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Camelot Castle Hotel

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Sitting proudly in Tintagel overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and Tintagel Castle, the legendary birthplace of King Arthur, the stunning 64 bedroom Camelot Castle Hotel offers rooms with magnificent panoramic views over the rugged Cornish coastline from Hartland Point in the North, to Trevose Head in the South. With its unsurpassed scenery, natural beauty, peace and tranquillity, it is possibly one of the most inspiring locations in the world. Many a famous person has stayed here over the years including Ava Gardner, Donald Pleasance, J. B. Priestley, A. A. Milne, Frank Langella, Sir Laurence Olivier, Sir Noel Coward and Sir Winston Churchill.

The Hotel, which is fully licensed, offers excellent cuisine, the guests being offered choice fare which has been expertly prepared by 5 star Chefs from the abundant supplies from local gardens and farm produce. All served in the Irina’s Restaurant that overlooks the magnificent Castle Ruins. Start your day with our Ala Carte Breakfast or Special Champagne Breakfast that can be order to your room as well.

There are many types of rooms to choose from at Camelot Castle - Atlantic Ocean View, View of Tintagel Castle ruins, single, twin, double, family, deluxe and special four-poster bedrooms. All rooms with European en-suite, Computerised Telephone system, Baby listening, TV, Tea and Coffee making facilities or room service (depending on room type) and hairdryers. Pets are very welcome in our classic rooms.


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