Experience Moloka’i in this 3,000 sq. foot home on 5 acres for rent by owner located on the west end of the island of Moloka’i, Hawaii. The house overlooks Papohaku Beach – Hawaii’s longest & widest beach – known for its soft, warm sand & deserted atmosphere. The home sits 600 yards above the water. Enjoy spectacular sunsets reflecting off the Pacific Ocean, the twinkling lights of Oahu, and an unbeatable view of the night sky.
Known as “Hale Papapa Moloka’i,” this beautiful and unique property features a Bali-style longhouse and four separate suites – each with their own bath, views of the ocean and private lanai. Rent one suite or four and have exclusive use of the entire property. The house sleeps 8-12, with place-settings for 15. Around the property are soothing gardens & birdsong. A full-time caretaker lives onsite, in separate lodgings.
If you are a lover of the Hawaiian Islands, or the tropics, a visit to Moloka’i should not be missed. It is peaceful, quiet, and is the opposite of touristy– truly “Old Hawaii”. “Malu” means shelter, shade and inner stillness; “Lani” refers to celestial realm. Since ancient times, Moloka’i has been known as a place of great vigor and deep customs, and is the birthplace of Hula. Today, the island continues these traditions by resisting urban modernism– No Starbucks. No malls. Not even a traffic signal.
Frequent rainbows, the tallest sea cliffs in the world, spectacular tropical & coastline beauty, great hiking and mountain biking, and deserted beaches– it’s all here waiting to be experienced in this very special house!
Accommodations & RatesThe layout of this architect-designed home is unique. Four private suites with lanais and ocean views are connected to the longhouse.
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AmenitiesFeaturing a pool, spa, extensive decks, kitchen, dining area, living room, laundry facilities, HD TV and other amenities.
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SurroundingsMoloka'i boasts unparalleled beauty and the feel of "Old Hawaii". Explore deserted beaches and remote trails, bike, fish, snorkel or scuba.
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