We are grateful that Anthony focused on something that is important to us: safety. True that the house had a few poison packets in several strategic locations. These are placed out of reach for kids (back and below heavy furniture).
Nevertheless, we'll have these in bait stations when we'll place them back since we figured out a small pet could get one of them, for the first time since we offer our house to guests.
During Anthony stay, there were works in the small village: the electricity company installed underground cables. This type of works is obviously something that happens once in a lifetime. A pity for our guests this happened during their stay.
Our house is cleaned fully after each stay.
Anthony's remarks, however, may draw your attention on the fact is that an old house made of stone and wood in a beautiful setting in the countryside and that such cannot be as clean as a modern apartment made out of concrete in a city. Of course, I am a bit cynical, because the story of Anthony reports an experience, but it looks like it is not depicting Le Havre, a home we have a set up for an unforgettable positive experience.
What is maybe most a pity is that the pool cover worked very well by the time the previous guest left the home, and I can only suppose Anthony mistakenly but badly operated it.
Maybe we can conclude that if you look for problems, you'll find problems.