Aloha: love, greeting
Welcome to Hale Pueo Kea, House of the White Owl.  Sit down. Relax.
Notice the gentle curves of the Kohala Mountains as they roll towards the ocean.  Is that a pueo, the Hawaiian owl, unusual because it hunts by day?
Or maybe even a white owl--they're said to bring good luck.
Akamai: smart, clever
Those who have visited the Big Island know that North Kohala is the place to be. The views are spectacular, the colors breathtaking, the foliage lush, the weather pleasant, the air clean and the people friendly.  
Hala Pueo Kea sits gently on ten rural acres, surrounded by tropical plants and flowers, each window a picture of rural Big Island life--horses, cowboys, wildlife, and of course, the ocean.  
Ulu: inspire
Architect designed to be reminiscent of an old plantation cottage, Hale Pueo Kea is playfully decorated, light and airy, modern and clean.  The house has two sections connected by a covered breezeway.  The large lanai provides a perfect place to enjoy the sunset as you prepare the barbeque.
The main living space for dining and cooking has a fully equipped kitchen, woodburning fireplace, and excellent sound and video system.
Huihui: constellation
For every star you see on the mainland, do you see ten in Kohala?  No, it must be 100. Or is it 1000?  You've got time to study the heavens and when you're tired, snuggle into one of the pillowtop queen beds.  If you're a nightowl, you can enjoy the living area without bothering those snoozing on the other side of the breezeway.  A sliding door in the bath divides the shower and toilet from the hallway sink where you can dry your hair while watching the horses play through the floor to ceiling window.