Penny's Place Inn Paradise Bed and Breakfast
Hawaii State Law
AmenitiesGuests can relax, "talk story" and make friends in the spirit of Aloha on the 8 by 42 foot balcony and Victorian turret. Both are filled with wicker furniture in which to lounge, read or watch the sunset . All guests have access to a common kitchenette on the balcony with toaster, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, ice machine, and all the basics for your early morning coffee before breakfast, or a late night snack. In addition there are laundry facilities for your convenience, on site parking, and a small library with books about the history, culture and customs of the Hawaiian Islands and their easy going happy and friendly people. Complimentary wireless internet connection available. The guest information area will provide you with information about events and activities, also brochures, restaurant, gallery, and shopping guides, maps of the island, and our personal favorite places.
~Aloha kakahiaka~ (good morning)Permitted Bed and Breakfasts in Maui County are allowed to serve only fruit and pastry. In order to give my guests more options, I have made arrangements with Lulu's restaurant at the Cannery Mall to provide a "like type breakfast," for my guests free of charge. Upgrades are optional for a small added cost. Lulu's is just a short walk down Front St. from the B&B.
Along the way you can enjoy the sunrise, the ocean, or stop to watch our giant green sea turtles frolic in the surf. If you prefer, Lulu's will deliver a breakfast basket offering of fruit and their ono, (delicious,) baked in-house cinnamon rolls for you to enjoy on our porch or balcony instead.
The bed and breakfast is within easy, flat walking distance to several beautiful beaches, the Old Lahaina Luau, and the Lahaina Cannery Mall, where you can do some shopping or catch a trolley for the one mile ride to downtown Lahaina or other places of interest on the island
Lahaina (merciless sun), is protected by the west Maui mountains and is famous for its beautiful weather year round. Even in the "so called" winter months when it may be raining just 5 minutes to the north or south, and breath taking rainbows hang over the mountains, it's nearly always blue skies and sunshine in Lahaina Town.
ImagineAt days end, step out on the full length balcony and watch a spectacular Maui sunset over the islands of Lanai and Molokai ~ bathing them in indescribable shades of waiole pua (violet), melemele (yellow), and ulaula (red). Between December and April, you may even see a humpback whale and it's calf celebrating the end to another perfect day in the warm, clear, turquoise water of the Auau channel. Watch the Maui moon rise, casting sailboats anchored just offshore into sapphire silhouette. And while stars begin to appear in the evening sky, settle in to one of the big wicker chairs in the turret or a rocker on the balcony, and enjoy the sweet fragrance of the island pua (flower), and the soothing sounds of the gentle nalu (wave).
The hemispheric size pool is filled with warm, clear, turquoise water and is teaming with vividly colored tropical fish. It goes all the way around the island and has approximately 120 miles of beach dotted with gently swaying palms and white, sandy beaches. Who needs a pool when Maui has the most beautiful beaches in the world?
Member of the Hawaii Visitors Bureau, The Lahaina Action Committee, Board of the Maui Bed and Breakfast Association and the West Maui Health Alliance.
Licensed by the County of Maui. BB 2009/0006
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