Camelot Castle Hotel
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Camelot Castle Hotel

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Looking for a place to stay in Tintagel? Then look no further than Camelot Castle Hotel, a romantic hotel that brings the best of Tintagel to your doorstep.

The rooms offer a flat screen TV, and getting online is possible, as free internet access is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.

In addition, as a valued Camelot Castle Hotel guest, you can enjoy a lounge that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.

Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Trevena Square (0.4 mi) and Tintagel Methodist Church (0.5 mi), guests of Camelot Castle Hotel can easily experience some of Tintagel's most well known attractions.

While in Tintagel be sure to experience local ribs favourites at The Cornishman Inn.

If you are interested in exploring Tintagel, check out an art gallery, such as Cornish Craftiness sleyneth Kernewek.

We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Camelot Castle Hotel as you experience everything Tintagel has to offer.

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Free parking
Free internet
Bar / lounge
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Non-smoking hotel
Sun terrace
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Seating area
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
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Ocean view
Landmark view
Bridal suite
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Castle View, Tintagel PL34 0DQ England
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The Camelot Castle Hotel boasts an eclectic and artistic atmosphere that captivates guests with its grand decor and unique artwork, offering a blend of historical charm and quirkiness. While the cliff-top location near Tintagel Castle is a highlight, providing stunning views and a sense of seclusion, some travelers feel that the hotel's services are overpriced, with amenities and room furnishings that may fall short of expectations. Despite mixed reviews on room quality, the staff's friendliness and the hotel's cleanliness receive consistent praise.

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c.johns wrote a review Jan 2023
Wales, United Kingdom
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Had a lovely 2 night stay at this hotel. We had booked a double Seaview room, and when we got there we had a complimentary up grade to a deluxe double Seaview room, which was such a lovely gesture. The hotel is having a bit of a refurb at the moment I believe, the carpets all looked new going upstairs and there was scaffolding up outside one part of the hotel with repair work going on ( we heard 0 noise at all not sure anyone was working on it when we stayed), and we could smell fresh paint in the halls. The staff on reception were very friendly and helpful, you need to book a reservation for breakfast and dinner so we choose to dine at the hotel on the Friday night and have breakfast at the hotel Saturday morning. The room itself was clean and tidy, it was initially a little chilly, there is a radiator in there which I think is on timer but there was also an electric heater and with that on the room heated up in no time. The sea view was brilliant! Bed was comfortable with a good thick duvet and feather pillows. The bathroom was very adequate with body wash/shampoo and conditioner supplied. The only drawbacks were that the shower was not very powerful (was nice and hot though) and the towels not very big but for a couple nights that didn't matter. We decided to go for drinks in the bar before our dinner reservation, the bar area Is very nice and the hotel is quite warm for such a big place with heating on and fires burning. I didn't find the prices particularly crazy, husband had a pint of becks and I had a pint of becks shandy and it was £9.90. Dinner was lovely, husband had the ribs and I had the vegan curry, both of us enjoyed our meal and the man waiting on the tables was polite and friendly. The place had a good atmosphere. Breakfast the next morning was again fine. I thought maybe a bit on the expensive side (I think about £15.50 pp for the full english) but we did both enjoy it, and again the lady waiting on us was very nice, both times we were seated at a window table and the view across the water was really nice (could only see that at breakfast, was too dark at dinner). We stayed her two nights but decided to eat out in a pub in the village the second night, the hotel menu is fairly small and I fancied something different to eat. All in all we had a really nice time. We drove to truro on the Saturday which is an hour away and spent the day there and is worth a visit. I would recommend staying here as we had a great stay with no problems. We visited tintagel Castle on the Friday afternoon after checking in, and although it's ruinous it's well worth going for the views alone.
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Date of stay: January 2023Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Lots of parking available, Seaview room is worth it
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Keith Larsen wrote a review May 2024
Blackwood, United Kingdom
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Planned a quick break to Port Isaac and Tintagel and while looking for overnight accommodation, we came across an ideally sited and unusually decorated hotel overlooking Tintagel Castle where we’d planned to go the following day. Top marks for the hotel, parking, 10 min stroll into the town and views of the coast and Tintagel Castle (the hotel literally stands alone on the coast ) The hotel is owned by an artist so you are surrounded by his paintings and art style with even a painted Aston in the car park. Even the public toilets are something different! Food (breakfast not included in our room rate) was excellent as well. So why not the perfect score? We only needed an overnight stay, so went with a basic room (£130) rather than the luxurious four poster £400+ rooms, so naturally ours was quite standard for the cost. However . . . the bathroom! My wife later thought she’d remembered reading comments from a review about this room (Room 105) and its mini-sub bathroom. It’s a ‘pod’ boxed in the corner and Tom Thumb would struggle in there. It does have a sink (with shelf for 1 small toothbrush), a toilet right next to it, so you can combine 2 activities without having to move ( !) and also a shower (!!!!!?!!!!) The shower is designed I think for victims of steamroller accidents, being approx 3 or 4 feet long and no more than 2 wide! It has a shower curtain that is directly next to the toilet. If you usually change or dry off in the bathroom . . . No, ain’t gonna happen. Despite the comments, I actually laughed at how bad it was. Our room was one of the cheapest and so didn’t expect too much. Just room to turn around would have been nice. However, don’t let my ‘fun in the wash basin’ put you off - it’s a great hotel, perfect for Tintagel and Castle or coastal walks. Just maybe use the toilets downstairs and ask to use the hose pipe that was outside for a shower?😶
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Date of stay: May 2024
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Barbara H wrote a review Apr 2023
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My husband and I booked a three night break to celebrate our wedding anniversary , at the Camelot castle hotel and we were not disappointed . Beautiful rooms with original Victorian features , enhanced by sympathetic decor and furnishings .This is not like the many impersonal corporate Hotels you can stay in . This is a well loved home as well as a business and you can see the work which has gone into making this a warm and welcoming place to stay . Bright and cheerful artwork by Ted Stourton ( co owner ) is every where and ads a lovely vibe to the place , He took the time to speak to the guests and makes sure they are being well looked after . A very lovely and charming man . It is a big task maintaining and updating a huge place like this and the owners are doing a great job Although there was some scaffolding up for roof repairs it didn’t obstruct the views or cause any any disruption . . We were upgraded from a moor view room to a sea view and my , what a view ! It was breathtaking .overlooking the original Camelot and the Atlantic sea . Our room was warm and our bed comfortable , with an en-suite shower Wc and hand basin . It was clean and nicely decorated . We requested an iron at reception and within five minutes they’d brought it to our room complete with full size ironing board which was great . Breakfast was lovely with a buffet table of cereals, fruit salad , croissants , bread ( toaster , to do your own toast ) and orange juice . You could also order a cooked breakfast from a menu with a great selection of choices . We ate dinner in the dining room on two nights . The a la carte menu was small ,but had vegetarian and gluten free options The food was beautifully presented and delicious . The staff were friendly and very. Helpful . We relaxed in the bar before bed , and retired for the night very mellowed out . On our check out day we arranged for afternoon tea before we left . The wonderful staff reserved a table for us with the best sea views and a banner with “ Happy Anniversary on it “ our tea arrived on a three tier cake stand with scones cream and jam , a fabulous selection of cakes ( the Russian honey cake was delicious ) and a good selection of sandwiches . The perfect end to our stay . We will be back .
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Date of stay: April 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: When busy , dining room can fill up at breakfast time . It is possible to take a continental...
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MARIE CHRISTINE F wrote a review Jun 2023
Paris, France
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I live in France and had dreamed of going to Cornwall for many years. To celebrate 50 years of friendship, my English friend K. decided to treat me to a trip to Cornwall, including a three-night stay at the Camelot Castle Hotel. It is a beautiful building in a picturesque setting on the cliffs of Tintagel. Seen from the outside it looks magical but once you step inside, the dream is shattered by a bleak reality. The staff on the whole were quite unfriendly. For example, we arrived late in the evening, due to traffic and had to wait quite a long time for someone to show up at reception. Not a smile, not a welcome, not a "wish you a pleasant stay". We felt as if we were disturbing the person who handed us our keys.The lobby was cluttered with suitcases and gardening tools (yes). The dining room was closed so we were advised to go to the bar and order some food there. The bartender first told us it was too late, there was nothing to eat. No apologies, just a shrug. When we insisted, some food was finally served (a couple of scones), albeit quite reluctantly. However, the worst was yet to come: the room was small and furnished with rickety furniture, as one might find in a cheap boot sale. When we opened the bathroom door, my friend nearly burst into tears: it looked like the kind of facilities one might find in a camper van. All cheap plastic and cramped. We immediately considered leaving the next morning but as the three nights had been paid in advance, we decided to stay and spend as little time as possible in the hotel. My advice : avoid at all costs.
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Date of stay: June 2023
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: My advice would be to check what the room (and its bathroom) you are booking look like.
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Blaisemaxwell wrote a review Oct 2023
Truro, United Kingdom
2.0 of 5 bubbles
The best thing about this hotel is the spectacular views from the dining and sitting rooms, and some of the bedrooms. Perched imposingly on a high cliff top, the hotel looks out over Tintagel headland to the left, and along the majestic north Cornish coastline and across to Wales on a clear day.
The worst thing about the hotel is the food. We had dinner and breakfast, and both were bland, totally unimaginative and uninspiring. Pale, rubbery prawns of the cheap, frozen variety, pale fluffy smoked salmon… I could go on. Even the broccoli looked like it was that yellowing squashed stuff you see wrapped in clingfilm in supermarkets.
The hotel itself feels half finished: downstairs is beautifully renovated, with sumptuous decor, fixtures, fittings and artefacts (somewhat marred by loads of similar paintings that really didn’t go with the decor at all, imho); upstairs very spartan and institutional, like an old hospital or school, with dirty frosted windows along the corridors.
We had booked a sea-facing room where we could take our two dogs. It was clean, with a four-poster bed, but the rest of the furniture was a bit tatty.
The worst aspect of the room was the ‘en suite’, which was a plastic ‘pod’ in the corner of the room, with a tiny shower area and toilet inside. Bit like you might get at a festival, or on a plane. (We weren’t told in advance about this, and when I asked, I was told the deluxe rooms where you can’t take dogs have proper bathrooms.)
Staff friendly and helpful. Perfect location for walkers, views to die for. Great place for a coffee or a drink - but don’t recommend eating here.
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Date of stay: October 2023
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Elaine A wrote a review Jul 2023
Bracknell, United Kingdom
4.0 of 5 bubbles
The location is 5 star with the most spectacular views. The staff are welcoming, friendly and couldn't do enough to help. We stayed in one of the self catering apartments which was very clean and provided everything you could possibly want, although it is let down with dated cheap pine furniture, a hotchpotch of rugs, could do with a coat of paint, stair carpet replaced and the worn out bath replaced with a shower, but the views from every window was stunning. The hotel itself has so much right yet so much wrong. The poor staff made to dress like they are on the titanic. The sad flowers out front, the clutter in the entrance way, including garden gnomes and spades! The cheap tat in glass cabinets to buy, the awful photos of the owner with his supposed celebrity friends. The junk under the beautiful stair case and all the ridiculous paintings which are painted by the other owner. I have seen better in an amateur art class at the local WI. The restaurant is quaint and over looks the sea, but unfortunately is let down by an uninspiring menu, but there are plenty of options in the village to eat which is only a 10 mins walk away. If I could give the hotel some advice, clear the clutter, photos and junk, remove all the paintings and put up something more inkeeping and give the place a coat of paint. You would then have a 5 star Hotel to match the 5 star location.
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Date of stay: July 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Great for hiking and dog walking
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Caroline Southend-on-Sea 🩷 wrote a review May 2024
Leigh-on Sea, United Kingdom
2.0 of 5 bubbles
The hotel is very beautiful and the outside surroundings are outstandingly stunning the energy feels very special overlooking the water, really enjoyed walking around the moors and cream teas in the bar chatting to other guests they all made lots of fuss over our 2 pugs and chihuahua 🥰 this was our 3rd visit to this hotel i booked 3 days here for an anniversary present to my husband with our furbabys to celebrate.on the second day off our visit we was approached by a member of staff saying he hadn't realised we had 3 dogs with us and was going to have to charge per dog we had paid a £20 dog fee before on other visits but we had just had the pugs with us
I agreed thinking well if its per dog that would make £60 i did think that was a bit much but didn't want to cause a fuss,carried on enjoying our holiday.watched beautiful sunset’s and sunrise done some lovely meditations on the rocks,
Room had amazing views over the bridge but was very small compared to the room we had last time half the size.
When we checked out we was told that we had to pay an extra nearly £200 fee for our dogs to be with us this was really shocking we had stayed 3 nights they said it was £20 fee per dog per night i felt really embarrassed to argue about it so paid but on reflection i really don't understand how they can justify such a huge fee for our dogs to stay since they are not provided for in any way no dog bowls no extra blankets no dog treats offered we bring our own dog beds always with us so what is the extra fee for? we had trouble with the room being cleaned nothing on the second day on the 3rd day i had to get my husband to ask reception to clean they did change the sheets and give us fresh towels but nothing was hovered strange smell in bathroom still and nothing wiped i didn't complain at the time as we was checking out the next day but was very disappointed in first having to ask for room to be serviced and second in it not even being cleaned properly this is not acceptable in a hotel of this kind ,i think its very greedy the price they charged us on top for dog fee and unreasonable as much as i love my dogs i would never stay anywhere that such a huge fee would be put on top of the room fee let alone it being sprang on us on checking out so will not be returning and they have definitely lost my further custom.
When we have told friends they was absolutely shocked and really disgusted how we have been treated.
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Date of stay: May 2024Trip type: Travelled with family
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Dizrali wrote a review Sept 2023
London, United Kingdom
4.0 of 5 bubbles
I spent years reading the bad reviews about this place and so was eager to book myself into a funny holiday from hell, however I cannot lie, the place is just really lovely. We didn't get accosted at any time to buy the art (which really isn't all that bad, some of them are beautiful whilst most are averagely good), we didn't get anyone trying to make us join a cult, I'm actually slightly disappointed with how great everything was.

We did experience the tiny bathrooms briefly as we were originally allocated a wrong room with twin single beds, and in the 5 minutes I had in that room I did see the small cubicle in the corner which is built as a wetroom. But once the staff knew of the mistake, we were upgraded to a room on the third floor with fantastic views and a proper bathroom. Regardless, I wouldn't have been upset with the original state of affairs and can only express gratitude for the swift and professional way in which the situation was handled.

The staff are all very nice and attentive. It is slightly weird seeing them dolled up in 1930's outfits, but there's an old world charm pervading it that adds to the experience which is hard to put into words. I've worked some horrible jobs in my time and putting on a costume would be the least of my issues, so I don't think it's as bad as some reviews make out, like slave labour or whatever. Special shout out to the brunette bar maid, she was exceptionally fun and welcoming and my wife really enjoyed the dirty martini she made her.

The only downside worthy of a four star review was the breakfast. The dining room is so incredibly stuffy with what feels like no air that I could hardly breathe. The cooked breakfast was also not especially well cooked, however I do feel the buffet selection of cold goods and consistently filled juices made up for it. I just couldn't face the claustrophobic feeling of the dining area and had to leave before finishing my favourite meal of the day. The chef can't cook mushrooms and they made me sick to look at, but the the waiting staff were really nice about me obviously having a tough time with it all.

What I want to express is that whilst I can understand why some people may feel compelled to leave bad reviews of this oddity of a time capsule, I don't want the business to lose out due to it and that some honesty has to be given. If you want to immerse yourself in a living museum and appreciate some authentic olde worldy British culture, absolutely come and stay here. If you're a fusspot who needs everything to be sanitised and devoid of any atmosphere like a Premier Inn then don't bother. Just please don't give your money to English Heritage for the terrible scam that is the Tintagel Castle across the water, enjoy the views from this lovely hotel instead.
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Date of stay: September 2023
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Luchris J wrote a review Mar 2023
Ringwood, United Kingdom
3.0 of 5 bubbles
This hotel is stunning from the outside. The lounge and the 4 poster bedroom we had was also amazing.

On arrival, we had lunch in the lounge bar. My husband chose to have a burger and chips from the printed menu. The burger arrived with a few crisps. When my husband said that he’d chosen to have chips he was told that chips were no longer being offered/cooked at the hotel. They wanted the guests to eat a more healthy option of crisps. My husband took back the menu and showed the staff member that the burger was advertised with chips. At this, the staff member pulled out another menu card from his pocket and showed my husband that his card said crisps not chips.
Dinner: we booked at Irina’s restaurant. The menu is somewhat limited but what we did have was cooked and presented well. The fish had a minimal amount of sauce served with it on the plate. We asked for more to be brought to the table, but this never arrived and when we asked the waitress where it was she said she had asked “him” (we assume the chef) and shrugged her shoulders.

Breakfast: when we checked into the hotel, we were asked to state at what time we would like breakfast. We were a bit confused by this as we have never been asked to give a time for breakfast in any hotel that we have stayed in. There is a buffet, including cereal, chopped apple in orange juice, calling itself fruit salad, toast, juice and miniature croissants. There is also a tasty, large-plated cooked breakfast. The buffet is at the far end of the room so if you have any mobility issues I’d suggest you sit close to it. My husband asked for toast and was told to make his way up to the buffet table and make his own. He shuffled up to the buffet table, and brought back his toast, only to find he had to shuffle back again to get a glass of juice. Staff members were not keen to get anything from the buffet table for guests, even though they were not busy. When we asked for an item we were told “it’s at the buffet table”.

The atmosphere can only be described as weird. The hotel was clean but tired looking in many areas. The hotel is undergoing renovation (March 2023) work and will, no doubt, be amazing to see in a few years’ time. The staff were pleasant, but we sensed that they were not relaxed, perhaps distant or anxious. The resident artist did approach us and ask if we’d like to go to his lightroom. We declined. There is artwork everywhere in the hotel – so plenty to look at.

The town of Tintagel is beautiful. Residents were friendly.
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Date of stay: March 2023
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Explore09807110959 wrote a review Jan 2024
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I had had a terrible year mum had died and fancied a nice break at Christmas most of the spa hotels were £500 -£700 bed and food but I saw Camelot Hotel for £800 for 6 nights over chrstmas and new year. I Rang the hotel up to make sure I had a sea view and they told me about a deal with breakfast and evening meal and it cost me just under £1500. So I cancelled the booking .com and went for the hotel deal
I was expecting the theme of King Arthur with armour and swords but it turned out to be OTT Christmas decorations and Teds Art gallery in the lounge reception dinning room stars and bedrooms, they were everywhere. During the evening meal Ted went round guests asking them to speak to the reception to show you his studio.

It was also very run down and without the views it looked like a hostel. Our first room was very small with outdated furniture, minute toilet sink & shower pod which was as small as a toilet in a plane, The carpet had no underlay and when you opened the window slighlty the carpet blew up as it hadnt been tacked down, good job the bed was there else it would have all come away. I cried as I had paid so much and its was awful and th worst I had even told them I didnt want stress so it was best to sort it out before I got there.

A very lovely lady at reception did upgrade the room else I would have gone home losing my money. This room had a panaromatic view but still with a very tiny pod toliet and shower which was incrdeilbly difficult to use very out dated furniture didnt warrent the £1500 for 6 days. The window wouldnt close well and the sound of the gail came in the room and the cold air making the room freezing .

The food was very over priced and I wasnt impressed with the cook who made the veggie sausage look like a suppository it wasnt worth the money I paid for breakfast and evening meal which was roughly £700 for 6 days , New years eve evening meal was £85 each for 'al a cart' which would have cost about me £10 to buy. Staff were very nice at breakfast very thoughtful and caring but not so much in the evening . Mr Mappin is all about snobery and who he knows ie Donald Trump and Prince Charles but Mr mappin needs to concentrate on the needs of guests and better customer service and maybe help the over worked staff.

They really need Gordon Ramsey for makeover and better attudes and food I really was overcharged but you live and learn shame because had they got a better theme and better furniture and attitude and more reastic prices it would have been fantasic and Ted is a nice guy as I expect Mr mappin is , Negetivity however breeds negativity
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Date of stay: December 2023
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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maid10 asked a question Mar 2024
Cornwall, United Kingdom37 contributions44 helpful votes
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April wrote a tip 12 Jul
Dartford, United Kingdom1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Parking was available and free. Free Wi-Fi thia was useful. Can be a bit nippy by the sea in evenings so take a light jacket or such like"
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ian g wrote a tip 9 Jul
Beccles, United Kingdom46 contributions17 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"As passing through we didn't stay the night so therefore cannot express an opinion."
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j0nd0e297 wrote a tip 9 Jul
Boston, Massachusetts15 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Take an extra pillow if you want something firm and not sink into."
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Andy wrote a tip Jun 2024
21 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Take good walking shoes."
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Sue Jones wrote a tip Jun 2024
30 contributions6 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Make sure you clarify what room you are booking"
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Frequently Asked Questions about Camelot Castle Hotel
What are some of the property amenities at Camelot Castle Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at Camelot Castle Hotel?
Top room amenities include a flat screen TV, a view of a nearby landmark, and a seating area.
What food & drink options are available at Camelot Castle Hotel?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Camelot Castle Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are pets allowed at Camelot Castle Hotel?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Camelot Castle Hotel have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.
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