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7 night minimum stay
  • 7 BR,
  • 7 BA,
  • 1 HF BA,
  • Sleeps 20
#191968
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    5 night minimum stay
    • 4 BR,
    • 4 BA,
    • Sleeps 8
    #586423vb
      1 Review
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      Recent Sunset Beach Reviews

      2014 FAMILY REUNION

      5 of 5
      We had 21 family members stay here and we had the best family vacation. The three story house was clean with a spacious large kitchen with plenty of room for a large crowd and unbelievable views. A large dining table accommodated everyone to sit and eat together. There were plenty of beds, lanais, SPACE and of course the beach. The views from every window and balcony were amazing. The beach was nearly empty and we felt we were on our own private beach. We saw large sea turtles and a pod of dolphins. One ceiling fan was not working and management was out that day to fix it. We had plenty of parking, and even rode the bikes at the house to the local store. We loved the two washer/dryers, pool table, spacious bathrooms. The big screen television was a hit on quiet afternoons with plenty of movies available to watch. We loved seeing the movies dealing with the local area and surfing. It did get warm in July and with no air conditioning and we were a little uncomfortable. We bought fans from the local Walmart and that helped. It did reach 90 degrees during the day but cooled down at night. (A window unit in some of the bedrooms would have been nice to cool them down.) The outside showers were wonderful especially to cut down on the sand in the house. We were close to other beaches and the men went golfing at Turtle Bay. We went cliff jumping at the Rock which had underwater tunnels to swim through. There was swimming, snorkeling and food at Shark's Cove. Ted's Bakery with their infamous haupia pie (chocolate coconut)was within five minutes. Haleiwa had a craft fare at this time of the year with great shopping and food. We all went to the Polynesian Cultural Center for the day, which is a must to go and see, including the Luau. The LDS temple is in Laie with lovely gardens, grounds and old Banyon trees. The Dole Pineapple plantation is 20 minutes away with a fun maze. There was nearby hiking. Would we stay here again? In an heartbeat! Everyone had a great time. No one wanted to leave. Aloha.
      • Submitted: Mar 21, 2014
      • Stayed: Jul 2013