Hale Alaula Cottage
Rate: $250 / Night Double Occupancy Plus Tax
Cleaning Fee: $200
Fee Waived for stays of 5 nights or more.
Bedding: 2 queens
24 hour Contact: (808) 337-1149
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Call (800) 351-4609
To make a reservation at Hale Alaula, a Kauai beach cottage rental, 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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- All Linens Provided
- Laundry Facilities
- Beach Equipment
- Equipped Kitchen
- Ceiling Fans
- Cable TV
- VCR/Stereo/CD Player
- Covered Lanai
- Patio Furniture
- Shared Pool & Wet Steam Room
Restored Plantation Cottage on a Private Oceanfront Estate
Welcome to the Hale Alaula Guest Cottage, meaning “House of early morning light and evenings’ last glow”. Hale Alaula is an authentic beach front plantation Estate built in the 1930’s. The restored 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom guest cottage features vintage Hawaiian decor, a living room, a dining room, a kitchen and a large lanai that looks out over a large, manicured lawn. Enjoy ocean views from the master bedroom as well as the lanai.
Picture Perfect Days on Kauai’s Sunny West Side
As you relax on the Hale Alaula Estate in Kekaha, Kauai you will be surrounded by warm tropical breezes, swaying palm trees, crystal clear blue skies and the calming sound of the ocean meeting the shore. There are over 300 feet of secluded beach fronting the Hale Alaula Estate. Revel in the panoramic view of the Forbidden Island of Ni`ihau in the distance. Enjoy spectacular Kekaha sunsets and amazing views of the stars as night falls on the Estate. There is a shared ocean side swimming pool and wet steam room on the property for your enjoyment. During the day enjoy swimming, surfing, diving and sport-fishing, all located within walking distance of the Hale Alaula Estate. The Kekaha small boat harbor is located just minutes from the property and is an ideal place to watch the “local boys” bring in their daily “catch” or charter a sightseeing boat to watch the Humpback whales (December thru April) or tour the famous and breathtaking NaPali Coast.