1. Make sure the beds are made.
This means changing the sheets and making sure the bed is tidy.
2. Stock the fridge with drinks and food.
This could include putting out a variety of drinks, like sodas, water, juice, and beer, as well as snacks like chips and cookies.
3. Set up the wifi and TV.
This includes connecting to the wifi network and turning on the TV.
4. Clean the space before guests arrive.
This means wiping down counters, vacuuming, and taking out the trash.
5. Check that all appliances are working.
This includes checking that the stove, oven, dishwasher, washer and dryer are all in working order.
6. Hang towels and robes in the bathroom.
This means placing fresh towels on the racks and hanging up any robes or bath mats.
7. Place fresh flowers in vases throughout the house.
This could mean putting a single flower in a vase or filling a vase with a bunch of flowers.
8. Provide a welcome booklet with information about the area.
This could include maps of the area, information about local restaurants and attractions, and contact information for emergencies or if you need anything else from your guests.
9. Leave out snacks and drinks for guests to enjoy.
This means having things like chips, cookies, fruit, cheese, and crackers available for guests to help themselves to.
10. Make sure the house is well-lit and welcoming.
This means making sure all lights are turned on and there is no clutter lying around