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Guide for receiving your guests

Hi host! Whether you have been on our platform for a long period of time or you are just new: every Campspace visit is a new adventure. Every adventure needs some preparation. That is why we have written a guide for receiving your guests.

Hi host! Whether you have been on our platform for a long period of time or you are just new: every campspace visit is a new adventure. Every adventure needs some preparation. That is why we have written a guide for receiving your guests.

1. Preparation
 

Whether it is summer, fall, winter or spring, every season needs her own preparation. This can diversify from clearing up leaves in the garden, to adding extra warm elements when you rent out a caravan, to cropping wood for fire, to preparing the barbecue. Every time a traveler visits, consider whether something can be done to make the stay even more comfortable.

2. Extras: Breakfast, rental or wood for fire 

Invite your guests for breakfast, rental equipment, such as canoes, or invite your guests for dinner. Do you have more to offer than just your camping spot? If you want to spoil your guests with freshly baked bread from the bakery nearby, or let your guest borrow your beautiful canoes; this provides just a little extra service. Decide in advance whether you want to earn extra money on this. You can include this in the price and describe the extra service it in your description. You can also present your options to the guests in the chat before the visit.

 

3. Show the way
 

It is important that guests know exactly where the campspace is located. Make sure the address details in your profile are correct. Tell your guests that when the payment is complete they will see your telephone number and address, which they can look up if they cannot find the campspace.
 

4. Be clear

After the guests have arrived at your campspace, you can set a few rules. Where can they throw away their waste? What facilities can guests use? Is it allowed to smoke? How should the nature surrounding the campspace be treated? Tell your guests on arrival. This way you know for sure that your campspace is handled properly and guests know where they stand. Happy Camping! 

5. Enjoy your company 

Have a nice chat next to the campfire or give each other the space to enjoy the peace and beauty of nature. Each host interacts differently with its guests. 

6. Positive goodbye 

The guests are packing their tents and are ready to leave your campspace. If you want to get more out of your campspace, take action! Ask if the guests write a review about their experiences on your campspace. These reviews are shown on the website. This increases the chance that campers will visit your campspace! They can send there review to hello@campspace.com

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