This is a duplex. Each floor has two bedrooms, one bath, kitchen, dining area and living room. Both have large covered lanais and great ocean views from the living rooms and lanais. They both have totally separate entrances. Just walk across the grass to the beach. Keone, The Downstairs Beach House is great for easy access. No steps between your bed and the sand! It has a cool relaxed feel. Cool greenery reflects on the windows of the Downstairs bedrooms. Twins in the second bedroom for the kids or single friends. If you are two couples, pushing the beds together may be the plan. Your lanai is a great spot for lounging, lunch, or anytime. Some of our guests get a pretty cloth & cover the picnic table and set a bunch of flowers on it. With others, its sand toys and surf boards. A combined tub shower is in both baths Up & Down. Just walk past the palms & ironwoods to the sand. If you've has enough sun, but not enough beach, under the trees is where you will be. Great place for reading or Scrabble. Not all of vacation life is with out some slight toil. If you need to wash clothes, the Upstairs, Downstairs and Old Style share the coin op washer & dryer in this cute little building just steps away. There is also a cold water shower on the side for rinsing off sand & salt after the beach. You never know what you will see on the beach. Many people come here to get married, renew vows, celebrate anniversaries, birthdays, even to get baptized! Canoe races, surfers, kite surfers, fishermen, volleyball players. Even with all this activity, most people experience the beach with fewer people on it than they could have dreamed. Whatever is happening in the water, you'll be in the picture when you come to Hanalei. You will enjoy, sun, rain, surf, rainbows, and a great little town set in a fabulously beautiful location.
We are the Kobayashi Family. We have been in Hanalei for several generations. The property has been in the family since 1947 and the first vacation rental was completed in 1965. We have enjoyed guests from around the world since then. We welcome you to share our island home.