Jacqueline is correct in saying that the space is too limited in the downstairs bedroom to have a luggage stand. There is however plenty of wardrobe space. There would be room for a luggage stand in the top bedroom (plus plenty of wardrobe space) which we may consider as a useful addition. Ultimately, Jacqueline chose not to sleep in the top bedroom.
Jacqueline is however incorrect in describing our living room as 'the third bedroom'. Our listing shows it to be a common space with a double sofa bed and this is exactly what it is with two armchairs, several tables, cabinets, a TV and a sofa (which turns into a bed for those wishing to sleep there).
Jacqueline is unfortunately also incorrect in stating that our kitchen is subject to 'some refurb work'. What she is referring to is a former cooker flue void measuring 6 inches by 4 inches behind the cooker hood to the left-hand side high up in the corner which is blocked temporarily with rock wool and a polythene membrane to allow the area to breath (it being very important to do so with older buildings). Quite what Jacqueline was doing getting up there to inspect the void is unclear. The kitchen is otherwise fully equipped and we use it on a regular basis when we do not have guests.
Jacqueline has unfortunately also misrepresented the space in our home overall as 'tight', which is at odds with our description, the photographs taken by Airbnb themselves and all other reviews from guests.
You need to be over 6 foot 3 inches before you need to duck slightly going up the spiral staircase to the top bedroom. There is a beam in that bedroom, as is shown in the photos. As a 17th century former woollen mill, this is not out of character.
We are disappointed that our home did not meet with Jacqueline's expectations on this occasion and wish her and her relatives the very best with their travels elsewhere for the future.