Our Air B n’ B on the North Shore

When we were planning our trip to Kauai, we knew we didn’t have the money to stay in swanky hotels the entire time, so we looked into other options.  We knew about Air BnB, have heard some really good reviews, and even have some good friends who run one of their own, but we never had experienced it for ourselves until this trip.

We snagged an awesome 2 bedroom condo for an amazing rate (would have been even more amazing with another couple to split it with as there was room for at least 4 people) complete with all the amenities we could possibly want!  It had a kitchen and breakfast nook with a full ocean view, laundry in the unit, a lovely lanai, and the owners even had beach gear for us to use.  It was pretty awesome, and located in Princeville, just up the street from the glamourous St. Regis Hotel.

It had it’s own beach for residents, which actually was one of my favorite beaches of the whole trip.  It was great for snorkeling and was wonderfully quiet and secluded.  We were able to make our own coffee, and breakfast (which can add up if you’re having to buy it every morning at a coffee joint.)  And Husband even cooked a couple of fish dinners which we enjoyed in the flat!  
Bottom line?  I’d go back in a quick minute!  Mary’s place (as I affectionally call it) was the perfect retreat to get our holiday off to an amazing start, and it was a much more affordable way to experience the north shore.  And I think I may have been bitten by the Air B n’ B bug, cause now I want to use it for all of our travels and adventures!

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