|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
|Living space||1800 square feet|
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Description from the owner
Quite possibly the best deal on Kauai, Mango Hale is a generous, clean, 3-bedroom house with a 4th bedroom/studio option for larger groups. Nestled below a landscaped, sloped berm off the highway, and sheltered by enormous fruit-bearing mango trees, Mango Hale is directly adjacent to shopping, restaurants and a 5 minute walk to one of Kauai's most beautiful beaches, Kalapaki Bay.
There are few accommodations on our mostly rural island that can boast "rental car optional". Mango Hale is most definitely in this category. Walk to Kalapaki Beach Hut for breakfast, enjoy cocktails, dinner and sporting events at JJ's Broiler right across the...Read more
Fantastic Value! Walk to Kalapaki Bay--Mango Hale
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Additional Location Information
Mango Hale is adjacent to Rice St. across from Kalapaki Bay and Anchor Cove Shoping Center in Lihue. Cruise ships dock at Nawiliwili Harbor nearby. Kauai's East side, appropriately dubbed "The Coconut Coast" is a mystical region filled with ancient stories and Hawaiian history. Groves of tall swaying coconut trees dot the landscape. Wailua, a sacred place once reserved to house only the Royal "Ali'i", with its wide, navigable river is at its center; home of the Wailua River State Park, Fern Grotto, Wailua Falls, and other gems. Opaekaa Falls, an unforgettable photo op, has scenic peaks of the Makaleha Mountains in the background and a restored Hawaiian village on the riverbanks. Lihue, Kauai's center for government and commerce as well as home of Lihue Airport. Kapa'a Town, to the north of Lihue, is home to many shops, restaurants and activities. And of course the North and South shores are an easy drive in 20-30 minutes in either direction. The white sandy beaches are sunny and dryer than the North Shore and easy-to-advanced surf breaks that can break year round. Winding for 16 miles along the Coconut Coast's beaches is the new Ke Ala Hele Makalae beach biking and pedestrian path, which translates to â€œthe path that goes by the coastâ€.
Rates shown in $ USD (change)
|Rate Summary||$180 - $230||$180 - $230||$1,200 - $1,500||$4,500 - $5,200||3 nights|
|Aug. 26 2011 - Aug. 28 2012||$180||$180||$1,200||$4,500||3 nights|
|Aug. 26 2011 - Aug. 28 2012||$230||$230||$1,500||$5,200||3 nights|
|All Other Dates||$180||$180||$1,200||-||3 nights|
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the owner|
- Cleaning for 3BR - $150 / stay - Fee
- Cleaning for 4BR - $200 / stay - Fee
- GE - 4% of rental - Tax - GE Tax
- TAT - 9% of rental - Tax - TA Tax
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What Past Guests Are Saying
Incredible Stay near Beach
I had a very enjoyable stay at the Mango Hale! It was love at first sight. Located on a span of green lawn, tropical flowers, and mango trees, it's a tropical paradise literally across the road from the beach. The bungalow has lots of extra amenities that you wouldn't normally get at a hotel, like a full kitchen (there's a Costco five minutes away), washer, dryer, a library with guidebooks and maps, use of Dvds, beach chairs and toys, kayaks, and boogie boards (you'll save $ because you won't have to rent them).
The pictures listed by the owner are completely accurate-- it's well-decorated with a tasteful vintage Hawaii theme (think watercolor paintings of outrigger canoes, thatch mats, Hawaiian style quilts, wood floors, and vintage Hawaiiana). No aC, but I loved opening up the glass shutters on all sides of the house to let in the cross-breeze from the ocean.
The beautiful beach is a quick walk across the road, and there's a local shopping center with really good food (try J.J.s Broiler-- highly recommended!) Lihue is a great launching point for exploring the island, but my first several days I didn't want to go anywhere else!
Some people in the last review complained about the noise from the road, but it didn't bother me a bit. The road isn't visible because it's blocked a hedge of gorgeous hibiscus flowers, and the road isn't really busy enough to be a constant nuance. Yeah, I could hear cars pass once in awhile, but after the fist day you get used to it so you don't even hear it anymore. I slept well.
And the owner was fantastic. She was so friendly and welcoming. Staying at Mango Hale was like having my own island home.
Beautiful home, neat and clean
Beautiful home, came with everything you would need for a vacation on Kauai. Home was neat and clean.Enjoyed spending time in the large yard in the evenings, grilling and hanging out with the chickens. Close to great restaurants and souvenir shops. Located next to a busy , noisy street but after a day full of sight seeing or hiking, I didn't have trouble falling asleep.