So that's a lot of seaside and a lot of places for perfectly sited seaside bed and breakfasts, from Cornwall to the Scottish islands, and Blackpool to Scarborough. We are limiting availability in line with the Coronavirus restrictions in each country, and we will update this as guidance changes. How many adults and children are in your party? Please provide an age for each child for an accurate price. A friendly guesthouse with a small garden in a quiet location. The rooms are clean and.
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A Christian couple who broke equality laws when they refused to let a gay couple stay in a double room in their bed and breakfast will now be able to legally turn away homosexual couples after becoming a not-for-profit organisation. Peter and Hazelmary Bull were subject to international condemnation when they refused to let Martyn Hall and Steven Preddy share a room at the Chymorvah Hotel in Marazion, Cornwall in , citing their religious beliefs. Despite the Bulls insisting that all unmarried couples of all sexual orientations were not welcome in their double rooms the court disagreed. The couple took their case to the Court of Appeal, where it was dismissed, and are now waiting to have it heard at England's highest court, the Supreme Court. The hotel is now being turned into a respite care centre for Christians and will be run not-for-profit, meaning that anyone staying under the Bulls' roof will have to abide by their rules, as long as they are set out in the company's articles.
Peter And Hazelmary Bull, Christian B&B Owners Who Refused Gay Couple, Forced To Sell Hotel (POLL)
A bed and breakfast owner has lost her appeal against a ruling that she unlawfully discriminated against a gay couple. Susanne Wilkinson was sued by Michael Black and John Morgan from Cambridgeshire after she refused to let them share a double bed. The Court of Appeal dismissed a challenge to the ruling, but gave Mrs Wilkinson, from Berkshire, permission to appeal to the Supreme Court. The case will be heard at the same time as that of Peter and Hazelmary Bull, who refused to let Martyn Hall and Steven Preddy share a bedroom at their seaside guesthouse in Cornwall. When they arrived, Mrs Wilkinson made it clear she was not prepared to allow them to share a double bed, and that she would not accommodate them.
Located on the south coast of Cornwall just outside the fishing village of Mevagissey. Beach within walking distance, beautiful room, fantastic breakfasts and the village only five minutes walk away with varied restaurants, pubs and shops to explore. We are situated above the fishing village of Mevagissey within easy walking distance of a lovely swimming beach no car park to this beach so usually quiet , the coast path and the village itself. The house is a s dormer bungalow, spacious and with contemporary decoration. The double room is large with freeview TV and comfortable bed, supplied with dressing table and hairdryer.