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For serviced accommodation there are two separate schemes - one for hotels and one for guest accommodation. All accommodation is put into a category as described below.
Hotels have a minimum of six bedrooms, but more likely to have 20+ rooms.
Small hotels have a maximum of 20 bedrooms and likely to be more personally run
Guest accommodation categories
Guest accommodation is the category which encompasses anything from one-room bed and breakfasts to the larger places found in our coastal resorts, which may offer dinner and may be licensed.
Bed and Breakfasts accommodate no more than six people. It's like staying as a special guest in someone's home
Farmhouses offer bed and breakfasts and sometimes dinner, always on a farm.
Guest Houses tend to have more than three rooms and may offer dinner to their guests. Some may be licensed.
Inns are pubs with rooms that serve food in the evenings, as well as breakfast. Sometimes access to guest accommodation may be restricted during the day; you will be advised on booking. Guest accommodation tends to be personally run by the owners.