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Whether you’re looking for something close to the city of York or perhaps somewhere in the countryside, the ideal lodge is waiting for you. From spacious holiday homes with open-plan living to lovely little shepherd’s huts with all the essentials, we’ve handpicked an amazing selection of lodges with hot tubs in York and the surrounding areas.

Ever wanted to explore the Yorkshire Wolds? Or perhaps spend a weekend in the scenic setting of one of North Yorkshire’s market towns? Our friendly team can help you find the perfect lodge for your needs, from pet-friendly retreats to traditional log cabins with hot tubs. Take a look at our collection of delightful lodges with private hot tubs and start planning your next getaway today!

The best lodges in York

  • The Roseberry

    Great Busby

    Sleeps: 4VIEW PROPERTY
  • Swallow Lodge

    Hornsea

    Sleeps: 2VIEW PROPERTY
  • Sheraton Lodge

    Skirlaugh

    Sleeps: 4VIEW PROPERTY
  • Ribblehead Lodge

    Hawes

    Sleeps: 2VIEW PROPERTY
  • Wainstone

    Carlton–in–Cleveland

    Sleeps: 2VIEW PROPERTY
  • Oakwood Lodge

    York

    Sleeps: 6VIEW PROPERTY
  • Champagne Lodge

    Skirlaugh

    Sleeps: 4VIEW PROPERTY
  • Josi Lodge

    Malton

    Sleeps: 5VIEW PROPERTY
  • Melody

    Constable Burton

    Sleeps: 2VIEW PROPERTY

Best locations for a lodge in York

There’s plenty of amazing places to discover in and around York! Here are just a few of our most popular destinations.

Rawcliffe

Best for: Getting back to nature and enjoying picturesque walks

Rawcliffe is a picturesque village, just three miles North West of York. It’s home to a number of wildlife reservations, making it a great choice for those who love getting back to nature and enjoying the peace and quiet of the countryside. If you’re planning on taking your pooch along, you’ll find plenty of lovely walks here.

Stockton on the Forest

Best for: Enjoying peace and quiet while only being 15-minutes from the city

Stockton on the Forest is a historic village which even had a mention in the  Domesday Book, written in the 11th century. Despite only being a 15-minute drive from the city, this quaint village feels like worlds away from the bustling centre of York!

Heslington

Best for: Spending an afternoon trying local ales in the nearby pub

The busy village of Heslington is less than ten-minutes from the city centre. Set close to the University of York, you’ll find a good choice of pubs serving up local ales - including the Charles XII and The Deramore Arms. If you’re planning on exploring York yet want somewhere just a little quieter, then Heslington is an excellent choice.

Huntington

Best for: Leaving the car on the drive and heading into the city!

The village of Huntington lies next to the River Foss and has everything you need for a relaxed stay in Yorkshire. Within, you’ll find a local grocer, butcher and two great pubs to check out the local ales - The Blacksmiths Arms and The Flag & Whistle. If you feel like leaving the car on the drive, you can easily hop on a bus to the city centre.

Nether Poppleton

Best for: Discovering the ancient history of the village

Set by the west bank of the River Ouse, Nether Poppleton is a quaint town with an interesting history. A Channel 4 series commissioned a series of digs to be completed in the local area, and found ruins of buildings dating all the way back to AD 450-850 - a must-see for any history buff!

Best walks in York

You’ll find plenty of great walking routes in and around York. Here are just a few of our favourites.

Rawcliffe Circular Walk

Location: Rawcliffe

Difficulty: Easy

Walk length: Six miles


This Rawcliffe Circular Walk takes you along Rawcliffe Lake and down towards the river, before heading into the village of Skelton. After a stroll through the village, you’ll head back up through a pretty woodland.

Stockton on the Forest via Rudcarr Lane

Location: Stockton on the Forest

Difficulty: Easy

Walk length: Just under four miles

The Stockton on the Forest via Rudcarr Lane route takes you along idyllic countryside paths. It should take around an hour and a half to complete, so it’s ideal for a quick afternoon or evening stroll. It’s hard to imagine that the city is just a few miles away!

Heslington via Low Lane and Common Lane

Location: Heslington

Difficulty: Easy

Walk length: Two and a half miles

Great for a short morning stroll, the Heslington aia Low Lane and Common Lane route only takes around an hour to complete. Along the way, you’ll stroll through beautiful countryside before circling back to the village.

River Foss

Location: Huntington

Difficulty: Easy

Walk length: Varied

You’ll find plenty of great walking routes around the River Foss in Huntington. A great choice for those with pooches in tow, this dog-friendly route along the river is perfect for walkies.

River Ouse & Moor Monkton from Nether Poppleton

Location: Nether Poppleton

Difficulty: Medium

Walk length: 10 miles


If you’re planning on a big hike while you’re away the River Ouse & Moor Monkton from Nether Poppleton route is sure to please. The entire walk should take you around five hours to complete, so be sure to pack some lunch!