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Recent Hauula reviews
Great escape from the crowds!
"If you are expecting a 5 star resort...keep looking...if you like a rustic, private beach cottage...then this is the place. The cottage is clean and has every thing you would need. The house does need a little TLC-but one has to realize that being on the windward side of the island can take a toll on houses- the salt air is not kind. The daily breezes through the house are wonderful. It would help if there was a screen on the door to the ocean side...but not a big factor.
We had a hard time leaving...we loved the little yard and went on nightly beach walks. The view is amazing!
This is a great location to go sightseeing- you are not too far from it all but away from the tourist chaos. We visited Pearl Harbor, hiked the Hauula Loop (great views!!), surfed the North Shore, and flew in a powered hang glider (a must do!!!! Use Paradise Air-they are top notch!!!) We had a really hard time leaving this little slice of paradise. Would love to return for longer one day!
Thank you so much for sharing your home with us. It gave us the "bug" to want to move to Hawaii!"
Guest: Jill F.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: July 28, 2015
"We stayed in the Koi pond and really enjoyed it. We loved the country setting and the convenient location to everything we wanted to do. The out door space was wonderful and the beds were REALLY comfortable. It is not fancy but well maintained. The only thing lacking was no A/C."
Guest: wandaDate of Stay: May 2015Review Submitted: June 18, 2015
"My extended family of 15 stayed in this home for one week. The house was very clean, plenty of space for everyone, and the backyard was a beautiful beach that we nearly had to ourselves.
We picked coconuts from the trees out front and made coconut bread from a recipe we received at the Polynesian Culture Center (located 5 miles away from home). We went to a nearby fruitstand and the local there told us how to cook the breadfruit that was also growing on the trees in front of the home. We bought fresh shrimp from a nearby stand and that night we cooked shrimp and breadfruit for dinner.
We explored the tidepools literally, steps from the back door and found sea cucumbers, crabs, and tiny fish. A few miles down we saw a pregnant monk seal (named Honeygirl. The locals told us all about her). We saw some dolphins in the distance from our 'private' beach.
Across the street from the home is a grocery store and in my opinion the best restaurant on the North Shore (Papa Ole's).
All of these experiences were possible because of the beautiful place we stayed at, in such a great location. You can't do these types of things when you're staying in a hotel.
Lata was great to work with and very accommodating. We did have a few ants, which was remedied when we were diligent about crumbs. I think this is pretty normal for any home!!"
Guest: April G.Date of Stay: December 2014Review Submitted: January 22, 2015