Shepherd huts can make a cosy, contemporary and unique holiday home and ones with an outdoor jacuzzis are even better. Many offer incredible views in peaceful, eco-friendly locations with stunning interiors and all the mod cons you’ll need for a relaxing and comfortable stay. To find your ideal holiday home, take a look at our list of the best lodges, cabins and shepherds huts with hot tubs in the UK.
Location: The Lake District
Best for: Couples or families
Lily Lodge & Hot Tub is a luxurious lodge not too far from the town of Bowness and the waters of Lake Windermere in the Lake District. It has a good sized outdoor veranda and is a perfect retreat for couples or a family with small children.
Best for: Visiting the Jurassic Coast
The Nook is a cosy one room holiday home with an en suite shower and a patio. The property is only a short walk to the pub and 20 kilometers from Lulworth Cove in Dorset. Guests can benefit from complimentary WiFi and private parking.
Best for: A larger family
Moor Farm Lodge has three lovingly furnished bedrooms and makes comfortable accommodation for up to six guests. It’s a hut with a wood fired hot tub in the enclosed garden and is a great base to explore the stunning Norfolk coastline.
Location: Monmouthshire, Wales
Best for: A rural retreat
This secluded hut is set in ancient woodland with lush views of the dramatic Usk Valley in Wales. Guests staying at this Log Cabin can enjoy their own private wood fired hot tub, fire pit, BBQ and hammock. It’s also perfectly situated for a lovely walk up the mountains in the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Best for: Star gazing
Fern Leaf Roundhouse is one of four stylish huts on a glamping site in a heavenly countryside setting in Cornwall. The huts offer high-end luxury with hand chosen fixtures, fittings and en suite bathroom. A porthole in the roof allows guests to lay back and watch the stars on a clear night.
Best for: Keen walkers
This three-bedroom Log Cabin in North Yorkshire makes an excellent base for walkers keen to explore the nearby North York Moors National Park and the rugged Yorkshire coastline. This impressive space has everything you need for a relaxing stay, including a private hot tub and a charcoal BBQ.
Location: Scottish Borders, Scotland
Best for: Wildlife watching
This Log Cabin in the Scottish Borders is a stylish micro lodge on a large family run, working farm. Nestled in an elevated position, this one bedroom getaway in Scotland offers splendid views from the enclosed garden and decked area. Nearby Tinto Hill, Culter Fell and Crosscryne is a paradise for walking, biking and hiking.
Best for: Great base for climbing up Snowdon
Log Cabin in North Wales would make the perfect romantic retreat for couples wanting to explore the nearby Snowdonia National Park. This open plan luxury stay has a comfortable double bed, a stylish shower room and a large wooden deck.
Best for: The perfect escape
This lakeside Log Cabin in Devon is only three miles away from the village of Kennerleigh and the pubs, shops and bustling farmers market of Crediton. The open plan property has a double bed, breakfast bar and wood burner. Outside is a little patio area with views of the lake and fields beyond.
Location: Argyll and Bute, Scotland
Best for: A romantic getaway
The River Lodge is tucked away from the rest of the world. The contemporary and stylish interior features large glass windows, a flat screen TV, a walk in shower and a wood burning stove. Head out onto the decking for a moment of peace and quiet within the forest garden surroundings to watch for red squirrels and listen to the river.
Best for: Visiting the Welsh coast
This stylish yet cosy Log Cabin in West Wales offers a retreat not too far from the coast and the surrounding countryside. Relax and dine alfresco on the decked area whilst enjoying the views over the lake.