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Reviewed 17 August 2009

In response to the the review from arthurgee_9, our reception was 'we can leave our bags in the room but will have to leave as check-in is at 4pm, this is my business and thats how i like to run it', we arrived at 1pm, and left shortly after. We did miss breakfast on the second morning, breakfast is served...

5Thank marriedlad34
Stoke Poges, Bucks
Reviewed 29 July 2009

I booked 3 nights for our Honeymoon in a Premier / Deluxe room and I have to be perfectly honest and say that I was dissapointed. I didn't actually realise until we got there that it was in fact a glorified B & B that is charging Hotel prices. I personally feel that £170 a night is very much overpriced...

6Thank Arthurgee_9
AnnaWright, owner at Highland Court Lodge, responded to this review

To say that this review is a little unfair is an understatement. There are a number of factors that the writer has obviously not considered before writing their review. We are not a "glorified B & B", but 5 star gold rated guest accommodation, one of only 2 in Cornwall. These awards are not handed out life confetti; they have...

Somewhere in the UK
Reviewed 2 July 2009

We came to HCL on a whim. Having been married on the Saturday we decided to spend a few nights in Cornwall, using the visit Cornwall tourist web portal. In many respects it was a good thing that we did not check the venue against the reviews on here before booking as I would have been put off. Yes, the...

Thank Hannah J
East Yorkshire
Reviewed 27 June 2009

Stayed here in August 2008 - booked it after been tantalised by the web site thinking that I would be stepping into paradise. The owners are rude and very unhelpful. The accommodation is nicely decorated but nothing more than you would expect from a basic bed and breakfast. The place is miles from anywhere and there is nothing to do...

6Thank OlderandWiser1
AnnaWright, Owner at Highland Court Lodge, responded to this review

I am a little unsure why this review has been written 10 months after their stay. Our chambermaid had to experience the following during these guests stay:- Soaking wet wetsuits hung up in the bathroom to drip all over the floor. The spa bath was covered in huge amounts of beach sand and surf boards, yes, surf boards!. This caused...

Reviewed 11 June 2009

This is an overpriced bed & breakfast. Have no idea where the 5 stars come from!

6Thank UkHonest
AnnaWright, Manager at Highland Court Lodge, responded to this review

Words fail us. 2 night stay in a luxury double en suite (king size bed, patio area with tables and chairs, views toward the sea & Carlyon Bay Golf course, bathroom with p shaped bath and power shower, toilettres, robes, mini bar, beverage tray, fresh milk, flowers, fruit, full breakfast, service, VAT and ample free parking all included and paid...

Reviewed 13 June 2008

I have stayed at hotels all over the world. This is by far the most misleading, overpriced and falsely advertised facility I have ever been in. It is advertised and sold as a spa. Yet no facilities exist that you would expect from a spa. Other than (if you pay the highest price) a small jaccuzzi. My partner and I...

6Thank LondonWinnie
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 3 November 2007

Monstrous - this is the word I would use to sum up our experience at the Highland Court Lodge. Both my wife and I are shocked and incensed by the way we have been treated, and I want to share the details with fellow travellers. Below are the straight facts of our stay - and I promise that it is...

17Thank Alex E
AW132, Owner at Highland Court Lodge, responded to this review

The writer is a very clever and calculated individual. Mr E stayed with us in May 2007 and has only just decided to write the review, although in this period he has written 2 other over the top stunning reviews that are obviously for our benefit. He had not written one before staying with us. There are a couple of...

Reviewed 2 October 2007

Stayed for a week with my family and had a wonderful time.The couple that run this place couldn't have been nicer and more helpfull, accomodtion supurb and spotless,the food was wonderful.Looking forward to returning can't wait .

Thank kittenkate
Reviewed 29 June 2007

Like other reviewers of Highland Court Lodge, we were hugely disappointed by the experience of staying there. Put bluntly, it is outrageously overpriced and the web site 'spins' every aspect of their offering to the limit... and beyond. As stated in other reviews, this is not a country house, rather it is an extended family home. It is set in...

10Thank HobbesUk
AW132, Customer Service Manager at Highland Court Lodge, responded to this review

Another couple that will always be remembered! It is a shame that people who stay at guest accommosation for one night only, which attracts a single night supplement, subsequently penalise that establishment as not giving value for money. This room normally is priced at £65.00 pppn in high season and the room offers a kingsize bed, seating, large bathroom with...

Reviewed 8 September 2006

I am so pleased to see that other people who have stayed at this '5* B&B' have been bitterly disappointed, as was I when I stayed last year. The price tag for this B&B is incredulous!!!

13Thank kayzebonda
AnnaWright, Anna Wright Manager at Highland Court Lodge, responded to this review

We are rather surprised why a person who stayed here in July 2005 should decide to make an entry with Trip Advisor in September 2006. Another couple I remember very well! This couple stayed in one of our premier rooms for 2 nights on a July weekend and enjoyed the all luxuries that we offer aswell as a complimentary cream...

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Additional Information about Highland Court Lodge

Address: Highland Court Lodge Biscovey Road | Biscovey, St Austell PL24 2HW, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Cornwall > St Austell
Price Range: €53 - €100 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 7
Also Known As:
Highland Court Lodge Cornwall/St Austell
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