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Britain's First 'Six Star Resort' Has Got The Go-Ahead

Britain's First 'Six Star Resort' Has Got The Go-Ahead

A six-star resort is set to open in Cornwall after planners gave the go-ahead.

If you end up staying at this ridiculously awesome park, you'd be staying in either a luxury villa or a freaking treehouse.

Right. I'm going to stop right there. Let's think about this for a second. When I think about five-star hotels, I think of big, massive, stern looking hotels with all the free shampoo and conditioner you can use. How awesome do these treehouses have to be to get a six-star rating?

Holy crap, I'm excited.

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The 90-acre resort will have 106 villas, 46 treehouses, 84 courtyard homes, a leisure park, convention centre, exhibition space plus shops, restaurants and a pub.

A PUB.

Where will this amazing resort be?! Do they do media passes?!

If you're familiar with Cornwall, then do you know the old Crealy Cornwall adventure park between Wadebridge and St Columb? Well it's going to be next to that.

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The genius behind this resort is none other than the former owner of Alton Towers, John Broome. He told The Sun: "If the Camel Creek Resort is developed there will be 997 jobs on site and at all levels as befits a luxury resort."

The council will be imposing a 'series of legally-binding conditions on developers' to ease any worries of locals.

Featured image credit: SWNS

Topics: cornwall, Alton Towers

Mel Ramsay

Mel Ramsay has been a Senior Journalist for Tyla and LADbible since 2015. She started her career writing obituaries and funeral guides online. Since then, her work has been published in a wide variety of national and local news sites. She is part of the BBC's Generation project and has spoken about young people, politics and mental health on television, radio and online. Contact her - [email protected]