Akialoa Beach House
Rate: $425 / Night plus tax
Cleaning Fee: $375
Fee waived for stays of 5 nights or more.
Bedding: 2 kings, 2 twins, 2 sleeper sofas
24 hour Contact: (808) 337-1149
Hear it prounounced:
Call (800) 351-4609
To make a reservation at the Akialoa Beach House, contact Kekaha Oceanside Kauai by phone or use the reservation inquiry form at the bottom of this page to send us a message by Email.
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- Fully Equipped Kitchen Upstairs
- Downstairs Kitchen, no stove
- Wrap-around Covered Lanai
- Laundry Facilities
- Ceiling Fans
- Window AC in Master Bedroom
- All Linens Provided
- TV/DVD/VCR Player
- Stereo/CD Player
- Gas BBQ
- Beach Equipment
- Shared Pool
- Internet Access
Great Beachfront Location
The Akialoa Beach Property is located on the sunny, West side of Kauai in Kekaha, across the street from one of the most beautiful stretches of white sand beaches in the world. Play at the beach or take in an amazing Kekaha sunset on an evening stroll on miles of secluded white sand beach just steps from the Akialoa Beach Property.
The Perfect Family or Group Vacation Rental
The Akialoa Beach Property offers comfortable ocean view accommodations for up to 16 guests. Relax and enjoy the shared swimming pool located between the main house (which sleeps 10 people) and the Beach Cottage (which sleeps 6 people).
Two Story Akialoa Main House
Enjoy fabulous ocean and N`iihau sunset views from wrap- around covered decks on this two-story, spacious, modern, plantation-style custom home. The Main House has 3 bedrooms, with the spacious master suite located on the upper level. The remaining two bedrooms and two bathrooms are located on the lower level. The home features covered wrap around lanai on both levels, perfect for enjoying views of the shared pool, ocean, Ni`ihau in the distance and amazing Kekaha sunsets. For your convenience there are two laundry rooms, one upstairs and one downstairs.
More Location Details…
Kekaha is an old Hawaii sugar plantation town and the gateway to the Waimea Canyon, described by Mark Twain as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific. Three miles to the East of the Akialoa Beach Property and Cottage is Waimea Town, where Captain Cook first landed in September 20, 1778. Waimea Town is a bustling little town with two supermarkets (Ishihara’s Market and Big Save), two banks, a credit union, a video rental store, a movie theatre and several good restaurants. Enjoy your next Kauai vacation in Kekaha where the pace is relaxed and similiar to “Old Hawaii”.
“I just wanted to let you know we enjoyed our stay very much at Aikialoa House. Thanks for providing a lovely,comfortable place and thanks too for the cookies! I don’t know when we will get back but we certainly enjoyed the time we spent in Kekaha. Thanks again.” – N. Orsen