I felt it necessary to respond to this review, as I feel it misrepresents the true nature of my interaction with Jon and Fany. Jon starts by saying I was rude to him. He turned up unannounced at 8pm on Sunday, and at first all seemed well - we all shook hands, including his sister Isa, who had told me that there would be no late nights from Jon as he was just visiting his family. Jon and Fany were never at home at any point that I was aware of during the day or evening - they came back always after 11pm when I was in bed. my house rules state clearly that guests must be in by midnight, and I make no apology for that. On the day that he claimed I locked him out, he had been due to leave, but instead of leaving me a note to ask about this, he had just left all their belongings in the room until late in the evening. I only know this because I thought they had left - I do not intrude upon my guests in their room at any time otherwise. It was for this reason that the door was locked for my own personal security - I had forgotten that they had asked to stay longer and that I had locked the door fully. I apologised to them for this. However, I was annoyed with them because it was 12.30pm, and for the third time they had broken my curfew. Perhaps Jon thinks that this is rude? It is the only occasion when we had any dialogue at all . Jon did not tell me that he would not be coming home on Friday night, and since he had once already left his possessions in my home without my permission after he was due to leave, I was concerned that he might do this again, and I had another guest arriving that night. Rather then risk another late departure, I put their possessions not " on the street" as he claimed, but dry and safe in my enclosed Storm Porch for them to collect. It is quite normal to set a departure time for guests. I am not sure why Jon found this so objectionable. I am usually very flexible over this with my guests, but on this occasion felt uncomfortable with this. Altogether, I found this to be a very untypical and unfortunate experience. I am sorry that Jon seemed to be so unaware of the needs of the people around him.