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Reviewed 10 May 2018

Just come back from a long weekend at the Camelot ..and really what can I say that hasn't been said already !!
We took our dog with us and we're made to feel very welcome all the staff without exception were excellent and a credit to the hotel . The food both in the bar and the restaurant was delicious and presented well . The downstairs rooms were amazing and I took so many photos ! ....and then you went upstairs and to the bedrooms ..and that's where it all went wrong ! Hopefully it is a work I progress and they will all be improved .I see in one review the bathroom was likened to being on a cruise ship well we have been on several cruises and they have all been at least double in size !!
We will come back and perhaps upgrade to a better room as the location is amazing and we had some wonderful walks with our dog ...to walk off some of the delicious food ..and despite the weather !

Stayed: May 2018, travelled as a couple
1  Thank marcus roy b
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Reviewed 10 May 2018

Absolutely beautiful hotel and in a stunning location.
The family and staff made us feel as it really was "our" home. Nothing was to much trouble,polite,friendly and kind and they made or stay very special.
Our room was outstanding.
As you enter Camelot grounds there is a sign that says welcome home and it felt true,Camelot wraps its self around you.
It has enchanted us,we loved it!!
Highly recommend ***** +

Stayed: May 2018, travelled as a couple
1  Thank caroline_exeter
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Reviewed 5 May 2018 via mobile

The hotel itself looks fabulous from the outside, although inside in places could do with a lick of paint. The carpet on the stairs is thread bare, and our room is very out of date.
The staff were lovely and very welcoming.
The breakfast is very good and just what's required before a long day walking

Stayed: May 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank David J
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Reviewed 1 May 2018

Approach to the hotel was good, but that opinion changed as soon as we got out of the car. The entrance to the hotel had numerous pots with dead plants, going through the revolving door, the first thing that you see are many photos of the hotel owner with a number of celebrities, that had selfie written all over them, to say the celebs didn't look too pleased was obvious to see. Check in was good, followed by a guided tour of the downstairs area, the majority of the wall space was taken up by hideous paintings by a artist by the name of Ted Stourton, they looked more like something the Brook Bond Monkies would knock up in their spare time. The room we had was 113, going through to the landing, the first thing we were hit with was the foul stench of old cooking fat, it turned out we were directly above the kitchens. On entering the room, the odour was only slightly less evident, opening the window only made it worse, as the odour made its way in on the wind. The decor of the room was horrendous, stained carpets, dirty paintwork, and furniture that came from a bad car boot sale. The bathroom was something that you find in old caravans, entirely plastic and very little room to move about in, even the toilet roll had to be positioned under the sink as there was so little room. The view from the bedroom window was superb, with the remains if tintagel castle directly in front and the ocean as far as you could see, this was the only thing that stopped me asking for another room. The bedroom walls were adorned with the paintings of Mr Stourton, which apparently could be purchased for huge amounts of money, but had the look of my 5 year old granddaughters efforts with a colouring set. Good points, the downstairs lounge and bar area was ok, the dining room was clean and tidy, but then you would expect that to be the case. To summarise, the hotel is in major need of refurbishment, the only saving grace is the stunning location and views, but greatly overpriced for the shabby interior, particularly the bedrooms of the hotel. Mr Mapin you need stop taking your customers for granted, and make some much needed improvements, as location and views are not the be all and end all.

Stayed: April 2018, travelled as a couple
23  Thank Mick B
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Reviewed 1 May 2018

Booked a 3 day break at Camelot Castle Hotel the room was fantastic with stunning views out across the beautiful north Cornish coast . A lovely cooked breakfast to start the day. Easy walking distance to Tintagel shops and ideally situated to visit other local attractions.

Stayed: April 2018
Thank Diane B
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