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Princeville, Kauai

2 Bedroom/2 Bath



Accommodations include upgraded Hawaiian decor on ground level. (No need to climb stairs.) 1700 sq. ft. of comfort and convenience docorated with your needs in mind. The living room area is laid out to allow for the cool ocean trade winds to flow through. If that is not enough there are ceiling fans in every room, and central-air for your ultimate comfort.  Wall-to-wall carpeting is all part of making your stay a comfortable one. Relax at the end of the day in front of a high-definition, 42 inch widescreen TV with Sony surround system, and high-definition channels included.  We provide a number of DVD's, books, and games for your enjoyment or bring your own and simply enjoy. Internet access provided at no charge.

Newly constructed in 2006 it is built for comfort. The gourmet kitchen features granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, counter eating bar, custom kitchen cabinets, full size refrigerator, range, Bose dishwasher, microwave, coffee maker/grinder, and top of the line dinnerware and glassware.  The dining area not only has the bar area but also includes a high-end dining set with island theme in mind with taste.  





 Spend quiet evenings out on the lanai listening to the night sounds or relax in the comfort of a cozy living room with the sounds of your favorite music or show.      



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This new and tastefully furnished home comfortably sleeps up to 6 people. The Master Bedroom has a King size bed.

The 2nd bedroom has a Queen bed.  Each bedroom has an armoire to hold your folded clothing and walk-in closets.  Mattress and linens were choosen with your comfort in mind.
Each has its own private bathroom with well kept linens and furnishings.
Each day after a refreshing night of sleep and leisure morning shower, you will want to explore this amazing island.

Points of Interest on the Garden Island

Botanical Gardens. Natural vegetation is a big part of the island of Kauai and with four botanic gardens that are open to the public for a small fee, you will be able to see and photograph it all. Kalalau Lookout..  Once peacocks preened their plumage in this tropic Eden and families cultivated terraces of taro.  No one lives here anymore, and little remains of a past civilization, but it still provides one of the most beautiful views on the island. Lumaha'i Beach.  Chosen for "Nurses' Beach" in the movie South Pacific, this lovely spot is undoubtedly the most photographed beach on Kauai. Koloa Heritage Trail.  A 7.5 mile trail through Koloa and Poipu with bronze pedestalsn at each of the 13 locations describing the historical and cultural significance of each location.
Captain Cook's Landing, Waimea Bay.  This is the first place thaat the "British explorer set foot in Hawaii in 1778. Kamokila Hawaiian Village.  Above the great bend of the Wailua River, where war canoes of the King of Kauai, Kaumualii, once assembled, lie the ruins of an old Hawaiian village. Menehune Ditch.  Only a small portions remain of what was once a great water course and aqueduct.  Believed to have been built by the Menehune. Sleeping Giant. (Mt. Nounou).  The outline of a mountain ridge shows a striking resemblance to a reclining giant.
Fern Grotto.  This amazing cave can be reached from the Wailua Marina. Kauai  Museum.  The museum is a factual history of Kauai. Opaeka'a Falls.  The Wailua River makes a dramatic plunge over a high cliff. Smith's Tropical Paradise.  This 23 acre site  has gardens, lagoons, exotic birds and a unique narrated train ride which moves through a rain forest, a Polynesian Village, a Japanese island, a Filipino village and other areas.  Each night there is a 75 minute musical production in the lagoon theater.
Grove Farm Homestead. Founded in 1864 by George Wilcox, the homestead is now a museum complex, that includes the old family plantation home, wash house, tea house, guest cottage and other amenities. Kee Beach Park.  A fine bathing and excellent snorkeling beach at the end of the road where the trail begins to the Napali Cliffs. Amazing sunsets. Poipu Beach.  A wonderful bathing beach. Spouting Horn.  When tide is running highm waves pressured througgh lava tubes are forced through a hole in coastal rocks to burst into fountains of salt sprayn and foam.
Hanalei Valley.  The amazing view of this valley will take your breath away. Hanalei Valley is a must. Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge.  The refuge for nesting seabirds, the location for the most romantic lighthouse. Royal Birthstones. Wailua Women of Hawaii nobility always tried to reach these sacred stones in time to give birth to insure the royal status of their children. Wailua Falls.  Nicknamed Fantasy Island Waterfall. What show was this named after?
Hanapepe Valley.  The red cliffs and the color accent give the valley shades of green and blue. Koke State Park.  Adjacent to Waimea Canyon, this park has picnic grounds, cabins and a wide variety of outdoor activities. Russian Fort.  Once the dream of the Russian Fur Company from Alaska to built a fort for the czar of Russia and seize the island of Kauai, there is little that remains on the site.  The visit is worth the trip for the Princeville Hotel now sits on the site. Waimea Canyon. The Grand Canyon of the Hawaiian Islands it is a breath-taking site

Jan 06 - May 31 ... $175/night ... $1100/week

Jun 01 - Aug 31 ... $200/night ... $1250/week

Sep 01 - Dec 18 ... $175/night ... $1100/week

Dec 19 - Jan 05 ... $300/night ... $1950/week

Minimum 3 night stay.  Discounts for longer stays.  Security Deposit Required. 

$175.00 Cleaning Fee.

11.42% Hawaii State Tax

Note:  Until confirmed, rates are subject to change without notice.


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