A millionaire spent a fortune building a pirate island – in a lake miles inland.
Company heir James Challis, 29, created the Pirates of the Caribbean-style hideaway as a tribute to his late grandad.
The retreat in Cambridgeshire features a guest house called Coffer Cabin, The Black Doubloon tavern, Lubber’s Locker beach hut, a ‘ruin’ named Dead Man’s Deck and a dock.
James built it all in memory of family firm founder John Dickerson, who wanted “something special” done with the site.
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