This was my first AirBnB stay. I arrived as a single female who drove cross country alone to close out a storage unit, so of course I was concerned with safety, privacy and the neighborhood so that my vehicle and/or items in it wouldn't get jacked. As well as whether the host would be creepy or not. But: The customer ratings were true. 5 stars! Communication was clear and response rate excellent. Tim (the host) is friendly and accommodating and offered plenty of space and privacy outdoors (where there is hot tub and lawn chairs for sunbathing), but was also willing to meet in person, shake hands and chat a bit. He wasn't here when I arrived but he let me know in advance and sent clear instructions on how to enter the day before check-in, and I had no difficulties getting in and out on my own. He provided his cell number in case I had any challenges locking up, and/or if I had requests or questions regarding the rental. There was a variety of warm and cold bevs in the rental/casita (soda, water, beer, tea, hot chocolate, a Keurig coffee maker, mini-fridge, microwave - so awesome!!). No kitchen, so must wash hands in bathroom. Found paper towels under bathroom sink, and Kleenex on microwave. No eating table, (but he may or may not have had a small folding table upon request, I just didn't ask), so I laid the fresh kitchen towel he had on the dresser next to the Keurig onto my lap and it worked just fine. I requested paper plates and he provided. There were spoons, coffee cups both for indoors and “to-go” and a plastic wrapped bundle of a spoon, knife and fork. Bathroom had extra towels and pillows in closet, shower w/tub had bottles of shampoo, conditioner and body wash. Closet in bathroom had hangers and racks for clothing. Had unopened toothbrush in bathroom mirror. Blow dryer and extra toilet paper was under the bathroom sink. Bed was comfortable and perfect for one person, but it can also fit two people cozy. Alarm clock on one of the 2 night stands on either side the bed, each with a lamp and one of which has an ottoman underneath it with stacks of tourist magazine and travel infos. There was a dimmer switch that looks like a little black box on the bedframe for the bedside lamps so that I didn’t have to get up to turn off the lights once drowsy for sleep. Several lighting options, celiing fan and windows for plenty of natural light during the day. There was wireless internet with the password inside the casita, TV (basic cable, I think - check out CometTV, it's hilarious), lots of electrical outlets, he even gave me tape for my boxes in my car and offered to donate what I couldn't fit from storage. Above and beyond! Thank you Tim!