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Recent Laie reviews


    "We took a family trip to Hawaii for a week. Sue was amazing! She made us feel like we were family staying the week. The view from the apartment is breathtaking and you can literally see/hear the ocean all day. I counted the steps from the stairs to the beach - 12. Every morning my wife, daughter (3 yrs), and I would wake up in the early morning and walk the beach while watching the sunrise. The beach is impeccable and the waves vary from smooth to fun, but never too strong or big. The location is superb if you want to explore the "real" Hawaii. I spent many hours researching where we would stay in Hawaii; trust me - Sue is the way to go."
    Guest: Alexander G. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: May 27, 2016
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  • Paradise Found!

    "Our four families, ranging in age from 2 to 78, flew from as far away as Canada and the East Coast to celebrate our 55th wedding anniversary together at Pa Hauoli. The real Hawaiian house is welcoming, open, comfortable and clean. From the lanai in front of the house with tables and chairs, a lawn stretches towards a row of ironwood trees from where you look down upon the long beach framing Malaekahana Bay and the waves of the Pacific ocean. Sometimes we pulled up a few chairs to sit in the shade of the trees, with Naupaka blooming abundantly on the side, watching the children play in the waves, until the temptation became too much and we joined them. We saw turtles "fly" slowly just under the surface of the waves and watched kiteboarders develop enormous speed, veering back and forth in the distance. We had family time on the large back lanai with two long tables seating all of us, and the back lawn below was wonderful for the grandchildren to play. There were games for every age, beach towels and toys, we never lacked anything. In the immediate area of Pa Hauoli there was something to do for everybody. Five of us went deep sea fishing from Haleiwa Harbor with Jared Dow and his Flyer, caught a 120 lb tuna on the way back, and went home with 25 lb filleted and cleaned ahi, which served all of us with plenty of poke and ahi steaks off the barbecue. Eight of us hiked the 3.5 mile Nakoa trail through Kahana, the wettest valley on Oahu, crossing two streams, all of us visited other nearby beaches, some good for swimming, some for snorkeling, boogie boarding, you name it. In short: we had a wonderful, relaxing vacation away from the crowds, and enjoyed Hawaiian hospitality. Thank you Nancy and Ohana!"
    Guest: Makalani and Mike Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 12, 2016
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  • Treasures Abound

    "Before we made the trek out to Laie, I spoke with Martha on the phone and she was very helpful in guiding us to this gem in the country. She showed us around the property and told us about activities and shops in the area. After seeing the beautiful beach right below the property, we had to go down and explore. The fresh air and the clear water is something that you find in travel magazines. I have stayed in Tahiti and this beach would rival any of the ones you would find there. We ended our first day with a nice BBQ outside on the patio and just relaxed. So nice! Mahalo!"
    Guest: Aaron H. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 10, 2016
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  • Beautiful home. Great location.

    "Perfect vacation stay on the north shore. Plenty of room for a larger group. Close to the PCC and LDS temple. Loved our experience would stay again."
    Guest: Lani G. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 30, 2016
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