Former state tourism director Marsha Wienert has a keen sense of what makes upcountry Maui special, and thankfully she and husband John have decided to share some of that with visitors. Their B&B unit sits on a half acre next to their 6-acre farm, which grows tropical fruit, coffee, and vegetables; with its own entrance, this is really a fully equipped apartment. The eat-in kitchen features up-to-date stainless-steel appliances and a gleaming wood floor; the modern bath has a large walk-in shower; and the light-filled living room includes a queen sofabed and large flatscreen TV (there’s another in the bedroom with a king bed). Better yet, you can watch the sunset from the large lawn, framed by jacaranda and avocado trees. During the day, go for a hike in Haleakala National Park, within a 45-minute drive, or stroll through the blooming fields at Alii Lavender Farm 5 minutes away. The Wienerts deliver fresh fruit, scones or breads, coffee, and tea to your room for breakfast.