Welcome to Kauai's magical North Shore! This 3 acre property with house and guest house enjoy pristine privacy and ocean views with a private path to a secluded beach. Kauai Vacation Hideaway also nurtures dozens of fruit trees that guest can pick from. Located just east of the adorable town of Kilauea this property is very close to the many incredible sights of the North Shore yet enjoys more sun and blue sky than most northern areas because it is not right at the base of the breathtaking mountains where most of the rain falls.
The main house has two bedrooms with king beds and 2 sleeper sofas. The guest house (nearby but well separated) has a queen bed and sleeper sofa. Both homes have a long list of amenities including hot tubs, washer dryers, Weber gas barbeques, beach- coolers-umbrellas-chairs, fine linens, and meticulous cleanliness!! Thomas is the dedicated property manager and he respects and protects guest privacy and is quickly available if guests have any needs.
The property is located on the edge of a bluff overlooking the ocean and below the home is a gorgeous secluded beach where you can easily and often find yourself in absolute privacy on a white sand Hawaiian beach- it is truly paradise!
The ocean views from both homes are majestic. There are no structures or roads to lessen the views or privacy and the property has been creating Eden-like experiences for over 10 years. Landscaping work is essential to keep the grounds beautiful but that work is confined to Mondays 9-4 so guests know when there may be work nearby. Your vacation experience is very important to us and we care for every detail. Come to Kauai Vacation Hideaway and experience true peace and relaxation!
This is a legal vacation rental property registered with the County of Kauai and the State of Hawaii:
TVR # 4284 / SP 2011-15.
This is important because an illegal rental home can be shut down at any time! what will happen to your vacation?
COUNTY OF KAUAI REQUIRES COPY OF FOLLOWING DOCUMENT ON ALL ADVERTISING:
FOR THE SAFETY AND COMFORT OF YOU AND YOUR NEIGHBORS.
Aloha and Welcome to HIDEAWAY BAY and the Beautiful Garden Island of KAUA'I.
1. Please Be Good Neighbors
Keep noise to a minimum, especially before 8:00 am and after 10:00 pm. Your neighbors (distant, in our case) probably have to go to work the next day, so please be considerate. Turn off outdoor lights at night whenever possible. We enjoy our dark nights when the stars are bright and beautiful. Of equal importance, our wildlife can become disoriented at night if lights are too bright. Please be sure you park only on property; we have plenty of space for parking and driving on the lawn is OK. If you have any questions about our neighbors or how to best be considerate of them, please call Thomas.
2. Beach Safety
Be mindful of the surf. Our shorelines face thousands of miles of open ocean. Northern winter storms and southern summer storms can bring us extremely dangerous surf conditions. NEVER turn your back on the ocean – summer or winter. Rogue waves can appear even in calm surf conditions. You can check ocean conditions. There are lifeguards at Haena Beach Park, Hanalei Pavilion, Lydgate, Poipu Beach Park, Salt Pond and Kekaha. For your family’s safety, we advise that you check with lifeguards before going into the ocean. For non-guarded beaches, you should at least check with local residents who are there regarding unseen currents or other dangers.
In case of fire or medical emergency, call 9-1-1. The address and phone number of your accommodation is posted on the inside of both bedroom doors. For non-emergency assistance, please call Police Dispatch . The phone number for Wilcox Hospital in Lihue. The closest emergency treatment center is Mahelona Hospital up the hill on your right as you enter Kapa’a.
We do experience flash flooding during periods of heavy rain. If you must drive in this kind of weather, drive with extreme caution. Severe weather could result in the temporary closing of the main road out of Hanalei. For the most up to the minute Traffic and Weather information.
5. Disaster Emergencies
On the first business day of each month at 11:45 am, our Civil Defense sirens are tested. However, if you hear these sirens at any other time, please tune to AM radio station KQNG (“KONG”) at AM 570 for real-time reports and instructions. Also, the front of the Kaua’i phone book has emergency, disaster, evacuation and shelter information. Hurricane emergency supplies have been provided and are located over the bathroom in the back bedroom.
Although theft is our neighborhood is uncommon, please be cautious with your personal belongings. It is always best to lock up your valuables. Lock your doors and windows when you leave the property.
7. Island Driving Etiquette
Please honor the posted speed limits. Frequently check your rear view mirror. If more than 4 or 5 cars are stacking up behind you, pull completely off to the side of the road and let them pass. This can also help you when driving at night as our dark roads can be confusing. The cars following you likely know where they are going and can help light the way for you.
If you are lost, remember that this is a small island and you will find your way soon. Keep driving until you find a safe place to pull over and turn around. If you can head downhill, you will get to the ocean within a few miles. Never make a U-turn on the highway.
When navigating the one-lane bridges, cross the bridges caravan style. It is usually appropriate for 5 or 6 cars to cross at a time. A simple rule of thumb: Drain the lane; if you arrive late – wait. When parking at the beaches, park, or sight-seeing locations be sure to park fully off the street, in assigned or clearly marked parking spaces. If you want to stop to enjoy the scenery, please pull completely off to the side of the road.Get the full listing »