A very attractive yurt-like design. Huge bathroom including shower and big copper tub. The kitchen area is quite nice. A pair of induction hotplate units serve as a stove top and work well for basics but don't plan to cook a Thanksgiving feast here.
Although, its not officially part of the amenities, the owner offered fresh papayas from his trees and eggs from his hens. Don't count on these as the trees and the hens have their own schedules!
You may find you share the unit with a gecko. Don't freak out geckos are good. They are clean, don't bite people and control insects better than chemicals. (This is tropical island and insects come with the territory.)
The location is very good as you can drive to any part of the island from here in a reasonable amount of time. The local town Waimea (Kamuela) is not a resort location, however, it is an odd amalgam of astronomers, farmers and cowboys. If you are looking for resort type action drive down the western slope to the south Kohala area. Basic suburban amenities like grocery stores, gas an a decent restaurants can be found in Waimea with only a 10 minute drive.