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Recent Waimea Reviews

Great place, great hosts!

5 of 5
We stayed four days in June. Thank you Debbie and Tom for your hearty welcome! The location is perfect for exploring the South-West coast and the Waimea Canyon. The appartment is exactly as described :.spacious, confortable, well-thought, well-equipped and extremely clean. Debby and Tom are perfect hosts and we felt our four-day stay was not long enough to enjoy the garden and the conversations. Traveler from France.
  • Submitted: Jul 1, 2014
  • Stayed: Jun 2014

Beautiful up-country Waimea

5 of 5
We thoroughly enjoyed our 4-day stay in Tom and Debbie's wonderfully appointed studio. We loved sitting on the deck talking or reading, and the cliffs are gorgeous. The owners are knowledgeable and interesting to talk with. This part of Kauai is more laid-back and less touristy than Poipu, Kapa'a, or Princeville.
  • Submitted: Jun 1, 2014
  • Stayed: May 2014

We Loved the Dome!

5 of 5
Jo was easy and fun to talk to when planning our trip to Kauai and her area. The dome is a beautiful, architectural wonder, and our space bright, colorful and very clean. We often sat on our upper balcony, enjoying the antics of the nesting birds on the huge cliff right in front of us. Jo has landscaped her property with a large assortment of Hawaiian plants, and with a water-flowing trench running along the land. I enjoyed being with Honk, her donkey. We made a beef stew in the crockpot, perfect to come home to after a day exploring the Waimea Canyon, just up the road. We also made a noodle soup in the electric skillet in just a few minutes. Everyone in town was super-friendly and made us feel welcome. We're happy to recommend Jo and the dome to anyone wanting to experience this end of the island.
  • Submitted: Jun 13, 2013
  • Stayed: Jun 2013