast is nothing fancy but does the job. In a quiet corner of Maui. So quiet, paradoxically, that it seems noisy; small noises--chickens, rain, someone on a motorcycle a mile away--get surprisingly noticeable. The location is a great base to explore Haleakala, upcountry, Paia, Makawao, etc.

  • Stayed: October 2016, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed January 27, 2017

A beautiful plantation house nicely furnished, exceptionally clean, great owner, good food. If I remember correctly, there are 6 bedrooms, all relatively spacious. Would stay again in a heartbeat. Convenient location for driving Hana Highway.

  • Stayed: October 2016, travelled solo
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MauiTravels, Owner at Haiku Plantation Inn: Maui Bed and Breakfast, responded to this reviewResponded January 30, 2017

Aloha,
Thanks so much for taking the time and we are pleased that you enjoyed staying here with us at this lovely old plantation home. It was a real pleasure having you with us and hope to see you again soon. A hui hou Cynthia... until we meet again.

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Reviewed January 9, 2017

Stayed in Dec. 2016 with my wife for 3 nights. The Haiku Inn is indeed an historic and charming place to stay. The owner, Sandy, is very friendly and a little quirky, which describes the locale in general. There are a number of good, reasonably priced restaurants within a 2 minute drive in downtown Haiku. The location is prime to explore both the north shore (road to Hana) and Haleakala National Park, which are 2 of the most popular destinations on Maui. Don't forget the artistic little town of Makawao that has an entertaining glass blowing demonstration at a local store there.

Our room at the Inn was a bit small, but that's normal for a house of that age. I'm a light sleeper, but never had a problem with noise at all. The other guests were friendly, so no problem there. Some reviewers complained about the food, which was not an issue for us. There is a law on Maui that B&Bs cannot serve hot food -- don't stay at such a place if you expect a hot meal for breakfast. Sandy does provide a fridge and microwave if you want to store your own food and heat things up. Otherwise, the continental breakfast provided more than a sufficient amount of cereal, breads, bagels, cream cheese, butter, fruit, coffee, tea, and juice. I suppose that yogurt is also regularly available, but on one morning it was not replenished for other guests -- my wife & I are early risers, and we grabbed 2 yogurts. I felt a little bad when they were not replenished and some other guests felt deprived. They could have asked the host, as it appears to be an oversight. Overall, it is a great location, clean and comfortable. It rains a lot in that area, which was the only downside.

Stayed: December 2016, travelled as a couple
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MauiTravels, Owner at Haiku Plantation Inn: Maui Bed and Breakfast, responded to this reviewResponded January 30, 2017

Well a funny thing happened during this time period. About that yogurt... It seems we had a midnight snacker and afternoon hacker... food that is.. for a few days.. pretty much eating and drinking their way through the B&B supplies. There are private and staff only signs in the important locales in the B&B kitchen. So this particular morning I had to run up to the market after it opened at 7 am to purchase more yogurt as we got cleaned out our stock but those two. Moral of that story.. we have now added (after 13 years of operation) some very cute signs on our supply pantry and service fridge explaining politely these are for business use, and where the guest fridges are located. We all got a good laugh behind scenes. Dishes were stashed with leftover tell tale signs. So it was not an oversight, just an unusual circumstance. This business has lots of fun stories.

But thanks for explaining the breakfast issue here on Maui. We so appreciate the time to review and look forward to your next visit to Maui.

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Reviewed January 5, 2017

The owner, Sandy, is open hearted, talkative, and a great source of information about Maui -- what to see, where to eat, and so on. She made both of us feel loved -- that is very important to us. The house is an historical resource on a very lovely plot of land full of fruit trees. Sandy could not put us up for the whole time and went out of her way to find us another excellent place to stay for our last 4 days on Maui.

Room Tip: They all seem to be just fine. Met some nice folks at breakfast and all seemed highly satisfied.
  • Stayed: December 2016, travelled as a couple
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MauiTravels, Owner at Haiku Plantation Inn: Maui Bed and Breakfast, responded to this reviewResponded January 6, 2017

First, I had so much fun shopping for ornaments, a little Santa surprise, for Christmas morning. Thanks so much for posting that photo and it will serve as a reminder how wonderful it is to stay in a bed and breakfast and make new friends along the way. We really enjoyed having you both here and look forward to your return. It's important that our guests feel the Aloha. Thank you for mentioning how this is important to your experience as well and that you found it here. We do our best and love every moment. A Hui Hou, until we meet again.

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