In Cornwall, U.K., Peter and Hazelmary Bull run a seven-room guesthouse called the Chymorva Private Hotel with a special policy to discriminate regarding who can – and cannot – book a double room. Their policy states:
Here at Chymorvah we have few rules, but please note that as Christians we have a deep regard for marriage(being the union of one man to one woman for life to the exclusion of all others). Therefore, although we extend to all a warm welcome to our home, our double bedded accommodation is not available to unmarried couples – Thank you.
Basically, if you are single with a partner but are not married, you may not book a double room in their seven-room home. If you are homosexual, the same rule applies. So, why all the fuss?
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“The guesthouse is not just a business, it is also Mr. and Mrs. Bull’s own home,” Christian Institute director Colin Hart told the Christian Post. “This case could determine whether Christians are permitted to operate (bed-and-breakfast inns) that restrict double bed accommodation to married couples.”
Read the fact sheet regarding this case here.