A guest house is often mistaken with a bread and breakfast (B&B) establishment. However, there is are some minor aspects that differentiate a guest house from a B&B. Guest houses generally have a public area that can be used by the guests exclusively. The food options available at a guest house are generally more than the ones offered by a B&B. The manager or owner of the guest house usually stays in a completely private area of the property or lives in an offsite location.
However, the biggest differentiator is the different types of rooms that are available. While B&Bs usually have the same type of lodging arrangements or rooms available, a guest house has more to offer.
The top 4 types of guest house rooms that are popularly available are: