This adorable boutique style home is on a little beach lane. Local restaurants and grocery is just a short walk across the street. The lane is a mixture of adorable beach houses and local style shacks. Very authentic, country beach living. It is a downstairs unit.
We respect our home and surroundings and we love guests who do the same. We have strict house rules that will be explained at check in and can be provided in advance upon request.
All prices include local taxes such as the Hawaii Tra
All prices include local taxes such as the Hawaii Transient Accommodation Tax (9.25%) Hawaii General Excise Tax
You’re not far from tropical hikes and waterfalls, unique art galleries, movie set tours, Turtle Bay Resort, and Hawaii’s number one paid attraction–the Polynesian Cultural Center, which shares food, dance and traditional customs from island cultures throughout the South Pacific.
Also nearby is the historic LDS temple, as well as Brigham Young University-Hawaii campus, where both cultural and collegiate productions dot the year-round calendar.
Head north and within minutes you’ll hit sand and surf at brag-worthy beaches like Sunset, Pipeline and Waimea.
Don’t forget to pick up a chocolate haupia pie at the famous Ted’s Bakery on your way, or keep driving to Haleiwa for a taste of the world’s yummiest shave ice at Matsumoto’s.
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Please use the parking area in front of the house. You can park up to two cars only.
Please caution shall be used in carpeted rooms and on furniture: Do not take any chances with food, drink, shoes, or soiled feet. Any new spots, or soil must be reported. No attempts to clean them by scrubbing or chemicals shall be allowed or attempted. Blotting of any water should be done and you must notify the management at the time if any spills do occur.
Stove Alert: Downstairs unit stove is ventilated through the floor and must be uninstalled to be cleaned by professional service. Cleaning fee is $300 if it is dirty on the sides or underneath so please be neat when cooking.
Household Garbage: Any food waste must be wrapped in garbage bags and kept in the outdoor garbage bins daily. Food waste left inside the homes in Hawaii are invitations to unwanted pests. Please do not put anything down the sink that can clog or this will be cause for a charge on your damage deposit. GRAY bin is for bagged trash tied off and BLUE bin is for loose recycling only. GREEN bin is not for your use and is for yard waste only (groundkeepers come throughout the week on a varied schedule). The caretakers will take the bins out to the curb for pickup.
Air Conditioning: Please turned off when you are away from the home. The air conditioning works best if all of the windows and doors are shut. It is a simple Start/Stop button.
Remote Controls: An AC remote that is lost is $100 and a TV remote that is lost is $75. Replacement costs are high due to the cost of a technician that has to program the remote specifically.
Keep the Beach Outside: No sand is allowed indoors or down the shower due to drainage issues. Make sure to rinse off outside before going inside. Any muddy shoes from hiking must be left outside and be cleaned in the grassy area and not in the walkways.
Quiet and Peaceful Abode: Quiet hours are 9 pm as it is a family neighborhood. Be considerate that you share a ceiling and floor between the upstairs and downstairs. No smoking allowed in or within fifty feet from lodging. Smoking is not allowed on the patios.
Visitors: Visitors that are not registered guest are only permitted by written permission. Events or parties are not included in this rental.
Self Checkout: 11 am. If you strip the bed, leave sheets on bed so cleaner can easily know which go with which bed. Throw away food waste in outside trash bin. Please make sure to turn off ALL AC units. Leave the key inside on the table with the door unlocked behind you.
YOUR STAYING HERE IS AN AGREEMENT TO ABIDE BY THESE RULES.
I'm a mom who loves the to stay home and take care of my family. Hosting guests and friends is one of my favorite things to do. My husband and I have traveled to many states in the US, but we love Hawaii the most. The people are so friendly, the food is delicious, the weather is great, the beaches breath taking and nature so unique. You will love it!