If there is any way to give your guests their own bathroom, do it.
No one likes sharing bathrooms with people outside the immediate family.
Make sure the door locks. If it doesn't, add a hook-and-eye closure so that your guest will know that your 3-year-old won't be walking in on her.
That thoughtful little privacy accommodation is one of the best ways to say: "Welcome! I'm glad you're here!"
Best of all, you don't have to spend a fortune to create a beautiful, cozy private retreat.
Always stash a tub of disposable disinfecting wipes in the bathroom so you can sneak in and clean up when visitors arrive unexpectedly or for a quick touch up during the weekend visit.
Consider these luxuries, too, if you can:
No-nos here include adding anything scented. What smells fresh and clean to you may gag your visitors. And some people are allergic to certain fragrances. (Really.) The best scent is no scent, and that includes air freshener sprays, scented drawer liners, and scented candles.
By providing your weekend visitor with everything they may have forgotten at the last minute, you'll help ensure the stay in your home is a comfortable, stress-free one.