Thank you for your review of our character. I would like to address a few things mentioned in your review. The listing is titled "open concept basement space", and I titled it as such because I never wanted to mislead people into thinking they were getting room, because it's not a room, it is space. There is a clear divide between the basement space and the laundry space, but as I stated, it was never advertised as a room. There is no divide or no door, but those things would also make it a room. We are currently in the process of getting a divide, but for now that is why the room is titled the way it was. The bathroom mentioned is the first thing you see when you come down the stairs, before you even see the space designated for the basement space, so there is no physical way to walk through that space to get to bathroom. Now maybe he meant that he can see the bathroom from where the space is, but the other guest can easily go to the bathroom without seeing him. Next, the gentleman above's schedule was such that he never crossed paths with the other guest, so that was never even an issue. He worked from 7pm to 7 am, and the other guest would be off to work before he came home, and wouldn't get home until late at night when he was already gone. The cat issue: he never addressed this issue with me, so I had no idea this was even happening because I was at work. Had he mentioned it, my partner would have simply removed the cat, as she is an indoor/outdoor cat. Also, there was no way for the guest to know that cat would wander through the night, because he was not there. However, he never once brought that to my attention. My child: I state in my house rules I have a two year old. Two year olds are two year olds, as quiet as they can potentially be, they are still two. I state this so people who may potentially have an issue with this won't book. He slept during the day, so I get how that can be annoying, but she was also gone during the day two out of four of the days he was there, so again, if he had addressed that with us, we could have came to some compromise. However, I can't change a two year old, so I shouldn't be negatively reviewed for an issue that I was transparent about prior to him booking. I think this guest, due to his job, needed a space that he did not do his diligence to make sure he received prior to booking, and that's unfortunate, but that's no reason to leave a negative review based on that. Simply, he should have booked a quiet room with no children in residence. And had he communicated that directly to me, we could have addressed it then. I wish him all the best, and hope in the future he takes the time to communicate his concerns so that he can have a better experience.