The old Carriage House had to be torn down. The Vagabond’s house replaced it with similar architectural features and great rooms to accommodate the Modern Vagabond. The Vagabond’s House name comes from Don Blanding Hawaii’s Poet Laureate of the 1920s-40s most famous poem.
Hawaiian sky blue walls reflect the morning sun peering from the shoulders of majestic Mt. Haleakala in this upstairs (2nd floor) room.
This premier upstairs (2nd floor) room has a private Lanai, golden walls, and an exquisite antique five-panel Chinese Jade and Soapstone screen which functions as the king-sized bed’s headboard.
Gleaming dark marble floors, deep-pile area rugs, a hand-painted antique Chinese chest, and a carved Japanese headboard accent soft yellow walls. This ground-floor room has a private outdoor sitting area.