Berrodin Bed & Breakfast


Hours of Operation: Berrodin Bed & Breakfast is open 7 days a week from 9:00am until 9:00pm. 

Age Restrictions: The minimum age for check-in is 18-21, with prior authorization from the property owner.

Smoking: This is a Non-Smoking & Non-Vaping Facility. Guests are able to use a designated smoking area outside.

Parties: We do not allow any kind of parties on the premises. Drunkenness will not be tolerated.

Quiet Hours: Quiet times begin at 11:00 pm and end at 9:00 am.

Check-In and Check-Out:

* Guests may Check-In beginning at 3:00pm through 10:00pm, and Check-Out is by 11:00 am. 

* Early Check-In & Late Check-Out times are available for purchase ($25.00) and subject to ability.

* Guest who do not Check-Out by 11:00am will be charged an additional $50.00 late Check-Out fee.

* Guests who have purchased a late Check-Out that leave later than the mutually agreed upon time will be charged an additional $50.00 Late Check-Out fee.

Continental Breakfast:

We do provide a free continental breakfast that includes the following:

Breakfast Food Choices:

Hard Boiled Eggs, Various Flavors of Quaker Oatmeal, Oikos Triple Zero Yogurt, Thomas English Muffins, Various Granola Bars, Natures Bakery Fig Bars, And Fresh Bananas.


Tropicana Orange Juice, Almond Milk


Kerrygold Pure Irish Butter, Organic Strawberry Jelly, Horizon Organic Half & Half, Local Organic Honey, Xylitol, Sugar In The Raw, & Turbinado Sugar.

Hot & Cold Beverages:

We do provide a vast selection of Hot (Coffee & Tea) & Cold bottled drinks for the convenience of our guests for a nominal fee. In an effort to keep room rates low here at my property, we chose to start charging for coffee. My desire was to keep room rates low for all of my guest, including non-coffee drinkers. Therefore we charge a nominal fee for coffee to offset the cost of the equipment, supplies, and coffee condiments. 


Guests are able to park in the driveway free of charge. There is also street parking.

Parking is not available for oversized commercial trucks. Traditional U-Haul Trucks are able to park here with prior authorization from the property owner.

EV Charging Station:

Guests are now able to charge their electric vehicles overnights here at Berrodin Bed & Breakfast. We have one Charge Point Level 2 Charging Station. We will be charging a flat rate of $20.00 a night for vehicle charging.

(Long Term Guests: We are willing to negotiate different rates based upon usage.)


We only allow pets in Bedroom 2 with prior authorization from the property owner. Pets, when they are not actively with their owner, need to be crated and are not allowed in the beds.

*Maximum weight limit 30 pounds*

Customer Pricing Notice:

* A 3% service charge will be applied to all card brand sales.

* Guest Rooms needing excessive cleaning when guests Check-Out will be charged an additional $50.00 cleaning fee. (Carpet requiring the need to be steam cleaned due to negligence, Odors, pet stains, coffee stains, or any unreasonable needs)

Cancellation Policy:

* The guest can cancel free of charge until 14 days before arrival. The guest will be charged the total price of the reservation plus taxes if they cancel in the 14 days before arrival. If the guest doesn’t show up they will be charged the total price of the reservation. 

* Weekly rates are Non-Refundable, due to the 20% discount.

* Any bookings made 6 months or more prior to your date of stay are Non-Refundable.

* Group Bookings: Bookings that involve guests using/booking two rooms or more are non-refundable.


Guests can use the hot tub from: 4:00pm – 9:00pm.

Rates Per Hour:

1-2 Guests $35.00

3-4 Guests $55.00

5-7 Guests $75.00

Please reserve the hot tub when booking your reservation to ensure the hot tub is available at the time you desire during your stay.

  • We do provide decorative towels and embroidered robes for your convenience.
  • All guests are required to shower prior to using the hot tub, and all lotions and makeup must be removed.
  • We would encourage you to bring flip flops or sandals to wear during your stay.
  • Proper attire is required.
  • Sexual activity is not allowed in the hot tub.
  • Pets are not allowed in or near the hot tub.
  • Keep food & beverages away from the hot tub.
  • Smoking or Vaping is not allowed in or around the hot tub.
  • Do not consume alcohol, drugs, or medication while using the hot tub.
  • Do not use the hot tub if you have open wounds.
  • Do not exceed the maximum occupancy of the hot tub (7 people).
  • Do not use the hot tub during thunderstorms.
  • Properly put the cover back on the hot tub after use.
  • Do not sit or lie down on the cover.
  • Damage caused by the guest or a member of the guests’ group due to abuse, misuse, or violation of these rules is the responsibility of the guest.
  • Violating these rules will result in a fee.


Hot Tub Rules

Hot tubs are wonderful amenities. We want our guests to enjoy the hot tub and be able to enjoy without interruption their entire stay. With weekly chemical balancing and cleaning, the hot tub should remain sanitary for you use. But abuse or misuse can result in an unusable or unsanitary mess! Make sure you know and follow the rules.

No Children Allowed

A hot tub is not a kiddie pool. Use by children is prohibited. Use by pre-trained toddlers and infants, even with swim diapers, is not only dangerous for the child but will make the tub unusable very quickly. Never put babies in a hot tub.

Unlike a swimming pool the amount of water is quite limited, and any contamination can quickly overwhelm the chemical and filtration system. Once chemicals are depleted from any organic matter (urine, body oils, algae, food or drink) the hot tub, due to the higher temperatures of the water, will allow bacteria to grow and will become smelly and unusable. Even just leaving the top off and allowing the chemicals to evaporate can, over time, do the same thing.

Stay Safe

Do not use it if intoxicated. The heat intensifies the effects of alcohol and can result in injury or death.

Be aware of the maximum occupancy. The larger the adults, the fewer people it holds. Occupancy is measured in volume and the number given is only a guide, so use common sense. If there isn’t a seat for you, the tub is full.

Do not set the temperature above 104 degrees. A good temperature for the first-time user on a cold day is 100 degrees. Increase the temperature as needed. Always turn it down to 95 after leaving, if planning to return. Or turn it down to 80 if you are finished for the day or night. Running the tub at a high temperature will deplete the chemicals even if no one is using it.

Do not use the hot tub if the jets are not circulating or while turned off. The circulation runs the filter and allows the tub to clean while in use. And never enter the hot tub if it has a foul odor or the water is a strange color.

Do Not Damage the Hot Tub

Shower before entering. This is not just to remove algae from you and your bathing suit, but to remove oils and soaps from them as well. Fabric softeners, hair conditioners and products, lotions and oils will clog the filter and keep the tub from adequately cleaning itself. A special visit from the pool pro will be required at the least. Often if the damage from oils, bath soaps, and suntan lotions is extensive, the tub will have to be drained and refilled before you will be able to use it again. This process takes 24-48 hours.

No foreign objects, toys, jewelry, food or bath products. A simple earring or hair tie, if lost could damage the pump and circulation system. Food and other organic material deplete the chemicals needed for bacteria prevention. Bath products, especially lotions, oils and soaps, are not broken down by chemicals. The tub does have an ozonator to eliminate soaps and oils, but the process can be overwhelmed with 7 people’s lotions, a bath bomb, or soap from skin and suits. If the tub has bubbles that do not disappear after being turned off, you should allow the tub to run on a low setting for a few hours. If a foul odor or sticky bubbles occur or continue, we will have to have the pool pro look at it. If it is found that bath products, suntan lotions or other misuse was the cause, you may be charged for the service.

No glass ever.  If glass breaks in the hot tub, it is nearly invisible and very difficult to clean out.

Be careful with the cover. Unlatch and lift off cover carefully to avoid damage to the cover. Never sit or stand on the cover or sides of the tub. Watch the video below for a quick how-to use the cover.

Do not use the hot tub if you have a medical condition or are ill. Always check with your doctor if you are pregnant, under a doctor’s care for any condition. And don’t use the hot tub if you have any open sores, wounds or cuts. The harsh chemicals can cause damage, you could allow bacteria to enter your wound, or if contagious you could sicken others near you. Chemicals take time to kill pathogens, and the crowded nature of a hot tub doesn’t allow you the time necessary.

Hot tubs are not toys. Please always follow the rules and make sure your entire group knows and adheres to the rules as well. Failure to comply with these rules could make the hot tub unusable during your stay. If re-sanitization or repair of hot tub is required due to renter misuse, renter will be charged for the extra pool pro visit, and repairs.

Booking Your Stay: 

It would be our preference that you would book your stay prior to your arrival on our website: Guests are able at the time of booking to book individual rooms, or the house in its entirety.

Please do not hesitate to reach out with additional questions.