Thanks for the feedback Daisy. I really appreciate the reviews that are either positive or negative provided they are true as they help me improve for the next guests. Your take on the posted Damage Policy, however, was false and shocking for several reasons. Firsthand, I am sorry that I was not given a chance to correct or relieve your uncomfortable feelings the day you arrived when you had more than 5 hours to come down and discuss your questions about the notice. Even the next morning when you were leaving and we chatted on the deck while I was watering the plants, you pretended you had been ok with everything. Let me assure you and anyone else reading this response that I have NEVER had any issues with the Airbnb community doing damage, but I have other guests from other booking sites and it is to this group that the Policy was written. It is not for me to mention the sources from which those guests signed up from, but unlike Airbnb, I do not receive security deposits from those guests to cover damages. The posted sheet is one of Facts, Recommendations, and Requests. Nothing in that sheet is about Restrictions. You have used an incorrect word that is misleading to any person reading about the room, and you would do well to check your dictionary to learn the difference between restrictions and request. As for taking before and after photos, they are meant to deter non-Airbnb guests from doing damage. I don't know why that would make you feel any discomfort. We live in a world where we are photographed at grocery stores, airports, highway, schools, even offices on active monitors. That is not what happens at my place. I really am sorry you felt threatened by a simple request sheet and did not give me an opportunity to set your mind at ease. I wish you well.