Hot Tub Breaks in Kent

Take advantage of everything our home counties offer with a relaxing break visiting the Kent countryside and cities.

Hot Tub Breaks In Kent

Situated in the South East of England, and dubbed The Garden of England, Kent is one of the UK’s home counties. Here, you’ll find bundles of countryside as well as traditional seaside resorts like Whitstable and Margate. And, if you’re looking for something a little more lively, the city of Canterbury won’t disappoint. History, culture, art, entertainment – everything is possible here, and whether you’re travelling with friends, family, your other half or even just you and your furry friend, we guarantee you won’t be disappointed.  

Start your day by bringing the 1400-year-old stories to life at Canterbury Cathedral, before heading underground to the Roman Museum. Take in the stunning views at Hever Castle and Gardens, and don’t forget to book somewhere nice for lunch close to the harbourside fish markets. Home to plenty of Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, there’s lots of opportunity for activities on both dry and wet ground. And, if sitting back on the sandy beach and indulging in an ice cream is more your sport, there’s opportunity for that too. 

That’s before we even mention our range of accommodation in Kent. Think holiday homes with enclosed gardens, large party houses with ample outside space and log cabins away from the hustle and bustle. Of course, there’s one thing that really makes our properties and that’s the fact they come with a private hot tub. 

You see, there really is nothing like a Kent hot tub break. Choose cottages with hot tubs and enjoy views of the stunning countryside. Say cheers surrounded by bubbles in your own hot tub in Kent and create memories that will last a lifetime. So, whatever the reason for your Kent staycation, why not make it one to remember with a private hot tub break? Hot tub holidays have never looked so good.

Featured Hot Tub Properties

Discover our most popular hot tub holidays in Kent

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The Griffins Retreat


From £75 pppn | Sleeps 2

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The Bolthole


From £80 pppn | Sleeps 2

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The Grape Escape


From £90 pppn | Sleeps 2

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The Warren


From £70 pppn | Sleeps 4

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Ella’s Loft


From £80 pppn | Sleeps 4

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The Fishing Lodge


From £75 pppn | Sleeps 2

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Coast Guard House


From £80 pppn | Sleeps 10

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Wild Rose Retreat


From £85 pppn | Sleeps 2

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The best locations for a hot tub break in Kent

Countryside, city and coastal – Kent really does have it all and the hardest part about a holiday here is choosing where to start…


Best for? Something a little lively

Our top property pick: Owl Lodge

Don’t worry if you’re looking for something a little busier to keep all ages entertained as Canterbury is crammed with things to do. It’s a university city for starters which means the atmosphere is great, day and night. However, just like lots of areas in Kent, there’s a rich history too. The Cathedral is a World Heritage Site and houses lots of colourful stories. When you’re not there, you can adventure around the city walls, take snaps at the biggest mediaeval city gate in England or simply sit back and relax in one of the incredible bars and restaurants that line the streets. Oh, and did we mention it’s a shopper’s haven too?

Royal Tunbridge Wells

Best for? A market town feel

Our top property pick: Home Farm House

Affluent, suburban and family-friendly, Royal Tunbridge Wells is a popular town that’s home to lots of restaurants, bars, pubs, and activities. Spend a morning wandering along the high street, head to the village green for some lunch and then explore the grounds of Scotney Castle or Calverley Grounds – stopping for a picnic or even an ice cream. For something interesting, Wellington Rocks and High Rocks have got to be on the agenda, where you can discover sandstone geology and unusual rock formations. Couples, families, even groups of friends are sure to feel right at home in this welcoming town. 


Best for? Incredible views

Our top property pick: The Grey Elegance

Dover is the first place you reach as you travel by water from continental Europe to the British Isles and a popular ferry port for those going to France and Belgium. It goes without saying that if you fancy extending your trip overseas, then Dover is a great pitstop. However, the town itself is also a great holiday destination in its own right. The beaches and white chalk cliffs are stunning. You’ll find everything you’d expect from a seaside town as well as walking routes which allow you to explore grassy clifftops. There’s also Dover Castle, a Roman Lighthouse which is one of the UK’s oldest buildings and a series of WWII tunnels to explore. 


Best for? A traditional seaside feel

Our top property pick: Butterfly Lodge

On a hot day, Londoners flock here – and it’s not hard to see why. The beach itself is worth visiting alone but when you see the quaint high street, independent shops and row of beach huts, we guarantee you’ll fall in love. A bandstand and plenty of ice cream parlours gives us serious retro vibes too. It’s no surprise that this coastal town was favoured by Charles Dickens, who used to holiday here regularly, and he even wrote David Copperfield on the cliff above Viking Bay!


Best for? A little bit of history

Our top property pick: Stag Lodge

Sandwich is another Kent town with a rich history. In fact, it was one of the Cinque Ports – a selection of five towns in Kent and Sussex that was involved in trade and defence. Today, there’s lots of family-friendly activities that allow you to learn about Sandwich’s past. This includes the Old Town gates, almshouses and a few pubs which date back hundreds of years. There’s even a mill that was originally built in the 1700s and Richborough Castle which goes back to AD43. Life might be at a slower pace here but it’s definitely worth a visit. 

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The best activities in Kent

Westgate Gardens

Where? Canterbury

Westgate Gardens is one of England’s oldest parks and a fantastic place to enjoy the rays, a family picnic or even a kickabout with the kids. Don’t worry if you get bored sitting still though as there’s a few attractions to keep you occupied. This includes the Victorian Tower House, with its rich history, and the Physic Garden which is filled with plants that were previously used for medicinal purposes. 

Spa Valley Railway

Where? Royal Tunbridge Wells

You could explore Royal Tunbridge Wells on foot, or you could take the impressive steam train along the Spa Valley Railway. You’ll travel through the Wealden countryside along to High Rocks, Groombridge and Eridge. The views are simply  incredible and special events throughout the year mean it’s a great way to celebrate an occasion. They even do afternoon tea services – which is guaranteed to impress your nan!

The White Cliffs of Dover

Where? Dover

It’s one of the most notable landmarks in the UK, let alone Kent! There’s a few ways you can explore the White Cliffs too. A walk will get you up close and personal to the wild Exmoor ponies and it’s a great way to see other attractions along the way. Or, you could enjoy a local boat ride or even hire out some kayaks and set off on your own adventure. Of course, we recommend booking somewhere for lunch afterwards and, in this part of Kent, there’s lots of choice. 

The Viking Coastal Trail 

Where? Broadstairs

The Viking Coastal Trail is a 25-mile loop that circles around the Isle of Thanet. The views are amazing and it’s a great way to see what this area has to offer. Of course, you don’t need to do the whole thing. Simply cycle or walk for as long as you like and then turn back. Broadstairs is also home to lots of pubs which means there’s plenty of pit stops along the way. Just remember though, you’ve got to cycle home!

Richborough Roman Fort and Amphitheatre

Where? Sandwich

Richborough is just a short drive from Sandwich and one of the most symbolic Roman sites in the whole of the UK. It actually witnessed the beginning and nearly the end of Roman rule. Today, parts of the huge stone walls are still intact and rolling defensive ditches allow you to imagine what it was really like. Not only is it a great way to spend a morning but kids will love re-enacting the past!