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Anini Beach River Vacation Home Rentals(2)

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5 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 4
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  • 3 BR,
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  • Sleeps 12
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Recent Anini Beach Reviews

Wonderful location on a secluded beach

5 of 5
My family stayed at this beautiful spot for 1 week. Located at the end of a rarely used beach road, this remote location is quiet and separated from the hoards of tourists that flock to the areas around Kapaa, Lihue, and even Princeville. Although we needed to rent a car and travel each day almost 1 hour to see the entire island, the tranquility of this home makes the end of the day very relaxing. The home is very comfortable for two couples or a family of 4. Kitchen has everything needed and the grocery store is located just 10 minutes toward Princeville. There is a washer and dryer, microwave and televisions. The owner, Mr. Lee Cerioni is very helpful and reliable. We give this location the highest recommendation.
  • Submitted: Aug 24, 2014
  • Stayed: Jul 2014

Tropical Embrace at Anini Beach

5 of 5
Walking into this beautiful tropical home made us feel as if we should be greeted with leis and a tropical drink. The skylights, beautiful Hawaiian quilts, Koa wood & marble, and tropical print furniture enhanced the feeling of "we're in Hawaii" Each bedroom is very large and the seven of us never felt crowded. Before arriving I had concerns that the last review was in 2012, but nearly everything was better than the photos and description the owners give. (The photo of the front of the home should be updated - as with any place that receives decent rain, the plants have grown as tall or taller than the house) We enjoyed walking across the street for a sunrise walk on the beach before breakfast. The kitchen is wonderfully stocked, even a gourmet cook should appreciate it, but beware of the nuclear microwave. With a baby and toddler in tow, we were grateful for the pack 'n play and highchair and appreciated the books and games, abundant sand toys, snorkels, boogie boards, and beach towels. The owners were very helpful with all my questions and concerns. We hope to return. Favorite things: walking to the end of Anini beach spotting turtles, cardinals and flying fish; surf lessons at Titus Kinimaka's Surf School in Hanalei, The Garden Cafe in Kilauea for lunch, snorkeling at Ke'e, Kilauea's Saturday farmers market next to Banana Joes (try all the tropical fruit & raw honey), Pinks and the Health food store in Hanalei, Waimea Canyon, and whale watching trip to Na Pali.
  • Submitted: Feb 18, 2014
  • Stayed: Feb 2014