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Recent Hanalei reviews
"My wife and I, along with my brother and sister-in-law, enjoyed staying at this beautifully-appointed home (one block from the beach) so much so that we would love to stay there again on our next vacation to Hanalei. The house is immaculate, with so many fine touches, including an open-air dining room, a magnificent contemporary kitchen, two lovely bedrooms (with full baths), a large dining room, a gas barbecue grill, and high-class woodwork throughout. Our typical MO on Hawaiian vacations is to dine out most evenings, but with the combination of the kitchen and open-air dining room here, we cooked four of the five evenings, with absolutely no regrets. It's also just a 5-10 minute walk into town. So what's not to like? On a scale of 1-100, I'd rate this property a 95. The only thing that wasn't perfect was the occasional moving cars outside on Weke Road that are easy to hear, for those sleeping in the bedroom facing the street, particularly if you like to leave your windows open, which we do. Great to hear the ocean surf, not so great to hear the car engines."
Guest: SteveDate of Stay: May 2015Review Submitted: May 31, 2015
"My husband and I had a lovely stay at Micco's cottage! We loved watching the birds from the lanai, and listening to the rain which always stopped miraculously by the time we were ready to head to the beach. :) We also loved the close walk to Hanalei bay. We stayed for 2 weeks and our first week we used for hiking/Kalalau and exploring - this is a wonderful place for a home base if you're exploring the island! Our second week we took advantage of how close our cottage was to the ocean and surfed/swam the beautiful bay every day.
The cottage is simple but has all the amenities you need - we cooked many nights in the kitchenette. We had a few visitors (ants) but Micco dealt with it so quickly, there was someone by to begin dealing with the issue within 24 hours, and they were gone soon after. One can expect a visitor or two in a tropical climate! :)
I would very much recommend staying here. It was a perfect place for a relaxing, simple honeymoon, or a jump off point for surfing and adventure. Thanks for the great stay!!"
Guest: Elise G.Date of Stay: May 2015Review Submitted: June 15, 2015
"We had such a wonderful experience. We were 9 women and we laughed, told old stories, cooked in the wonderful kitchen, walked to the beach and to town and explored the island. Your home was beautiful with an awesome kitchen, internet, walk-in showers..oh my, we had a wonderful time. Thanks for sharing your home with us...We would highly recommend that anyone who wanted to enjoy the island stay here!!"
Guest: LanaDate of Stay: April 2015Review Submitted: April 26, 2015
"I would definitely recommend this house and will stay here again.
The Pros: house is extremely clean and well kept, great location at south end of Hanalei Bay (I have stayed at other Hanalei properties and this one puts you 5 mins walk away from best access to beach at the end of Anae Road), 10 min walk into town, all amenities are as stated, new ceiling fans were great to keep air moving (we did not use the AC which are actually "swamp coolers" not AC units), all the beach toys/equipment were great especially the big wagon to haul everything over to the beach (there are no bicycles however, as stated in property description).
A few cons to consider: the front porch with the view is not covered and is not the best place to sit because of this reason (sun & rain), the living room furniture is sparse and worn out (we had a couple rainy days we had to hang out in the house is the only reason I mention this), the houses on this cul de sac are very close together and there was a little noise from neighbors early in the morning (we were sleeping with windows open).
While the house is not directly on the main "highway" (Kuhio Hwy-560), the driveway access is, so you have to cross the highway to get to beach access and also walk along the highway to get into town. I only mention this because the highway is very busy with traffic and it is very dark and hard to see at night without a sidewalk or lights. Crossing the highway is really no big deal but people with children would want to make sure they are careful. We also found that it was easiest to cross and walk up Weke road to town (especially at night)."
Guest: Dana G.Date of Stay: October 2015Review Submitted: November 3, 2015