Looking at the other reviews, I am not sure what happened or why my experience was so different. Maybe I just caught my hosts on a bad day or got off on a really bad food and that was it. I made the mistake of using the wrong address to get there, going to the farm itself, rather than the listed address for the lodging building, which is not at the farm but is a ten minute drive down some back roads through the woods. This led me to being extremely late getting there to check in. When I was met by David, I was shocked by how rude, unfriendly and condescending he was too me, speaking to me as if I must be stupid because I used the wrong address. Truthfully, it made me think seriously about just leaving and not staying there at all. I get that I made a mistake and used the wrong address and was very late. And I get that he had somewhere to be and I had made him late. Still, there was no excuse for being so patronizing and rude to me. I got a very quick look around the house, which left out certain details. No mention was every made of any kind of breakfast option, which was mentioned in the listing. I figured that for some reason, I just wasn't being given that option, even though I chose the place partly because that option was listed in the ad. During my multiple day stay, I never saw or heard from my hosts at all. This is especially disappointing after reading the other reviews, which describe them as extremely helpful. For some reason, no help was offered to me, no effort was made to help me with anything, for example, with finding places to eat or things to do in the area. As this was my first AirBnB experience, I figured that it's just not what usually happens, that hosts just don't usually do that, but from reading the other reviews, it sounds as if that actually does usually happen. It was just very disappointing. At least the room was cozy enough and the bed was very comfortable and afforded a good night's sleep. And, the location is perfect for getting away and getting somewhere very quiet, secluded and relaxing. Finally, David did redeem himself somewhat at the last moment, as I was leaving early in the morning. He thanked me for staying with a handshake and a smile, and was extremely nice. I don't know where that was when I first met him and checked in, I guess I just was there on the wrong day or at the wrong time. It sounds like others have had a much better experience than I did.