-false accusations about having company during my stay
-false accusations about leaving the place in bad condition
-bizarre expectation that I ready the place for the next guests
-nagging texts asking if the place was ready for the next people staying there
-scummy sink, backed up shower, linens only questionably clean
-my first and wish it was my last Airbnb
I was coming in late so I appreciate that Anthony left a key and called with instructions. I arrived Saturday around 9:30pm. I stayed at Anthony's by myself, slept in a sleeping bag on top of the bed and with my towel over the pillow. I left his supplies untouched except to move them off the bed. I was out before 7:00am on Sunday, but my experience with Anthony wasn't over.
At 12:49pm Sunday afternoon I received a text from Anthony:
"Hey Lindsey, thank you very much! I hope you have a great time at the event today. I was wondering if the place was tidy when you left because someone is driving in right now and I might not have time to go there. Best regards and safe travels, Anthony"
Although I didn't use anything (not even the sheets) I didn't answer the text because I believe it is the responsibility of the Airbnb host, not the guest, to ensure the space is ready for the next guests.
I received another text at 3pm urging an answer.
On Monday evening I received another text.
"Hello Lindsey, I am pretty upset how you left the place. It is obvious you had someone here with you."
You have to be kidding me.
"I am sorry if it was not you, but there are wrappers for something in the bathroom trash that alludes to someone being with someone."
Anthony, I recommend visiting your bnb between guests. Not only will it give you a chance to see how to place is left so you don't falsely accuse paying customers of inappropriate behavior, but it will also give you a chance to change the sheets and provide fresh towels and wipe down the bathroom, etc.
Airbnb, I am not impressed and I would never suggest to friend or stranger to be Anthony's "guest."