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House, 4 Bedrooms, 5 Baths, (Sleeps 8) TVNCU#1106 Kauai Approved Vacation home
Upstairs Master suite
Downstairs Master Suite
King bedroom - ground floor
King size beds (3), Twin or Single Beds (2) Twins can be converted into King by special request with conversion kit, king mattress pad, sheets and bedding. NOTE: All bedrooms and living space are under continuous roof, but have private entrances helping to add a feeling of privacy and space while sharing a home. All bedrooms have their own bathroom, high quality linens and cable TV.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Please review house layout prior to bookingPlease review house layout prior to booking
Max guests: 8
Minimum age of primary renter: 25
- Young children & infants count toward guest count. Please include total number of adults & children in your inquiry. Booking may be denied if count >8
About Anne Newman
We first fell in love with Kauai during our family's first visit in May, 1992. While my husband insisted we couldn't possibly leave our business for a two week vacation, I planned a week on Napili Bay on Maui and a second week on the South Shore of Kauai. In the middle of that second week, we ventured up to the North Shore. I can still remember the feeling as we first arrived at Hanalei Bay. 'Ahh, this is it!' I proclaimed, and, for us, it has remained so. The beauty of the Bay was so stunning it felt surreal. The lush green mountains were lined with waterfalls and the Bay seemed to stretch on forever. There was hardly anyone on the beach and no hotels down on the Bay. It felt as if we had gone back in time to the 'Old Hawaii' of my dreams. ...Plantation style homes dotting the beachfront with lots of wide open spaces... By 1996, we knew we would always want to come to Hanalei and we started looking to buy a home. We started renting the home that is now Paulele, but it was not for sale. We looked for 3 years at just about everything that came up for sale in Hanalei, but didn't like anything as much as this house. 'We need to trust', I told my husband. 'Have faith that if it's meant to be, it will happen'. Well, it did. Without ever going on the market, the previous owners finally succumbed to our persistence and sold us the home in 1999. We named it 'Paulele' which means to believe, have faith and trust. In Hanalei, magic happens. Come visit. We hope you enjoy our home and Hanalei as much as we do.
Anne Newman purchased this House in 1999
Why Anne Newman chose Hanalei
At Paulele, the beach is always just a few steps away any time of day. Whether an early morning stroll, a mid-day swim or surf, or a gorgeous sunset, it's all right out in front of you. If you need groceries or want to treat yourself to a dinner out, no need to get in the car. Just walk into town and it's all there. We love our location for these and many reasons!
What makes this House unique
We hope you enjoy the activities that we've offered right at Paulele. We love shuffleboard, horseshoes, bocce ball, badminton and croquet, so we have all of them right there for you to enjoy in our fantastic yard. Do you love to read? I do, so you'll find a bookshelf and hammock waiting for you. Plenty of deck space, both sunny and covered, for you to relax and a bamboo enclosed hot water shower that we built ourselves are other nice features. And can anyone really get away without wifi? It's there if you need it!