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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 Laie reviews

  • Amazing Views and Beach Access

    "We just spent a week at this property and had a great time! The location was ideal for a quiet getaway, far from the hustle and bustle of Waikiki. We strategically planned our week so that we only made 3 trips to the west side of the island (1 to hike Diamond Head, snorkel at Hanauma Bay, and dinner at Haleiwa Joe's in Kaneohe; 1 to visit the Dole plantation and shop Waikiki; and 1 on departure day - we checked out and then headed to Pearl Harbor and spent the day there before our flight left that evening). The rest of the days, we relaxed on our patio and played on our beach. The property is great. Martha, the manager, was a great hostess, making sure we had enough boogie boards, and even taking a few family photos for us. My husband and I had our 18 and 21 year old kids with us, and other than the size of the beds (downsizing from a King to a Queen for us and from Queens to Twins for our kids) and sharing one bathroom (not bad, just a good exercise in sharing), it was perfect size. The kitchen was well stocked. We ate most breakfasts and lunches at the house and I even used the oven to cook dinner on Christmas Day. There was a grocery store about a mile away, and McDonald's about 1/4 mile, which we used for morning coffee runs, though there is a coffee pot in the kitchen. The absolute BEST part of this property is the beach access - literally steps away. Not across the street, not a short literally walk out the back door, take about 10 steps, go down about 10 stairs and you are standing on the sand. It was so quiet and pristine, I can count on one hand the number of times we saw other people up the beach. We watched the sunrise every morning and were amazed at the beauty of our Earth. Also, the Polynesian Cultural Center/Hukilau Marketplace is directly across the street. We walked over a couple of times for shopping, dinner at Pounders, and our day at the PCC. It was nice to be able to just walk home quickly to put packages in the house, change shoes, etc. We would definitely recommend this property. Thank you Victoria and Martha!"
    Guest: Tracie S. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 2, 2017
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  • Thanksgiving in Oahu

    "Hawaii is called paradise for many reasons but what made this trip memorable is the location and state of the property and the service extended by Bill and Nancy - property managers: 1) location and state of property - the property is located in a serene and secluded beach yet close enough to restaurants and supermarkets and countless beach activities such as snorkeling, surfing etc. The house has direct access to the beach and if you are an early riser - well you can experience a sunrise while sipping your cup of coffee or tea. The house is big and is well stocked (from boogie boards to waffle maker) and has internet access and cable (in case you cant tune out). It also has a big yard where the kids can play with a big lanai. The house is very private and quiet 2) Bill and Nancy made us always feel welcome and were available if so needed. We took them up on their request. Considering that this was our first Thanksgiving in Oahu, we wanted to shy away from the typical dinner at home and so Bill suggested that we attend an Imu with them. What an experience! The turkey came out great after having been buried in a fire pit for 14 hours and the host and friends were very warm and welcoming. We had a lot of fun Overall, a great place to stay at. The property managers are simply great to work with. They are very accommodating and strive to make your stay a pleasant and memorable one - after all you just came to paradise Jonathan - counting the days until I can come back"
    Guest: Jonathan Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: December 27, 2016
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  • quiet in the country

    "enjoyed our 2nd week in Oahu here(1st week was Waikiki)on our first visit to Hawaii. Was a nice change of pace and unit was centrally located to anything we wanted to do. Although market is close by and Polynesian Culture center 2 minutes away( driving) would recommend a car. The Bus stop is at the end of the lane if you didn't rent a car. Hosts were easy to talk and answered any questions we had Check in/out was easy. Beach is very close and not busy at all .My wife and I enjoyed walking the beach every morning and often had it to ourselves. On the busy day we seen 8 other people :) and yes did have a visit from a seal the one morning on our beach walk.. . Unit is small but has everything you need.My wife and I are small 5'6 and 5'4 and I could touch top and bottom on the futon that was our bed at night. Would have preferred a real bed ( knew there wasn't one going in though but did find we did not sleep comfortably on the futon). Shrimp trucks are close buy as well as a couple other beaches as the location really is quite central for anything you may want to do towards the north shore. Hosts mentioned Pappa Ole's which is in the same strip mall as the market and drug store ( 5 minute walk).. you should have at least 1 meal at this local place as people are friendly not just the staff customers too and food was fantastic (and reasonable).We did not make much use of the kitchen ( fridge excepted) Unit is spotless clean which is important to us and appreciated. As long as you are okay with the futon I would recommend staying here again. appreciated our time here mahalo"
    Guest: Brent s. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: December 22, 2016
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  • Clean and cozy rental

    "Our entire experience with this rental was great. Marci responded and confirmed our request quickly. She also provided check in information and answered questions pertaining to our rental in an extremely timely manner. The property is as described and picture. Unit is very clean and stocked with essentials. We stayed here during BYU-Hawai'i's winter break so the student units were not full. There was very little noise at night. I loved walking on the paved bike path and the close proximity of the unit to the LDS Temple, Hukilau Cafe and other stores and eateries. Mahalo!"
    Guest: Chantel M. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 3, 2017
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