Treat yourself to a weekend of total relaxation with a stay in one of our luxury lodges with hot tubs. Set in beauty spots across the UK, our delightful lodges are perfect for romantic breaks and even family holidays. So whatever you have in mind, we’ve got a lovely lodge to match.
We all deserve a luxurious holiday every now and then, and our cottages with hot tubs make your stay that extra bit special. After a busy day, you can soak your stresses away in a bubbling tub - maybe even with a glass of champagne in hand! Whether you’re searching for a dog-friendly holiday cottage or perhaps a rural retreat for two, we’ve got an incredible hand-picked selection of luxury holiday lodges.
From the shimmering coastlines of Cornwall and Devon to the rugged wilderness of the Snowdonia National Park, our hot tub holiday lodges can be found all over Britain. So, whether you’re searching for those awe-inspiring sea views or perhaps in need of a luxury cottage away from civilization, you’re sure to find the perfect retreat with us.
Searching the best places to book a luxury log cabin with a hot tub? Here are five of our most popular locations.
Best for: Strolling around the thriving market towns
The Lake District National Park is best known for its stunning glacial lakes, dramatic hillsides, and pretty market towns. With plenty to see and do, it’s perfect for those who can’t decide between a weekend of relaxation or one that’s full of adventure. Unwind in the lovely villages of Grasmere and Hawkshead or make the most of the hustle and bustle of Ambleside and Bowness-on-Windermere.
Best for: Trying out a new outdoor activity
Considered to be the home of adventure, there are endless options for outdoor activities in North Wales. From kayaking to zip-lining, there’s so much to enjoy in this beautiful region. Love getting out and exploring? If you’re stopping in one of our dog-friendly cottages, you’ll find plenty of amazing coastal and countryside walks in the area to enjoy with your pooch.
Best for: Making the most of the sunshine
Head to the South Coast to enjoy the balmy temperatures of Cornwall. Don’t believe us? This sunny county boasts its very own sub-tropical microclimate! With over 500 beaches to choose from, it’s the perfect choice for a traditional seaside break. Some of its most popular towns include the artsy St Ives and the charming fishing port of Padstow.
Best for: Exploring the city or heading to the hills
The dramatic and varied landscape of Scotland offers something for every visitor. Spend a weekend in the historic city of Edinburgh or head to the Highlands to escape the crowds - you’ll find our cottages all over this impressive country. Another popular destination is the Isle of Skye off the country’s North West Coast, boasting miles of undisturbed natural beauty.
Best for: Spending a weekend in the Dartmoor National Park
Devon offers the perfect blend of coast and countryside. For those that love the sight of rolling hills and valleys, a holiday lodge in the Dartmoor National Park is sure to please. If you prefer the sounds of rolling waves and the call of seabirds, the picturesque town of Torquay offers all you need. After all, it’s where you’ll find part of the English Riviera - a stretch of beautiful coastal towns along Devon’s south coast.
If you can tear yourself away from the soothing bubbles of your private hot tub, you’re likely to find an abundance of scenic walks in the local area. Here are just a few of our favourites.
Location: Lake District
Walk length: One and a half miles
Take a short, yet rewarding hike to the top of Latrigg in Lakeland. From its summit, you can enjoy delightful views across the town of Keswick and Skiddaw - a popular mountain in the national park.
Location: North Wales
Walk length: Just under eight miles
If you fancy a decent hike, this Swallow Falls route should take around three and a half hours to complete. Starting at the Betws-y-Coed train station, it takes you along to the pretty Swallow Falls waterfall before crossing over the river.
Walk length: Just under three miles
A nice, easygoing walk along a flat footpath, this trail to Hannafore Point is suitable for walkers of all fitness levels and ages. The coastal views across the town of Looe are absolutely gorgeous - especially on summer days.
Walk length: Seven miles
A challenging seven-mile hike to the summit of Ben Lomond, this is an excellent challenge for keen walkers. With this route, you’ll have a direct ascent to its impressive 974m - so be prepared for some very steep sections!
Walk length: Just over four miles
This Teign Gorge route is most scenic during the autumn, although it can be enjoyed throughout the year. A peaceful circular route in the lovely Dartmoor National Park, you’ll follow the scenic riverside before reaching the gorge.