They consider themselves a B&B, but we’ll classify them as an inn. This was a banker’s home built in 1924, which has been lovingly restored. (The termites had almost carried it away.) Room amenities are well-considered and very homey. Rooms vary a lot, but all are very quaint and some quite roomy. Some have deep whirlpool bathtubs and separate showers.
Other amenities, like many kinds of tea, a very good breakfast that varies each day (served at 8 a.m.—continental served at 7 a.m.) and stocked refrigerators, make this a nice place to stay. They also have a take-away fruit and yogurt parfait for those who have an early tour or flight. The inn is filled with interesting furnishings. Also check out the ‘ohi‘a wood floor upstairs. No laundry facilities. Our review hasn’t changed for a number of editions because they haven’t changed either. We like it. If it ain’t broke… Two people maximum per room. Rooms (150–275 sq. ft.) are $198–$265. 2-night minimum.
(800) 305-4899 or (808) 244-5897
2199 Kahookele St, Wailuku