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Reviewed 11 August 2015

If you're looking for a charming peaceful place to enjoy your stay in Molokai, this isn't it. The owners were pleasant enough, but not very welcoming, and the entire place needs refurbishing. When I arrived, there was a note pasted on the front door welcoming the week's visitors. Mine wasn't on it (but should have been), and never during my entire stay did that get corrected. The owners live upstairs, and while accessible, I didn't interact with them much. I did enjoy a breakfast with them one day, which was decent but nothing special. My room was in need of a makeover; very little effort was put into making the place warm or welcoming. There is a kitchen and fridge where you can store and make food (that was helpful). The free wifi generally had good reception. The location was way on the west side of Molokai, so it was quiet (except when the owners were yelling for their grand-kids to come in for dinner) but not so convenient to the amenities on the island. The island of Molokai itself is worth visiting but I'd recommend finding somewhere else to stay. The owners are looking to sell the place, so perhaps some new owners will come in and improve it.

Date of stay: June 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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Thank DRBTravels
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Reviewed 28 June 2015 via mobile

We stayed 3 nights here. The hosts are very nice and the breakfast was delicious and plentiful. The price is likely the most reasonable on the island. This place is only about 7 years old but the design makes it feel much older. The room was small with a private porch. The screening was such that you could not see much and I there was a view only of the neighbors house. The slider to the porch is the only way to bring in air or outside light. There's no window and no cross ventilation. Also no fan of any kind. So despite the outside breeze, there was no way to get that breeze to cool the room. The room was too warm and stuffy at night. The shared kitchen area was good as was the shared lanai.

Date of stay: June 2015
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank aerofig52
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Reviewed 3 June 2015

My wife and I just got back from a week on the Big Island and 2 nights on Molokai and the Blue Goose was a great place to stay. We were a little worried when we arrived and there was no sign for the establishment -- and there was actually a "for sale" sign on the front of the property. But, we were quickly greeted by the owner's son who welcomed us and got us settled in before his parents arrived. Our room was clean, had a comfortable bed, and a nice screened-in porch. We got a kick that the house didn't have heat or air conditioning -- but doesn't need it -- as temps don't very much from room temperature throughout the year on the island. Stay here instead of the main city in Molokai because it's much more comfortable (10 degrees cooler) being in the mountains. The owners made an awesome breakfast -- macadamia nut pancakes one morning and strawberry french toast the other -- with eggs and meats and the works. They actually sat down and talked to you and offered to help plan out our days -- even though being a travel agent -- I had that all taken care of. I wish we could have stayed here more nights!! The only downside about the location is that is it's a good 20 minute drive to the closest restaurant, so know that coming into it --- however the beautiful white sand beach where you can watch the sunset is just down the road. We went out there one night and were just 1 of 2 couples on the whole beach. Such a relaxing and different pace than the other islands. On a clear night, you can see the glow of the lights of Honolulu and Oahu in the distance 40 miles away from the B&B's porch! We are glad to hear that the couple who owns it is going to take it off the market and keep doing their thing for awhile longer.

Date of stay: May 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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3  Thank outsidetherails
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Reviewed 4 March 2015

The Blue Goose looks like a house from the outside. The guest rooms are on the ground floor, and the owner lives on the second floor. The rooms are clean and well kept. The furnishings are sparse. There's no TV. The room has a desk, a bed, and screened patio. The guest rooms have a common kitchen area that has a refrigerator, table, sink, dishes, glasses, and utensils.

We arrived on Christmas. Being a less developed island almost every shop was closed. One convenience store in Kaunakakai was open, so we bought frozen foods and snacks. Our hosts let us use their microwave oven in the evening.

Our hosts were friendly and welcoming. They accommodated our schedules for breakfast and helped us plan our stay. The B&B is on the west side in Maunaloa, so it's a good 15 minute drive to Kaunakakai for shops and restaurants. One thing about being on the west side of Molokai is that it rains almost every evening, and it's cooler than Kaunakakai. For the 3 days that we were there, like clockwork, it rained every evening in Maunaloa. The rain could last from 15 minutes to over an hour. TMobile cell phone service was spotty in Maunaloa. AT&T cell phone service was reliable.

Date of stay: December 2014
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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5  Thank airsonu
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Reviewed 3 January 2015

We stayed at the Blue Goose for 6 nights and we'll never stay at another place on Molokai again. We are a super socially awkward couple, so if course the only problem we had was figuring out what time to do breakfast! It's easiest to just let Sue know in advance what time is good for breakfast and just set a schedule from there. She is super flexible and accommodating.. She gave us great tips on places to visit and ways to get there. Jim even offered to take us to the airport to pick up our rental car! If you like fancy, this isn't it. But if you're just looking for something simple and welcoming, this is perfect.

Date of stay: December 2014
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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8  Thank Michelle M
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