Camelot Castle Hotel: The Ultimate Unusual Hotel
Camelot Castle Hotel must be one of the most unusual hotels in Britain and checks a bewildering array of boxes for those looking for a unique hotel experience. Besides being a castle, which is enough of a novelty in itself, the hotel is also one of the best pet friendly hotels in the West Country. Just to top it all off, the hotel also claims to be the birth place of the mythical King Arthur, giving the hotel its name sake.
If the legends of King Arthur are not enough to inspire you, the hotel has an impressive enough guest history of non-mythical characters including, the author JB Priestly, war time leader Sir Winston Churchill and actor Sir Laurence Olivier.
When it comes to rooms, there are a wide range available with views both out to sea and over the moors.
At the most inexpensive end of the scale, classic rooms offer guests comfortable en suite accommodation finished in a tasteful Victorian style. However, to get a real castle hotel experience, go for one of the four poster bedrooms. The beds in these rooms are a work of art in themselves made of solid hard wood giving the hotel a romantic period feel.
When it comes to fining a dog friendly hotel in the West Country, there can be few better places than Camelot Castle Hotel. Here dogs are treated as guests in there own right, the owners will even prepare a luxury “steak royal” breakfast for your four legged companion.
Dinning is a real treat at the hotel’s restaurant “Irina’s” especially in summer when meals can be taken al-fresco with stunning views out to sea. Naturally, the restaurant makes use of local seasonal produce which in this area of the country is some of the finest in Britain.
So if looking for a truly unusual hotel in Cornwall, there are few hotels that will tick such a variety of boxes as that of the Camelot Castle.
Camelot Castle Hotel