We run a fully catered ski chalet, and as such you don't need a licence.
The tourist board inspects the property and gives it a star rating and a catorgory ie, hotel, guest house family house (that rents rooms) etc
The fire department also does an inspection and gives a certificate
You need to have a special cash register (this has all the company info programmed into it) and any monies taken have to be put through.
You basically have
cash book (filled out daily with no income/amount taken)
Tourist registration book (you have to write all client details in it and take to the tourist board each month and pay a small tax per person per night)
Any money put into business account can only be spent with a factoria (VAT) reciept (if you don't get a factoria you cannot use the money in your business account to pay for whatever)
Just think along the lines that monies in business account no longer belong to you (even if it is personal saving) they belong to the business (We made this mistake and as far as our accounts are concerned we have effectively taken money out of the business!!!! but we haven't we just didn't get factoris for all the building work that was done)
Think thats about it, just get a good accountant and talk it all through with them (if you have to open a new business bank account be aware it has to be registered within two weeks I think)
Our accountant gets all the documents required for renewing litchna carte ie vat, noi, actual status etc and we also pay him to do the book keeping of the company (I guess we could do this ourselves but working in a forgien country is obviously more difficult than in uk
Hope this helps