Enjoy the serenity and beauty of Kaneohe Bay and the Pacific Ocean from a beach cottage. Those lucky enough may catch a glimpse of the endangered Hawaiian Monk seal and Green sea turtle basking in the sun on our scenic beaches.
Each of the 13 2-bedroom units have a full kitchen, living and dining areas, cable TV, complimentary WiFi, ceiling fans, lanai, BBQ grill and daily housekeeping service. The Cottages at Kaneohe Bay are the perfect getaway for the whole family and out-of-town guests. The Cottages have one queen bed in each room to comfortably sleep 4 people. For planned gatherings of more than 12 guests, please inform the front desk at the time of reservation, restrictions may apply. No pets are allowed at The Cottages.
There is a seven night maximum stay and no checking in or out over the weekend. A three night minimum stay is required over the weekend with check in on Friday and check out on Monday. Four day weekends have a minimum 4-day stay over holiday weekends. Repeat reservations must be made three months apart. No tents are allowed at The Cottages. Exceptions to reservations may only be made for command sponsored events, such as retirement ceremonies, change of command or for weddings for active duty members aboard MCBH. For reservation timelines, view our FAQs. For for additional information, call 808-254-2806. Click here to see the room amenities.
These lodging facilities are a prized jewel at Kaneohe Bay. Located past the flightline, The Cottages front the coast of scenic Kaneohe Bay, with the pristine Pyramid Rock beach nearby. Relax on your deck or snorkel in the clear blue waters.
Please note: Specific beach cottage requests are never guaranteed.
All personnel and visitors aboard MCB Hawaii are required to obey the following airfield/runway movement instructions while operating a vehicle or on foot:
Use only the Mokapu Road crossing and obey all posted signs, road gates, and instructions from airfield personnel. Pedestrians and joggers are prohibited from crossing the runway. Failure to comply may result in loss of base access.