Lodges with Hot Tubs in Yorkshire

Yorkshire has everything you could ask for, from rolling countryside and dramatic moorlands to scenic coastlines. Even if you’re someone who prefers a bustling city break over a quiet countryside retreat, you’ll find plenty to do in the likes of York and Sheffield. Looking for lodges with hot tubs in Yorkshire? You’ve landed in the right place! With hundreds of delightful homes all across the county, you’ll have plenty of choice for your next weekend break.

We’ve all got something different in mind when it comes to choosing the perfect holiday home. Whether you’re searching for a romantic getaway or perhaps a family-friendly cottage with plenty of open-plan space for everyone, the ideal cottage is waiting for you. If you’d like some assistance, our friendly team is on hand to advise on the best properties for your needs; from cosy log cabins with hot tubs to dog-friendly homes by the beach.

Yorkshire certainly has no shortage of beautiful areas, which can make it a challenge when choosing where to stay. Looking to unwind and spend a few days recharging your batteries? Try a relaxing break in the Yorkshire Dales or North York Moors. Love being by the seaside? Pack your bags and head to the sandy shores of Scarborough!


Top hot tub lodges in Yorkshire

  • The Roseberry

    Great Busby

    Sleeps: 4VIEW PROPERTY
  • Sheraton Lodge

    Skirlaugh

    Sleeps: 4VIEW PROPERTY
  • Ribblehead Lodge

    Hawes

    Sleeps: 2VIEW PROPERTY
  • Champagne Lodge

    Skirlaugh

    Sleeps: 4VIEW PROPERTY
  • Josi Lodge

    Malton

    Sleeps: 5VIEW PROPERTY
  • Melody

    Constable Burton

    Sleeps: 2VIEW PROPERTY
  • Dorchester Lodge

    Skirlaugh

    Sleeps: 4VIEW PROPERTY
  • Riverwood Pet

    Skirlaugh

    Sleeps: 4VIEW PROPERTY
  • The Wainstones

    Great Busby

    Sleeps: 2VIEW PROPERTY

Best locations for a lodge in Yorkshire

If you can’t decide where to go, then take a look at our top five locations for a hot tub lodge in Yorkshire.

1. North York Moors

Best for: A weekend of complete relaxation

A place of exceptional natural beauty taking up much of north-eastern Yorkshire, the North York Moors National Park is brimming with stunning locations. From vibrant heather moorlands and hillsides to magical river valleys and coastal towns, it’s the perfect place to escape the daily bustle.

2. Yorkshire Dales

Best for: Visiting with your pooch

Yet another beautiful national park in North Yorkshire, the Yorkshire Dales encompasses miles and miles of bucolic countryside, dramatic moorlands, and lots of pretty villages. A fantastic choice for those looking to get away with their four-legged friend, you’ll find so many fantastic walking routes wherever you decide to stay.

For more detailed information about places to visit and things to do in this area, we recommend you check out The Yorkshire Dales website

3. York

Best for: Discovering the rich history of Yorkshire

If you prefer lively city breaks, then be sure to book a cottage close to the city of York. This historic city has something for everyone to enjoy; plenty of independent shops for a spot of retail therapy, lots of unique museums and an array of bars and restaurants. The city hosts a variety of events every month so remember to take a look at the schedule before you book!

4. Scarborough

Best for: Spending the weekend by the seaside

For a traditional seaside holiday, head over to the coastal town of Scarborough. Spend your days relaxing on the golden sands of its award-winning beaches or take a relaxing boat trip from the harbour - there’s lots to see and do here. A fantastic destination for family holidays, you’ll find a waterpark, circus and sea life centre in the town, among many more fun attractions.

5. Harrogate

Best for: Strolling around the stunning gardens of Harrogate

Harrogate is a historic spa town in North Yorkshire, famed for its beautiful gardens and natural springs. If a private hot tub just isn’t enough to leave you completely relaxed, here you can enjoy a luxurious massage and spa experience in the Turkish Baths. After a relaxed morning, take a stroll around the pretty Valley Gardens or the RHS Garden, Harlow Carr.

Best walks in Yorkshire

There’s no doubt you’ll want to make the most of your scenic surroundings during your hot tub holiday in Yorkshire. Here are just a few of our favourite walks in the area.

1. Broxa Forest

Location: North York Moors
Difficulty: Medium
Walk length: Just under six miles

There’s something so relaxing about a quiet woodland walk. Broxa Forest in the North York Moors is an enchanting pine woodland, just outside the village of Harwood Dale. A route that can be enjoyed in every season, you’ll be amazed at the natural beauty hidden within this dense forest.

2. Grassington

Location: Yorkshire Dales
Difficulty: Medium
Walk length: Eight and a half miles

If you like walks that take you through pretty towns and villages, then you’ll want to give the Burnsall to Grassington Trail a try. This scenic riverside walk will take you past a variety of falls and natural pools, into the quaint village of Grassington, then back to your starting point at Burnsall.

3. York’s City Walls

Location: York
Difficulty: Easy
Walk length: Just over two mile

York’s City Walls were once a powerful defence against their opposition, but now they’re a great way to do a bit of sightseeing in the city. Spanning over two miles, visitors can stroll along and soak up the sights. It’s a great way to familiarise yourself with the area.

4. The Cinder Track

Location: Scarborough
Difficulty: Medium
Walk length: 21 miles

The Cinder Track is a 21-mile stretch along the former Scarborough to Whitby rail line. A popular route with horse riders, walkers and cyclists alike, there’s plenty of places to stop and start your walks along the way (we don’t expect you to do it all in one day!).

5. The Harrogate Mystery Treasure Trail

Location: Harrogate
Difficulty: Easy
Walk length: Two miles

For those with little ones in tow, the Harrogate Mystery Treasure Trail is a must-do while stopping in or visiting the town. This winding path will take you through the hidden backstreets of Harrogate, solving clues along the way.

Best sights in Yorkshire

Make the most of your surroundings with these popular sights and tourist attractions around Yorkshire.

1. Roseberry Topping

Location: North York Moors
Fun fact: This hill was originally named ‘Othenesberg’ by the Vikings, which roughly translates to Óthinn's rock.

Roseberry Topping is a unique hill near the village of Great Ayton. This iconic landmark has been attracting visitors since the Bronze Age and was held in high regard by the Vikings who settled in the nearby area. It’s a strenuous yet short walk to its summit, where you’ll get to enjoy panoramic views of the stunning North York Moors.

Pit-stop nearby: The King’s Head Inn is a traditional 17th-century pub in the village of Great Ayton.

2. Aysgarth Falls

Location: Yorkshire Dales
Fun fact: The falls look most spectacular after a bout of heavy rainfall.

The Aysgarth Falls are a collection of pretty waterfalls in the Yorkshire Dales. Cascading over limestone steps in the River Ure, these pretty falls attract hundreds of visitors each year. You’ll find a number of lovely walks in the nearby area, so there’s plenty to keep you entertained for a full day.

Pit-stop nearby: Stop by The Wheatsheaf Inn at Wensleydale for tasty home-cooked food in a friendly atmosphere.

3. York Minster

Location: York
Fun fact: Its official name is ‘Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of St Peter in York’.

The mighty York Minster is one of the largest cathedrals in the whole of Northern Europe. Completed in 1472, this ancient building has stood the test of time. An architectural masterpiece; stunning stained glass windows and intricate ceilings are among the ornate features within this historic place of worship.

Pit-stop nearby: If the sun is shining, sit out at The Star Inn The City, a contemporary restaurant serving up a menu of beautifully-presented European and British dishes.

4. Peasholm Park

Location: Scarborough
Fun fact: In the early 1900s, galas and concerts were regularly held at Peasholm Park.

Instead of mentioning Scarborough Beach, we thought we’d feature the very unique Peasholm Park. Voted as one of the best parks in the UK, this oriental-themed garden takes you on a journey around Japan. You’ll stroll by waterfalls, lakes and woodlands - all lined with rare and exotic trees and plants from around the world.

Pit-stop nearby: After wandering around the gardens, enjoy a freshly brewed coffee at Cafe Baroque in Scarborough.

5. Royal Pump Room Museum

Location: Harrogate
Fun fact: The place used to be a social hub for the affluent visitors coming to the town to use the spas.

The Royal Pump Room is a Grade II listed museum in the heart of Harrogate. Once a pump house for the city’s spa water, it has now been transformed into a unique attraction that lets guests uncover the history of the spa town - it’s even home to some beautiful Egyptian treasures.

Pit-stop nearby: The Fat Badger is a short two-minute walk from the museum. This classy restaurant and bar has an extensive menu and excellent wine list.