Secret Garden Paradise Haleiwa

Aloha,  e Komo Mai to our Secret Garden Paradise in Haleiwa!
62-394 Joseph P. Leong Highway, Haleiwa, HI 96712


Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 4
Type: Home
Per night: $150
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the Haleiwa vacation home rental
Aloha mai ka pu'uwai! (Aloha from the heart!)

We would love to have you visit our beautiful home! This 3200 sq. foot home sits on a 1/2 acre of VERY private land, surrounded only by trees, mountains, and the nearby Anahulu stream. It is a 5 minute drive or a short walk to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world! The bottom story (1600 sq ft) has private entrances, private patio with dining areas and grill, while the owners occupy the top story, close enough to ask for advice on where to eat, where to surf, where to go for fun! The views are beautiful and panoramic from inside the house and out - no matter where you look you will not see another house, only greenery! The house is at the end of a private dirt road well off the highway so there is no traffic noise, only the soft sound of the wind in the trees. The homeowner has a green thumb, so be prepared to be surrounded by lush landscaping and blooming orchids. This fully furnished home is perfect for romantic occasions, family vacations or holidays with friends. The home is new (completed in 1997). Just 2 minutes from Historic Haleiwa Town (known for its country atmosphere, excellent restaurants and quaint shops, and the previous home of Bay Watch Hawai`i! We have views of both the sunrise and the sunset that will take your breath away. You can get away from it all or be in the heart of Waikiki in a quick 40 minutes. It really is the perfect vacation home.

2 huge bedrooms including new queen-sized beds, and a queen-sized futon bed in the living room sleeps 5 adults comfortably. Children or other adults could sleep in parents' rooms on an extra futon bed provided or in one of the living areas. The living room and one bedroom includes a cable TV/VCRs. A washer/dryer; mini kitchen (half refrigerator, stove top, sink, microwave, not to mention outside charcoal grill!), 1/2 acre yard; LOTS of lanai space - one covered in front of the house that is perfect for barbequing or relaxing on the swing, and one that wraps around the side of the house which is perfect for sunbathing. A fax machine is available in the owner's house for our business guests, and wireless internet access is available for your laptop. Beach mats, boogie boards fins, beach towels, coolers, board games are available for adults and children.

A Hui Ho ( See you soon)!

Aloha Pumehana, (Warm Aloha)
Lenora and Don
Area Information
Watch Humpback Whales, Cultural Experience of the Polynesian Cultural Center with Hula & Other Polynesian Dances, Haleiwa is the surfing capital of the world. Winter time is for surfers and summertime is for snorklers!

Surf or just be a spectator at famous surfing spots, Velzyland, Backyards, Kammies and Sunset Beach just short drives away, and Haleiwa Ali'i Beach (Home of Bay Watch) is within walking distance. In the Winter, watch in amazement as the best big wave surfers toll surf 20+ feet swells. Between December and May, watch Humpback whales frolic in the ocean. Snorkel at Haleiwa Ali'i Beach or dive at Sharks Cove just a few miles away. Enjoy peaceful, private walks on the sandy beaches overlooking crystal, blue ocean, or on the mountain paths.

Dine at great resturants in Haleiwa Town or at the variety of roadside eateries. Golf at Turtle Bay Hilton. Enjoy the quality tourist attractions Polynesian Cultural Center, Waimea Valley Park, Pupukea Heiau (ancient burial grounds)and many hiking trails, including some that begin at the house. The North Shore is also famous for its other water sports, including windsurfing, kayaking, water skiing, sailing, and horseback riding. Pretty much anything you want to do here, we can point you in the right direction!

Availability Calendar


Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Jan 01 2014 Dec 31 2015 $150 $150 - - 3 Nights
Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.
Lodging tax: .1295
Deposits: 1/2 of rental fee on booking and remaining 1/2 on arrival
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Money Order, PayPal
Other Fees: Cleaning 100.00 for 1 week. 150.00 for > 1 week or with children.


  • Beds

  • 2 Queen Beds
  • 1 Sofa Bed
  • Features

  • Beach Chairs
  • Full Kitchen
  • Lanai
  • Parking Included
  • Beach Towels
  • Hardwood Floors
  • Linens Provided
  • Patio
  • Deck
  • High Speed Internet
  • Outdoor Shower
  • View (Mountains)
  • Appliances

  • Blender
  • Coffee Maker
  • Iron
  • Toaster
  • CD Player
  • DVD Player
  • Microwave
  • VCR
  • Ceiling Fan
  • Fax Machine
  • Refrigerator (Mini)
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Charcoal Grill
  • Hair Dryer
  • TV (Cable/Satellite)
  • Activities

  • Basketball Court
    (<1 mile)
  • Restaurant
    (<1 mile)
  • Park
    (1 mile)
  • Amusement Park
    (12 miles)
  • Beach
    (<1 mile)
  • Sailing
    (<1 mile)
  • Pool
    (1 mile)
  • Bowling
    (12 miles)
  • Bicycling
    (<1 mile)
  • Scuba Diving
    (<1 mile)
  • Tennis
    (1 mile)
  • Theme Park
    (12 miles)
  • Boating
    (<1 mile)
  • Shopping Area
    (<1 mile)
  • Volleyball Court
    (1 mile)
  • Water Park
    (12 miles)
  • Canoeing
    (<1 mile)
  • Snorkeling
    (<1 mile)
  • Gym/Fitness Center
    (3 miles)
  • Water Skiing
    (12 miles)
  • Deep Sea Fishing
    (<1 mile)
  • Surfing
    (<1 mile)
  • Golf
    (5 miles)
  • Movie Theater
    (14 miles)
  • Fishing
    (<1 mile)
  • Whale Watching
    (<1 mile)
  • Live Entertainment
    (7 miles)
  • Aquarium
    (23 miles)
  • Grocery Store
    (<1 mile)
  • Children's Pool
    (1 mile)
  • Horseback Riding
    (9 miles)
  • Parasailing
    (23 miles)
  • Kayaking
    (<1 mile)
  • Hiking
    (1 mile)
  • Windsurfing
    (9 miles)
  • Zoo
    (24 miles)
  • Ocean
    (<1 mile)

Other Vacation Rental Amenities
This sleepy little town, nestled comfortably along Oahu’s North Shore, is a complete 180-degree turn from the hustle and bustle of Waikiki. More than a century ago, however, before Waikiki built its first hotel, visionary businessman Benjamin J. Dillingham opened Hawaii’s finest lodging on a small strip of land between the Pacific Ocean and the Anahulu River. He named the grand Victorian hotel “Haleiwa,” which means “House of the Iwa.” The graceful frigate bird, he said, best exemplified the ambience he wanted to create for the hotel.

While the Haleiwa was set in the middle of nowhere, Dillingham had a plan. He had laid tracks for an ambitious railroad to serve his sugar plantations between Honolulu and Waialua, and he figured placing a grand hotel at the end of the line would be a way to further capitalize on his investment. For years, visitors and residents alike rode the train to spend some leisure time at the beachside resort. Shortly after, the town adopted the name Haleiwa.

The hotel is gone now, but this old plantation town continues to welcome visitors. Designated a Historic, Cultural and Scenic District in 1984, Haleiwa has maintained its simple charm and laid-back environment. Aging storefronts line its main street. This is definitely a “shorts and slippers” kind of place.

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