I'm not sure it's correct to call Makai Hale a bed & breakfast because doing so implies that it is larger than it is. I think this would be more aptly called a "guest house with breakfast" because the other reviewers are absolutely correct - you are completely by yourself! The guest quarters are completely separate from the main house and you never see or hear Audrey or Jerry or anyone for that matter (we spoke more to the security guard at the front gate than to Audrey!). So it's a pretty romantic location.
If you are a couple, you'll get the main room that fronts the jacuzzi and the ocean. The views are breathtaking - you're up on a hill and oversee the whole bay. It's great to wake up to and have breakfast watching the water. Apparently later in December you can see whales, but we were too early. If you're with family or another couple, there is another spacious room at the back of the guest quarters and they have a bathroom too, it's just not adjoining. There is a kitchenette with a fridge that Audrey stocks for you with milk (2%), juice, a water bottle and some fruit. She also stocks a great pantry (with everything neatly boxed so not to attract bugs) with snacks and silverware. There is a microwave and a coffee pot, but no sink (that would be a great addition).
The place is completely spotless and Audrey's breakfasts are great (she asks if you have any allergies). As another reviewer mentioned, they all come with a plate of fruit and the fruit is so good! The only complaint we had was that the fridge makes a really loud humming noise. But if you close the door to the bedroom and turn on the ceiling fan, you can hardly hear it (I am sensitive to noise, though, and it didn't bother my husband as much). Also as a warning, the room does get quite warm in the afternoon sun, although cools off very quickly once the sun sets. So you really only want A/C for like 1-2 hours, but if you're not planning to be in the room then, or you're okay with hanging outdoors in the pool or jacuzzi, you should be fine. One more note, Audrey does tend to leave the breakfasts out for you quite early (she'll put the fruit in the fridge and cover the breakfast plates with saran wrap) so you need to be okay with microwaving your food (it's usually eggs of some sort, one morning we received an egg mcmuffin-type of sandwich and the other morning sunny side up with fried rice, yum!).
It's a bit pricey, but you'll totally feel at home! Oh and the pictures on the website are completely accurate!