This guest house was originally built as an officer’s quarter before the Second World War. Since then, it has been fully renovated and now offers a relaxing getaway to locals and visitors.
Building: Bed & Breakfast
Building: Low Rise
Property: BBQs Available
Room: Coffee Maker
Room: Mini Fridge
Internet: Free In Room
Parking: Free Self Park
Wailuku Guesthouse dates back to the early 1900's as a plantation home. Then it was used as an officer's quarter in 1945. The current owners have done many renovations and every room includes free use of beach chairs, beach towels, coolers, the best guidebook to Maui, and free WiFi. Wailuku Guesthouse is centrally located with a saltwater pool with waterfalls, a barbecue area, cable TV, air conditioning and free parking for all guests.
Additionally, Wailuku Guesthouse takes advantage of solar power and utilizes solar energy.
There are five guest rooms at Wailuku Guesthouse. The Hibiscus Room, with a queen size bed, television, refrigerator, coffee maker, private bathroom and fan (no air conditioning in this room only). The Plantation Room has a queen size bed, desk, air conditioning, ceiling fan, television, refrigerator, coffee maker, and a private bathroom with the only bathtub offered.
There are also the Mill Room, which has a king size bed, ceiling fan, television, refrigerator, coffee maker, air conditioner, and private bathroom; and the Wasabi Studio, which is a one bedroom unit with Japanese touches. The unit includes a wet bar/food preparation area, refrigerator, private bath with shower, king size bed, television, air conditioning, and private entrance.
Additionally, there’s the Garden Ohana, a two bedroom with a king-sized bed in the master bedroom. The unit includes a wet bar/food preparation area, living room, two double beds in second bedroom, two televisions, VCR, and air conditioning. This unit also has an exotic European style shower room, private toilet facilities and washer/dryer.
Pool and Recreation
Their new pool is long enough to swim laps in, with a waterfall and several deck chairs. You also have the option of barbecuing, and the house is located next door to a county park that has six public tennis courts. There are also gardens that are quite large and include stone tables, sculptures - and a variety of fruit trees such as mangos, papayas, and bananas.
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