Hale Ho'olapanai (Formerly called Hale Malapua)
Oceanside Island Cottage with mountain and waterfall views!
Step back in time to a slower pace at Hale Ho'olapanai. This 2-bedroom beach cottage sits on a one-acre piece of beachfront property that is just around the corner from famous Tunnels (Makua) Beach. This island casual cottage is just right for a couple or small family. You can picnic under the Poinciana tree or play lawn games on the large lawn. You are steps away from one of the island's most wonderful sandy beaches. Located in the lush garden area of Haena close to the best snorkeling at Tunnels, the wet and dry caves, and Ke'e Beach and the end of the road where the Napali Coast begins.
There is also a 3+ bedroom stilt house on the beach-side of this property. You can rent these two homes together for a larger family or group, see Malaluana.
Features & Amenities:
• 2 Bedrooms (2 King beds with High Thread Count sheets and down alternative pillows)
• 1 Bathroom with Japanese Furro soaking tub
• Ceiling Fans
• Covered lanai with garden view
• Sleeps Four
• Low season: $400 per night
• High season: $495 per night
• Holidays: $525 per night
We were delighted with our accommodations at this lovely home on the north shore. With a short walk to Tunnels Beach, we were able to enjoy snorkeling and relaxation time by the water. Hale Ho'olapanai had everything we needed for our family of four to have the perfect vacation. It was so clean and we loved all the windows, the comfortable patio complete with hammock, and even bocce ball! Thank you for helping us create a vacation we will remember forever!
Date of arrival: March 3, 2018
Great location with plenty of room, we were very comfortable.
Date of arrival: February 19, 2018
“Hi Joanne, We had a great trip. Really enjoyed the house. Your attention to detail made the stay very nice. House was very well appointed. Clean windows, clean house, good internet, comfortable bed, lots of soaps, detergents, etc. Every kitchen gadget at hand, gas in the BBQ, lots of towels, washer and dryer worked, flashlights and working batteries for when the power went off. We would stay again on a future trip.”
— Todd October 22, 2017