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6. Attend to their age. If people of various ages will share your guest space, make their zones suit them. Guests will feel most at home if you give thought to their individual needs. Young children may be more comfortable if you leave a stuffed animal on their bed, while adults may prefer a stack of books and magazines.
Make young guests feel at home. Make the stay in a new place easier on little ones by making their bed fresh and inviting and stocking their room with a few of your favorite childhood toys. Be sure to ask parents of young children in advance if there is anything you can have ready for them — borrowing a high chair from a friend, for instance, means the grownups can pack lighter.