Fifteen years ago, hoteliers Peter and Hazelmary Bull made some
mocking headlines when reporters noticed their stodgy guest policy: No
double rooms for unmarried couples. "You have got to have principles,"
Mrs. Bull told the Mirror at the time, under the headline "You Couldn't
Make It Up."
The Bulls had been turning away unwed
mini-breakers from their Cornish guesthouse since 1986, and no one had
sued them for it yet. It was, after all, no crime to be the least-cool
B&B in England.
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