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3 night minimum stay
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  • 2 BA,
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3 night minimum stay
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  • 4 BA,
  • Sleeps 8
7 night minimum stay
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  • Sleeps 5
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  • 2 BA,
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  • 2 BA,
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$340
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3 night minimum stay
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  • 3 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
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  • 2 BA,
  • 1 HF BA,
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  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 4
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$250
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3 night minimum stay
  • 3 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
3 night minimum stay
 

Recent Molokai Reviews

A great place to relax and unwind

5 of 5
This house was exactly what we were looking for. We sat on the porch (or should I say lanai?) for several stunning sunsets and long book reading sessions having nothing but the cool ocean breeze and the hypnotizing waves to divert our attention. The landscaping and gardening outside are lush and colorful. There were even papaya trees on site. We did not swim out front, but there are several close beaches. The Dixie Maru beach was great for swimming, and we body surfed on the 3mile beach that is less than a 5 minute drive from the house. In town, we signed up for a four hour snorkeling adventure at the Molokai Fish and Dive, and the owner was our captain. The coral and sea life was stunning. Seeing sea turtles as we swam was a highlight. The best restaurant we found in town was the pizza place, but there was also a pretty good place near the coffee plantation. From there, drive the 5 miles north to the lookout and phalic rock. The lookout down to the north side was breathtaking and just a short walk from the parking area on a sidewalk. The rock was a little tougher hike, but relatively easy. We took a day trip to the east side of the island to see the twin waterfalls. The last part of this road is one lane and very windy, so be patient. Cathi, our local contact pre-stocked our kitchen, and it is a good thing she did because the city is pretty much closed down on Sunday. We bought a fresh caught 5 pound Ahi tuna from a local on the main drag, and it was so good! Makes my mouth water just writing about it... There is also a local beef co-op that sells grass fed beef. This would also be a must if you stay in my opinion. The taste is very distinct and yummy. Back to the house. It has 3 bedrooms + 3 baths, sits on 5 acres and we saw just a few people the whole stay. There are wild turkeys, quails and other birds hanging out and adding to the beauty. A previous guest said that when they visited in March they could see whales migrating by from the lanai, and we think that we need to make a return trip to see that. We also came for a wedding, and this place was the best by far when compared to the others we saw on the island. If you are looking for a touristy vacation with fancy restaurants and crowds, this is definitely not for you. Instead, if you want to unplug from the hustle and bustle and seemingly travel back to a time where things just seem less complicated, I can't recommend this house enough. Safe travels, fx
  • Submitted: Jun 24, 2014
  • Stayed: Jun 2014

Delightful Hawaiian Experience

5 of 5
Property is everything stated and more. Manager was friendly and helpful. Local neighbors friendly, shared lilikoi butter and jerked meat and took us to local sights that cannot be found by visitors. After 8 trips to the islands the best non tourist experience is found in Molokai at Pukoo. The beach is great for kids and so is the swimming and snorkling. Amazingly private. When we return to Molokai we will rent Pukoo again.
  • Submitted: Mar 31, 2010
  • Stayed: Mar 2010

Beautiful slice of paradise!

5 of 5
We just returned from a week long honeymoon on the wonderful island of Molokai, having stayed at this terrific property. The location is perfect, just five miles from the only major town on the island. The house sits on the beach, with a direct view of Lanai to the south and beautiful sunsets to the west. Walk on the beach just a couple of hundred yards to the east and you will have a great view of Maui, where you can spend three times the money and not get half the value. In our opinion this property is stunningly beautiful, the house is immaculately furnished although there is little reason to stay inside when you can sit out on the lanai and whale watch during the day, and count shooting stars at night, as the milky way is so close you feel as if you could reach out and touch it. Molokai is not for everybody, as it is rural Hawaii, and there are no large resorts, chain hotels, franchise restaurants, or other signs of urban blight. Essentially everything is locally owned and operated. The people are gracious, honest, and friendly, although they seem determined to preserve Molokai as a last remnant of undeveloped real estate. We hope they succeed. The house has everything you could want, and it is so nice to eat in on your own schedule, wash your clothes and not come back with a suitcase full of dirty laundry, and generally have the space to spread out. It would be perfectly comfortable for any party up to six. We plan to go back, it was honeymoon perfection for us.
  • Submitted: Jan 24, 2010
  • Stayed: Jan 2010