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Reviewed 22 April 2018

Just returned from a 4 night stay - bed breakfast and evening meal - at the Camelot Castle Hotel. This is the second visit ( the first was November 2017 ) and my wife and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The first thing to mention was we were upgraded to a room with a 4 poster bed - wow so impressive. In addition we had a sea view overlooking the Atlantic. Having said that most rooms will look out to the sea or across Tintagel. The room was large, very clean with all the necessary facilities shower etc and tea and coffee facilities.All the staff were very pleasant, helpful and friendly and the meals were very good - plenty of variety for the evening meals and a superb breakfast with as much as you can eat, what more can you ask. We met up with Ted Stourton again and visited his work area to see what he was working on and again viewed some of his paintings on his light box. There was no pressure to purchase but we did because we saw a painting my wife and I fell in love with after having viewed many others all of which were very impressive. He has a unique style not necessarily liked by everybody but certainly different from the usual run of the mill artist. Would we recommend the Camelot Castle, most certainly and you can be assured we will be staying again at the Camelot Castle.

Room Tip: Worth paying a little extra for the 4 poster or others that are impressive. However all rooms are more than acceptable
Stayed: April 2018, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Geoffrey B
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Reviewed 22 April 2018

When you book a deluxe room for a 2 night break in a castle, you do expect a little wow. We certainly didn’t get a wow. The sheet was stained, the carpet was thread bear and creased, the room was pretty small. We did have a lovely sea view but unfortunately, there was a wall covering half of the window (we were on the 3rd floor). The only way to see the view, was to stand at the window.
On the plus side, the room was clean and we did have a nice bathroom. As other reviews have stated, the lobby is lovely but unfortunately, we didn’t stay in the lobby.
Upon booking out, staff never even asked if we had enjoyed our stay. Maybe a good thing.

  • Stayed: April 2018, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank pennydale1969
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Reviewed 22 April 2018 via mobile

We arrived on Friday for my partners 30th birthday. After specifically arranging via email the best room for our budget, (and being called Mr several times in said email) we were given keys to a less than poor room. Laughter is all we could achieve otherwise tears would’ve been shed. Words can only describe the room as dated and lack lustre. Mismatched furniture from different eras and the bathroom, can not even be classed as such - it was a caravan pod. My partner barely fitted in and we could see each others toes from the rest of the room. Cleanliness was poor and we didn’t even have a fresh loo roll. Dated was everything else such as the phone and tablet sized tv. We intended to check out immediately and find somewhere else but it was too later hour to do so.

Hot April days... so naturally; The windows were sealed & heating on. We sweltered all night. Landing light on all night, glass window above door so light came flooding in. Two single beds pushed together is NOT a double when paid top price for. Stained bedding is not acceptable ANYWHERE.

The rest of the hotel is run down when you look closer and covered in odd art that made us laugh. Too much for a Camelot theme hotel to have huge butterfly canvases everywhere... there are several celeb images in the reception from about 10-15 years ago ONLY - hilarious that it must’ve been good Once upon a time...

The breakfast was a mediocre selection and barely warm in large trays as lids were taken on and off constantly. Not worth the £10 pp. rude and disinterested service at breakfast.

Customer service generally was bad. Verging on rude and condescending. We were not even asked if we had a decent/pleasant night or stay - it was like they knew we would say no... silence as I paid the bill.

I would hate anyone to make the same honest mistake when thinkng this hotel is grand, especially from incorrect reviews on here. I’m sure it is great at top whack per night but for 90 plus 20 breakfast, it’s an unacceptable establishment. If a view is all you want from your hotel outside, then it’s acceptable!!

In summary; We booked for a 30th and left feeling deflated and ripped off. Never to return and unfortunately so angry we felt the need to write this complaint review.

Stayed: April 2018, travelled as a couple
22  Thank mojo809
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Reviewed 21 April 2018

A unique and spell binding experience that can only be explored at Tintagel's Castle Camelot.

Its a relaxing, nostalgic journey through history, exploration, art and fine dining.

Step inside Castle Camelot and be transported back through time and experience the magical kingdom of Merlin, King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table in a friendly welcoming atmosphere that is alwya Castle Camelot

Room Tip: Rooms to rear spectacular views of the sea and the runins of Tintagel Castle. Side rooms the moors and sheep. Both spectacular
  • Stayed: April 2018, travelled as a couple
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Thank alnh2015
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Reviewed 19 April 2018 via mobile

I did not stay here, just went in for a peak and I was delighted with the beauty of it all. What a magnificent hotel, hope to book a room on my next trip this way. Prices are lower then you would expect. The owner loves art and is a big promoter of anything artistic. He has restored the Hotel with so much love and attention to detail. It is amazing

Stayed: April 2018, travelled solo
Thank BrendaSmyth
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