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Sep 5th, 2013, 04:21 PM
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Rustic lodges or cabins in Kauai, Hawaii?

Hello all!
My finance and I are planning an early March 2014 honeymoon to Kauai. We're staying at a Marriott timeshare for a week, but want to go a few days early and stay at a cabin, tree house, lodge, etc for a few nights. We love to hike and explore, though since we're flying in from Florida we won't be bringing kitchen items, bed linens, etc.. so we'd need a place that provides all of that.
Any suggestions?
And any sightseeing suggestions for Kauai are welcomed!
Thank you!
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Sep 5th, 2013, 04:57 PM
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Not a tree house and maybe not as rustic as you are looking for, but one of my very favorite places in Hawaii. It is the one place I will return to when I return to the islands -
http://www.waimea-plantation.com/cottages-overview.php
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Sep 5th, 2013, 08:02 PM
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there are cabins at Koke`e state park http://www.hawaiistateparks.org/camping/kauai.cfm

lots of hiking in the area http://www.hawaii-guide.com/kauai/hi..._hiking_trails
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Sep 6th, 2013, 06:37 AM
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Again not exactly rustic, but on right on Hanalei Bay--we stayed there a few years ago and loved it http://hanaleimoonbeachcottage.beachkauai.com/
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Sep 6th, 2013, 11:40 AM
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The only rustic cabins I can think of are the ones aloha posted a link to, but Koke'e will be REALLY cold in March. Also unless they changed their hours, the restaurant is only open until 3pm, meaning you have to cook your own food or drive down to Waimea for dinner. It is the only place to eat there. I think I noticed them selling firewood. Seems to be popular with the locals during the summer when it gets hot.
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Sep 7th, 2013, 11:54 AM
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I've had this place bookmarked as a possible. It is pretty isolated and in March it could be wet, but it sure would be a contrast to your Marriott timeshare and you'd be on the north shore.

http://www.vrbo.com/319268
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Sep 7th, 2013, 12:01 PM
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Here is another that you might find interesting. It is the same area as the one I posted above.

http://www.napaliprop.com/Nohonani.html
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