SEC. 16-371.  DEFINITIONS.
   (A)   BED AND BREAKFAST INN - An establishment, originally built as a single-family residence, operated by a resident owner, and containing three to five guest bedrooms, each of which is available for rent to the general public for up to 29 consecutive days.
   (B)   TRADITIONAL BED AND BREAKFAST (HOMESTAY) - A traditional bed and breakfast is an establishment which contains no more than two guest bedrooms, each of which is available for rent to the general public for up to 29 consecutive days.  Traditional bed and breakfast facilities are also referred to as “homestays.”
(`64 Code, Sec. 36-7.8.2)  (Ord. No. 2165)