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This is a lovely location away from the tourist crowds. We so enjoyed meeting the other guests each morning for coffee and a delightful breakfast of fresh fruits, pastries and hot items such as omelettes, french toast or waffles, while watching the colorful island birds...More
This was a gem of a find. Located up the mountain at about 1000 feet elevation, the location is cooler in the evening and gets more rain which made for a more comfortable stay. The Inn relaxing; the people who work there are very accommodating...More
It's difficult to write a review that has a few negative comments when you don't want to hurt the hosts feelings. The hosts were quite welcoming, but like another poster mentioned, they didn't ask how our stay was going or if there were any issues....More
This was our second time at Hale Maluhia and we enjoyed it very much. We stayed in the Makua room. The room was spacious and clean. The bathroom could use a bit of updating but the room was clean and comfortable. The hosts and staff...More
We stayed in the Banyan Cottage for 4 nights and did not see the other sleeping rooms. The Cottage was spacious and had more than adequate furnishings, appliances, and housewares. The breakfasts were enjoyable and ample. The location was reasonably convenient, as was the parking....More
It has been a long time since I stayed there but the owner/operator is pretty true to his words. He tries hard in a tough environment (natural) to keep it "clean". Nope, it will likely never be like the Resorts at Kukio, etc. I have stayed in both. You get where ya go. This spot is not for all, so be careful and considerate if you do go. As has been said, there is a lot of aloha here so go with the flow. Enjoy it so.
11 November 2015|
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"Just be aware that there are lots of frogs at night."