Tutu's House on Hana Bay

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Excellent
3 Reviews

From $130 / night

4981 Uakea Rd, Hana, HI 96713
Tutu's House on Hana Bay
Apartment
1 bedrooms
6 guests
No min stay

Overview Description

Overview

Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 6
Type: Apartment
Per night: $135
Per week: $910
Pets allowed: No
Internet: No
Description of the Hana vacation apartment rental
A gracious older home dating back to the late 1800s, the interior of this oceanfront duplex has been totally rennovated featuring spacious rooms and including a fully equipped kitchen. Relax on your deck and watch the waves and turtles feeding on the rocks below. You're just steps away from the beautiful & safe swimming beach. The house is surrounded by lush tropical vegetation and has many fruit trees, including mango, banana, tangerine, mountain apple and sour sop..

Milaneta Hanchett-Ching

Area Information
Hana is a quiet restful place tamed out of the lush tropical vegetation surrounding it. It has a large cattle ranch with vistas of pasture land throughout. The Seven Sacred Pools is just 14 miles away in Haleakala National Park. It offers a wonderful walk along the flowing stream to the ocean and a more vigorous hike to a spectacular waterfall. Waianapanapa State Park features a beautiful black sand beach and many walking trails along the ocean. (One leading to a sparkling cold water pool in a cave.)

There are beaches galore ... Hana Bay is a lovely grey sand beach, Kaihalulu shows off her red sand, and Hamoa has dazzling white sand.

The Hana Cultural Center is right across the road from Tutu's House and is a great place to start your visit.

There are a variety of places to eat if cooking is not on your vacation agenda. Tutu's Snack Shop at Hana Bay offers
everything from hamburgers to full meals. Hana Ranch Restaurant has a delicious buffet and a take-out window. Hotel Hana Maui has a dining room for more gracious dining. Our two grocery stores have just about anything you could want to stock your kitchen with.

About the owner

Owner Profile

Rates

Rates

Begins Ends Week
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Jan 01 2015 Dec 31 2016 $135 $135 $910 - -

Reviews (3)

Reviews for this vacation apartment rental in Hana, Maui, Hawaii

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Excellent
3 reviews
Robert LeVine

Tutu House

Robert LeVine

Fairfield, Ca USA

Tutu House

May 27, 2011

Tutu house was nicely decoraded, laid out, and very clean. It was very roomy and had a full kitchen. The bedroom opened to a pourch with a yard just off the water. Lawn chairs and tables provided.

Alex

Tutu's House on Hana Bay

Alex

Vernon BC Canada

Tutu's House on Hana Bay

October 18, 2010

Just perfect. House, location, everything

Andy and Wendy

Felt like Grandma's house...

Andy and Wendy

San Jose, CA USA

Felt like Grandma's house...

June 16, 2010

Our family of four started our Maui vacation in Hana, and after reviewing your site, decided to stay two nights in Tutu's House. It is an old home split in to two sections, and we found it charming. It was right against the rocky shore, and we fell asleep each night to the sound of waves crashing and wind in the coconut palms. The sunrises, right out the back door, were stunning! Plumeria and banana trees surrounded the house, and the Mango tree, though finished for the season, shaded the front lanai nicely. Located in the heart of Hana, it is easy walking distance to Hana Bay, eateries, their museum/cultural center, and a bit longer walk to the nearby Hana Hotel. Dinner there was fantastic, if a bit pricey, and my husband loved the Pina Colada and live music. The trek to Red Sand Beach, whose trail was difficult to locate, was stunning, though NOT for young children (the hiking was tough and the local children indicated it can be a "nude-y" beach!). We would stay there again, but if you require a modern, up-to-date and pristine residence, stay at the Hana Hotel instead. Milaneta, who is the caretaker we spoke with several times, is a wonderful person who spent time chatting with us and reminded us of an "Auntie" at whose home we were lucky enough to stay at. Her husband even opened two coconuts up for our children. We just returned yesterday, and are already planning the next trip, including several nights at Tutu's House. P.S. Must try pulled pork at Tutu's Shack!

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