I wish we could do that. I’ve twice had to ask guests to leave when it became clear well after check-out time that they had no intention of doing so on their own. I generally give them whatever time I can before I go check how they’re doing. I don’t like to hassle people if it’s not absolutely necessary - especially families with kids, which these both were. I know how difficult it can be to get kids organized and on the road.
In the first case the parents were still drunk from the night before. Well, at least I could understand that one.
In the second case a family was still enjoying themselves (loudly) an hour after checkout time so I asked them if they knew that checkout time was 11am. They said that yes they knew that … and then they added that they didn’t mind if I wanted to start cleaning the cabin while they went for a swim. I stood there dumbfounded for a minute not really knowing what to say. Then I politely asked them to leave.
In both cases we got a terrible review. What can you do?