A bed and breakfast (B&B) is a small lodging establishment that offers overnight accommodation and breakfast. Bed and breakfasts are often private family homes and typically have between four and eleven rooms, with six being the average. In addition, a B&B usually has the hosts living in the house.
Bed and breakfasts (also known as B&B) provide a comfortable place to stay for one to two nights. Because breakfast is included in the package, there is usually a wide variety of meals to pick from, including eggs, meats, and whatever else is available within the bounds of the house. B&B are often residences that are rented out for people to stay in, and they are usually privately owned. There will most likely be an open kitchen and room variants.
B&Bs typically have a smaller, more intimate staff that interacts with visitors as if they were a part of the property itself. Finally, rather than sterilely performing activities for the guests, the purpose is to get closer to them.
CRITERIA FOR ELGIBILITY
Only properties that are properly registered under the law are eligible for registration under the bed and breakfast system. Additionally, properties that are under lease can be used for the B&B plan.
· Those who have been convicted of a criminal offence or who have been declared insolvent but have not been discharged are ineligible to participate in the scheme.
· The candidate must live with his or her family in the same house.
· A minimum of one room and a maximum of six rooms can be rented out by the applicant. Adults can sleep in a maximum of two beds in each room.
· Once an applicant has applied for classification, he must adhere to the date designated by the Regional Classification Committee; no deferments will be granted, and the classification will be valid for two years.
· Property, water, and energy taxes will not be charged at the commercial rate.
BENEFITS OF B&B LICENSE
According to Section 16 of the Bed and Breakfast Act of 2007, the establishment is not to be treated as a commercial unit and is only obligated to pay power and water tariffs applicable to domestic or residential use, as well as property tax applicable to residential tenanted premises, with respect to the portion of the premises let out to the guest, fully or partially as the case may be.
B&B LICENSE VALIDITY
03 years from the date of registration certificate issuance. There is no renewal procedure. When the registration certificate expires, the applicant must reapply.