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Recent Kekaha reviews

  • Kala Beach Cottage

    "My sister stayed at this lovely cottage a year ago so when we planned our vacation getaway we chose the same cottage due to her positive experience. The cottage is well furnished and equipped with everything you need. It's a home away from home. We utilized all of the beach supplies (chairs, towels, sand toys for the kids) and snorkeling gear. You can't beat a one minute walk from the to what was our own seemingly private beach. Salt pond beach had the best place to snorkel with the reef that keeps the water calm. The backyard is perfect to relax. Fruit trees flowering trees on the property are stunning. We are sure to revisit the cottage. Mahalo!"
    Guest: JeanneF Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 20, 2014
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  • Great visit

    "We started our honeymoon in Kauai and staying here was a nice treat. In hindsight, f we could have spent the whole two weeks there, I think it would've been worth it. Just the same, watching the waves from the deck and seeing the stars at night reach almost down to the horizon... wow. The view from the shower window is pretty cool too. We both enjoyed our stay there, the hosts were especially nice and helpful, and we recommend this for others. The south shore of Kauai is nice and quiet with a relaxed pace."
    Guest: Kmauihu Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 8, 2014
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  • Kekaha Sunset Cottage No Ka Oi

    "Aloha oe Tony, our 7-day stay at the Kekaha Sunset Cottage was perfect. The property is located about 26 miles west of Lihue, (about a 40 minute drive). The kitchen is fully equipped and has everything you will need. All appliances worked well. The only thing we needed to supply was the food we wanted to eat. We were able to utilize the Navy Exchange facilities at Barking Sands to that end. There is one market in Kekaha and 2 in Waimea that you can purchase food items. The decorations in the house are minimal and done in a Hawaiian motif; I especially liked the chart of Kaua'i in the main hallway. Sunset Cottage is located in a neighborhood that is real Hawaii, not a resort. The house is located away from all of the resort properties and the associated crowds that are drawn to them. It is located 2 short blocks from a non-crowded beach area, (even during Prince Kuhio Day) where you can watch fantastic sunsets each night. After enjoying your day or night at the beach, an outdoor shower can be used to rinse off prior to entering the house. There are beach towels and chairs available for use along with a washer/dryer to clean your clothes for the next days adventure. This side of the island is very arid, we had no rain at all in Kekaha during our stay, while it poured in Poipu, Lihue and the North Shore on various days. This does tend to make it a little warmer than other areas of the island. There was a farmers market in Kekaha on Saturday starting at 0900 but items were mostly gone by 1030. However, good deals and delicious fruit were to be had if you got there early. You must try the apple banana (they are shaped like a small Chiquita banana but have a slight green apple taste). The less traveled back way to Waimea Canyon is located close by which leads you to the Grand Canyon of Hawaii. There are numerous hiking opportunities in this park. In addition, Waimea is a short 3 miles down the road and there is so much history in this town, you can spend an entire day exploring this quaint town. There is a 90-minute walking tour with historical markers pointing out the major items. Waimea also hosts the oldest monkey pod tree on Kauai. Also, stop by Jo-Jo’s for the best shaved ice on the island (shameless plug), but the service can be slow. Kekaha Sunset Cottage No Ka Oi, Mahalo nui loa Tony, for allowing us the use of your wonderful house. Looking forward to our next visit to Kauai and the wonderful Kekaha Sunset Cottage"
    Guest: SoCal Oregonian Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 5, 2015
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  • Wonderful stay in KAUAI

    "HALE 'ILIMA is the best...losts of windows, beautiful view, bright and airy. Everything you would want in a beach house. All you need to buy is the food of your choice. It is convient to stores and best beaches on Island. It was wonderful for me. I was here to work for 6 weeks and it was great to come from work to a beautiful house rather than a hotel room. You will have a great stay."
    Guest: Coach Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 28, 2014
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