Travellers Rest – How to unlock (Do you have a reservation) Achievement

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This tutorial, which explains various gameplay aspects that aren’t completely explained in the game, is for the accomplishment “Do you have a reservation?” Of all the achievements, it demands the greatest effort and time investment, therefore, I hope this tutorial is helpful.


I struggled with this achievement and stumbled over misinformation on how to get it, so I thought I should write a guide on how to actually get it.


  1. Maximum occupancy must be 50.
  2. Have 50 seats in your tavern. (More than 50 is not required.)
  3. Only customers in the dining area count towards the achievement. Rented room customers do not count.

Maximum occupancy of 50 requires your reputation level at least 18 and your satisfaction is +12.

Side note: For quite some time, I was under the false impression that satisfaction rating did not count towards maximum occupancy and that capacity levels were determined solely by reputation level. This belief stemmed from people claiming you could unlock the achievement at 49 max occupancies while other claimed there is max occupancy plus satisfaction; I believed my actual occupancy should have been 49 +11 = 60; unfortunately, this calculation proved inaccurate but since people kept telling me “just keep grinding a little longer until it unlocks”, I never questioned whether my math was wrong – though in fact it was.

I was made aware of this mistake on Reddit by u/jeffwolfe – []  and the credit and my thanks go to him. Thank you jeffwolfe!

The game doesn’t display it, but the reputation level comes with a base occupancy number. At level 18 the base occupancy is 38. Levels 19 to 21 do not increase the base occupancy number, therefore you need to raise your satisfaction to get the remaining +12 occupancy to reach the required 50 maximum occupancies.

Reputation & Satisfaction


Your reputation level increases when your customers are satisfied with their visit to your tavern. It takes a while to get to the level 18 reputation, but you will eventually get there by grinding daily. It helps to rent out rooms to get to 18 faster. Packing a lot of decoration into the rented rooms increases how satisfied the guests are when they leave. Rooms must be clean, but I recommend to hire a housekeeper. Please be aware that the housekeeper can get stuck if the placement of your decorations is too wild, so you might need to rearrange them if rooms are not getting cleaned.


To increase your occupancy gained from your satisfaction to +12, you can do the following:

  • Serve customers as fast as possible.
  • Kick out angry customers as fast as possible.
  • Have some of the trending dishes/drinks available. (I don’t have exact numbers on this, but for me, it worked only to provide the food but not the beers. The satisfaction numbers seemed to be just as high as when I offered the beers as well.)
  • Clean the tables and floors as fast as possible. (You can clean the tables anytime so they never go dirty.)
  • Have a reasonable comfort level by placing a variety of decorations. (Unfortunately, I don’t have exact numbers on the minimum level. From what I know around 400 comfort should do. The comfort level is displayed in the bottom right corner by the hearts when you are in decoration mode (B).)
  • Only open the tavern when you are ready and have prepared the necessary things. (Don’t leave for longer periods of time to gather resources, buy things, or take care of your animals. The bartender and floor worker aren’t enough to keep your customers happy.)
  • Place multiple enchanted brooms to keep the floors clean. (Their pathfinding isn’t perfect and sometimes a broom starts its way that is further away than another broom, but it is still better than having only one broom.)

Hiring the bartender and floor worker does help, but you can’t sit idle and let them do everything. I was stuck at +11 satisfaction when I didn’t help them. You will have unsatisfied customers if you don’t help. They are a bit too slow to keep everyone happy.

Tips and tricks

Table arrangement:

My thoughts for the tables were:

  • Have as few tables as possible. (Fewer tables means less tables to clean.)
  • Arrange them in a way, that I, the floor worker, and the brooms can navigate them as easily and fast as possible.
  • Put the tables as close as possible to each other to minimize the walking distances.
  • Place the tables as close to the bar as possible.
  • Place multiple enchanted brooms. (I placed 4: one at each edge of the dining area, but less will probably work as well.)

You need at least 9 tables to reach the required capacity of 50. I chose 7 large tables and 2 small tables, which is precisely 50. (The small tables allow relatively close placement infront of the bar while being able to walk around all tables on all sides.) It might help to expand the dining area and move the bar a little.

Comfort & Decorations:

Out of desperation, I went overboard and placed decorations everywhere. You don’t have to do this. A comfort level of around 400 should be enough.

Here are some tips: If you place similar decorations multiple times, the amount of gained comfort decreases until you don’t gain any additional comfort. Therefore place a variety of decorations. (The different banners are counted separately. This is also true for each different color of each carpet type, so feel free to place each version.)

Food and drinks preparation and setup:

I recommend preparing a good stock of trending dishes and drinks. Following the trends increases customer satisfaction. I usually had a selection of all dishes, but you probably don’t have to. You also don’t need to offer beers. Only offering the trending food items was enough for me to get enough satisfaction.

The most important tip I would like to give is: Don’t keep the beers in kegs! It takes way too much time to pull the beers at the moment when they are requested. If you want to offer beers, pre-pull them beforehand and put them in the book. There will be times when you can’t support the bartender and he is too slow to keep up. There will be a line forming and some of them will be annoyed that they had to wait.

Last preparations before you open the tavern:

Hire the bartender and the floor worker. They alone aren’t enough to satisfy your customers, but they take enough weight off your shoulders and fulfill their role while you are busy doing other stuff.

Hiring the Housekeeper. Actually, you don’t have to fire any house workers before opening your tavern; I just couldn’t think of an effective way of explaining this process. Once she completes her task, she leaves without incurring costs when no longer present in your tavern; in terms of cleaning rented rooms though, keep them employed so as not to become bothered by unnecessary worries! When trying this achievement you probably have enough funds available for all necessary workers; just take your pick of where best to use.

Priority list when the tavern is open

  1. Kick or calm rowdy guests as fast a possible. As soon as you hear that someone is getting annoyed: Stop doing whatever else you were doing and run!
  2. Candles must be on each table at 7 pm. Light fire no later than 8 pm. (Don’t light the fire before 8 pm or it will be too hot for your customers.)
  3. Serve customers their dishes, if there are multiple.
  4. Clean the tables before they are dirty. (Do a round and clean all tables from time to time.)
  5. Prepare additional food, beers, and other drinks. (You will eventually run low, so it makes sense to restock from time to time.)
  6. Only leave the tavern if absolutely necessary. (If you need to call back the barn animals for the night or if you forgot to feed them.)

I hope this guide helps. Please let me know if you have any questions.


My table arrangement:

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Maximum Occupancy, Reputation & Satisfaction:

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