Lodges with Hot Tubs in Dorset

Located on England’s South West coast, Dorset offers everything you could need for a luxury holiday abroad. Boasting a varied landscape of rich countryside, incredible seaside resorts and quaint towns, there really is something for every age, budget and taste. Plus, with a selection of luxury hot tub lodges and holiday cottages, you won’t be disappointed.

From large party pads that have a decking area and inspiring sea views, lodges with private hot tubs for a romantic getaway, smaller cottages ideal for couples and modern lodges with everything your family needs for a home from home - whatever type of Dorset holiday lodge you’re after, you’re sure to find it. And if you’ve got extra guests coming - kids, grandparents or the four-legged kind - they’re more than welcome too.

That’s not all either, as when you book through us you also benefit from the best-price guarantee and a friendly customer service team who make it their job to find you the perfect lodge. We also have plenty of last-minute hot tub holiday deals and discounted holiday prices to really tempt you. So, what are you waiting for?

The best lodges in Dorset

  • The Lodge at Thornhill


    Sleeps: 8VIEW PROPERTY
  • Linden 2 Premier

    Holton Heath

    Sleeps: 4VIEW PROPERTY
  • Signature 2


    Sleeps: 4VIEW PROPERTY
  • Bramble, Ansty, Dorchester

    Ansty, Dorchester

    Sleeps: 4VIEW PROPERTY
  • Holworth 3 Bed Lodge


    Sleeps: 6VIEW PROPERTY
  • Violet 28 Oakdene Forest Park


    Sleeps: 6VIEW PROPERTY
  • New Forest Lodges


    Sleeps: 6VIEW PROPERTY
  • Beaminster 3 Bed Lodge


    Sleeps: 6VIEW PROPERTY
  • Log Cabin in Dorset

    Blandford Forum

    Sleeps: 4VIEW PROPERTY

Best locations for a lodge in Dorset


Best for: A buzzing and playful atmosphere, day and nightPerhaps one of Dorset’s more well-known destinations, Bournemouth combines relaxed seaside vibes with a vibrant nightlife scene. Spend your days exploring the pier, tasting local treats and catching some rays on the golden sands. In the evening, Bournemouth really comes alive with plenty of bars, restaurants, theatres and comedy clubs opening their doors.


Best for: A traditional seaside feel Famous for its sandy beaches and impressive harbour, a holiday in Poole has something for every budget, age and taste. There’s plenty of things to see and do here including a range of activities both on land and the water. Plus, if you need warming up afterwards, the harbourside cafes and bars are a great place to start.


Best for: Those picture-perfect moments

Often recognised as one of Europe’s best beach destinations, award-winning Weymouth is ideal for a UK staycation. Think glorious Blue Flag beaches, an area of outstanding natural beauty, colorful huts and quaint coastal cafes serving freshly caught goods. The viewing tower and sealife park also make for some fantastic day trips. One thing’s for sure, in Weymouth, you won’t get bored.


Best for: Its shopping, sightseeing and history

Head to Dorchester and explore everything that the historic town has to offer. Here, the streets are lined with shops, there’s lots of museums to learn a thing or two in and there’s plenty of pet-friendly restaurants and bars to keep your tummy happy too. If you want to take in the fresh air, the area is packed with walking trails and adventures also.


Best for: A varied arts, culture and entertainment programme

The market town of Bridport is home to an inspiring antiques quarter and has a thriving and quirky feel. Its shops are eclectic, cafes eccentric and with plenty to see and do for groups of friends and family members, you’ll certainly feel welcome. The area also has fantastic links to the rest of Dorset, making it a great base for your trip.

Best walks in Dorset

Weymouth to Portland

Location: Weymouth

Difficulty: Moderate

Walk length: Six miles

The walk from Weymouth to Portland begins at Weymouth train station. From here, you follow the Rodwell Trail (a disused trainline), up to Portland Harbour and then on to Church Ope Cove - Portland’s only beach. Expect to see some of the area’s most incredible and diverse scenery so don’t forget your camera.

Golden Cap

Location: Bridport

Difficulty: Moderate

Walk length: Three miles

Golden Cap is one of the area’s best-known walks and there’s also plenty of shorter trails that allow you to experience it too. Simply start at Langdon Hill and follow the waymarked path all the way to the top. It can be quite steep but once there, the views are definitely worth it.

Durnovaria Town Walk

Location: Dorchester

Difficulty: Easy

Walk length: One mile

Explore this Roman town with the Durnovaria Town Walk which takes you on a short adventure. You’ll pass local attractions like the Salisbury Fields and Borough Gardens as well as plenty of cafes to refuel in. Ideal for all ages and walking abilities, this gentle walk is a great way to get everyone outside in the fresh air.

Poole Trail

Location: Poole

Difficulty: Easy

Walk length: Varied

If you want to explore Poole and its Quay, Old Town and Harbourside Park, the interactive Poole Trail is a fantastic choice. With three trails to enjoy - one inside the Museum and two around the town - simply follow the signposts, complete the activities and discover Poole’s past. There’s also the option to play along using your smartphone.

Bournemouth Pier to Sandbanks

Location: Bournemouth

Difficulty: Easy

Walk length: Three and a half miles

The walk from Bournemouth Pier to Sandbanks offers you incredible seaside views, a taste of the local wildlife and plenty of picture opportunities. It’s also great for young, old and four-legged walkers as there’s no hills and the terrain is flat. With several restaurants and bars along the way, it’s a great way to spend a day.