Waipio Bay 2BR/Studio Cottage

Last updated 13. Apr, 2013 by in Vacation Rentals | N Shore

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Guest (second) bed windows

Guest (second) bed windows

Contact: ~Waipio Bay 2BR Studio
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2 Bdrm / 1 Bath (Sleeps up to 6)

Lowest Advertised Rates:
*Current SPECIALS*:
June: 2 Guest: $99/nt; or $125/nt. for larger groups.
July: $125/nt.
August - December: $145/nt.

March - December*: $165/nt. 7+nts (2-6 nts: $188/nt.)
January* & February: $199/nt. 7+nts (2-6 nts: $219/nt.)
*Christmas/NY Time: $235/nt.
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Beds:
2x Queen + Twin futon, Pack-n-play

Amenities:
| Fully Equipped Kitchen | BBQ | Full Private House & Yard | Outdoor Shower | Hillbilly Hot-Tub | Washer/Dryer | TV/DVD | Roku, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu | WiFi Internet | VoIP Wireless Phone | iPod Dock | Towels & Linens |

OPENED & REMODELED 2012


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Quick Specs

Breadfruit grows on a stately Ulu tree.

~900 Sqft.
- Very private/stand-alone home.
- Studio cottage with a second bedroom.
- Remodeled Feb 2012.
- Ample windows look out to the lush plantings surrounding the cottage.
- Vaulted exposed-beam wood ceilings, strategic window positioning & tile floors throughout keep it comfortable and cool.
- Very private stand-alone cottage with private yard, driveway & parking.
- Outdoor bamboo shower & Hillbilly Hot Tub
- Full kitchen.
- Washer & dryer.
- High speed Internet.
- Quality bali/island-style furnishings, Tommy Bahama linens & towels.

Summary
Down to earth and set in the authentic Hawaii you knew existed, but had no idea how to find. If you’re looking for an affordable, non-touristy private home, you just found it.

Exceptionally private and clean, the high quality furnishings, linens and kitchen appliances are kept in like-new condition.

The cottage has loads of windows overlooking tropical plants, a heavily producing yummy Avocado tree is next to the kitchen window, coconut, breadfruit, hibiscus and heliconia are also plentiful.

Master bed

Master bed

Bedrooms & Bedding
You may be asking yourself, “is it a two-bedroom or a studio?” Originally built as an open studio cottage with a large enclosed lanai, the lanai has just recently been remodeled into a second bedroom.

This is an open floorplan with the master bedroom connected to the main living area. The second bedroom can be closed off from the rest of the house affording privacy to couples traveling together, or especially useful to families who would like to put the kids to sleep early without ending the night for themselves.

Both bedrooms have high-quality queen beds. The Master bed is a Sealy Posturepedic pillowtop. The lanai bedroom has a Simmons Beautyrest pillowtop.

(For spare kids you may have hanging around, there is also a mini-twin futon, a pack-and-play – and oh, and the two sofas are kid sized!)

Livingroom foreground, dining and guest bedroom background

Livingroom foreground, dining and guest bedroom background

Dining Area
The pub-style dining table sits in a pocket of windows – a perfect spot to share breakfast to the sounds of songbirds in the morning.

Kitchen
The full kitchen has everything you need to prepare a meal, snacks or drinks. High quality Hawaiian-style ceramic dishes, assorted glassware, pots & pans, silverware, etc is all high quality and new. A new blender, microwave, toaster oven and coffee maker are among the small appliances. Everything is solid quality and full-sized, not like what you expect in typical vacation condos and hotels.

There is also a reverse osmosis water filter installed at the sink to filter the rainwater supplied tap for clean drinking water.

Outdoor shower

Outdoor shower

Bathroom & Shower
The bathroom is simple yet functional. When you’re in here looking for the shower, you’ll find none – but open the door and a path leads out to an awesome outdoor bamboo shower with what we call a “hillbilly hotub” next to the shower, it is a 4′ round ~200 gal. soaking tub (larger and much deeper than a standard bath tub.) What a treat!

Warning: After you shower here you’ll never want to shower inside again.

Location
Waipio Bay is a couple miles into the unofficial start of the famous Road to Hana, at the edge of the rainforest. Since Maui is small, and the resort areas are not centrally located, this private and “remote” area is ironically quite central for active people looking to experience the huge variety Maui has to offer.

This location is also a great choice for those who want privacy, serenity and a peaceful place to recharge since it is off the beaten tourist path, and at the end of a private road.

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Outside

Outside

 

Vaulted exposed wood ceiling

Vaulted exposed wood ceiling

 

Dining room

Dining room

 

Dining room

Dining room

 

Dining room & kitchen

Dining room & kitchen

 

Kitchen

Full kitchen

 

Dining room & guest bedroom

Dining room foreground & guest bedroom background

 

Guest bedroom

Guest bedroom

 

Bathroom

Bathroom

 

Outside

Outside

 

Temp exterior photos: Taken before remodel - This is a very unique home, interior photos coming Feb 15!

 

Temp exterior photos: Monstera growing just outside the guest bedroom windows.

 

Temp exterior photos: Avocado growing right outside the kitchen window.

 

Temp exterior photos: Tall Cook Pines frame the property

 

Temp exterior photos: Closeup of Cook Pine

 

Temp exterior photos: One of several yards you are free to use and explore.

 

Temp exterior photos: Behind the house. There will be an outdoor table anad chairs here.

 

Temp exterior photos: A jungly path.

 

Temp exterior photos: Part of the stately breadfruit tree the home takes its name from.

 

Temp exterior photos: Flowering plants galore - these heliconia are just about to flower.

 

Temp exterior photos: This view shows the outside on the kitchen side of the house (photo taken from driveway, that is the roof below)

 


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6 Responses to “Waipio Bay 2BR/Studio Cottage”

  1. B. Glenn

    13. Mar, 2012

    As we drove down the road, the ooohs and wows began.

    It was more than we expected in every way; more remote, more peaceful and more fun than we could have imagined.

    he girls ran through the jungle in the buff on lizard explorations and were in a combination of awe and curiosity about the cool spiders & bugs. The adults loved the serene peacefulness of the beautiful jungle and lovely home.

    As we ventured out to other parts of the island we all agreed unanimously that we loved our little new found piece of heaven best of all!

    Thank you so much for the memories!

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  2. Anne O'neil

    19. Mar, 2012

    I hate to leave this house. I love listening to the birds in the morning and the sudden storms at night. The Avocados off the tree outside are like butter. Napping in the porch while reading was perfect. And nothing beats showering outside while the rain falls too! The falls are one of the best laces I’ve ever been and I love all the helpful people at the variety store. This was a great place to retreat and write! I hated to leave!

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  3. Joseph Hale

    05. Apr, 2012

    We stayed here for 2 1/2 weeks and loved it! Our four boys (4 yrs. and under) were amazed by all the wildlife so different from our Alaska home. Just at the cottage we found a lizard, a huge snail, a mammoth slug, nightly bull frogs and numerous geckos!

    The remoteness of the house was a sweet retreat from the festive tourism. It was so remote in fact, that we half thought we may have been swindled our first night as we drove down the overgrown “boondocks” road to what we hoped was what we had seen advertised online as a beautiful getaway. :)

    Whew! Just as advertised, waiting amid the jungle foliage.

    Thank you for such a great adventure for our vacation to Maui.

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  4. The Adams Family

    12. Apr, 2012

    We had such a fun experience staying in your cottage and thoroughly enjoyed the outdoor shower! A lovely, clean cottage with great furnishings.

    Thanks for a memorable time!

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  5. Sandra & Kimberly

    27. Apr, 2012

    My daughter and I found the peace and quiet to be healing – the little house & ambiance so beautiful. Colours of everything from sheets, towels, dishes to blend so beautifully with the landscape.

    We plan to return when we can stay for a much longer time. I will bring my brushes and watercolor paints and relax in this heavenly space.

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  6. barbara & Peter

    06. Dec, 2012

    Outdoor shower was worth price of admission alone. I will probably never forget the experience of watching birds and butterflies flit past as I washed my hair….sublime. Screen porch worked great for the boys. We started our Maui week in a Keihi condo and this cottage was the perfect antidote. No parking lot noises, no car alarms, no highway, no upstairs neighbors flushing toilet at 3am…just nothing. Quiet, peace and crickets (I think) and windows open all night. We slept like babies. Was great to already be on Hana Road, we could take our time, take the side roads, relax, change plans, etc. Bring some games and movies for evenings in, also plan on mosquitoes. Outdoor fire pit might be nice addition. Loved it, thank you.

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