There's a coffee maker and coffee, but no coffee filter. There are two bikes, but the tires were flat. You can't lock the doors of the house.
Clean, artfully decorated with hardwood floods and marble inlays, countless statues, a gong, red lava driveway, a bit like living in a buddhist temple museum or botanical garden. The owner/designer/caretaker lives a 1 minute walk away and would probably give you his kidney if you needed it. It's important that guests know in advance that there is no traditional bathroom, rather there is a bathroom sink on the outside of the house, a toilet in a tiny private toilet room accessible from the outside of the house, and a separate not-so-private bathtub/shower shed about 10 feet from the house. This is Hawaii, so it's all cool. But a guest accustomed to showering in complete privacy needs to know there exists the possibility of being seen naked by a passerby. The location is great for exploring Puna and maybe Volcanoes National Park and downtown Hilo. The house is great for someone looking for a unique closer-to-nature experience, off the beaten path, as part of their Hawaiian vacation.