The above review leaves me no choice but to sort out the facts. First of all, the question of address. The guest was informed by Airbnb after booking about the exact address. In addition, he received the exact address (and confirmed his receipt) in correspondence with me prior to arrival. I do not take responsibility for improper use of navigation by the guest. Secondly, the trauma of the leg, which the guest mentions, occurred before coming to me when leaving the bus in Krakow. Despite this, the guest decided to come by train with two suitcases and a sick leg. Accomplishing this, the map was incorrectly entered to the navigation and it led to huge problems with the getting the place, but responsibility for this is in hands of the person who puts the address into the navigation, but not in my hands. He received huge help from the residents of my village because they knew me, although they did not necessarily know my address, but he was taken to the place by car.
Secondly, the time to leave home. According to the house rules, the check-out time is 12.00. The guest was informed about the necessity to leave the house at 12.00 three times. Before he arrived in a telephone conversation, which he accepted with the statement that he was ok, that he was flexible. Second time in the middle of the stay by my co-host, and for the third time the day before check-out via the Airbnb communicator. On this message I received the answer in the morning of the leaving day, that the guest had arranged for a friend at 17.00. Unfortunately, due to my personal reasons (subsequent private guests - BTW, my personal reasons for determining have no significance for leaving the house should not matter), I insisted at 12.00 as the time of moving out. I asked him to leave at 12.00 several times, as evidenced by correspondence. In a situation of great stubbornness of the guest that he is going to stay until 17.00 I had to be relentless. The guest used all tactics to achieve his goal, from blackmail and manipulation to taking on pity.
I treat my guests responsibly and understand that they are adults. If I am arranged for them with something, I am counting on mutual agreement.
In addition, if the guest, despite knowing that he has to leave my house by 12.00, he makes an appointment with his friend at 5:00 pm, it is his job to organize a time that he will be happy with. The information I received from my neighbours showed that he was nowhere to be found and awaited. The neighbours also informed me about the strange behaviour of the guest, for example about entering the fence, despite having keys to all entrances.
Finally, the guest in his review does not mention that my neighbours brought him food, because they were sorry for the leg; that my co-host beard his leg and offered help in getting to the doctor; that he took some food from the fridge which he did`t buy (without asking and in the attitude that he belongs); that he delayed cleaning his dirty plates and cups stood for breakfast all day in the sink; that I gave him (admittedly for a fee, but in trust) his scooter, which he could move freely around the city and that he used up all the gasoline in it and not even he refuelled, although he got the whole tank at first.
I have support for all the above-described facts in correspondence, witnesses' accounts and neighbours.
Without comment, I leave the issue of radical opinions expressed by the guest, the issue of the assessment of the surroundings (the matter of taste, there are those who love being close to the forest and nature) or opinion about my dog who has extraordinary intuition about people, which I have already experienced many times.
In conclusion, the guest got everything we had an appointment for, although he probably did not get much due to his demanding attitude. Perhaps as a host he is great, but as a guest he can not deal with an attitude that respects both sides of the host relationship, not just his own needs. His review also proves that he often manipulates the facts of how comfortable he is.
As I mentioned, I definitely do not recommend it in a situation in which you invite someone to your home, you want to host him, and he is not able to appreciate your engagement.