Welcome to the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii. Here, you’ll find the most concentrated and celebrated stretch of world-class surf breaks on the planet. This region of the world is home to the famous Seven Mile Miracle.
Ke Nui Beach House is a very spacious home and is situated right in the center of this miracle. With the notorious surf spot Gas Chambers is right out front, Rocky Point 100 yards to the right, and Pipeline is 300 yards to the left, one can simply not ask for a better location looking out at the world’s best breaks. The garden provides a direct beach access from the house from where the famous surf spots: Backdoor, Pipeline, Rocky Point, Sunset Beach etc…, are all within walking distance. There is ample outdoor seating, an outdoor shower and surfboard racks for your convenience. There are additional surfboard racks in the garage.
The main floor of the house has a big open kitchen, a dining area that sits 10-12 people and living room with TV (cable/sat, Apple TV) with a view on the shore break. A large desk / workspace in living area with printer is available as well. On this level, you will find a bedroom with king size bed and full bath are located at the street side.
The master bedroom, located on the first floor, has a king size bed, full bath and walk-in closet that is the full width of the house and to top it off, the room has spectacular views of the ocean. This level is also equipped with a lanai with several comfortable chairs that allow for a relaxing view of ocean and its sunsets.
On the street side of the first level there are 3 roomy bedrooms with closets; 2 with double twins. These rooms share a spacious full bath.
There is a desk in every bedroom and a safe in the kitchen.
There is ample space for 3 cars to park on the street side and a garage with direct access to the house from the inside for your convenience.
5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, Ke Nui is an amazing beach house and perfectly suited for extended vacations in Paradise. Advanced reservations are highly recommended and the minimum stay is 5 nights.
The North Shore of Oahu is one of the most majestic surf destinations on Earth. Renting a house on the beach is the best way to enjoy your vacation with the added bonus you can fit up to 10 people in total comfort and enjoy one of the best views in surfing all day, every day. Ke Nui is a popular escape and is reserved early so planning ahead is imperative. If you want privacy and proximity over a resort or hotel experience this is the best choice you can make for your next Hawaii vacation.
Hawaii is the spiritual home of surfing. It’s where it all began – the ritual, the boards, the ride. Hawaii has some of the most powerful waves in the planet, surrounded by pure volcanic nature.
Oahu is sometimes called “The Gathering Place,” certainly lives up to its name. The third largest Hawaiian island is home to the majority of Hawaii’s diverse population, a fusion of east and west cultures rooted in the values and traditions of the Native Hawaiian people. It’s this fundamental contrast between the ancient and the modern that makes discovering Oahu so enjoyable.
The world-renowned stretch of Hawaiian dreams begins at Haleiwa Beach Park, in the south, and goes all the way to Sunset Beach, in the north. In between, there are famous peaks like Left Overs, Waimea Bay, Log Cabins, Rockpile, Off The Wall, Backdoor, Banzai Pipeline, Pupukea, Gas Chambers, Rocky Point, Monster Munch, and Kammieland, just to name a few.
The house is located right in front of Gas Chambers , 7 miles from Haleiwa http://haleiwatown.com/ and 33 miles from Honolulu Internation Airport http://hawaii.gov/hnl
Haleiwa is more than the laid back surf town it seems, and is filled with local style and country ambiance as well as cool surf shops and boutiques, understated restaurants and charming art galleries.
Rich with island history, Haleiwa is now the social and artistic hub of the North Shore. Here you’ll find surfers fueling up at the restaurants in its plantation era buildings before hitting the famous beaches of Waimea Bay, Ehukai (Banzai Pipeline) and Sunset Beach. You’ll also find locals and visitors shopping, eating and winding down after a day in the sun. Haleiwa is a far cry from the excitement of Waikiki, and that’s exactly how the people of the North Shore like it.
– LOWER FLOOR –
• Street entry
• Parking for 3 cars
• Garage with direct entry to the house, with an extra fridge
– FIRST FLOOR –
• Big fully equipped kitchen, with counter bar for 4
• Dining table for 10 – 12
• Big seating area with TV, view of the breaking waves in front of the house
• Table / work area with printer
• Sliding windows opening to terrace and garden Laundry with double set washer/dryer
• Bedroom with king size bed, desk and closet
• Full Bath
– SECOND FLOOR –
MASTER BEDROOM Ocean view master bedroom over the whole width of the first floor with
• Couch with ottoman
• Full bath
• Walk in closet
• Lanai deck with furniture
• Bedroom with king size bed, closet
• Bedroom with two single beds, closet
• Bedroom with two single beds, closet
• Full bath
• High Speed WI FI internet throughout the house
• 60” HD television with cable service , Apple TV
• Fans in all the rooms
• Parking for 3 cars
• Safe in kitchen
• Double set washer / dryer
• Outside shower
• Surfboards racks in the garage and lockable storage in the garden
• Complimentary beach bikes (4), beach chairs, umbrellas and cooler
Haleiwa; More than 30 dining opportunities await you and include Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Mexican, Hawaiian and Italian fare, as well as a broad selection of coffee shops, shave ice/snack stores, and bars. Most of the Food trucks are really..good and inexpensive stop across from Mc’donalds in Haleiwa –Shrimp, Burgers, Thai, Shave Ice you can’t go wrong
North Shore; next to foodland between Waimea and Pipeline there are many food trucks with good quality food for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The best Acai is to be found at Crispy Grindz food truck parked across from Off The Wall on Kameha Hwy
Food Shopping in or around or on the way to Haleiwa
On the North shore; Foodland 59-720 Kameha Hwy Pupukea, Hawaii 96712
Costco Oahu 94-1231 Ka Uka Blvd Waipahu, Hawaii 96797 808-676-6103 –Off H-2 on the way to the North Shore
Wal-Mart 95-550 Lanikuhana Avenue Mililani, Hawaii 96789 Phone: (808) 623-6744 –Off H-2 on the way to the North Shore
Malama Market 66-190 Kamehameha Hwy Haleiwa, Hawaii 96712 In the heart of Haleiwa Town
Long s /CVS drugs 66-197 Kamejameha Hwy #1 Haleiwa, Hawaii 96712 Phone: (808) 637-9393 located in the heart of Haleiwa
• Surf and Sea Surf board/Snorkel/ rentals Scuba Dive Hawaii and Surf North Shore Oahu with us. Established 1965. 62-595 Kamehameha Highway Haleiwa, HI 96712 (808) 637-9887
• Uncle Bryan’s SUNSET SURATT SURF ACADEMY, surfnorthshore.com, Haleiwa Beach Park, Haleiwa, HI, (808) 783-8657
• Mountain biking; above the house in Pupukea hills
• Golf; the Turtle bay course is 10 min drive from the house, http://www.turtlebayresort.com/Hawaii-Golf
• Horseback riding; Kualoa Ranch 49-560 Kamehameha Highway , Kāne‘ohe, HI 96744 Reservations Desk: (808) 237-7321 General Inquiries: (808) 237-8515.Kualoa Ranch on the windward side of Oahu has been one of the island’s most sacred destinations. but is also open for tourist activities such as horseback riding and hiking
• Snorkeling; Best place to Snorkel is Shark’s Cove, Oahu—Location: 59-712 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa, HI 96712 Just across the street of the parking lot there are some small shops you can retn gear and where you can buy food and drinks Sharks Cove has been rated by Scuba Diving Magazine as one of the “Top Twelve Shore Dives in the World”.
• Cage diving with sharks, https://sharktourshawaii.com/
• above the north shore in pupukea
• Waimea Falls is only 2 miles away, and hiking at Waimea Valley and visiting the falls is an unforgettable experience.
• Many other exciting hiking allover Oahu, such as; Olomana, Nestled between Kailua and Waimanalo
Lanikai Pillbox Trail, If you’re looking for a less treacherous hike with similar sweeping views, the Lanikai Pillbox Trail may be perfect for you. Located just east of Kailua in the community known as Lanikai, the pillbox trail traces a ridge and passes two old World War II bunkers (pillboxes).
Kaena Point, On the far western side of Oahu lies theKaena Point nature reserve, one of the largest seabird nesting colonies in the main Hawaiian Islands.