The owner of eco-resort in Wales that banned all visitors who have had Covid jabs has revealed it is now fully booked for weeks.
Blaeneinion eco-retreat in Machynlleth, Powys announced it will only welcome unvaccinated guests back in July. Owner Sharon Girardi branded the vaccine ‘experimental’ and said that a ‘duty of care’ to her family and guests is the reason for the ban.
Now, a notice on the resort’s website states that it is fully booked until the end of September after it received ‘an unexpected and overwhelming outpouring of love and support from many like-minded souls’.
Blaeneinion is described as an ‘idyllic and secluded conservation project set in 75 acres of land at the head of the Artists Valley’. The resort aims to ‘create an inspiring conservation, recreation and educational resource that can be enjoyed by future generations’.
But in a public notice, the owner said: ‘With great sadness we have made the decision that we will be unable to welcome folk on site that are ‘vaccinated’ with the experimental CV19 jab.’ She added: ‘We have honoured all previous bookings regardless of visitors’ beliefs on vaccination.
‘There are many people with the same views that I are cautious about the experimental nature of the injections. They are grateful to have somewhere to go.’ Ms Girardi continued: ‘I would like to point people to the MHRA website to see the side effects of the vaccine.’
Clinical trials have shown the Covid-19 vaccine to be safe and effective, providing immunity against the virus. However, Ms Girardi said: ‘I have a duty of care to my family, to our staff and to anyone staying on site.’ She also claimed people who have been vaccinated are ‘triggering’ miscarriages, swollen testicles and nosebleeds in anyone who has not been jabbed.