Wainiha Beach House
Traveling north past Hanalei, you enter the dense jungle and intense blue waters of Kauai’s far north shore. There are no words that can describe nature’s beauty in this region. Many beaches, including Tunnels and Ke’e, are in the area. Trail heads for some of the most memorable hikes on earth are nearby.
The Wainiha Beach House brings you old style Hawaii in a jungle setting with a stream flowing in your back yard. Built in 1963 of Polynesian design, the house was the dream of Peggy Slater, known as the Amelia Earhart of sailing. A copy of her autobiography, including the details of the home’s construction, can be found in the living room. Waterfalls, rainbows, crashing surf, fragrant flowers and exotic colorful birds will surround you.
Walk out your front door and up the road (about 100 yds) to a trail that leads to the beach across from the house. This quiet beach is excellent for shelling, sunbathing or just a romantic stroll. It’s not uncommon to be the only ones on the beach all afternoon, unless the surf is good. This beach is quite rough and it is not advisable to go in the ocean, rip tides are the norm and should only be used by people with local knowledge (surfers). The beaches at the end of the road (Ke’e and Tunnels) and Hanalei Bay are better for swimming, snorkeling, sunbathing surfing or just relaxing in Paradise.
Many large windows provide good cooling air flow. Free high speed internet, cable TV in the living room, DVD, VCR, stereo with surround sound, BBQ, washer/dryer. Three bedrooms, 2 kings and a queen, two baths sleep 6. THIS IS HAWAII!
3 bedrooms, 2 baths
From $225 to $300 per night
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