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Recent Haena reviews

  • Beautiful place

    "This was our first, one-week-only Hawaii vacation. Location: We read that winter on Kauai's North Shore means tall surf and potentially cloudy, cool conditions. But this is what we did within 100 yards of the house: Swim, sunbathe, snorkel (!), watch whales, bike, have dinner on the Lanei, walk on the beach, go out for dinner (Mediterranean Gourmet), see a Luaua (also at the Mediterranean Gourmet, we only caught the end of it), visit a coffee shop plus gallery. This is what we did within a 10-minute car ride or bike ride: All of the above plus hike the Napali Coast, watch an incredible sunset at Ke'e beach, surf Hanalei, shop Hanalei, walk to Tunnels along the beach, snorkel at Tunnels, buy a Ukulele. We made it to Poipu for some more snorkeling one day, but we didn't feel we needed to be on the South Shore to enjoy Kauai. The South Shore has a very different, more resort-y character, and we preferred the North Shore. The house: it's really the location that makes it a winner. You will pay a premium just to be right on the ocean. Once you accept that it is a reasonable value. And if you can budget that, it is totally unbeatable. The sounds of the ocean at night kind of envelop you, and you wake up to a beach sunrise. The house is as advertised, nice little details like plenty of bathtowels, washer/dryer, well-equipped kitchen and incredibly large bathrooms. Clean. Quite spacious for our family of 4. We dined in every day except one and kitchen was fine for cooking. Nice wood floor in the kitchen, wish the wood floor extended everywhere instead of the carpeting but that's personal taste. Interactions with the owner: Steve was very responsive.There was no micromanagement - no long list of instructions, either for arrival, for the house, or for departure. But when I had a question it was answered promptly. Mahalo!"
    Guest: Friederike K. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: March 2, 2014
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  • Unique experience

    "We are beach people and campers; I'd call this "glamping". During our week's stay in January the weather was rainy, at times heavy. The yurt has no source of heat or A/C to dry the inside and everything became very damp, very. Opening up the windows, doors and turning on the fan did little to help since it was so wet outside. Great location to the beach, private, safe, just darn damp inside. I was a little concerned about the electrical outlets right behind the kitchen sink; didn't see a GFI but maybe there was. Did appreciate the washer/dryer and outdoor shower. All in all, I'd give it a try in the dryer months for the experience."
    Guest: Supsurfer Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: February 7, 2014
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  • Beautiful, Lovingly made Bungalow

    "Great location and price for a home in Ha'ena, just a two minute walk to one of the most gorgeous beaches on the island. My family of grown siblings enjoyed the separation of space, the quiet neighborhood and uncrowded beach with great snorkeling just two minutes away. Great kitchen if you want to cook, or Hanalei just 10 minutes away for eating out. We did have some unusual heat and humidity, so the house does get hot during the day if you're there during a hot spell, but plenty of fans cooled it down at night "fairly" decently. For the price and location and the artistic beauty of the home, I think it was the best deal this close to the end of the road on the North Shore!"
    Guest: Kauai Junkie Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 4, 2014
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  • Great Family Vacation

    "We just got home from a wonderful vacation with three generations of our family. The location was perfect for us, close to the beaches and not far from Hanalei. We swam, played on the beaches, hiked, took surf lessons and ate out a couple of times. The house with it's two bedrooms and it's separate bedroom and bath suite worked well for our large group. What a great place and what warm hospitality. Highly recommended."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 21, 2014
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Haena Travel Tips

Find Paradise With Haena Vacation Rentals

Haena vacation rentals are the accommodations to consider when you want a beautiful setting off the beaten path. Located on the northern part of the garden island of Kauai, Haena places you minutes from famous beaches. Lumahai Beach was the setting for South Pacific. Nearby Moloaa Bay and its beach provided the location for the pilot for Gilligan's Island. Other beaches in the area offering waterfront rental properties are Tunnels, Cannons, and Ke'e. From cottages to bungalows and from Mediterranean-style houses to condos, you can find a vacation rental with the space you need to enjoy your trip.

Relax at Haena Beach Rentals

When you stay at Haena beach rentals, you can enjoy sparkling blue water and mountains covered in tropical forests. Properties with lanais let you enjoy a quiet moment as the sun rises or sets. Some rentals include balconies with Jacuzzis or hot tubs. While many properties feature off-road privacy, you'll find modern amenities like TVs and WiFi. Hanalei Town, offering restaurants, shopping, and entertainment, is minutes away. Vacation rentals in Haena give you more space than you'd get at a hotel. Some properties have private access to the beach, which means you won't have to maneuver through a crowd to find a good place to enjoy the sand.

Kauai Travel Connects You to Nature

Kauai travel provides many opportunities to explore nature. Land lovers can enjoy the tropical setting by hiking, biking, or horseback riding. Trails like Kalalau Trail follow routes with ocean views. Waterfalls and serene pools provide beautiful places to pause for a moment of relaxation and rest. Kayaking, sailing, snorkeling, and diving bring you up close to Kauai's aquatic life, which can include dolphins and whales. Helicopter tours let you see the botanical settings from an aerial view.

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