Building a Guest House on Your Property. While it is always fun to have guests come and stay for a few days, things can get a little cramped with everyone under the same roof. One way to alleviate some of that stress is to have a guest house built on the back end of your property. This arrangement will ensure that everyone is comfortable and gets to enjoy a greater measure of privacy during the stay.
A guest house does not have to be all that elaborate. All you really need is a comfortable living and dining area coupled with a kitchen that allows your guests to prepare simple meals if they like. A bedroom with a decent amount of closet space and a comfortable bedroom suite will ensure that everyone gets a good night's rest. Make sure the guest house is outfitted with plumbing, electrical wiring, and a decent heating and cooling system that your guests can adjust to suit their preferences.
For your part, having a guest house means that the routine in your home does not have to change that much while you have company. Everyone can take meals together, enjoy games and in general spend as much time as they like. When the evening is over, your guests can retire to the house and either continue to stay up until the wee hours or settle in for a nice long sleep. You in turn can either follow your usual night owl routine without worrying about bothering the guests or turn in yourself for a bit of sleep.