A well-stocked kitchen can be essential to the success of a vacation rental. People often choose to rent vacation homes rather than stay in a hotel because it gives them access to a kitchen in which they can cook their own meals. A kitchen that is not properly equipped can be extremely frustrating for a renter and could be the difference between a guest booking your home again or not.
Below are some checklists of items that you may want to provide for your renters:
• If you have a porch, deck or patio where people might be lounging or eating outside, consider providing plastic cups and wine glasses for your guests. A plastic pitcher is also a good idea.
• Make sure your dinnerware is microwave safe.
• Provide two times the amount of glasses, plates, and flatware that your rental sleeps.
Have a great kitchen but your bathroom could use some help? See From Drab to Fab: 5 Quick and Easy Bathroom Updates.
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