Aloha! Our newly remodeled studio is light and airy, a lovely place to come home to after exploring all that Kauai's North Shore has to offer. After enjoying a home-cooked meal on the lanai, end your day in the jacuzzi by the pool gazing at stars.
No smoking either in the condo, the lanai, or on Sandpiper Village grounds. No pets. No glass in the pool area. When parking, please do not park in numbered spots marked 'reserved'. Sandpiper Village has residents as well as vacationers, so please be respectful of our neighbors and be quiet between 9 pm and 8 am. If you are staying longer than 2 weeks, there is a mandatory extra cleaning. Do not use Aveeno sunscreen or other products that include avobenzone (Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane) as they stain fabric, including towels, when washed in iron-rich water. No candles inside--if used on the lanai, please clean up any melted wax. The following will be deducted from the security deposit if lost: $25 for door key; $50 for pool key; $10 for parking pass.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 5 days of your trip and the first night is non-refundable, but 50% of the cost for the remaining nights will be refunded.
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My husband Rob is an architect/developer and I am recently retired from working in IT at a large northern California utility company. We knew each other in our early teens and remained friends into our 20s. In 2004 we ran into each other completely serendipitously and a few years later were married in our garden in Berkeley, surrounded by friends and family. We are both interested in art, architecture and music, where his tastes are classically inclined and mine tend more towards the Grateful Dead and lately, everything ukulele. We love hiking, reading, traveling and good conversation.
My first trip to Kauai was in 1975 and it was love at first sight. Smitten, and haunted by memories of green and blue and rainbows and Bali Hai, I moved there in 1977, just in time for my twin daughters to be born at Wilcox Hospital in Lihue. We ended up moving back to the mainland a year later, but in the intervening years, we vacationed there many times as a family. One of the twins eventually heeded the island's call and in 2012 moved to Princeville with her husband and family. (You could probably count on one hand the number of days they have not been at the beach or on a wave since moving!) I hope to persuade my city-loving husband to consider retiring to Kauai. So far he has promised me a month per year. That's a star
We hope your stay in Hale Nani or Hale Nani Iki is a pleasant one.