hi, so sorry you didn't have the best experience, as superhosts, we take this very seriously. first I think you're mistaken... we've accommodated groups larger than yours without any mishaps. our listings are very clear. I ask every guest (particularly new airbnb users) if they've read and understood the our rules and how we run our listings prior to booking or checkin. many people say yes even if they don't. your review makes it seem like we add more rules when you check in but they are very clear from the beginning before you step in the house that my family and I live and work there. so if you find house rules unrealistic, then you should have determined that before making a booking. leaving every room as you found it isn't an airbnb rule, its one of the most common rule and most hosts listings if they live on site which our listing clearly indicates. the sign in the kitchen says you are free to use it just clean up after yourself after each use. this means do not leave unfinished cocktails or take out food next to the sink. it really affects my asthma. I Kindly reminded you this via message and am not sure how that means harass or scolded. the other common basic rule for many hosts is quiet time. as mentioned in the listing and welcome message, we live and work here. so quiet time is important, I think my mother asked you to keep it down at 8am because she was on a business call. the walls are think so it never is usually an issue unless it's a baby crying just to give you an idea. because guests normally leave lights on, we've set automatic timers on 2 sets of lights and are unable to control them remotely. you were the only guests in the house and saw food in the fridge that wasn't ours even after your check out so maybe it was someone from your group. long story short, help yourself become a better airbnb guest by reading the listing and rules first. communicate with the host through the app if there are any issues. and please ALWAYS consider other people you're occupying the property with including other guests or owners who clearly state that you're welcome to stay here as long as you understand that we live and work here and follow our clearly stated rules.