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Recent North Shore Oahu property reviews
"This is an incredible find. Especially after walking the beach both north and south and seeing many homes of lesser quality and location, this is a real gem. First the big picture: the location couldn't be better for watching the surf/surfers, whales breaching, turtles and sunsets. The house is newly renovated and absolutely comfortable, lovely and airy. I'd return here any chance I could get. Details: the location is ideal on the water, but also in terms of North Shore proximity. Haliewa is a few miles south, Waimea Bay a few miles north. Easy to get up to Turtle Bay for dinner, golf, spa or around the bend to Kahuku and beyond. Or, easy access to Haliewa and restaurants as well as west to skydiving/glider port. Also, the house is just a touch off the Kam Hwy., so it's fairly easy to pull off to open the gate without getting run over. Very safe and private. The house is such a stunner, decorated in a cool/contemporary surfer theme. Nice, comfortable space offers lots of room for a large party to gather or individuals to find privacy. A whole wall of glass opens up the kitchen/great room to the ocean (screens are good too--bugs do tend to gather in the dusk). Three bedrooms could be considered master suites with en suite bath and king beds, and the other two bedrooms are great as well. The kitchen is fully equipped with lots of dishes, pots & pans, glasses, granite countertops, and lots of room for lots of sous chefs to be helping the prep work. We were an extended group of seven people ranging in age from 22 to 88, and the house fit all our needs. We could easily have had more people in the house and not felt cramped. There's also a side apartment you can rent if you need more beds. A wonderful home in a beautiful place."Guest: Marty B. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: February 13, 2014View listing
"We had a wonderful week at the Plumeria House for our family of five. Fully equipped kitchen with washer and dryer just downstairs. A great setting on north shore, just a few short steps up to the private gate beach access. Beach chairs, bikes, and beach equipment were all available for our use. Centrally-located on the north shore, this home is a great base of operations for exploring all around the area. The local Foodland is just minutes away, which is very handy. The surf is powerful at this beach, so it's not a great place for small children or those not comfortable in heavy surf. The geckos surprised us as well, but you get used to seeing them around. Only minor complaint was the wireless Internet, which was hit-and-miss at best. Highly recommend for anyone with teenagers or tweens."Guest: Andy E. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: April 13, 2014View listing
"Plenty of room for a family of four. Everything worked great and was as advertised. The view over the ocean from the front of the house meant a great sunset view from the porch every night. The beach in front is rocky and not worth swimming, mostly because there are nice sandy beaches so close. But we saw sea turtles swimming pretty much all day every day. Sunset beach is just two miles away, and the beach next to Turtle Bay is just a mile or so north. Dozens of other amazing beaches line the coast in either direction. Being there in the summer meant that we could swim and snorkel in any of them. Keep in mind that this area is kind of the opposite of Waikiki: quiet and remote. Most restaurants are “food trucks” or shacks. Yummy, though. The town of Haleiwa is where you can go for some restaurants and most activities (surfing lessons, kayaking, ocean excursions, etc.). The shrimp shack restaurants in Kahuku are another option, especially if you like shrimp. We hit some places in Laie too. As others have noted there is some noise from the traffic passing by on the road, and you will see tiny lizards in the house occasionally. That didn’t bother us. That’s just part of living on the North Shore. We recommend this house to anyone looking to stay in this area."Guest: Gary, Debby and Luna Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 25, 2014View listing
"How lucky we feel to have discovered your little bit of paradise! Our 4 and 6 year olds had the time of their lives snorkeling with turtles, swimming, and jumping (small) waves in your protected cove. The beach was empty most days, and we loved the easy access to town. The house was better furnished than any we've ever stayed in, including everything from taco spice to reef shoes. We were never without a thing, but if we had needed anything I am sure Robert would have taken care of it. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Best vacation ever."Guest: w Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: April 9, 2014View listing
North Shore Oahu Travel Tips
One of the most magical of the Hawaiian islands is Oahu. There are trails, volcanoes, history and pristine beaches, making it a great destination for everyone. Getting around the island is easy, so your stay in North Shore won’t be far from some of best attractions. The tropical hub is known for its surf spots and boasts great swells for surfers of all skill levels thanks to the beautiful waves.
Must-see Attractions in North Shore
Surfing: There’s no better place to catch a wave than on the North Shore. This surf mecca attracts the best in the world. Even if you’re a beginner, the small and gentle waves can help you learn how to paddle out and ride your first board. Since North Shore’s beaches stretch for more than 7 miles, there’s a chance you’ll run into one of the world’s premier surfing competitions, like the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing held in November and December. If you just want to get a peak at how good these surfers are, then head to the beaches between November and February for the big waves, which sometimes rise to 30 feet or more.
USS Arizona Memorial: Visitors can immerse themselves in World War II and the attack at Pearl Harbor with a visit to the the USS Arizona Memorial. The sunken ship remains underneath the Pacific surface, and guests can travel through a bridge floating above the ship to get an up-close look of the effects the attack had, which eventually led to direct U.S. involvement in the war. The memorial serves as a touching piece of history and is something that all visitors to Honolulu and the island should see before heading back home.
Beaches: You’ll find some of the world’s finest beaches and bays in the North Shore. There are crystal-clear waters, white-sand beaches and romantic sunsets year-round. No matter where you go, you’re guaranteed to get the perfect mixture of fun and sun. Some of the beaches on North Shore include Mokuleia Beach, Makaleha Beach, Leftovers Beach, Waimea Bay Beach, Sunset Beach, Waiale’e Beach, Kawela Bay Beach and Sunset Point Beach.
Shopping and Dining in North Shore
Dining in Oahu: You can be sure that you’ll find something excellent to eat while visiting the North Shore. Not only are there a full range of choices, including chef-owned restaurants and ethnic spots, but also neighborhood cafes that will give you a great opportunity to interact with locals. Many of the current food trends in Hawaii are centered around organic and locally grown produce, while Hawaiian and Pacific regional cuisine are still the most desirable. This isn’t the place to be afraid to try something new, because everything is so delicious. Many restaurants also offer tastings and samplings, so you can find an item you like before ordering something exotic off the menu.
Room Service in Paradise: No matter where you stay in North Shore, you’re guaranteed to get the best room service around. You can contact Room Service in Paradise and have nearly 12 different types of cuisine delivered to your room. All you have to do to chow down in the comfort of your accommodation is select a restaurant and tell them what you want.
Shopping in North Shore: One of the best shopping destinations on the island is in Honolulu. It’s here where you can purchase made-in-Hawaii products as well as items from the local crafts scene. there are more than 1,000 stores in 11 major shopping centers on Oahu, including additional retail stores that will soon call the region home. It doesn’t matter whether you’re looking for that memorable t-shirt or European clothing, it’s all here in Oahu. You’ll even find top-notch designers such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel and Tiffany’s on Waikiki’s Kalakaua Avenue. For a North Shore shopping experience, venture to Haleiwa for some real treasures. There are townies who flock to this hub so they can purchase wine and clothes at stores and continue on with their unhurried pace of life. It’s important to remember that many stores in Oahu and the North Shore are on island time, so they may not open until 10 a.m., while others will close for lunch or even shut their doors by 5 p.m.