House Rules

Aloha! Welcome to Molokai Beach Bungalow!

As a courtesy to the neighbors quiet hours are 9:00 PM to 8:00 AM during which time the noise shall not unreasonably disturb neighbors. Sound that is audible beyond the property boundaries during non-quiet hours shall not be more excessive than would be otherwise associated with a residential area. Amplified sound that is audible beyond the property boundaries is prohibited.

Please –

  • No parking on the highway; park on the property in front of the house.
  • No parties or group gatherings other than registered guests.
  • No smoking in the building or on the lanai.
  • No pets.

The house uses a cesspool so please don’t let any grease go down the sink. Flush only toilet tissue. Any and all other items should be put in the trash.

There are trash cans behind the shed for non-recyclable trash plus a bin for plastic and glass that can be recycled. Trash pickup is early Thursday mornings so if you have trash please put it out on Wednesday evening.

Please use the wire brush to remove any food particles on the grill while it is still warm so they will burn off.

Please make sure sand is out of clothing before putting them in the washer/dryer.

Beware of the coconut trees and avoid walking under them. You don’t want to meet a falling coconut.

The shoreline area is the property of the people of Hawai’i, and is open for the free use by everyone.
Hiking on private property on the island should only be with a local guide and/or the owner’s permission.

One of the amazing things about East Molokai is the Ancient Hawaiian fishponds. Some of them have been restored, some are waiting for restoration. The ocean in front of the house is surrounded by the remnants of a Hawaiian Fishpond. The left half of the pond is rocky bottom while the right half of the pond is sandy and great for wading and swimming. Please don’t walk on the walls or move any rocks.  You are welcome to fish and enjoy what you catch. If you find you are catching more than you need please catch and release. Many families depend on hunting and fishing to supplement their diets. If you are cleaning fish please scale them on or down by the beach.

The ocean can have dangerous currents – always exercise caution when in the water.

PLEASE TURN OFF ALL LIGHTS, FANS, ETC. WHEN NOT IN USE. MOLOKA’I HAS SOME OF
THE MOST EXPENSIVE ELECTRICITY COSTS IN THE WORLD. MAHALO!

Have a wonderful vacation!  Mahalo.