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Live in Suffolk. Work full time. Grandmother
Vanessa had booked the room for her friends who stayed with us for a week and were really lovely guests who we had spent a very nice time with.
Communicating with Vanessa about the small bits as in directions to our place and arrival times and details about her friends were always nice and straightforward.
So if Vanessa books a room for her friends or for herself I can surely recommend to accept the reservation.
Vanessa and her friend Joan were a pleasure to host for. They arrived in jovial spirits and that very much set the tone for the duration of their two night stay. Both were very witty and skilled in the art of entertaining conversation. We found them both to be warm and friendly people who were highly complimentary of the accommodation. Our spaniels were also very happy with all of the additional attention and cuddles that they got from both. Vanessa and her friend left their room as they had found it on their arrival and even tidied away all of their breakfast things before leaving. You'd never know that anyone had been to stay were it not for the very touching note which they left behind on the kitchen table to say thanks. It was our pleasure! We would happily welcome either or both back to stay with us in the future should they find themselves in Ireland again. Finally, we can highly recommend Vanessa as an airbnb guest.
It was great to host Vanessa and her American friend for over 20 years. I had my family staying with me during their stay and fitted in so well and we enjoyed their company. The weather was good and they made the most of it, having breakfast in the morning and conversing in the evening in the garden. Since Vanessa was a home guest, who knows London quiet well it was interesting to talk about London then and now. Hope to see you both soon and needless to ask if you had a pleasant hol. in Scotland and Ireland.