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Thanks for your insight!
Thanks for your response. Not really sure, why you take such a biased stance? Nothing lost in translation, you got the issue correct. To clarify still, we provide the clean towels and bed linen based on the number of guests. Thus they do not need to bring any. Just like going to a hotel, except it's a villa.
What really bothers me, is that this is cheating (in Finland we don't like that in general, and I have noticed the same in many other countries I travelled as well so nothing cultural probably).
The bed linen etc. need to be used also for hygienic purposes, but also in order to "protect" our sofas and beds. We also want to guarantee our next guests, that the bed linen has been used. Now we can't really say for sure, but only do guessing.
So neeext suggestion, please! :-D