“The Crown!” [Emma said]
“Yes; if you and Mr. Woodhouse see no objection, and I trust you cannot, my father hopes his friends will be so kind as to visit him there. Better accommodations, he can promise them, and not a less grateful welcome than at Randalls. is his own idea. Mrs. Weston sees no objection to it, provided you are satisfied. This is what we all feel. Oh! you were perfectly right! Ten couple, in either of the Randalls rooms, would have been insufferable!—Dreadful!—I felt how right you were the whole time, but was too anxious for securing any thing to like to yield. Is not it a good exchange?—You consent—I hope you consent?
Emma by Jane Austen chapter 11 volume 2
Context: here Frank Churchill is trying to convince Mr. Woodhouse and his daughter Emma to come to the dance party, which the night before was agreed upon to take place in Randalls ( Frank's father's estate), but know it will be in the The Crown inn.
I'm really confused about the bold part, I vaguely understand that "he was too anxious to think of place to accommodate them.