About this listing
This eclectic antique Hawaiian cottage is perched atop a scenic jungle gorge with breathtaking views in every direction. Open and breezy; attention to detail shines from every facet.
This historic cottage is completely private and provides accommodations for two couples comfortably. "Light and airy," "magical," "incredible," are just some of the words used to describe this unique home. Many guests check-in and then never leave the house and grounds until their check-out day. This 20 acre shade-grown coffee plantation borders a forest preserve and is completely private. A stream runs through the property year-round attracting a variety of wildlife. There are amazing panoramic ocean, jungle and mountain views. Seasonal waterfall views. Guests have the option of booking a personal tour of the farm and grounds which includes a short hike to see the ancient Hawaiian pictographs, an artesian spring and gives an overview where all the private trails, natural pools and picnic areas are. Reservations include full access to all the grounds and amenities on the farm. The cottage is located over a half mile from the main farm house and is completely private. It includes:
300 Mbps Wi-Fi, W/D and detergent, Barbecue with Charcoal and Kiawe provided, Refrigerator with icemaker, Dishwasher, Gas Range, Microwave, Juicer, Blender, Toaster Oven and Coffee Maker provided. There is a claw foot tub and separate shower. Hair Dryer, Bubble Bath, Shampoo, Conditioner, Body Wash Provided. Fully furnished with King-sized bed in downstairs bedroom, Queen-sized bed upstairs. Cable HD-TV including Showtime, DVD Player, DVD selection, Guitar, Woodstove and Firewood. Iron and Ironing Board. Yoga Mats, Beach Towels, Beach Chairs, Boogie Boards, Cooler and Binoculars Provided. Bird Feeders and Birdseed Provided. Flower cutting, Fruit and Herb picking (seasonal) privileges included. Plenty of secure parking.
Close to shopping and North Shore beaches. A bag of fresh roasted Maliko Estate Coffee is provided as well as a basket of fruit (when available) and fresh flowers from the farm.
Optional (additional fee):
Historical/Jungle tour: 2 hours and includes an overview of all the trails on the private grounds, archeological sites, the history of the valley and the medicinal uses of the jungle plants. $75.00 per person.
WE HAVE NOT INCLUDED the 13.41% Hawaii Transient Accommodations Tax because you would have to pay the AirBnB fee on that so to save you their fee WE WILL SEND YOU A SEPARATE INVOICE for the tax. PLEASE NOTE THAT IT IS STATE LAW THAT WE ADD THE TAX...Sorry!
Organic farm and pesticide free area for those with sensitivities.
Guests have access to all the private hiking trails on the property as well as swimming privileges in the natural pools in the fresh water stream.
Interaction with guests
Host will greet you upon arrival, give you a brief orientation of the cottage and surrounding area and will come say aloha on departure day. The rest of the time you will have to yourself unless you schedule a tour.
Other things to note
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License or registration numberSTPH 2015/0001 SUP22013/0015
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Note: Until confirmed, rates are subject to change without notice.
- CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY
Cancellations are accepted if more than 60 days prior to arrival date.
Within above cancellation period a full refund will apply, less a $100 administrative fee.
If cancellation is 60 days or less, refund is subject to re-rental of property.
- OTHER POLICIES
A cleaning fee of $160.00 will be added to all reservations
Maximum Guests: 4
Address and driving directions will be provided once the confirmation deposit has been received.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.
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My favorite thing is sharing this beautiful valley with others. It started out 30 years ago as a refuse dump. For 150 years everyone dumped their garbage into the fresh-water stream from the lovely old stone bridge. My husband and I bought the property below the bridge along with the stream and all the garbage in it. For five years we hauled trash consisting of everything from old Model T Ford car frames to bags of dirty disposable diapers. The water was red, foamy and smelled terrible. But we finally got it clean and it's a beautiful stream with waterfalls, springs, caves and wildlife.
I love to build things out of found objects and re-purpose and re-use things meant for the dump. We live on a small island and need to be more sustainable. It's a lot easier to just buy what you need at Home Depot or Lowe's but it's a lot more satisfying to give something a new life with ingenuity and hard work.
I love coffee. I love growing it and I love drinking it. Also, coffee growers are a wonderful group of people. Our coffee growing community here on Maui and in Hawaii are like family. I also work as an advocate for small farmers here in Maui County.