- 1 bedrooms
- 1 bathrooms
- Sleeps 2
- Bed and Breakfast
Description from the manager
Most definitely a special spot for those who seek connection to the places they visit. On 30+ acres of verdant land, gardens, stream and natural swimming holes. There are plenty of options for peace and quiet, romantic strolls, recharging and relaxing just outside your door.
A simple breakfast is served continental style daily on the breakfast lanai. Breakfast includes hot & cold cereals, pastries, rolls and/or muffins alongside yummy local fruits, coffee and tea. The fruit and the coffee is often fresh form the gardens!
The friendly and available owners live in the attached home. Bob...Read more
Iao Valley; Centrally Located on 30 Verdant Acres
Additional Location Information
Iao Valley Inn is located just outside of Wailuku Town, where the West Maui Mountains split to open into historic and sacred Iao Valley. The location is just ten minutes from the airport and perfect for folks who like to sightsee and plan on exploring all around Maui (something I suggest no matter where you stay!) It’s also quiet and worlds away in attitude and experience from the touristy hotels and resorts.
Iao Valley State Park – a must see – is literally your neighbor. 15 minutes in the other direction takes you to the Maui Ocean Center and the Maalaea harbor for snorkel boats and whale watches. You’re also five miles from Maui Tropical Plantation and and you’re just 15-20 minutes from the resort areas of Kihei & Wailea. Half an hour will get you to West Maui’s Lahaina Town. You’re also a bit closer to a Road to Hana adventure and your visit to Haleakala than the bulk of Maui visitors.
In your immediate neighborhood, Iao Valley is just a minute or two away by car and has hiking trails (Kepaniwai Park just between here and Iao Valley is a great spot for a picnic.) The North Shore of West Maui starts close to here as well, with scenic vistas and less crowded hikes like the Waihe’e Ridge Trail. If you’re interested in learning more about Maui and Hawaiian history and culture, the Bailey House Museum is also close by and holds a large collection of photographs and Hawaiian artifacts that range from traditional stone tools to Duke Kahanamoku’s surfboard. (Bailey House is also a great place to score some unique gifts that are actually made in Maui.) Tip: Tamara served as the director of the museum, so a nice chat with her before a visit is time well spent!
For windsurfing and kite surfing enthusiasts, Kanaha and Kite Beach are ten minutes away.
An incredible value for your travel dollar when you consider what resort lodging costs – and the unique value added experience and authenticity that comes alongside is invaluable.
More About This Location
Mountain nearby, Warm winter getaways
Last updated on February 03, 2014
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- Tax rate | 13.42% of rent
- Cleaning fee | $75 per stay
- Linens Provided
- Ceiling Fans
- Towels Provided
- Washing Machine
- Clothes Dryer
Phone / Internet
- Internet Access
- Ocean or water views
- Mountain Views
- Paper Towels Provided
- Satellite or cable TV
- Outdoor Dining Area
- Pet friendly - no
- Smoking allowed - no
- Suitable for children - yes
- Suitable for the elderly - yes
- Wheelchair accessible - no