A mile from the beach, and within walking distance of Paia’s boutiques and cafes, this laidback compound off busy Baldwin Avenue is full of surprises. Mango trees offer shade and privacy in the large yard, where guests have the use of hammocks, hot tub, barbecue, and picnic tables, along with beach gear and laundry. Adventurous travelers will want to perch in the treehouse, built into a mango tree, with a king-sized bed and full-size sofabed; guests share a bath and kitchen with the adjacent four-bedroom house, an air-conditioned sanctuary with tile floors, granite counters, and a spacious covered lanai. The house can be combined with the treehouse to sleep up to 10. Downstairs is a studio, also air-conditioned and similarly stylishly remodeled, with touches like a leather couch, bamboo trim, walk-in stone-tiled shower, and vessel sink.
325 Baldwin Ave.
Our Rating Neighborhood Paia & Kuau Phone 808/579-3000 Prices Studio $250–$350; treehouse $260–$360; $80 cleaning fee; 5-night minimum. 4-bedroom house $1,000–$1,400 weekly; cleaning fee $250. House with treehouse $1,250–$1,750 weekly; cleaning fee $300. Units 3 units Amenities Barbecue; hammocks; hot tub; laundry facilities; watersports gear; free Wi-Fi. Web site Mangolani Inn
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