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me feel the same sometimes. :-))
Important. Put up a friendly sign in the guests bedroom stating that self catering is not available. Put a kettle and coffee, Tea, snakes, all sorts of nice goodies in there room. When they arrive have a long friendly welcoming chat with them and that is the best time to make house rules clear to the visitors. Do it when the ARRIVE. :-)
Always be nice, caring, welcoming and kind to your guests. But if you are doing BNB from your home ( the rooms in your home ) then you should stay with you visitors all the time they are out of there rooms. Just be nice, keep them company.
Here is a useful tip. When your guests arrive tell them about AND show them all the AMAZING place to vist is the area. GET EXCITED FOR THEM. For myself, I have prepared loads of couldfull pictures of the many lovely places to go to in my area. Remember they are strangers to your town and may not know where all the exciting places are to go to. Or you could have then sitting at home watching TV all day.