You could start the day by having Jean-Claude, a cute pig...uh, I mean...French waiter, serve them soft-boiled eggs from delicate egg cups, in a sunny breakfast room.
Better yet, why not allow your guest the luxury of sleeping in after their long journey. Then suprise them with tea and scones, served on Blue Willow china in a blue and white guest room.
As the sun reaches it highest point in the sky, invite your guest outside for a casual luncheon on a shady, screened-in porch.
For dessert, it's time to relax on a pillow-filled swing, enjoying the soft breezes from whirling fans overhead.
As late afternoon approaches, challenge your guest to a game of Trivial Pursuit, played on an old trunk, masquerading as a coffee table. Don't forget the soft drinks and popcorn...just right to ward off that late afternoon sinking feeling.
Maybe it's cold outside and your guest would relish a nice, cup of hot tea or cocoa...served on a tapestry covered ottoman, in front of a cozy, warm fire.
Dinner might call for a formal gathering in a beautifully-appointed dining room.
Or, maybe your guest is the type who enjoys casual dining in an outdoor setting filled with lots of romantic candlelight.
Wait! Did you say your guest is a connoisseur of fine wines? I know just the place for a candlelit dinner.
You know, it's such a lovely evening, let's take our wine out onto the deck and have dinner there, amidst the flowers.