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The Banyan Tree House

At a Glance

    Pros

  • two cottages and the pool are outfitted for travelers with disabilities
  • you can walk to Makawao town for dining and shopping

    Cons

  • the furniture in the cottages is pretty basic
  • few amenities

The Banyan Tree House Review

If a taste of rural Hawaii life in plantation days is what you crave, you can find it at this pastoral two-acre property awash in tropical foliage, huge monkeypod, and banyan trees. The cottages (bedrooms, really, with updated baths, granite-topped kitchenettes, and private entrances) are simple and functional. The gem, though, is the 1927 plantation house with its sprawling living and dining rooms, a kitchen any cook will adore, and a lanai that will take you back in time. The configuration of the property allows for lots of combinations; you can rent one, two, or all three bedrooms in the house or even add the adjoining one-bedroom cottage. And you can rent the entire property for a family reunion or a retreat and have access to a large yoga and meditation space complete with audio and video capabilities.

    Hotel Details

  • 7 rooms.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 02-21-2014

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