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Thank you, I have entered one week to try to find how to make a message to them under messages but I only see sent ones and inbox but can not create a message it dries me crazy now.
I uploaded a new property instead. Much easier it is up and running with the new adress...
For us having the vacation home in a remote mountain, almost no people that can be the staff, this is really really jard.
Before guests cleaned themselves, now we try to add cleaning but it costs the same as one night for us. Most guests books one night.
How to deal with this?
Am trying to explain, and most times it has worked well, I have lots of cleaning tools for the guests.
They are bringing their own towels and sheets.
I am trying to see what others in near by lr same village are dling and mentinioing but nothing.
Instead welcoming some guests with more personal info, and giving chocolate, in tge local store not ecen any alcogel to by for us to out there.
We have 400 km one way to our place..
I find it that some guests are releaved not to be reminded by corona, we have a small vacation appartment. Just providing soap now, before they needed all these themselves.
Do you think we should add more?
I find that taking all photos at the same moment is good, inside at least, for the sane kind of lighting.