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Thank you for your response. I need clarification on the following please ...
I do not really wish the property to be used by children (particularly babies and infants with the risk of them urinating and drawing on the smart furnishings) Can I advertise that the property is unsuitable for children without legal redress? Can I put "..to gain access to the property, it is up one flight of stairs and therefore this property might prove unsuitable for some people...." without offending anybody with disabilities ?
Thank you again.
It is not possible to install a lift or chair lift without major expense which would defeat the object of running the business.
If I list that there is limited access due to one flight of stairs and say there are no facilities for infants and babies would this be legal? Surely I don't have to provide cots and high chairs?
I think I lost connection with you as there was no response to my last question or message to say you were working on it.
My last question was along the lines of can I advertise a profile of guest that the property would be ideally suited to? For instance ..."ideally suited for a romantic get away or for anybody seeking warm, modern, elegantly styled accommodation within easy reach of the coastal cliff path and approximately four miles from the Eden Project..."?