Grr! Venting here guys… I have been informed by Airbnb that my last three guests have given me less than 5 stars for my location. So slap on the wrists for me! Haha! I’ll just pick my house up and place it right on the beach front and charge more money then…. Anyway… I am thinking of adding this ‘disclaimer’ to my listing and wondered if some of you would let me know your thoughts:
Please note before sending a reservation request:
Due to a small number of ‘Location’ stars in reviews having recently been lower than I would expect, please ensure that all the details in the listing are read and understood, and also take note of the studio’s position on the map. If the listing is read fully and guests then decide to make a reservation then it is unfair to then mark the location down. Furthermore if within the same review the listing’s details are also described as accurate then it does not follow to then mark the location low. The Location review score is subjective to what each guest requires; if a guest makes a reservation having read the details in the listing then they are choosing a location that they feel is a good fit for what they want. If a guests decides after their stay that the location was not ideal for them then the host is not accountable and therefore should not be penalised by a low review score which subsequently impacts on their overall review score. After all I can’t pick up the studio and move it
The studio is a good fit for you location wise if you want good quality accommodation on a quiet and friendly urbanisation with easy parking, a pool, appreciate fantastic views and don’t consider a less than 10 minute drive to the beach and village too far.
Thanks for reading.