Haiku Plantation Inn Bed & Breakfast
Hosted By John and Sandy Camou
$129 to $159 per night
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Inn Policies: Guest suites are beautifully decorated and lovingly restored to their days of early plantation life. We love to explore, find and secure original plantation pieces so rare on Maui. Modern amenities mixed with vintage furnishings, art and rare Hawaiian quilts make the rooms at Haiku Plantation Inn a wonderful location to relax and enjoy your Maui visit.
* Private baths with hair dryers
* Cable TV and stereo in Ohana room
* Library: music, movies and reading
* Hawaiian heritage, local sites and activities info
* Email access, telephone
* Breakfast service: local and tropical delights
* Guest refrigerator
* Tea counter: antique china service
* Relaxing lanais, gardens and private gazebo
* Garden hot tub
* Health club or pilates studio access
* Hawaiian wellness and health retreat: Kahu (Kahuna)
High-Speed Wireless Internet
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Inn Description: Maui's truly Hawaiian bed and breakfast Inn, voted best place to stay on tripadvisor.com & Budget Travel Magazine's best place to stay in 2006 to find Maui's heart and soul. Visit the real Hawaii of yesteryear and stay at this gracious 1870's plantation home with lovely guest suites and true aloha spirit.
This gracious plantation home, built in the 1870's for Maui's first sugar plantation doctor, retains most of its original architecture and historic grounds. Set among the charm of Maui's historic plantation townes and the magnificent beauty of upcountry, today the old plantation home serves as Maui's original and truly Hawaiian Bed and Breakfast.
Haiku Plantation Inn is located within the north shore and quaint upcountry community of Maui. Beautiful beaches, tropical rainforests, nature preserves, pineapple and sugar cane fields, hike and bike trails, green rolling hills, daily rainbows and paniolo, Hawaiian cowboy, country all merge here, along the cooler slopes of Haleakala. It is Hawaii and Maui at its best with historic plantation townes, wonderful boutiques and galleries, fine restaurants, working farms, beautiful scenery, friendly people and our own "Fourth of July" rodeo and parade.
Call ahead for Hawaiian wellness services or add a cultural activity private lesson such as hula dance, lauhala weaving or lei making.