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  • FACT: John Mappin, Irina Mappin and Ted Stourton are self-confessed long time Scientologists.

    FACT: Scientology leader David Miscavige is the subject of accusations of abuse from former members

    FACT: There is a worrying amount of negative online opinion about these people and this hotel.

    FACT: The Mappins and Stourton are actively trying to recruit staff, visitors and local residents to Scientology.

We’re Back!!

After a brief 4 month hiatus, we are pleased to say we are back, it’s been a fun summer and the team are back tanned and fit from their travels! Good news is we didn’t come across any establishments like our friends at the CCH, but we are now going to be turning our spotlights … Continue reading

Camelot Castle Hotel: 12 times more people find the 1* reviews helpful…

…than the 5* reviews It amuses us to think of the logic that Mappin and Stourton are following with their Tripadvisor ‘interventions’. They seem to think that if there are more 5* reviews in total than 1* ones everything will be ok and no one will notice 152 horror reviews of their scandalous dump. On … Continue reading

Camelot Castle Hotel and misleading web advertising

If you think Camelot Castle Hotel’s website is misleading… …and you’ve been there and experienced the true HORROR then there’s now something you can do. Now you can complain to the Advertising Standards Authority with its new powers to tackle what it calls ‘Misleading Web Advertising’. Go to the ASA website and fill in the … Continue reading

Complain and get thrown out: hospitality the Scientology way

Camelot Castle Hotel gains another horror review on Tripadvisor The latest 1* ‘terrible’ review on Tripadvisor is quite shocking. “a glass my 3 year old nephew was drinking from broke in his mouth, the waiter took the glass away whilst I attend to his injuries despite my telling him to leave it there. An attempt … Continue reading

Camelot Castle Hotel website “Most deceptive site I have ever seen”

Deceptive website helps Mappin and Stourton rip off another unsuspecting visitor Camelot Castle Hotel’s misleading website has ruined another couple’s weekend away. Let’s see what the Advertising Standards Authority makes of this: “The other 2 rooms were horrendous also, dingy and awful, so bad in fact that (embarrasingly) I burst into tears as these people … Continue reading

‘Ted Stourton ‘art’ gave me headaches’ says unlucky visitor

Headache-inducing art too much for this TripAdvisor reviewer 151 ‘terrible’ reviews and somehow ol’ Camelot Castle Hotel is still going – but Ted’s meteoric rise to art fame…isn’t. “…there were these ghastly paintings hanging on every available wall space. I am an artist also and can happily critique my own work and be humbled by … Continue reading

Camelot Castle Hotel investigated for unauthorised works.

Camelot Castle Hotel fits UPVC windows to listed building. Cornwall Council are investigating reports that UPVC windows have been fitted to rooms in the former King Arthurs Arms Hotel. The windows on the third floor can be clearly seen both IRL and on the Hotels own promotional materials. They have replaced the original Victorian wooden … Continue reading

Camelot Castle, John Mappin responds to Trip Advisor

John Mappin responds to Trip Advisor comments after 7 years of silence. After 7 years and over 500 comments some “Magical” and some not so magical John Mappin appears galloping into view riding his trusty steed of truth! But…….. He chooses to only respond to 2 positive reviews using the opportunity to plug Camelot Castle … Continue reading

Light Box high pressure sales at Camelot Castle Hotel by Ted Stourton

Lightbox victim speaks out on Trip Advisor after close escape from lightbox con of Ted Stourton and John Mappin. Latest posting on Trip Advisor tells an interesting and all to familiar tale of high pressure techniques used to sell Ted Stourtons “art” The only positives from the review seem to be some new duvets and … Continue reading

Camelot Castle Hotel: “Just Awful”

Camelot Castle Hotel review shows nothing has changed. It’s still “awful”