I work very hard to keep the master suite and bath (my listing) clean and comfy. My price is one of the lowest in the area and the location is amazing. This is probably why I have several repeat guests and am booked solid through September.
The rest of my house may be “messy” but it’s clean. By the way, it’s “messy” because I downsized from a 3200 square foot home with three kids. Oh, and I’m also sorting through two storage units of stuff left to me by my mother and grandmother. Your suggestion that I pick up my living room? Seriously? This is why my listing does not include use of the common space. My living room is my office and Pilates space. It’s not a space to entertain. I do have a number of guests sit with me in the room, but they do not have your level of personal needs.
Also, I do not advertise a “continental” breakfast. I have provided coffee and pastries to a few, extremely kind guests who leave very early in the morning. I know one of my reviews mentioned this so maybe that is where you got the idea.
You were, by far, the worst guest I have ever had. You were rude and completely disrespectful of me and my family. I actually called the Airbnb host customer service line to discuss your behavior when you were still here. I find it hilarious that when you first inquired about my space you wrote that “you would stay 2 nights, and maybe 3 depending on how things go.” As you know, that Sunday had already been taken weeks before you arrived.
I am now hosting a truly beautiful couple (inside and out) who have lifted my spirits and given me the strength to continue hosting.
I would strongly suggest you stick to private residences, or 4-5 star hotels.