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    B&B or small hotels

    As a first step, I would like to sit dressed at a bar in a B&B. Are there any CD only/friendly places in the UK?

    many thanks

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    Hi & Welcome to the forum

    There are lots of places in the UK

    It largely depends on where you are in the UK how easy it is to get there
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    Hi and thanks for the reply. I get to travel lots but mostly around bristol area, leeds but I live in kent.

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    Can't answer your question directly. But when you're staying in the Bristol area, you could stay over in Bath and try Sophie's dressing service in Bath. She's very nice and does a great job (see my photos). I know that CD's use her to get dressed up before going into town. You could maybe ask her where the CD friendly places are?
    Luv Chrissie
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    I often travel around te UK. I frequently dress and find my way to the bar. I tend not to stay in B&Bs though, usually chain hotels like Holiday Inn Express or Premier Inns. This only applies if you are not travelling and therefore checking in enfemme, I think, if you choose to stay in a small establishment aka a B&B then the landlord/landlady will undoubtedly be around a lot. It is also rather unlikely that a straight B&B would have a bar. Obviously, a B&B attached to a pub would, but you would still face the same problem, the place may only have a few rooms and the person who serves you is likely to be the same person who checked you in. Whereas if you are in a medium sized hotel (30+ rooms) with a staff rotation then then if you check in as Bob it is less likely that the bar keep will associate Betty to Bob.

    Having said that, I think you'll find that any where you go they will treat you with respect because, unlike our lost colony, it is now illegal for anyone to entertain homophobic traits in a bar. The landlords have a duty of care to ensure that all their patrons are treated with respect. This does not just apply to LGB but also to T. Certainly all the landlords I know have adopted a zero tolerance of negative LGBT behaviour, and thus set a possitive example them selves. OK there are a few obvious types of bars I won't go in but I wouldn't go in them anyway.

    So if you are traveling enfemme, and checking in so, them you don't need to hunt down specifically T friendly places. Just do it. If you are trying to remain anonymous(ish) then try a small to medium sized hotel.

    Hugs

    Kay
    Last edited by kay_jessica; 08-01-2009 at 05:19 PM.

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