By culture, education and wordiness I am not an average hostess. I go out of my way with joy to offer my guests extras. I arranged for this couple a fishing trip with my fisherman, gave them local tips, greeted them with cold beer, I took Ed daily to play tennis with my equipment and transportation to and from the court, of course free of charge (while his car was sitting on the driveway he never offered to drive once!). They were disrespectful of my space, and when I voiced it on the last occasion, while cleaning a raw fish juices they spilled all over my fridge (and I asked them repetitively not to use mine - they had their own fridge in the room) the wife burst out in anger, dragging her suitcase on my wooden stairs, leaving marks. Ed and his wife were difficult guests: an older couple with visible personal issues, which on unsolicited occasions wife voiced to me and eventually projected on me. By the end of their stay it was clear that they were unhappy people and not dealing with it. They should not stay in people's homes.
I did not want to leave them a negative review, as I did not want to disclose their personal issues, but Airbnb encouraged me to do so for the benefit of other hosts. So here you have it.