A property in Huskisson, NSW has been recognised globally as having an Airbnb Superhost.
Have you ever had a bad experience with your Airbnb? You won't have that issue with Larrelle, who has been officially crowned as a Superhost by Airbnb.
What does that mean?
Having earned and retained the status of Superhost for 20 consecutive quarters since the start of the programme in 2014, Larrelle takes joy in entertaining at her beautiful farm-stay on her 20-acre property in Huskisson and is now officially ranked as one of the world’s best hosts.
“I think it’s come quite naturally, which is a surprise to me, being a private person who’s more drawn to animals, but I really enjoy meeting people, hearing about their adventures and sharing what we have here,” she says.
At Larrelle’s property you'll find comfortable accommodation, the opportunity to relax and connect with nature as well as the added bonus of being around her three horses.
The farm stay has had a lot of success, but it's the joy on the faces of guests that make Larelle even prouder of her Superhost title.
“It’s very rewarding to me, especially to see how children react, coming from homes where they don’t have a dog, let alone horses and kangaroos,” she says.
“We’ve got a lot of guests who will come out and feed the animals with me or help to brush the horses,” she says.
“And guests will wake up to kangaroos bouncing around right outside their window. You can’t get that everywhere!”
How do you become a Superhost?
In order to achieve the Superhost title, Airbnb hosts are ranked by their average overall rating (4.8 or higher), a less than 1 per cent cancellation rate, a 90 per cent response rate and have hosted at least 10 stays in the past year.