Holly’s Haiku Cottage

A cute and clean 1BR cottage, walking distance to Haiku Town center.

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Kitchen

Kitchen

Amenities:
| Private Cottage | Fruit Trees | Ocean Views | Privacy | Private Lanai | BBQ | Well Equipped Kitchen | Cable TV | DVD & Movies | Internet | Ceiling Fans | Washer/Dryer | Parking | Towels & Linens |

Living room with two daybeds

Living room with two daybeds

Summary
Holly’s cottage is a cute and clean 1BR cottage, walking distance to Haiku Town center. Several great restaurants are close by, a small grocery store, yoga, and more. You’re also just a few minutes from some great North Shore beaches.

Bedroom with king bed

Bedroom with king bed

The private stand-alone cottage is a solid value – ocean view, fruit trees, lush tropical gardens, built using top quality materials and a comfortable Hawaiian and Asian decor.

The area surrounding the cottage is planed in tropical gardens.

The area surrounding the cottage is planed in tropical gardens.

Details
Holly, the owner, is a life-long Hawaii resident, and has built this house and decorated it with a mix of tasteful vintage Hawaiiana and tropical island-style furnishings that bring the cottage together for an authentic feel.

Dining area

Dining area

The cottage is raised about 10 feet off the ground – this keeps it cool and also enables ocean views above the Haiku treeline. It is on a short private cul-de-sac road, with only a handful of houses.

Bathroom

Bathroom

The bedroom has a tv, desk, large windows overlooking the gardens and a large sliding glass door with an ocean view.

Bedroom

Bedroom

The open living area comprises the kitchen, living room, and dining area. Like the bedroom, it also has an ocean view through large sliding glass doors that open to the wonderful lanai – such a welcoming place to spend time relaxing on the chairs with a cool drink in your hand.

One of the views

One of the views

The living room also has two twin daybeds – if you can tear yourself away from sitting out on the lanai, they double as comfy couches (and a place for the kids to sleep!)

Back of the house, and lanai.

Back of the house, and lanai.

The kitchen is tastefully done in high-end materials and appliances. The custom bamboo and granite glass cooktop island is striking and one of a kind! Everything you need to prepare meals, including microwave, burners, extra-large toaster oven, full-size stainless steel fridge, blender, coffee maker, etc.

More photos below the map.


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Living room with two daybeds

Living room with two daybeds

 

Living room with two daybeds

Living room with two daybeds

 

Bathroom

Bathroom

 

Banana and other fruits are growing, help yourself to fresh fruit!

Banana and other fruits are growing, help yourself to fresh fruit.

 

Gardens

Gardens

 

Papaya

Papaya

 

Jungle garden

Jungle garden

 

Tropical gardens around the cottage

Tropical gardens around the cottage

 

Front of the cottage

Front of the cottage

  1. Tina Haertwig says:

    Perfect summer at Holly’s Haiku Cottage

    We stayed there from 06/21/2014 until 07/10/2014. It was our 2nd time at the North Shore and we love Haiku as a base to explore this beautiful island. This house was perfect for us and we enjoyed it so much. It felt like we were living on Maui. Holly’s cottage offers everything you need and a lot more. It was spacious, very clean and very well equipped with everything (linen, towels, cooler, kitchen utilities, washing machine, dryer). It has a cute hidden parking space, a nice garden with a lot of fruits. The huge lanai was great to rest, having a barbeque and enjoying this beautiful ocean view. We also loved those day beds, where we enjoyed resting after a long day at the beach. The bed was very comfortable, we had a deep sleep and the neighborhood was very quiet there at least during our stay in Haiku. The traffic at the main road did not bother us at all. Since we also came for some windsurfing fun on the island, we were thankful for the storage space under the house.

    Holly did a great job decorating the house with all those little tasteful tropical details. It looks even better than on the picture. Holly was a great landlord, she even let us check in a day later since we had a cancelled flight at SFO and a layover there.

    The house is close (5 min walk) to Haiku grocery store, some restaurants and post office. You have a very short drive to Ho’okipa and Paia. It’s so close to the Road of Hana where you start your exploring trips either way.

    We loved it there and would love to come as soon as possible. Maholo for everything to Holly.

    Aloha from Germany
    Tina&Holger

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