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All reviews suits of armour short break full english sunday roast high street car park enjoyable stay four poster bed stayed for nights bed was very comfortable nothing too much trouble ate here great hosts the pub warm welcome evening meal king arthur
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Reviewed September 14, 2016

The receptionist was very helpful and pleasant despite struggling to cope as understaffed. The roast however, was very amateur. The meat and yorkshire pudding were put on the table and then we sat and looked at it till the vegetables came several minutes later. The cauliflower looked as if it had been cooked several days ago while the broccoli was almost raw. We should have given up there but decided that home made apple crumble would be a treat. Oh dear. Bown slices of apple and for some reason there were lots of sultanas in it. Crumble topping unpleasant. What a waste of £27.

Date of stay: September 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Wumple
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Reviewed September 14, 2016

This small hotel is a great place to stay, or just eat, when visiting this part of Cornwall. The food is excellent and varied, the staff are extremely friendly and helpful and the room we stayed in was great, being very clean, airy and comfortable. Musical entertainment is provided on Saturday nights in the bar area, which itself leads in to the restaurant area.

The only down sides were that the ensuite was a little small ( although it had a large shower) and the car park sometimes full.

Certainly somewhere I would stay again without question

Room tip: The rooms facing the main street would be noisier.
Date of stay: September 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank KiwiDave711
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Reviewed September 10, 2016

We went for Sunday lunch, they weren't busy, but very understaffed. The service was poor, the meat and potatoes came out then 10 minutes later the vegetables arrived, my Yorkshire pudding was burnt. The meals were overpriced for what they were, the staff didn't seem to be that bothered about the customers, and no we wouldn't go again.

Date of stay: September 2016
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank fuffer
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Reviewed September 9, 2016

I spent one night with my husband at the Tintagel Arms in August 2015. We had driven up from Newquay and I was worried about parking as Tintagel is a rather small village. Right next to the hotel is an alleyway that runs straight to the back of the hotel and provides parking for numerous cars. After grabbing our bags we made our way to the front and headed straight in. We were greeted by a friendly lady working behind the bar who got us a drink and checked us in at the same time as well.

After our drinks we headed up the (creaky) stairs to our room. The first thing that struck me was that it was small. However, as were staying only one night it didn't matter but in all honesty if I had to stay more than one night I may have opted for somewhere with a slightly bigger room. There was a small shower room off the main room and a built in wardrobe. There was also a kettle and teas and coffees (yay). The bed was SO comfortable and although I said the room was small (which it was) it was so cosy and warm that night that we didn't want to move.

We ended up eating at the hotel that night and the food was AMAZING! Also, the hotel is next to everything so you can walk to the castle and there are lots of other little shops, and pubs along the street. We slept soundly that night and the next morning we had breakfast included in our price and once again the food was outstanding. Overall, although the room was a little bit small it was a lovely place with nice staff and amazing food. Well worth every penny!

Date of stay: October 2015
Thank MrsELondon
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Reviewed September 7, 2016 via mobile

We had one night here after our drive down to Cornwall from Manchester and it was just what we needed, a nice village with plenty of pubs for a quality beer/nightcap. We only stayed one night as we are staying a night in 5 other places right round the coast. We were b&b only and the breakfast was great....you really won't get better. Tony welcomed us and a happier and more helpful soul you will not find. Hotel rooms and areas were fine and clean for what we booked it for. Four poster room sounded like a nice little touch (brownie points for me from the wife for booking it without telling her) but...you need to lie flat and not move all night because if you do you'll wake the other person. Creak, creak, creak. And you can forget about a bit of romance ;-) the neighbours will definitely be complaining. Owners...please get the bed changed in the room above the restaurant.....or get Tony up there with his screwdrivers and spanners. Saying that, we would book again.

Date of stay: September 2016
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank I1518HTdarrenb
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