Shaded by huge monkeypod trees, this upcountry estate on meandering Baldwin Avenue has a humble, old Hawaii ambience. Accommodations include 3 suites within a nicely restored 1927 plantation manager’s house and 4 individual cottages. Each suite has a queen-size and a twin bed (perfect for families traveling with youngsters), a marble shower, a private entrance, a modest kitchenette, hardwood floors, and antique furniture. The cottages feature similar amenities; some (such as Gardenia) have full kitchens and bathtubs. Each morning, Marty, the retreat’s proprietor, delivers a continental breakfast to your door. Fruit trees and flowers decorate the property; hammocks and swings hang from the branches of the massive shade trees. Guests have the use of a 50-foot-long saltwater swimming pool, Jacuzzi, and 700-square-foot yoga and meditation studio equipped with yoga props and a sophisticated audio/video system. This fully handicapped-accessible retreat is ideal for groups, and the house, decorated with vintage Hawaiian furniture, can be rented as a whole. Makawao’s restaurants and shops are just minutes away, and Paia’s beaches are less than a 15-minute drive from here.