Princeville - Hanalei Bay Villas

Hanalei Bay Villa 11

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Relax at this cozy villa after a long day exploring the majestic North Shore of Kauai. Perfectly located near the Princeville Hotel.

Relax at this cozy villa after a long day exploring the majestic North Shore of Kauai. Perfectly located near the Princeville Hotel. 2 Bedrooms2.5 Full BathsFor Rent – Offered at $1,170

From: $1,170 week
Beds: 2, Baths: 2.5

Listing ID: TV-2971


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Hanalei Bay Villa 15

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Relax at this modern villa in the tropical setting of the lush north shore of Kauai.

Relax at this modern villa in the tropical setting of the lush north shore of Kauai.2 Bedrooms2.5 Full BathsFor Rent – Offered at $1,170

From: $1,170 week
Beds: 2, Baths: 2.5

Listing ID: TV-2973


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Hanalei Bay Villas 23

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Nice 2 BR condo overlooking the Makai Golf Course

Nice 2 BR condo overlooking the Makai Golf Course2 Bedrooms2.5 Full BathsOn Golf CourseFor Rent – Offered at $1,170

From: $1,170 week
Beds: 2, Baths: 2.5

Listing ID: v23


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Hanalei Bay Villas 13

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NIce 2 BR condo overlooking Hanalei Bay

NIce 2 BR condo overlooking Hanalei Bay2 Bedrooms2 Full BathsFor Rent – Offered at $1,170

From: $1,170 week
Beds: 2, Baths: 2

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Hanalei Bay Villa 12

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Feel the cool trade winds & enjoy the majestic views of Hanalei Bay in this relaxing, private villa.

Feel the cool trade winds & enjoy the majestic views of Hanalei Bay in this relaxing, private villa.3 Bedrooms2.5 Full BathsFor Rent – Offered at $1,290

From: $1,290 week
Beds: 3, Baths: 2.5

Listing ID: TV-3074


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Rental Information

Location and Contact
P. O. Box 223190
Princeville, HI 96722-3190
Toll Free: 800-222-5541
Fax: 808-826-6478
rentals@OceanfrontRealty.com

 

Standard Rental Amenities

Each Kauai accommodation is special; equipped with many conveniences such as cable TV, DVD/VCR, telephone, washer, dryer, ceiling fans, full kitchen and linens. All provide the atmosphere you want for a carefree, customized vacation in the spirit of Aloha.

Cancellation Insurance

is available to our service for an additional fee. This is a highly recommended option, for both your peace of mind and as a real benefit should a covered situation arise that prevents or delays your holiday. Please review the information on the flier and feel free to call the travel insurance professionals at their toll-free number - mention plan code ICI320. Funds are processed through our office and a quote given upon making your reservation.

Kauai Rental Blog

Try New Things

October 29th, 2014 by Lindsey

So my niece the other day told me to “ try new things .” That is what they were telling her at school, to eat a healthier diet I think. I agreed with her and said “yes, it can be good to try new things .” This lead to me to thinking about visitors coming to Kauai and now here I am blogging about it. :)

I saw the article in the newspaper and I did not have to think twice about it. Try new things , and the topic of breadfruit came up. Breadfruit? Yes, ulu. Ulu is the Hawaiian word for breadfruit, and really, yes that is the name of the fruit!

Anyway, the article I read was about a plant nursery here on Kauai and they highlighted the talk about breadfruit. See the article here if you wish: http://thegardenisland.com/lifestyles/opinion/the-ins-and-outs-of-breadfruit/article_536b27f0-51dd-11e4-a516-af10bb863938.html

Visitors to Kauai more than likely have not heard of this food. Well, it is a fruit that is very diverse and forgiving. By forgiving, I mean that it can be eaten tastefully at any stage of its development. Yes, the flavor differs, but hey, not everyone like to eat the same food varieties. In the article, there are tips on what to look for when purchasing a breadfruit, how to store it, and how to prepare it in the kitchen.

Breadfruit is notorious as well. It is energy rich with protein, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and carbohydrates. The fruit grows on trees, and the tree itself can produce hundreds of pounds of fruit each year. This fruit is a classic Hawaiian food item, and I encourage visitors to come and try it while they enjoy their stay on the island.