Hidden down a long driveway that winds through tall trees and hanging vines, this stately house-turned-B&B, on the Hawaii Register of Historic Places, offers a sense of Hawaii's plantation era. Once the residence of pineapple cannery managers, the house has high ceilings, large rooms, big windows, and a covered lanai, and is steeped in gracious hospitality. Hostess Benni D'Enbeau offers three rooms: Sunrise, Malia, and the Bamboo Suite, each with private bath. The
house is comfortably furnished with pieces handcrafted from local, sustainably harvested woods and decorated throughout with works by well-known island artists. There is a kitchenette for guests' use with refrigerator, microwave, toaster, and coffeemaker; a breakfast of Maui fruits, pastries, and cereal is served here daily. In a separate building surrounded by a large lawn, the two-bedroom Meadow Cottage has a kitchen, garage, and washer and dryer. Free Wi-Fi is available for guests.