LITTLE People Big World fans have shared their reasons why they would never stay at Matt Roloff’s Airbnb.
The patriarch, 61, turned his old family home into a short-term rental last year after failing to sell it for $4 million.
Despite the popularity of the family’s TLC show, many LPBW fans say they wouldn’t feel comfortable staying at Roloff Farms, which costs more than $590 a night.
In a recent online thread, some gave their reasons for not wanting to be a guest at the famous estate.
One shared: “I would feel so uncomfortable staying here especially when I see Amy’s reaction to the news that he is converting it into a rental. I would feel like an intruder…”
Amy, Matt’s ex-wife, made it clear on the final season of LPBW that she was upset that her old home was being opened to the public.
Another suggested: “I have a feeling that if he was on the farm he would make me not book it. As if I was being watched all the time.”
A third fan claimed that Airbnb has “too many rules for one vacation,” referring to the outlined boundary map on the listing.
“What happens when you cross borders? What happens if the dog goes over the red line?” asked the user.
The US Sun first reported in October that Matt converted Roloff Farms into a short-term rental after failing to sell the property for $4 million.
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During the Season 24 finale, he voiced his safety concerns as he prepared for the rental launch.
The father-of-four said he wanted to control the lock to the gate via a phone that he or his son Jacob could manage.
Amy pointed out: “You open this up to the public, you no longer have control over it.”
Matt’s friend Caryn Chandler shared, “He’s sweating, he’s already saying, ‘I don’t want to give them the access code!’ and ‘How do I know who’s here?’”
In a confessional, she continued, “I can’t imagine the first poor tenant because unless he’s out there with binoculars, I just don’t know what he’s going to do.”
The farmhouse has been a major bone of contention for the Roloffs since Matt failed to strike a deal with his twin sons, Zach and Jeremy, to sell it to them.
Zach has frequently lashed out at his father for the snub, saying their relationship “will not be the same.”
As an olive branch, Matt has made the new rental free for families to use year-round.
But Amy dismissed his idea, saying she would be “dumbfounded” if any of the children accepted the offer.
Amid the bitter schisms in the Roloff family, Matt believes he has taken steps to mend his relationship with his children.
“All I can do as a father and grandfather is continue to love my children and hope for the best,” he said in an emotional confession during the season finale.
https://www.the-sun.com/entertainment/7151114/little-people-matt-roloff-airbnb-fans-stay-reviews/ Little People fans reveal the real reason they would “never feel comfortable” in Matt Roloff’s Airbnb farmhouse