I have a five-bedroom beach house I’m just starting to rent out. We inherited the home furnished but are making some changes. We assume we will be renting to families who travel with one another (2-3 adult couples and their kids), so are trying to maximize bed space without making it ridiculous.
The two upstairs bedrooms will both have queen-sized beds. We have those beds already.
The three downstairs bedrooms have a total of five twin beds (2, 2, and 1 per room). Two of those twin beds are just camp cots, so we are getting rid of those and getting a full, which can fit a couple OR two kids.
In the smallest room, we are thinking of taking one of the camp cot mattresses and putting it on a trundle (under the existing twin bed, which does have space underneath). The room could handle two twin beds if one tucked away on a trundle but would be too tight with two permanent full beds.
Since we already have frames and mattresses, we are wondering about just getting something like this. https://www.roomandboard.com/m/catalog/kids/randb-kids-mattresses/randb-trundle-mattress/782802?articleNumber=782802&productGroup=19753&Camp=gshop_kids_randbkidsmattresses&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI_c2pqsea5QIVhaDsCh1-BQq7EAQYASABEgIvYvD_BwE
It’s hardly high end, but we assume the trundle would just be for those who would love the place… if it just had one more bed.
We also have a convertible sofa in the den that turns into a queen. So we are talking about the difference between sleeping 11 or 12 in beds.
Is it worth it, or does this look cheap/crappy, like we are just cramming in beds to up the number of people? I don’t want to be one of those listings that’s like “One bedroom apartment, sleeps 8”