My wife and I stayed 3 nights with Susan at this B&B. Located at the extreme north of Kailua town adjoining a bird sanctuary and close to the US marines base at Kaneohe, it is very quiet and relaxing. To get around easily you must have a car.
The guest bedroom has a small bar fridge to use and tv if needed. The room also has a two level lanai, which we made use for a self catered dinner from goods bought at the local market store near the main beach in Kailua. The top level of the lanai overlooks the sanctuary and out towards the base to the north and the ocean east. Very pleasant and relaxing spot.
We didn't use the pool (due to wet weather) though it looked inviting at times.
Susan was a very respectful host who had good advice on places to eat and visit locally and throughout Hawaii. She made us feel at home. Breakfasts were fruits, lots of English style toasted muffins, tea, coffee, and cereals if you still needed more.
Overall a very nice place to kick back after the hustle of Honolulu and Waikiki and a good base for exploring the windward coast and north shore of Oahu.
- Also Known As:
- Kaimalino Homestay Bed And Breakfast Kailua, Oahu, Hawaii
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Kaimalino Homestay, a bed and breakfast in Kailua, Hawaii offers you a gracious stay on the Windward Side. Closed November and December ... more less