MADERA — On Tuesday, February 7, from 6 – 6:30 p.m., there will be a hearing before the Madera County Planning Commission regarding an application for a CUP #2022-017 to allow new construction of a home to be used as a bed and breakfast. This property is presently zoned RRS-2 Residential, Rural, Single-Family.
The hearing will be held at the Madera County Government Center.
About the Madera County Planning Commission
The Planning Commission consists of five members, appointed by the Board of Supervisors, representing each of the supervisorial districts within the County. Each Commissioner holds office for a term of four (4) years and/or until the appointment and qualification of a successor.
The Commission considers and takes action on land use applications including parcel maps, conditional use permits, variances, site plan reviews, appeals, etc. The Commission also makes recommendations to the Board of Supervisors on items such as rezoning, general plan amendment, text amendment, and subdivision map applications, where the Board must take the final action.
Madera County Planning Division
3rd Floor Hearing Room # 3005
200 West 4th Street
Madera, CA 93637
What Exactly is a Bed & Breakfast?
Bed and breakfasts, also known as B&Bs, are a unique type of accommodation that provides guests with a comfortable and personal stay. Unlike traditional hotels, B&Bs are typically run by owners who live on the property and offer guests a homely and intimate experience.
They are often a unique type of accommodation that provide travelers with a personalized, authentic, and eco-friendly experience. From the personal service of the B&B owners to the local cuisine and culture, staying in a B&B can make for a truly memorable travel experience.
One of the main benefits of staying in a B&B is the personalized service. B&B owners often go above and beyond to make guests feel welcome and comfortable, and many are knowledgeable about the local area and can offer recommendations for things to do and see. This can make for a more authentic and memorable travel experience.
Another advantage of staying in a B&B is the opportunity to experience local culture and cuisine. Many B&Bs serve a hearty breakfast made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients, offering guests a taste of the area’s food culture. Additionally, B&Bs are often located in charming residential neighborhoods, providing guests with a glimpse into the local way of life.
B&Bs are also an eco-friendly option for travelers. Many B&Bs are renovated historic homes, which have been repurposed rather than demolished. Furthermore, B&Bs often use environmentally friendly practices, such as recycling and composting, and may offer guests the opportunity to learn about sustainable living.