Camelot Castle Hotel 5* review: “One should not be cynical…”

What’s more cynical: exposing delusional Scientologist hoteliers or faking TripAdvisor reviews?

Just a question.

Anyway, here is the latest 5* review of Camelot Castle Hotel – dutifully naming the charming Mr. Mappin and the wonderful Mr. Ted Stourton (as per the required formula).

“One should not be cynical…” even after all one has read online. That’s a pretty big ask, Ted.

I’d love to know what the ‘warm gesture’ that Ted extended to this person’s wife’s parents at the end of their studio session was. I’ll bet it was letting them have one of his hugely valuable pictures for as modest and investment as, say, £100…?

2 Responses to “Camelot Castle Hotel 5* review: “One should not be cynical…””
  1. Xenu says:

    I’ll bet he blinded them with bright light down in the basement while he pushed his sale. Isn’t there some kind of art fraud law in the UK for this kind of thing?

  2. “Mr and Mrs Smith” is a (genuine) chain of luxury hotels, so I wonder about Scientologists John Mappin and Ted Stourton choosing that user name for their latest fake review. Unwise, I’d say! Trying to imply an association with something far out of their league! See to learn more about how a proper boutique hotel is run.

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