This oceanview cottage delivers on everything it promises! Pretty, private, comfortable, affordable, and most of all DIFFERENT from what most visitors experience on Maui. You're in "residential country" here in Haiku, nowhere near the west-side tourist crowd, although the island is small enough that we still indulged a beach day in Wailea and a night in Lahaina. In Haiku, however, my college-age kids took morning runs through the neighborhood hills, spent time checking out the art and music in nearby Paia, and got to sleep later than any of the other tourists who made their way to a 3:30am shuttle that departed from Haiku to the top of Haleakala for the sunrise bike ride down. This is also a great place to jumpstart the Road to Hana. Last but not least, Jennifer and Andy were friendly but unobtrusive hosts for our family of 6. They only had to remind us once that this is "quiet country" at night, and I mention that only because it's worth noting you might prefer a west-side hotel if you're looking to party after the sun goes down. We did just fine enjoying our night in Lahaina and driving back "home" to Haiku. And we left Maui believing we had a truer sense of the place than if we had chosen elsewhere.