Whether your visit is for business or pleasure, it is important to us that you find your accommodations pleasant and enjoyable.  If there is anything that we can do to make your stay more comfortable, do not hesitate to call our office.

With Warm Aloha,

The Staff & Management of Hanalei North Shore Properties

Activities & Tours
Hawaii Fun Tours 877 742-7893 6:00 AM – 5:00 PM HST
Babysitting Services & Rental Equipment
Babysitters of Kauai – Pat McGary 808 632-2252
Ready Rentals 800 599-8008 or 808 823-8008 www.readyrentals.com
Beach Equipment Rentals
Pedal & Paddle – Hanalei 808 826-9069
Botanical Gardens
Limahuli Gardens – Haena 808 826-1053
McBryde & Allerton Gardens – Poipu 808 742-2623
Na’Aina Kai Gardens – Kilauea 808 828-0525
Golf Courses
Prince Course (Princeville) 808 826-5001
Makai Course (Princeville) 808 826-3581
Wailua Golf Course (Kapaa) 808 241-6666
Kauai Lagoons Golf Club (Lihue) 808 241-6000
Pua Kea Course (Lihue) 808 245-8756
Poipu Bay Course (Poipu) 808 742-8711
Kiahuna Course (Poipu) 808 742-9595
Hiking/Camping Information/Permits
Division of Park & Recreation 808 241-6660
Division of State Parks 808 274-3444
Massage & Spa:
Princeville Health Club & Spa 808 826-5030
Relax to the Max-AAAHHH Massage – Diana Howard 808 639-8082
Experience Paradise with a Touch of Aloha – Lisa Insalata 808 826-7384
Kauai Massage Therapy– Debbe Evans 808 631-8471
North Shore Healing Massage – Marissa & Robert Duggan 808 651-7928 or 808 651-4299
Personal Chefs
Jeff & Megan Benson 808 346-2227 jeffbenson6@hotmail.com
Salt, Pepper & Love – Kevin Boyette 808 651-0883
The Caviar Chef – Sabrina Sutherland 808 652-3976
Nick Crane 808 346-1081
Icing on the Cake (baked goods) 808 823-1210 www.icingonthecakekauai.com
Yoga Hanalei 808 826-9642
Princeville Health Club & Spa 808 826-5030
Mediterranean Gourmet 808 826-9875
Bar Acuda (Tapas & Wine) 808 826-7081
Hanalei Dolphin Restaurant & Fish Market 808 826-6113
Hanalei Gourmet 808 826-2524
Polynesian Café 808 826-1999
Postcards Café (Vegetarian & Seafood) 808 826-1191
Bouchons 808 826-9701
CJ’s Steak & Seafood 808 826-6211
Paradise Bar & Grill 808 826-1775
Frederico’s Fresh Mex 808-826-7177
Nanea at the Westin Resort 808 827-8736
Kilauea Fish Market & Deli 808 828-6244
Kilauea Bakery & Pau Hana Pizza 808 828-2020
Lighthouse Bistro 808 828-0480
Bull Shed (Surf & Turf) 808 822-3791
Hukilau Lanai 808 822-0600
Kauai Pasta 808 822-7447
Mermaids Café 808 821-2026
Monico’s Taqueria 808 822-4300
Pizzetta 808 742-8881
Restauant Kintaro 808 822-3341
Scotty’s Beachside Barbeque 808 821-2026
Café Portofino Italian Restaurant 808 826-9069
Duke’s Canoe Club 808 246-9599
Gaylord’s (Fine Dining) 808 245-9593
JJ’s Boiler (Seafood & Steak) 808 246-4422
Rob’s Good Times Grill 808 246-0311
The Beach House 808 742-1424
Brennecke’s Beach Broiler 808 742-7588
Casablanca 808 742-2929
Joe’s on the Green 808 742-9696
Roy’s Poipu Bar & Grill 808 742-5000
Tidepools 808 240-6456
North Shore Farmers Markets
Waipa Farm – Hanalei – 2:00 PM Drive past Hanalei town about 1 mile on Highway 56. After passing over a small one way cement bridge it will be about half mile down the road on your left.
Kilauea Neighborhood Center – at 4:00 PM From Princeville drive south on Highway 56 until you reach Kilauea.  Turn left off the highway before the Shell gas station. Take the first left turn on Kilauea Road (the road to the lighthouse).  About 1 mile turn right on Keneke Street.
Hanalei Community Center & Park – 9:30 AM Drive north on highway 56 towards Hanalei town.  The market is about a quarter mile past the Ching Young Shopping Center on the left hand side of the highway just before the Hanalei Park and Historic Waioli Church (green).
Kilauea Town – 11:00 AM From Princeville drive south on Highway 56 until you reach Kilauea.  Turn left off the highway before the Shell gas station.  Take the first left turn on Kilauea Road (the road to the lighthouse).  About 1 mile turn right on Keneke Street.  Drive past the post office and it will be on your left.
Travel Information
Medical, Fire, Police Emergencies 911
Hanalei Fire Station 808 826-6333
Hanalei Police Station 808 826-6214
North Shore Medical Clinic 808 828-1418
North Shore Pharmacy 808 828-1844
Wilcox Hospital – Lihue 808 245-1100
Island Road Condition 808 828-1418
American Airlines 800 433-7300 www.aa.com
Alaska Airlines 800 252-7522 www.alaskaair.com
Continental Airlines 800 525-0280 www.continental.com
Delta Airlines 800 221-1212 www.delta.com
Go Airlines 800 435-9462 www.iflygo.com
Hawaiian Airlines 800 367-5320 www.hawaiianair.com
Mokulele Airline 866 260-7070 www.mokuleleairlines.com
Northwest Airlines 800 225-2525 www.nwa.com
United Airlines 800 864-8331 www.united.com
Car Rentals
Alamo 800 327-9633 www.alamo.com
Avis 800 321-3712 www.avis.com
Budget-BCD # V673030 IATA # 0045286A 800 527-0700 www.budget.com
Dollar 800 342-7398 www.dollar.com
Hertz 800 342-7398 www.hertz.com
National 800 227-7368 www.nationalcar.com
Thrifty 800 847-4389 www.thrifty.com
Average Drive Times From Princeville
Hanalei 10 minutes
Kapaa 30 minutes
Kalalau Valley lookout 2 hours & 40 minutes
Kilauea 10 minutes
Koke’e 2 hours 25 minutes
Koloa 1 hour 40 minutes
Lihue Airport 50 minutes
Poipu 1 hour 40 minutes
Waimea Canyon lookout 2 hours 10 minutes

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Kauai Rental Blog

Kilauea Point Lighthouse

April 21st, 2014 by Lindsey

From the condos at Sealodge in Princeville, I wanted to mention that you have a view of a lighthouse, the Kilauea Point Lighthouse off of Kilauea Road, Kilauea. It is a lovely point where lighthouse meets history and it’s an animal sanctuary. There are informative signs that tell of its history, and the lighthouse and scenery seem to speak for themselves.

For some reason people do not think about lighthouses on the island of Kauai, but really, they are here! Lighthouses serve two basic purposes: to guide ships into the shore safely, and then to warn other ships that there is land here–do not crash into it! That is the basic way I think about lighthouses.

Kilauea Lighthouse is at a nice spot on the island. From people I have spoken with, they have said that they liked visiting it the day they arrived on Kauai. If you pay the five dollars you can walk out to the lighthouse itself. It makes for a nice walk, where you can stretch your legs and smell the ocean air after a long flight.

The views are breathtaking! The photo opportunities are fantastic. I love it there. Pull out the nice camera for this, if you have one. Photos will only attempt to do this scenic spot justice though. I do not have the best camera in the world, but still, the whole sensory landscape is just too much to fit into a camera’s photo! I still try to capture the moment though. :) If you have them, bring your binoculars. Depending on the time of day and the season, you may be able to see whales in the ocean and nesting birds in their sanctuary environment nearby.

Oh–also about the tickets for five dollars per person, if you are active duty military, I know with ID you can get in for free! That includes you and your guests. Why? Because it is a national park. “Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge” is its legal name. See this webpage for more information. Not to worry if you are not in the military… plan and call ahead (808-828-1413). On select weekends admission is free, so give them a call and see what is coming up.


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