Camelot Castle Hotel real reviews: “blankets that looked like they used to belong to the NHS”


A real Camelot Castle Hotel review on HolidayWatchdog

Gutted

For our 10 year wedding anniversary i decided to book a night at Camelot Castle, we had visited Tintagel before and had seen how impressive it looked from the outside.

When we arrived we were shown around the downstairs by the receptionist who was forgeign and i could hardly understand and word she was saying.

We decided to go out and explore cornwall. When we returned we went into the bar area and was told we could have free welcome drinks, we went into the bar area and another forgeign worker tried to serve us our drinks it took 5 attempts for him to pull 1 pint of larger. no conversation was made and i didn’t feel at all welcomed.

One of the owners arrived and had a heated discussion with a member of staff for over 30 mins. We decided to have another drink another bar staff member served us and this time it only took 3 attempts.

We went up to our room, oh my god the view was excellent, but i booked a double and we had two singles pushed together and all we had was 2 blankets that looked like they used to belong to the NHS. I had 20 minutes sleeps as was freezing and kept falling down the gap between the two beds, when i mentioned this to the receptionist in the morning she didn’t even say sorry. The pod in the room reminded me of a caravan, not worth £100 per night.

Would never stay here again.”

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One Response to “Camelot Castle Hotel real reviews: “blankets that looked like they used to belong to the NHS””
  1. Camelot Castle B&B has got to be the worst hotel in England.

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