Kailua Oahu Beach Home! Sleeps 4!


Entire home hosted by Don

  1. 4 guests
  2. 2 bedrooms
  3. 3 beds
  4. 1 bath
Dedicated workspace
A private room with wifi that’s well-suited for working.
Self check-in
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Secluded and Private. This beautiful, stand alone home sleeps up to 4. Fully stocked kitchen with a brand new Whirlpool Stain Steel Refrigerator, 3 queen beds. There is a Graco Pack-n-Play and a High baby chair for your baby and baby utensils, 2 private bedrooms, 1 bath. 1/2 mile from desirable N end of Kailua Beach. Lush tropical foliage, gated yard, great patio, beach toys, snorkeling gear, boogie board and beach towels.


The space
Our home is secluded and has numerous royal and coconut palms, providing a tranquil place to relax with your family and friends. it is near the desirable North end of Kailua Beach.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
1 queen bed
Living room
1 queen bed

What this place offers

Dedicated workspace
Free parking on premises
50" HDTV with standard cable
Free washer – In unit
Free dryer – In unit
Private patio or balcony
Private backyard – Fully fenced

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Where you’ll be

Kailua, Hawaii, United States

Places to visit in Kailua:

1. Buzz's Lanikai - Buzz's is a great place to eat after a long day at the beach. It is directly across from Kailua Beach Park.
It does get mixed reviews, from 5's to 2's (more 5's than anything), but I really love this little place. And yes, it is little, one
of the complaints, by the way. However, the food is quite good, reasonable and the staff is awesome. You can meet
many Kailua and Lanikai locals here. If you like ice cream pies, they are very good. Parking is very limited in their lot, but
there ample parking across the street at the beach park. (Don't leave valuables in your car.)
2. Moke's - This is a great breakfast place. Everyone raves about Cinnamon's, but I think Moke's beats it, hands down. I
love their banana pancakes. The food here is very reasonable and you get the large portions you will need for a full day
on the Island. One great benefit is that if they are crowded it is a very short walk to Kalapawai Cafe. Which brings me to
my next favorite:
3. Kalapawai Market and Cafe. There are actually two Kailua locations. One at the north end of Kailua Beach Park and the
other in Kailua Town just as you enter Kailua from the Pali Highway on the North side of the road. They have the best
muffins I have ever tasted! My daughter always expects me to bring some home to Phoenix and is the first thing she asks
for. Get them before your daily excursions. Their food is quite good. The one at the beach park does grilling throughout
the day and the burgers are excellent.
4. Hibachi Spirits-Market-Pupus - They are not a restaurant, however, you can get some of the best ready to grill shish-
kabobs and poke on the island. Use the grill at the house. They cook quickly and make it really nice for a relaxing
evening. Hibachi is at 615 Kailua Road.
5. Haleiwa Joe's in Kaneohe - this restaurant is set in the most idyllic jungle gardens you can imagine. The food is decent
and the ambiance is spectacular. You have to eat here at least once. Go before dark to walk the gardens. It is an
awesome place for a wedding. They have a perfect little chapel. It is located at Haiku Gardens at 46-336 Haiku Road Kaneohe.
6. The Grove – this restaurant opened last year and has fantastic food at reasonable prices. They have a really nice patio
and is in Kailua Town.
7. Lanikai Juice – This is a great juice and smoothy bar in Kailua Town. Their fruit bowels are fantastic as well. You can
make everything yourself in the Vitamix in the house, but it is nice to try their almost limitless variety of topical
concoctions. This is definitely a healthy alternative to fast food.
8. Down to Earth - To purchase great great organic food for the Vitamix, or whatever, Down to Earth is the place. I like to
support them because they were here long before Whole Foods and cost less.
9. Whole Foods – Well Whole foods needs no help from me to market them. If you have never been to Whole Foods and
want to experience the best of the best in organics, incredible variety, and great wines, cheeses, fruits and vegetable, etc.
This is the place. It is $$$, though.
10. Farmer’s Market – This is not a place, but an event. It is held on Thursday's evenings in Kailua Town. You can purchase many
locally grown foods and try some unique specialties. It is really a lot of fun, too
Ok, I just have to add this one in because I love chocolate and macadamia nuts. The undisputed leader in “the chocolate
covered macadamia nut world” are Moana Loa milk chocolate covered macadamia nuts. They sell them at Walgreen’s.
Don’t waste your calories on Hawaiian Host, Moana Loa is the winner (in my humble opinion).
Best fine dining in Waikiki:
1. The Beach House at the Moana Surfrider Hotel on Wakiki Beach. The food here is fabulous and so is
the service. Make sure to get reservations. You can usually valet park at the circular drive at the hotel portico. Try to sit
on the veranda and the best table is the one at the very back right on the ocean. When you finish eating, take a stroll
down the beach to the Royal Hawaiian. So, dine in sandals. You can also sit in the rocking chairs and watch the action on
2. Kalakaua Avenue. Dinner for two, with wine, dessert and tip is under $200. It is well worth the investment.
3. Goofy - Best Breakfast ever in Honolulu.
4. The Aloha Stadium Swap Meet – this may sound a little cheesy, but if you love to find bargains and unique things from all
over the Pacific, this is the place. You can combine this with a visit to the USS Arizona Memorial if you want a very full
5. USS Arizona Memorial – if you have never been to this powerfully moving exhibit this is a must see. I have seen it many
times. As a child, I was not allowed onto the memorial because you had to be 8 years old then to visit the ship (not so
now as there are no age restrictions). I had to wait many years until I returned as an adult to see this. Once you are there
and realize there are 1177 dead sailors a few feet below you just under the surface, it is quite sobering. The ship still
leaks bunker C oil from her fuel tanks and with each drop you see rising to the surface connects you immediately to the
sacrifices made by that great generation. It brings tears to my eyes every time. Go out to the USS Missouri if you have the
time. Its immense size, firepower, and history are very impactful. The most famous, of the many Japanese surrender
ceremonies, were held on her decks.
6. Shark’s Cove – I think this is the best easy snorkeling found on Oahu. Imagine the best aquarium you’ve ever seen and
you are swimming in it. This is Shark’s Cove. There is a nice tidal pool area for the smaller kids. If the surf is up, stay
out! There are many jagged volcanic rocks and coral that can wreak havoc on your body in a high surf. But if conditions
are right, you will see some of the most spectacular tropical aquatic life ever. You don’t need to scuba dive, it is all right
before your eyes – thousands of spectacular reef fish. You know the little neon’s we all had in our aquarium as kids?
Well, imagine that same neon 2-3 feet long. That is Shark’s Cove. It is located on the North Shore near Sunset Beach.
Ask the locals for the exact spot.
Hiking – There are hundreds of miles of hiking trails on Oahu. However, there are two that I think fit the bill well for the
limited time most of us have on vacation. The first is the Pill Boxes Trail above Lanikai. The trailhead is near the golf club
entrance in Lanikai. There are some steep sections and some with short sections with a shear drop over the escarpment.
If you are acrophobic, you may want to skip this one. But, the views are spectacular and on a clear day you can see all
the way to Haw’aii (the big island). The second is the Judd Trail. There is a hiking book in the house and will tell you its
exact location. It is off of the Pali Highway (61) on Nuunau Pali Drive. The hike is beautiful and once you reach the ridge
line you can see all the way to Honolulu and Waikiki Beach. The very first part goes past a waterfall and through a
bamboo forest.

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