Hot Tub Breaks in Devon

Whether heading to the countryside or looking for a beachside retreat, a private hot tub holiday in Devon is sure to impress. 


Boasting sandy beaches, staggering cliffs, historical towns and national parks, a holiday in Devon has something for every traveller. Often called the English Riviera, Devon is also home to a series of picture-perfect harbour towns like Torquay, Brixham and Paignton – each with their own attractions and charm. If you have a furry friend, it’s a great place to bring them along. There’s plenty of dog-friendly walking trails that venture past the coastline and into the dense countryside.

It’s not just about beaches and green landscapes either. Devon has a growing foodie scene and streets that are packed with shops, bars, arts and entertainment facilities. Of course, when you’re not out and about, you’re probably going to want a home from home – with enough space for everyone. At Hot Tub Breaks, we have a huge selection of holiday homes, apartments, party houses and cottages in Devon that are ideal for long and short breaks. 

Choose from those in North Devon with beautiful enclosed gardens and a short drive from theme parks and local attractions. Or head to South Devon and enjoy everything that the South West beaches and coastal towns have to offer. One thing’s for sure, if you’re looking for a hot tub holiday in Devon, you’ve stumbled across the right page. We have a large selection of cottages with hot tubs – for all ages, party sizes and budgets.

Featured Hot Tub Properties

Discover our most popular hot tub holidays in Devon

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Highlands Airstream At Woolacombe


From £80 pppn | Sleeps 2

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Balmoral Lodge


From £90 pppn | Sleeps 2

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Bydown Lodge


From £75 pppn | Sleeps 2

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Royal Romance


From £95 pppn | Sleeps 2

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Hazel Barn


From £80 pppn | Sleeps 11

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Gitcombe Retreat


From £100 pppn | Sleeps 8

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Little Silver Nugget


From £95 pppn | Sleeps 2

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The Bothy


From £85 pppn | Sleeps 4

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The best locations in Devon

The best locations in The Cotswolds for hot tub staycations 

Couples, families, friends and solo travellers have been visiting Devon for hundreds of years – and when you see what’s on offer, we guarantee it’ll be a firm favourite with you too. 


Best for? A traditional seaside feel
Our top property pick: Foxes Walk

Perhaps one of the most well-known beach resorts, not just in Devon but the whole of the UK, Torquay is part of the English Riviera. Home to incredible golden sands, blue waters and a bustling town centre, all ages are catered to here and whatever your dream holiday looks like, you’re sure to find it. There’s watersports, shopping, museums, galleries, gardens, cafes, bars, restaurants and a marina. That’s only scratching the surface too. Those looking for family-friendly holiday parks won’t be disappointed either.


Best for? Outdoor adventures
Our top property pick: Rock Farm

Now we haven’t just included this place because of its name. Although, it’s pretty cool, right?! Beer might only be small – it’s a little village that faces Lyme Bay and is close to Seaton. But what it lacks in size, it certainly makes up for in outdoor adventures. From walking, hiking, mountain biking and more – it’s nestled on the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site and is surrounded by trails and coastal paths. You’ll also be pleased to know there’s plenty of pubs off the beaten track which are ideal for refuelling in.


Best for? A bustling town feel
Our top property pick: The Barns

If you want all of the appeal of a relaxed coastal break with the option of somewhere busy and bustling, Dartmouth is a great choice. It’s a beautiful town that sits on the River Dart and is perfect for year-round staycations. Here, your days can be spent by the water, on the beaches, in the countryside or even in the town itself. Ideal for all ages, you’ll find independent shops, cute cafes, lively bars and pubs and a fantastic restaurant scene for breakfast, lunch and dinner. As one of the larger Devon towns, the range of holiday cottages is great too.


Best for? Watersports
Our top property pick: Seascape

Sitting pretty on the banks of the Kingsbridge Estuary, Salcombe is a haven for watersports – and keen photographers – as it’s frequently named as one of the best looking towns in Devon. It’s also officially part of the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is home to rolling countryside and gentle waters. Sailing, swimming, boating and more – whatever takes your fancy, there’s something to dip your toe in here. Of course, if you want to stay on dry land, there’s lots of bars, restaurants, cafes and shops too.


Best for? Those picture-perfect moments
Our top property pick: Tack Room

This village is seriously Instagrammable. No, really. It won Britain’s Most Instagrammable Village in 2020. It might be a harbour village on paper but, peel the back covers and you’ll find traditional cobbled streets, gorgeous architecture, beautiful beaches complete with donkeys and views over the Bristol Channel. There’s also plenty of independent shops and restaurants to try and the freshest fish around on the menu. It might not be the busiest of places, but its quaint charm and local beauty will definitely find space in your heart.

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The best activities in Devon

Plymouth Gin Distillery

Where? Plymouth

Plymouth Gin Distillery has been operating since 1793 so they definitely know how to make a G&T or two. Discover how they blend their spices, learn about the history of the company and taste a few delicious drinks. There’s even an on-site shop so you can take something home with you.

Kents Cavern

Where? Torquay

This award-winning and historical cave system make for a great day out. Explore Devon down below, discover some ancient human remains and find out some spooky tales from years gone by. Lots of events take place throughout the year too so be sure to check before you travel to Kents Cavern.

Exmoor Zoo

Where? Exmoor

Home to the only black leopard in the UK, Exmoor Zoo gives you the chance to get up close and personal to some of the world’s most beautiful animals. There’s also an age-old story that’s been roaming around the park for centuries. The on-site cafe serves up tasty treats and drinks too.

Babbacombe Model Village

Where? Torquay

Home to over 400 miniature buildings, this model village gives you the opportunity to see Devon like never before – from a completely new perspective. In fact, there are over four acres of gardens which are filled with mini houses, mini people and even smaller cars. Whatever age, it’s a great way to spend an hour or two.

Tarka Trail

Where? North Devon

One of the best ways to truly explore everything that Devon has to offer is by heading off along the Tarka Trail. There are over 180 miles of it and it leads all the way from North Devon to Exmoor. While we’re not telling you to do it all, it’s definitely worth a bike ride, hike or leisurely stroll.