Water lilies and a shade tree bedecked in orchids greet you at this forested bend in the road, where a gracious estate, built in 1870 for the plantation company doctor, continues the healing tradition with its wellness programs. The house has been restored and retains vintage pine floors, 12-foot ceilings, and the original windows. Rooms are uncluttered and charming, with private baths, one with a claw-foot tub. Revered Hawaiian healer Kahu Lyons Naone teaches traditional
medicine and hooponopono, literally "making right," on-site. There's a heart-rock labyrinth in the front yard to connect you with nature. A small massage hale stands beside a newly constructed barbecue area in a lush garden of ulu (breadfruit), lilikoi (passion fruit), sugarcane, bananas, and pineapple.