|Re: Guest Rooms||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Bitner/Stevenson (lilbertearthlink.net)|
|Date: Wed, 10 Mar 1999 20:19:56 -0600|
-- Liz Stevenson Southside Park Cohousing ---------- >From: Yorick Paine <Yorick [at] tatudrums.abel.co.uk> Guest Rooms in the common > house: > > - Are they a useful addition to the CH? > > - What ratio of guest rooms to size of community? > > - Do they have other uses? We don't have any guest rooms and, so far, haven't missed having one very much. We've always had people who could accommodate others' relatives. Often during the summer, we'll have guests of one person house-sit for those who are away on vacation. This is not to say that a guest room mightn't have been handy on occasion, but if you look at what it costs to build one, it didn't make economic sense for us. There is another reason not to have a guest room; people with especially unpleasant relatives can send them to a hotel without appearing inhospitable, since our homes are so small.
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- Re: Guest Rooms PattyMara, March 11 1999
- Re: Guest Rooms Virginia Moreland, March 11 1999
- Re: Guest Rooms Judy Baxter, March 12 1999
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