by palms, tropical plants and fruit trees, this Studio
Cottage, with its own Private Entrance
and Parking, is designed in an open
concept. Enjoy the lush surroundings by lounging on your
Deck or taking a relaxing soak in the JACUZZI. The nearest Beach,
less than 1/4 mile below, is good for Swimming and Surfing. The open living area is split into three areas for dining,
sleeping, and a comfortable seating area for watching Television
(including NetFlix), reading, or browsing the
Internet with a wireless and direct Ethernet
connection options. The partial kitchen is equipped with a small
Maker, Toaster, Microwave,
Blender, Toaster Oven, dishes, baking dishes and kitchen
utensils. Any open flame cooking can be done outside on the Outdoor Gas Grill directly out
the door where there is also a Washer & Dryer
for your personal use. The full bathroom has a stand up Shower.
The complete unit is tiled in slate to keep the heat at bay in this
Non-Air conditioned cottage. The fan above the bed and the
Ocean Breeze keep this cottage perfectly comfortable all year
round. There is cable TV with a CD/DVD
Player and no phone. The room has a Queen Size Bed and plenty of closet and shelf
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The vacation rental is live-in ready, which is connected to the owner's home by a shared deck (no connecting doors or walls).
The nearest beach, less than 1/4 mile below, is good for swimming, surfing and sunbathing. The hill down is a bit steep but the walk (I still recommend a rental car as other beaches are driving distance) is worth it to visit the shops, restaurants, and gift shops in a great tourist area that is fully utilized by the cruise ships that enter at Nawiliwili Harbor.
The Studio Cottage is a perfect spot for those of you who desire to be a little more independent and Private on your holidays. Located near Kalapaki Bay in Nawilliwilli Harbor this studio cottage has a limited view of the bay.
Other FREE Amenities Include: Beach chairs, Body Boards, beach towels, cooler, snorkel gear for 2, and advice on where to go if you ask.Shama bird in Tree after I watered the Plumeria Trees.