Another Christian Business forced to shut down after Refusal to allow Sodomites to commit abomination In their Hotel.
A Christian Business forced to shut down after Refusal to allow Sodomites to commit abomination In their Hotel. They did not allow a gay couple to stay in a double bedroom at their B&B guesthouse, have been forced to sell up after losing a lengthy court battle.
Hazelmary and Peter Bull, who run Chymorvah Hotel at Marazion, Cornwall, have also faced death threats over their decision to refuse a room to gay couple Martyn Hall and Steven Preddy in 2008.
Now they say they have no option but to sell their beloved home and business after failing to attract enough custom and paying their legal costs after high profile court cases over the issue.
No way forward: Hazelmary and Peter Bull say they can't face another winter like last year when they went 'cold and hungry' because of money worries
Strong beliefs: Despite all the trouble Mrs Bull still defends her right to stick to her principles about whether unmarried couples should be allowed to share rooms.
Threatened: Peter and Hazelmary Bull say they have suffered a campaign of abuse over their policy on gay couples. The Chymorvah, which allows only married couples to share a bed, also lost its listing with hotel database Visit England because of its stance against the 2007 Equalities Act.
And despite a good summer of sunshine they were not even half full and believe they were the only hotel in the county ‘that had rooms left.’ The couple claim they have received death threats, vandalism and had their website corrupted with pornography.