Gloria mentioned in her statement when she accepted as a guest that there is an infant accompanying her and I discovered that it was an elderly lady who shared the bedroom and I added the extra bed for her companion for 2 nights as a gesture of goodwill. I accommodated her and her elderly friend out of compassion. In my advert I mentioned a single traveller and I accommodated her bringing another person.
Gloria spent the whole 8 days staying in the living room to make phone calls and cook during the day and spilt a lot of splashes of food on the walls of my kitchenette. The toilet wall and bathroom was not in a good state after she left my flat. I had to get the cleaner to do 2 hours to clean rather than one hour to clean up after she left.
I had a gold coloured throw and when she left I could not find it and it took me a whole day to find the bottom part of the throw as it was left behind the bed and of course I asked Gloria where she put the gold coloured throw. It is important to confirm where she put the throw. Hence the query which is a natural outcome when anybody cannot find something.
It was a most upsetting experience to have Gloria in my house as she was unresponsive to my welcome whenever she came back in the evening which is the time she goes out of the house.
I advertised my flat as a shared entrance and a loft flat. It is a flat and not a single room and everything is self-contained and there is privacy as again the flat has its own lock and key.
Also if she wants central London she should get a flat in Central London and the cost of the Airbnb would be more expensive to accommodate a Central London postcode would it not be? She knew the post code and it is advertised as in South East London and there are a lot of tourist attractions like London Eye, Lambeth Palace, Greenwich Observatory and many other attractions as I mentioned in South East London guide.
Everything is as stated in my advert.