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We visited Molokai for 5 nights this January and stayed at the Blue Goose. As in all of Hawaii, the price of accommodations on Molokai is, let's say, quite pricy. The cost of a stay at the BG was significantly lower and not being picky...More
Had a wonderful experience last week at this bed and breakfast. Sue was extremely welcoming and made us a warm breakfast in the morning including banana mac nut pancakes before we went on the mule tour to Kalaupapa. Wifi worked well, room was clean, and...More
Unlike some other reviewers, I felt the location is fine. No matter where you stay on Molokai, you're going to be driving a little bit to get to the rest of the attractions. From the Blue Goose, you are quite close to Papohaku Beach, a...More
Although I found Jim and Sue wonderful hosts I cannot get past the BG being so far from anything. Although I do it at home, I hated driving 20+ minutes through nothingness for meals and attractions while passing other places to stay. Unfortunately, Maunaloa is...More
Only if you are desperate. Not good value for the money. Maunaloa is a dying town, only 2 businesses left. Finding the BG is difficult, no signage, owners are trying to sell. Minimal furniture, ants in the dirty shared kitchen. Don't drink the water.