Prices to stay at one of the hotels used for the G7 Leader's Summit after the event in Cornwall this year have skyrocketed.

In order to enjoy one of the Carbis Bay Hotel's three-bedroom villa's between the June 17-23, a week after the G7 Summit, you'll need to be ready to part with £4,000 per night - a £24,000 total stay.

The hotel's two bedroom villa comes in shorter at £21,000 for the six night stay.

According to the hotel's website, the villas also come with free breakfast and WiFi, too.

The sky-high prices may come as a shock to some as Cornwall consistently ranks as one of the poorest locations in Europe and has seen 17 of its neighbourhoods categorised among the top 10% most deprived in the UK.

It is also one of four areas within the UK that qualifies for poverty-related grants from the European Social Fund.

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Pengegon in Camborne is the most deprived neighbourhood in Cornwall, according to the Index of Multiple Deprivation - the official measure of relative deprivation for small areas or neighbourhoods in England.

In second place comes Treneere in Penzance and third place goes to Close Hill, Strawberry Fields and Treleigh in Redruth.

The hotel has also recently been involved in its controversial removal of certain areas of the surrounding woodland, which Cornwall Council urged it to stop at the time.

In a statement at the time, the hotel said: "We appreciate that our passion and commitment to the environment are shared by many, and would like to address the misunderstanding on social media, and reassure our guests and neighbours about the area that we are working on at the moment.

"Part of our long-standing plans for the estate included clearing a small self-seeded scrubland area to the side of the hotel, and work on this area started several years ago.

"We can confirm this was not ancient woodland and there are no badger sets on this piece of land.

The Carbis Bay Hotel has been chosen to host the G7 summit when it occurs on June 11-13 this year, hosting leaders and their entourages from all over the world.