Great location approx. one block from beach, Kalama Park, eclectic shopping, great eateries and fun bars with Happy Hours and PuPu's. Bus and grocery 1 1/2 blocks. Kihei Cafe voted "best breakfast" on Maui at end of street. Surf & SUP lessons 2 blocks at Cove Beach Park. Great beaches all around, see the turtles, snorkel, dive or just enjoy the water and sunsets. Quiet, respectful guests please. Ohana accommodates two persons max. non-smokers please.
This private Ohana (guest cottage) is located at the back of the property and is ideal for one or two guests who would like to experience Maui in a more local setting. (off street parking for one small car, private gate entrance to Ohana). This fun space has the feel of "Old Hawaii" and is very cozy and cute. Enjoy your morning coffee or a evening glass of wine on your patio in the garden and watch the bird show. Walk to the end of the street in the evening and watch the sunset.
Disponible para huéspedes
Beach chairs, beach towels, cooler, and boogie boards are here for guest use. Coffee, tea and a morning bread for the first morning and then guests are on their own. Some basic provisions are in the ohana kitchen. Quiet hours 10pm-8am. a must.
Atención a los huéspedes
Happy to provide helpful information on the local area and what might currently be happening on Maui. After checking in guests will have their private Ohana space to enjoy.
Otros aspectos destacables
Hale Manu means Bird House in Hawaiian.
- Quiet hours 10 pm - 8 am. Request that shoes and sand be left outside.
- No additional guests - 2 persons max.
- AC. in bedroom only
Aloha, I am new to airbb as a host but not new to travel with airbb. I have always loved the concept and staying with other people along the way in my travels. Having always had wonderful experiences I decided to start hosting in my own Ohana. (Ohana means family in Hawaiian). Hale Manu Ohana is named for the abundant bird life here. I invite you to enjoy Kihei, Maui in this little neighborhood which is a mix of local and updated homes. I love it here -walking to the end of the street to the park or one of the nearby beaches every day. Watching the sunset or going out to a cafe for coffee, drinks and happy hours. Great eateries all around within a short walk. The spirit of Aloha is alive and well in Maui.