Hi, I'm Tarah!
My house is really a dream location for any visitor! It's close to the beach (only a 10 minute walk), Waikiki, Diamond Head, Kapiolani Park, Honolulu Zoo, The Aquarium, many restaurants, nightlife, and the bus stop.
You can walk everywhere and enjoy one of Oahu's best neighborhoods, with many things to do and see. I also create a very cozy, welcoming environment and my place is full of light. It's important to me that you feel very welcome during your stay:)
Your room has a big closet with plenty of space to hang clothes and store your suitcase. The view out your window is of Diamond Head:)
The bed is a Queen and very comfortable.
I keep the house very clean. You're welcome to use the washer and line to dry (eco-friendly). Clothes dry pretty quickly on the line and they smell really nice!
I provide extra sheets and towels during your stay.
There is free parking on the street and almost always a spot in front of the house. If not, no more than one block away.
You're welcome to use the full kitchen anytime. There is a stove, oven, toaster oven, and microwave, as well as cookware available. I provide hot tea and coffee as well that's available any time. There is plenty of space in the pantry and fridge.
You're also welcome to use the living room space for relaxing or working.
Interaction with guests
I have my own healing/coaching practice, so I work from home a few days a week. I'll be available to answer questions or help you with things to do on the island. I've been here for almost 8 years so I know my way around:)
Other things to note
I occasionally dog sit for two very tiny pups. If you are allergic, please let me know when you book and I will make sure to not have them at that time.
There is no A/C as is common in Hawaii. There is a fan in the room, and the house is usually breezy from the trade winds. There are a few summer months where it's warm during the day.
As of October 2017, there is construction going on a few houses away. It's not been loud on a daily basis and sometimes they don't even work, but there is the possibility that they begin construction at 7 or 8 am. If you like to sleep in, this may not be the best time for you to stay with me.
- I ask that you're respectful of noise between the hours of 10pm and 7am, Mahalo:)