Bali Style Tiny Cottage in Hawaii

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Open Living Space

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Outdoor Shower

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Dining and Living

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Surf Shack Bathroom

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Outdoor Kitchen

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On the Map

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Images: Airbnb

This little Bali style cottage in Captain, Cook, Hawaii is just awesome. It’s at Kealakekua Bay and is nestled under a large beautiful ficus tree in the peaceful and historic Napoopoo Village and it’s about a minute walk to Manini Beach Park.

The cabin is built with reclaimed bali teak panels and uniquely decorated with antiques and surfboards all over the ceilings. And I like the outdoor kitchen, too. I absolutely love it just as it is, how about you?

For more info/pics and booking info click here.

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Tiny Treehouse Bungalow with Ocean View in Hawaii



















This tiny treehouse bungalow/cabin is just 250 square feet and has a loft up top with a full size cotton futon and another full lounger below. The best part? The windows and view of the ocean.

Even the shower has a glimpse of the water. On the property you’ll find two other rental cabins along with a communal yoga deck that also overlooks the ocean.

To learn more and possibly even book your stay in this treehouse click here.

We have boards for you to use, kitesurfing, windsurfing, standup-paddle, even a kayak… and we love sharing our (30+ years) local knowledge.

The north shore features world famous beaches for surfing and spectating sept-april. Our summer tends to be calmer and swimming, sunning, stand-up paddle boarding and windsports are the call. December books up early for world championship surf contests, when the north shore is a mecca of surf excitement.

The island of oahu is a treasure trove of adventure with helicopter tours, horseback riding, kayaking, whale watching, and sightseeing. take in a lagoon swim at beautiful Waimea falls and park, or attend a traditional luau and island show at the polynesian cultural center, just 9 miles from your jungle nest. There are Bicycles for your use and a 4 mile path along the beach for that.” (Source)

Learn more about this bungalow treehouse and book your stay here if you want to.

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Tiny Cabin with Beach View in Hawaii


This is a tiny cabin (that feels like a treehouse) you can rent located literally right by the beach of North Shore in Hawaii as you will be able to see in the pics below. This is just one vacation I am so in love with (and am probably going to start saving up for to go myself).

As you can see the exterior really fits the setting of a treehouse in Hawaii and I really like how it’s surrounded by all types of trees (avocado, banyan, mango) and black lava rock which makes it feel like the perfect sheltered getaway.

The host of this cabin/treehouse says that some of his guests visit specifically to meditate and do yoga so there is a huge communal yoga deck overlooking the beach on the same property.

The unit itself is 250 square feet and features a very impressive interior which you can see below.


I love this view from the treehouse overlooking the beach (which the host states is world famous for surfing).


Another stunning view of this awesome treehouse below.


Something the host noted that I found interesting is that Hawaii is home to some of the best grown organic foods in the world which locals call “food of the Gods”.

I really encourage you to see the many more photos the host has here as they are all breathtaking and check out the great reviews from the guests that have already visited. Makes me really want to go!