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Great for two travellers
why does my property say great for 2 travellers when its a 2 bedroom (double, and 2 singles) little house ?
No. We have had families and groups stay. It is wrong - by history, by building, by usage...
A mistake is a mistake. i dont care if you think its a computer, i understand computers are made and programmed by people. Next time a 'computer' labels you a cloud or a rock i'll remind you that i was the one to say Its Wrong and needs fixing.
Hi Jonathan Webb,
I believe the tag only appears when doing a search for 2 guests, when doing a search for larger groups it does not appear. It's also based on past reviews, say if you've had a lot of reviews left from couples who had previously stayed at the property, the system may prioritise this tag for the listing.
I know we also have other tags such as "Great for families" or "Great when travelling with pets" that are also dependent on what the guest has inputted in their search and past reviews.
Thanks for the reply. As i've only had families/groups staying in the house, and its advertised as a family house, i am surprised as the "great for a couple". I dont think its based on peoples reviews, however, as none of my reviews mention numbers of visitors. Maybe its just linked to the search...