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Makawao Wheelchair Accessible Vacation Rentals(4)

4 Results
  • 3 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • Sleeps 12
5 - 7 night minimum stay
  • 9 BR,
  • 10 BA,
  • Sleeps 24
1 Review
  • 2 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
3 night minimum stay
$229 - $249
per night
3 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 7
3 night minimum stay

Recent Makawao Reviews

Great Maui Vacation Home

5 of 5
I can’t describe any better than the previous posts of how great the view from the deck really is- a total view of West Maui, 2 oceans, clouds, airport landings, sunset, etc. We saw a photograph in a shop in Maui that I swear was taken from this deck. Really! The landscaping in the back is the most relaxing, well maintained of any property I have stayed in. The indirect lighting and comfortable seating in the main room also make for a relaxing evening. If you’re a runner, bring your hill legs. The house is at the top, so most paths will lead downhill. There is a golf course a mile from the house that provides some nice streets to run. Traffic is not a problem in the neighborhood. Just remember you are downhill from the house. The house location provides great access to all of Maui- Hana highway, Haleakala volcano, Paia, Lahaina, Kahului airport. You can see most every destination from the deck. We had the special experience of seeing the lunar eclipse on October 8 from the deck; clear sky and perfect viewing. Watching the cloud formations and weather over West Maui and airport landings was always a relaxing end to the day. We noticed that all lights and most appliances were on timer switches. I found that interesting until I checked on electric rates in Maui. I get it now; please be respectful of the electric rates. Two day a week trash pickup is nice, if you have a larger group. If you get to the Ulupalakua Ranch store before 3pm, you can have their well known Elk Burger. There is also the Maui Winery across the street for a bottle of wine with lunch. But if you really want to have a wonderful quiet dinner, the Kula Bistro on Lower Kula road is the place. The food was some of the best we had on Maui and across the street you can find wine to bring over with dinner; no corkage fee. Of course we had dinner at Mama’s Fish House; I would say best on the island, but this was just our first trip . If beer is more your passion, Maui Brewing Company in Lahaina will not disappoint you. They have one of the best on tap selections I have seen. If the growler (that our group left) is not at the house, buy one to bring home. Bottom line, if I ever have the chance to return to Maui, this is my first place to stay!
  • Submitted: Oct 15, 2014
  • Stayed: Oct 2014

Spacious, gracious, upcountry home

5 of 5
This well situated, very private home has absolutely accurate descriptions. It is very well maintained, well furnished and supplied to accommodate both children and adults. Kitchen is well stocked, home is very clean, basic paper supplies and cleaning products supplied. This ended up being our home for nearly a month and we could not have been more pleased. Lisa and Brian were not only friendly and kind but also incredibly helpful with information specific to the work we had to accomplish during our stay. We found the home's location perfect for exploring the upcountry, the north shore, the road to Hana, all the upcountry towns, and far away from the general resort madness. A very private setting and quiet neighborhood filled with birdsong in the morning. We had brief morning rains which gave way to sunny skies. The lack of AC was no problem at all since nights were cool and the house came with fans if needed. The landscaping is beautiful with artistic night lighting. WiFi was adequate. Many games and DVDs come with the house for your enjoyment. The hot tub looked like new, super clean and was a blessing for very tired muscles. The road is narrow with tight curves yet there are many homes up here and cars regularly going by. Makawao is a short 20 minutes downhill with funky shops, good food, great baked goods, friendly post office, helpful people and an overall spirit of Aloha. The Saturday morning Kulamalu Farmer's Market behind Long's Drugs was a special treat, rewarding shoppers with the best and freshest that the UpCountry has to offer. Mana Foods in Pai'a was a great place to load up on organic food and we enjoyed a few of the good restaurants here, about 45 minutes from the house. The drive up to the house passing horse farms and offering incredible views, often with a rainbow will have you wishing that Maui was just a wee bit closer to the mainland.
  • Submitted: Jul 16, 2014
  • Stayed: Jun 2014