Tyram Lakes Hotel, Spa and Resort

newsletter-feb-20178Planning permission has been granted for the development for a luxurious lakeside leisure resort in Hatfield, south Yorkshire, which will eventually include 200 eco lodges plus a boutique 110-bedroom spa hotel.

Located in the heart of the Humberside Peatlands, Hatfield Moor and the National Nature Reserve, the Tyram Lakes Hotel, Spa & Resort will deliver a unique development of avant-garde floating architecture set within 65 acres of lakes and surrounded by 100 acres of natural woodlands.

Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council approved the application on 8th December 2016 to build the unique green resort; commencing with the first phase of 50 eco lodges, which will all be constructed from timber and incorporate the latest environmentally-friendly technologies providing a tranquil escape in a beautiful natural habitat.

Daulton Byfield, managing director of Rothgen, says: “The Tyram Lakes Hotel, Spa & Resort will be the first of its type in the UK. We are planning to invest around £25 million to create a first class eco holiday village where visitors can relax amongst nature and enjoy a quiet break from hectic modern life”.

Baca Associate, Andrew Scrace, adds: “The scale and ambitious nature of the plans will ensure the resort is one of the most luxurious, fun and relaxing holiday destinations in Europe. This green development will be as sustainable as its currently possible to build and be an exemplary case study for other developers. We are thrilled to be involved in such an exciting, forward looking, project.”

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