This is original request.
We are visiting friends for the weekend and wanted a place to stay during the cranberry fest, where we could be by the water and have more space to spread out. We are clean, quiet, and communicative. I am a high school teacher We hope to stay at your lovely place, it looks adorable.
This is email asking for a refund.
*The neighbor who was the caretaker for the house disturbed our trip
multiple times. He interrupted us when we first came in and talked for a
long time when we were trying to enjoy a quiet breakfast. Then he came
over again the next day and interrupted us as we took photos. Then on
Sunday he aggressively yelled hey come here when we were trying to walk a
few blocks away to get our rain coats. He made me uncomfortable the
first and third time he interrupted so we left sunday and did remain on
site because when you rent a home you want to be left alone and he was
being way too involved in our accommodations. We are requesting a refund
for the one night we did not use since we felt extremely uncomfortable
having this neighbor with a key right next door since he had already
come over three times in a less than 24 hour span. When you rent a hotel
they do not bother you unless you contact them. We did not ask “name of caretaker” for
help once and the disturbances were not welcomed for our private stay
in a quiet home. Please refund our final night since we vacated and
cleaned the property. Thank you.
Ahh taking photos was the groom wedding shoot and there were 15-20 people in the house. They came for a family wedding not a festival. Had she been upfront and asked me I probably would have been ok with it. She is new to Airbnb. She doesn’t understand that we “Hosts set the rules-not the guests.” The audacity of it all is mind boggling. If you stay at a hotel and have a lot of people in your room, you get a visit from hotel security. Entitled or what?