The Ohana House is less than 5 minutes walk from Hanalei Bay Beach and the Hanalei Town Center with views of waterfall covered mountains and frequent rainbows.
Ideal for extended families and large groups with all the amenities of your own home.
Stay at Hale HaHa and enjoy close, easy access to world famous Hanalei Bay, and the amenities of Hanalei town, all located within 2 blocks of this charming, newly remodeled, 5 bedroom Hawaiian home. Exquisite views of the spectacular mountains and waterfalls provide the backdrop for this tropical paradise. Bicycles are provided so you can fully enjoy beach town living.
Ha Ha is an ideal house for large, extended families or groups. Sleeping up to 12 people, the home is furnished with top quality, memory foam mattresses and fine hotel quality bedding.
A screened lanai wraps around two sides of the house, providing places to dine, lounge, play games and take in the panoramic views.There are generous outdoor areas for barbeques and gatherings, and a ping pong & pool table for rainy days. There are plenty of bikes, boogie boards mask, fins & snorkels for all to enjoy and your own herb picking garden.
HaHa is a single-family 5 bedroom home which will accommodate up to 12 guests. When the 5 whole house is not rented, groups of up to 6 can rent the three-bedroom half of the house. And, the two separate, but attached, self contained bedroom suites accommodate 2 or 3 guests per suite. The separate suites, or the 3 bedroom home are rented individually when the full house is not rented.
Bedroom suites are only rented 1 month prior to your requested arrival date. Please let me know if you have any questions.
"Ha" is the Hawaiian word for "breath," and, of course, "HaHa" is the sound of laughter and joy. At Ha Ha you will breathe the clear tropical air and delight in the pleasures offered by a wonderful home, so close to beach, surf, mountains and town.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Other features include:
*Three 'Smart' Flat-screen televisions with Netflix & HuluPlus provided.. 3 stereo systems (I-Pod compatible so you can bring your own music) and high speed internet connection
*Dining Lanai seats up to 16 people
*Three en suite baths with tub/showers, one shared bath with tub/shower
Outside decks off each bedroom
Ping Pong & Pool table
*Downstairs "art play space" with supplies for those inspired by the creative spirit of this magic island
*Only two blocks to Pine Trees, the famous surfing spot
*Short bike ride or walk to shopping, farmers' markets, groceries and restaurants in Hanalei Town
*Sand chairs, umbrellas & toys
*Mask,fins & Snorkels
*Hot Tub upon request
*Flag lot location, tucked away from Mahi-Mahi Street
*Bonus 3 built-in lanai beds on the screened lanai provide room to stretch out and enjoy the view
*Bonus full-size futon on lanai for lazy afternoons or fresh-air sleeping
*Two king beds, three queen beds, and one full-size bed on the screened lanai.
*Complimentary soap, shampoo and conditioner, sun block & mosquito spray provided so you don't need to pack or buy it
*We provide a water filter: it saves you money and our island's eco-system
LOCATED IN A NEIGHBORHOOD OF HANALEI TOWN
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Guests will have very close access to the beach and to the town.
There are bikes, boogie boards, surf boards, beach umbrellas, sand toys, beach chairs, sun screen, bug spray, shampoo, conditioner, etc...
There is also a Ping Pong table and a Pool table, and and arts and craft room with supplies.
And there is an herb garden, papayas,banana, lemons, limes and tangelos in season.
Interaktion mit Gästen
The owner, Susan, lives just a few blocks away and can help you with anything you might need.
She is available almost always and would love to help you out.
Weitere wichtige Infos
Our house has about everything you could want for your vacation in Hanalei.
What we don't provide, we will try to get you.
Our guests have all been very happy with the home and it's surroundings. 5109
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FOR THE SAFETY AND COMFORT OF YOU AND YOUR NEIGHBOR(URL HIDDEN)Registration # TV-5109-NCU
Aloha and Welcome to Hale HaHa and the Beautiful Garden Island of Kaua’i.
Although we have posted similar information elsewhere in Hale Ha HA, some information bears repeating. You are staying in a residential neighborhood. We want your visit to be safe and enjoyable for both you and your neighbors.
1.Be good neighbors:
a.Keep noise to a minimum, especially before 8:00 am and after 10:00 pm.
And, please do not use remote door lock. The beeps disturbs our neighbors. Please be considerate.
b.Turn off outdoor lights at night whenever possible. We enjoy our dark nights when the stars are bright and beautiful. And, of equal importance, some of our wildlife can become disoriented at night if lights are too bright.
c.We have a non-smoking ordinance in Hawaii. There is no smoking within 20 feet of all public buildings and there is no smoking inside Hale HaHA..
d.Whenever possible, please recycle. If you will keep cardboard, newspapers and glass separate it can go to our transfer stations for recycling. Also deposit bottles and cans we donate to help others. As in other communities, our landfill is stressed to the limit. Anything you can do to help will be appreciated for generations to come.
e. LOCK YOUR CAR DOOR MANUALLY ! The beeps disturb our neighbors.
2.Beach Safety: Be mindful of the surf. Our shorelines face thousands of miles of open ocean. Northern winter storms and southern summer storms can bring us extremely dangerous surf conditions. NEVER turn your back on the ocean – summer or winter. Rogue waves can appear even in calm surf conditions. You can check ocean (EMAIL HIDDEN) There are lifeguards at Haena Beach Park, Hanalei Pavilion, Lydgate, Poipu Beach Park, Salt Pond and Kekaha. Take a flashlight at night, many holes go unfilled.
3.9-1-1: In case of fire or medical emergency, call 9-1-1. The address and phone number of your accommodation has been posted on the inside of the front door, along with the Non-Conforming Use Certificate or vacation rental Registration Number 5109. For non-emergency assistance, please call (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). This will connect you to Police Dispatch. The phone number for Wilcox Hospital in Lihue is (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).Weather: We do experience flash flooding during periods of heavy rain. If you must drive during this kind of weather, drive with extreme caution. Heavy rain can cause the road out of Hanalei to close for undetermined periods of time. For up-to-date Traffic and Weather information, please call (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).Disaster Emergencies: On the first work day of each month at 11:45 am, our Civil Defense sirens are tested. However, if you hear these sirens at any other time, please tune to AM radio station KQNG (“KONG”) at AM 570 for up-to-the-minute reports and directions. You can also check the front of the Kaua’i phone book for emergency, disaster, evacuation and shelter information.
6.Security: Be cautious with your personal belongings. It’s always best to keep your valuables nearby. Lock your car wherever you stop and park.
7.Island driving etiquette:
a.Please honor the posted speed limits. Frequently check your rear view mirror. If there are cars
stacking up behind you, pull completely off to the side of the road and let them pass. This can also be helpful when driving at night as our dark roads can be confusing. The cars following you likely know where they are going and can help light the way for you.
b.If you are lost, remember that this is a small island and you can’t get really lost. Keep driving until you find a safe place to pull over and turn around. If you can head downhill, you'll get to the ocean within a few miles. NEVER make a U-turn on the highway.
c.When navigating the one-lane bridges, cross the bridges caravan style. It’s usually appropriate
for 5 or 6 cars to cross at a time. A simple rule of thumb is: drain the lane; if you arrive late – wait.
d.When parking at the beaches and parks , be sure to park fully off the street, in assigned or clearly marked parking spaces. Never leave valuables in your car and make sure it’s locked.
e.If you want to stop and enjoy the scenery, please pull completely off to the side of the road.
Most of all, enjoy your visit to our beautiful island(URL HIDDEN)Aloha, Susan & Jodie
(Rev. #4, 7/09)
I'm a long time resident of Hanalei....Jodie is a great friend who bought this wonderful vacation home with me...
who both greatly appreciate every day on this beautiful Island & we are delighted be able to share it with you.
Come see what we mean.
Susan & Jodie