Live like a beach boy or girl in this rustic Polynesian bach . Baches are an iconic part of New Zealand history and culture, especially in the middle of the 20th century, where they symbolized the beach holiday lifestyle that was becoming more accessible to the middle class. Imported all the way from New Zealand, engineered and built by Maori to with stand winds of up to 120mph .
The bohemian surf motif provides a fun and relaxed aesthetic. Banana, mango, and orange trees adorn the grounds and are available fresh for guests.
Navigate Kauai while staying in our peaceful log cabin. Guests experience living in the heart of Waimea Valley on the west side, a rural setting, of Kauai. A 10 minute walk will bring you to Waimea town where you can find restaurants, cafes, Waimea beach and grocery store.
The cabin rooms are petite surfer quarters perfect for two. Throw your bags down and kick back in this hip cool accommodation with a casual feel.
The bathroom is shared between 3 rooms and is well maintained and usually unoccupied.
The dining hall is equipped with a shared refrigerator, coffee maker, microwave, and hot water.
Bring your laptop and use the cabins free wireless internet
Lounge outside on the lanai and read in the relaxing countryside of Waimea.
Complimentary instant oatmeal, coffee, fruit, and yogurt available in dining hall.
Clean linen and bath towels are provided in cabin rooms on new clean beds.
Big breakfast available upon request for an additional fee of 30 per couple that includes eggs or omlette, spam, french toast or pancakes, orange juice, and coffee.
Surf Lessons: 3 hour instruction
Board and transport included 60/ person
Bike rental : 20 /day
Surf boards: 35 / day
Snorkel equipment : 25 / day
Coolers : 10 / day
Beach chairs: 5 / day
Attractions on the west side of our island include:
Polihale : Known for its 7-mile stretch of white sand beach and hot cloudless days, Polihale is the spot to dry out when the rains come. Framed by the west end of the Na Pali cliffs, sweeping sand dunes and a Ni'ihau capped ocean, Polihale can be a breath-taking experience.
Salt Pond : Named for its traditional Hawaiian salt collecting ponds, this beach is protected by an outside reef with potential good winter snorkeling, fishing and swimming
Kokee State Park: Covered in forest, wild flowers and hiking trails making it an excellent spot to see native plants and colorful endemic Hawaiian forest birds like the apapane, iwi and moa. The park also offers roughly 45 miles of the state's finest hiking trails. Some trails lead to views of Waimea Canyon, others wind through wet forests with sweeping views of valleys opening up to the North Shore.
Elwood and Momi were great hosts although I barely got a chance to talk to them because we were out of the house most of the time. We had everything we needed and the space was a great launching point for exploring Polihale Beach, Waimea Canyon, and Poipu.
I had a fantastic stay at the cabin with Candis and Elwood. They were both very friendly and helpful and I really liked that the cabin was a bit tucked away from the hustle and bustle.
I stayed 5 nights and had an awesome room! Really big with TV and aircon (which I didn't need). The bed was great, slept really well. Even the roosters in the morning couldn't keep me from sleeping (earplugs!!) ;)
Thanks you guys, will definitely recommend your lovely home. Cheers for having me!