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Vacation In Hawaii In A Tiny House

Tiny Cottage for Rent in MauiHave you ever dreamed of taking a vacation in Hawaii? How about combining a dream vacation with trying out a tiny house? Or maybe you love vacationing in little houses and enjoying the sights rather than worrying about the expense.

We all know how much some vacations can cost. When you add up all the expenses upon your return, it’s not always a pretty picture.

Here’s your chance to take that Hawaiian vacation and not have to pay for it for the rest of the year.

Hawaiian SceneryThe Hale Moana cottage (as it’s named) is located on Maui, HI. More specifically, on the north shore of Maui. About five minutes from Hookipa Beach Park and close to Haiku, Paia.

From the pictures (you can see all the pictures by clicking the link below), it appears to be a cute, very small place. I love the tranquil green color; matches the green surroundings.

It has one bedroom, one bathroom, a small kitchenette, and a covered deck for your outdoor enjoyment. There is a private outdoor enclosed shower – I’m not sure if it is the only shower or a second one.

Some of the amenities mentioned include internet, TV, and a washer/dryer.

You can see the ocean if you peak between the fruit trees.

Dogs are allowed but if I remember correctly, if you are coming from off the island you won’t be bringing your dog with you because it would have to be quarantined for quite awhile before being allowed entry to the island.

The tiny cottage is located on two acres of family property. The owners made sure to let potential renters know that they have two, very friendly pitt bulls that have the run of the property. If you have a fear of dogs (or pitt bulls in general) this may not be the right place for you to rent.

Find out more about this tiny cottage for rent.

http://affordablehousingdesigns.com/the-latest/rentals/a-tiny-house-rental-in-maui/

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