I had a guest today ask for drinking glasses which got me wondering: for those who do not have a full kitchen in a “entire space” listing, what types of eating and drinking supplies do you provide for guests?
I have a small kitchenette area with a small bar, mini-fridge, microwave, and electric kettle. I provide a large coffee mug and stainless steel stemless wineglass for each guest. I also provide a corkscrew/bottle opener. The kettle and glasses go on the bar, along with tea, instant coffee, light snacks, and a bottle of cheap wine (2-buck chuck).
Sometimes guests ask for silverware and plates, which I provide when requested, but I don’t stock in the listing because I advertise NO KITCHEN and don’t want guests washing dishes in the bathroom sink and clogging in with food. I prefer guests provide their own paper plates, as most do. This is the first time someone has asked for drinking glasses, as most guests use the wine glasses or mugs as water cups. I’m considering adding drinking glasses but don’t want to add extra clutter since everything is out on the bar, not in a cupboard. Would you add drinking glasses, or is offering three types of drinking glasses excessive with limited space?