I'm glad you found it adequate. As to the coffee, I used to leave coffee, sugar, creamer, condiments, and other things that would make it convenient when I have to stay there, but guests would use them up and not leave any replacements. Some would complain about things being out of date, like the creamers that need no refrigeration, instead of throwing them out because they had actually gone bad. And then a guest threw all of it away including the things that never go bad, like mustard and ketchup, except for the coffee-filters and sugar. So thank the guest for no coffee. I can't keep up with that from 5 hours away. There is a Dollar Tree in the Ingles plaza 1/2 mile away that has coffee and sugar and milk and condiments and all sorts of foods in single serve sizes. There is a 24 hour Walmart about 2 miles down Old Buncumb Road. I'll probably still leave my open package of coffee here when I leave, but don't count on it being here when you get here. Somebody did leave coffee filters behind adding 200 to the 100 or so that were already here. And a big THANK YOU to the guests who are beginning to leave behind spices and condiments for the next guest.
If you want "style" this is not the place for you. Sleep is important. I spend money on mattresses. I've never owned new living room furniture myself. All my life, I've been trying to provide adequate housing for those who otherwise would be renting inadequate housing from a slum lord. To do that, I lived in the same neighborhood. I use my good credit to provide, collect less than the going rate for rent and struggle to keep up with the payments and the upkeep much of which is due to my tenants and guests who don't report damage and let easy maintenance turn into major repair. It's a little different with the Airbnb house, but I'm still having to deal with inconsiderate guests who leave the doors open and the A/C unit running, who ruin my towels with boot prints, who bring in pets that bring in fleas from outside, and other guess who bring cockroaches with them. I've recently had to put the house on a pest management program to keep the bug problem from getting out of control again.
I just had to replace the dishwasher, and order new Bed-bug-proof mattress covers to replace the ones that have deteriorated ( with a little help from a guest) and cover the new twin over double futon bunk mattresses (the futon gets a 2" layer of memory foam). Buy new sheets and towels to replace the ones that disappear or get ruined.
Fortunately, we have never had a bed bug problem here, but the beds will be protected and it will not break the bank for the couches and other furniture to be burned if any guest brings them into the house.
So, if you want style and better and can afford better, there are other airbnb places for you to stay. If you're looking for a value place to stay, this could be the place for you. We comfortably slept 9 people here over the holidays. One fell asleep on the couch, got covered in a blanket and said he slept best the last hour after he laid down from his sitting position. Another, who has a bad back, fell asleep in the chair with the ottoman woke up refreshed and not sore at all even though he was in a chair all night. This same man slept the first night on the sleeper sofa and found it to be very comfortable. The rest of us slept in the beds with the kids in the bunk beds and we all slept well.