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Located in Haleiwa, just a few steps from Pupukea Beach Park, Beach Side Studio by Shark's Cove has accommodations with free bikes, a garden and free WiFi. Sort distance to ocean. Owners were very helpful. Made us feel like family. While sitting on beach seen whales off in the distant every day I was there.
Featuring garden views, Waimea Bay Cottage provides accommodations with a garden and a balcony, around a 3-minute walk from Three Tables Beach. Great location. Lovely balcony. Good aircon and fans. Outdoor shower was good to use after the beach. Beach towels were great.
Featuring a hot tub, Tavares house is located in Waialua. This family stay provides free private parking, a shared kitchen and free WiFi. The host was very good about communicating-and we asked for a can opener and immediately we got one. Also, the Starbucks coffee was great.
This hostel is in Haleiwa, Hawaii and across the street from Three Tables Beach. This hostel features a kitchen area and cable TV. quaint and clean, but the fanciest or the most comfortable beds, but for the location, I would sleep in a sack on the ground and be happy. literally right across the street from the beach, and within a five minute drive of some of the best beaches Oahu has to offer
Located in Waialua in the O'ahu region and Mokuleia Army Beach reachable within a few steps, Mokulē'ia Beach Houses at Owen's Retreat provides accommodations with free WiFi, BBQ facilities, a garden... Our stay at Owen's Retreat was fantastic! We loved being right on the beautiful beach and enjoyed seeing whales offshore, monkfish seals and sea turtles. Of partcular interest were the lovely shorebirds and we even saw several albatrosses. We also enjoyed our coastal hikes and gorgeous sunsets at nearby Ka' ena Point State Park. We're already looking forward to our next visit. The owner and caretakers were extremely responsive and any minor issues we had were resolved quickly and efficiently! A new microwave was delivered within 24 hours!
2km long small beach town with lots of shopping and dining options from food trucks to full service restaurants. Home of surfers but didnt see many when I was there. Always windy and even a bit chilly at nights. Old town Haleiwa...it has some old architecture design shops here and there. Garlic shrimp and shaved ice are typical food truck menues, which make north shore famous for. A day trip may not be enough so you should plan at least overnight stay there!
The famous beaches, the PCC, The Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, fresh shrimps, fresh tropical fruits, fresh fish, cheap transport, cheap fuel, short drive to Honolulu, Waikiki or Kanaohe. There is so much to see and lots of hospitable people to meet and enjoy.