Camelot Castle Hotel: “The most bizarre place in Cornwall”


Latest Camelot Castle Hotel TripAdvisor review says it all – including the dreaded ‘Scientology’ word

This is a great review – written by someone who paid their good money to stay at Camelot Castle Hotel. In return for that money, they were subjected to the grandiosity of the hotel’s Scientology owners.

Clearly written, complimentary in parts this review is devastatingly straight and to-the-point about the egotistical madness that is John Mappin and Ted Stourton and his ridiculous ‘Light Box’.

And, TripAdvisor, this is what we mean when we say that Scientology is explicitly cited in a large proportion of the negative reviews for this hotel because the hotel owners continue to push Scientology at their guests, visistors, staff and neighbours. If you keep pulling these reviews just because they mention Scientology, the public will judge you accordingly.

John and Ted, we’ve been building up a detailed picture of your history, your activities and your connections – most of which we haven’t published here or on WWP yet because we don’t need to. Through a combination of shabby hotel conditions, emails, DVDs of Scientology propaganda, self-aggrandizing ‘newspapers’, press releases, videos, blogs,  comments and fake reviews, you’re doing a good job of making yourselves look unpleasant and untrustworthy all by yourselves.

So long as you continue to treat the non-Scientologist world around you with contempt, we will continue to bring the truth about your hotel, your activities and your cult agenda to the attention of as many people as possible.

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