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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent Haleiwa reviews
Wow! Make the North Shore in this house your destination!
"What a great house! What a great location! It more than deserves the five star ratings it receives from travelers. The house is roomy, welcoming and well equipped, all which makes it feel just like home right away. The wonderful lanai faces the beach and ocean and offers you your choice of sun or shade, to relax and watch the waves or the whales breaching on the horizon or the surfers do their magic. It is very quiet yet very close to lots to do. The house has a very high walk-ability rating - the beach is literally at your doorstep for a swim in sandy bottomed water or a quiet walk, turtles were on the beach a few minutes away as is the park and marina. In a few more minutes you are in Haliewa - a delightful town with lots of shops, restaurants, food trucks galore and local attractions like the weekend church market, chicken BBQ and of course shave ice. Activities too - you can easily walk to rent snorkel equipment (to the left across the small bridge as you reach Haliewa) or kayaks or paddle boards at very moderate rates. Even better, people trying kayaks or paddle boards can try it all on a very calm canal right by the rental shops (turtles abound in the water!). In the car you are less than 20 minutes from famous surfing beaches - Sunset and the Banzai Pipeline - or the Dole Plantation - and not 30 minutes to Turtle Bay for snorkeling even in the surfing season. If you are keen to see Pearl Harbor (which is an amazing and meaningful experience) it is about 40 minutes by car and then just a bit further to Honolulu. The "North Shore" is somewhere to visit and stay, not just spend a day. We were there two weeks and will stay longer next time. This house is the perfect place to stay!"
Guest: Traveler1954Date of Stay: February 2015Review Submitted: March 6, 2015
"My family and I really enjoyed our three night stay at Fuselier's wonderful oceanfront, ground floor unit! Utilizing the large fold out futon in family room area it comfortably slept our family of three. We love the town of Haleiwa and will be back!"
Guest: Mr MDate of Stay: April 2015Review Submitted: April 20, 2015
"I rented this house with my boyfriend and we just loved it. The house is in a gated community , so no noise, the beach is gorgeous and peaceful and my boyfriend could surf while I just laid back . Sunset beach, Turtle Bay, all the other beaches are just minute away. The bike path , is right there , so I would recommend riding a bike while on the North Sore. The process of booking the house was super easy and Sabrina was always there to answer our questions , and she even gave us really nice suggestions on where to go , or what to do. The house itself is super clean and it has everything you need. I would come back tomorrow if I could !!"
Guest: FernandaDate of Stay: March 2015Review Submitted: April 16, 2015
"Our family stayed at Tutu's House in September as a mini family reunion. This house worked well for all six of us ranging from 21 months old to 63 years old. It was comfortable, a well stocked kitchen and the best views of the North Shore. The house was clean, had plenty of towels, bedding and family entertainment. The only difficulty we ran into is the trade winds weren't blowing and the temperature was in the 90's. The house isn't air conditioned, so was stiffiling. The manager was called and brought fans over that day, which helped a little bit. It turned out to be an unusually hot week and our family was very uncomfortable in the house. Just be aware when you come to Hawaii during the hot months and are intolerant of all day heat, look for a property that has air conditioning. Also the house sits along the busy 2 lane Kamehameha Highway with traffic going by day and night. Two of the three bedrooms face the highway so sleeping is a challenge. Most of the beachfront houses on the North Shore are situated that way. Being so close to the beach makes up for some inconveniences. All in all a nice property in a nice location."
Guest: TownchicDate of Stay: September 2014Review Submitted: October 14, 2014