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Fire tables in an Airbnb


#1

Does anyone else have one in their listing? Is this a good idea as far as safety goes? I don’t want to create any hazards that could result in a liability lawsuit. Can I add something to my house rules saying guest accepts all risk?


#2

You can’t add in house rules that aren’t legally enforceable such as denying liability.

Airbnb has liability insurance for hosts in certain countries (See Airbnb Help Centre)

Personally I wouldn’t have a fire table but I know hosts particularly in the US seem to have BBQs and outdoor fires.


#3

We hav a propane fire table on the porch but it isn’t used very often because we charge a $35 security deposit and $10 per night. It’s kind of a pain in the but the people that do want to use it don’t think about asking before hand and i have to go and fill the tanks and then show them how to use it. The worst thing that someone had done to the fire table is actually have a real wood burning fire in it that was very upsetting moment .


#4

We just cannot have any real fire outside around our place. But a double size Himalayan Salt (rock like pieces) electric lamp I hope will provide the “burning coals” look in our outdoor space.


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