About this listing
MAHALO for your interest in one of the North Shore's greenest homes!
We can accommodate you...and your 11 friends!
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need even more space? or want to be beachfront? inquire about our beachfront PIPELINE solar home.
The Pipeline Lodge at Meleanas Farm, aka The Lodge.
The Lodge is cozy enough for a couple and large enough for a family reunion! The Lodge has been redone with new paint, furnishings and appliances throughout. Situated at the top of our organic farm property with amazing views, hiking out the backdoor, an 1,100 acre nature preserve, and just and a 5 minute walk to the ocean through a convenient beach access leading to three of Surfer Magazine's August 2011's 'World's Best Waves' Pipeline #1, Backdoor and Off-The-Wall. Don't worry though, most of the time the beach is quiet and great for swimming! This unique home can be rented as-
UPSTAIRS- one bedroom with queen, full bathroom, full kitchen, living room, entertainment center, large covered wrap around deck with dining table, or
DOWNSTAIRS- three bedrooms (each with queen two with additional bunks), full bathroom, outdoor hot shower, kitchenette, patio with dining table and large grill, or
WHOLE HOUSE- with four bedrooms and two baths total.
$150 (upstairs only)
$2000/week for groups under 8
additional 12% tax and cleaning fees
holidays and surf season increased rates apply
MORE INFO ABOUT THE NORTH SHORE...and about our farm
Please let us know if you would like to reserve one of our $25 community supported agriculture farm baskets, prepared on mondays or if you would like to schedule a farm tour.
If you haven't been to the North Shore, you are in for a treat. If you have, you know it can be a very different place between Summer's long sunny days, the Fall & Spring seasonal lagoons that grace our beach and the Winter's world class waves. Our properties are centrally located on the North Shore, directly across from the Banzai Pipeline (surf mecca). To the West we are 1 mile from Foodland & Sharks Cove, easy biking distance to Waimea Bay, 15 minutes driving to Haleiwa Town and the Sunday AM Farmers Market. To the East we are walking distance from Ehukai Beach Park & Sunset School's Saturday AM Farmers Market, easy biking distance to Sunset Beach, 15 minutes driving to the Turtle Bay Resort and Kahuku Town. The bike path runs three miles along the coast and there is a bus stop right on Kamehameha Hwy. We are one hour from the airport and all that Honolulu has to offer.
We are doing what we can to help you live lightly while guests in our homes. We provide- solar energy (solar hot water and are working on our pv system), access to local/organic produce, bikes, laundry lines, ecological soaps/cleaners, some green fabrics/linens, water filters and reusable bags to help you reduce your plastic use and facilitate your- recycling and composting.
-unlimited domestic long distance
-washing machine, laundry line (dryer at lodge)
-all linens provided (discounts available for local guests bringing own linens)
-off street parking (multiple vehicles at Lodge, only 2 off street at Beach)
-cable, dvd, stereo, idpod doc
-some baby goodies, pack-n-play, high chair, infant tub, jogging stroller
-fully equipped kitchens
-beach toys, masks/snorkels, boogie boards, ball toys, & BIKES!
-sur(SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN)oards available for rent- 9′ longboard, 7′ 5″ soft top, 7′ 5″ epoxy and performance short boards
Interaction with Guests
I like to meet all of our guests;)
The beach and the bike path:)
Bus stop across the hwy
be honest about the numbers of your guests
drive slow on the dirt road
no loud noise after 9pm
keep communication lines open &
let us know what we can do to improve your stay!
we encourage malama aina and malama pono...meaning respecting earth and what is good. so yes we hope you will take advantage of our efforts to help you live lightly while here!
please consider your purchases prior to arrival as to reducing trash & waste, don't forget to use the reusable shopping bags we provide. keep in mind we will do our best to provide at least some of your produce needs...and don't forget to use the compost bucket, the recycle bins, to turn off lights/fans when not in use, and consider using the clothes line before the dryer.