Hot Tub Breaks in The Highlands
Sit back after a day of adventure and warm up, with bubbles surrounded by bubbles, and enjoy your own very Scottish hot tub holiday.
Hot tub holidays in The Highlands
As the largest region in Scotland, there’s no shortage of things to do and see in the incredible Scottish Highlands. Set out in search of a mythical monster, enjoy taste sensations at award-winning pubs and restaurants, explore mountainous regions on foot and look out to sea at the Moray Firth and try to spot dolphins swimming. That’s before we mention the water sports opportunities, the picture-perfect moments around Glencoe Valley and the charm and character of quiet villages and remote towns that make this part of the UK just so special.
Whether you’re planning a romantic getaway or a trip for family and groups of friends, you’re sure to find accommodation to suit you too. Plus, for something really memorable why not choose a property with your very own wood-fired hot tub? Just picture it now. After a day adventuring through the Scottish countryside, where better to rest? And, trust us when we say, there’s no better place to take in those stunning views…
From luxury lodges with hot tubs to cottages with hot tubs, we have a Highlands hot tub break for all. Many even come with pet-friendly rooms, swimming pools and sea views. Of course, however, many guests are staying, and you can be sure they’ll feel right at home – especially when you see the range of home comforts and luxury amenities on offer. So, what are you waiting for? The Scottish Highlands is here to be discovered and there’s a hot tub holiday for everyone too.
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From romantic breaks to last-minute trips, family get-togethers and getaways with friends – there’s something for everyone in the Highlands and property with a hot tub in Scotland for all.
Best for? Picture-perfect opportunities
Connected to Scotland by a bridge – yep, you read that right – Skye is the largest island in the Inner Hebrides, famous for its fishing villages, castles and rugged landscapes. Boasting an abundance of lochs and peninsulas as well as mountains and hills, there’s endless exploration to be had. But don’t worry there’s just as many pubs and tearooms for those who prefer to sit back.
Best for? Cultural trips
A city on the northeast coast, Inverness is often described as the cultural capital of the Highlands and it’s also the largest city. Boasting Old Town character, a cathedral, church and indoor Victorian market, there’s plenty of contemporary attractions like the museum and art gallery. Plus, if shopping’s your sport, you’ll be spoiled for choice and there’s lots of upcoming restaurants and bars too.
Best for? Bringing stories to life
We’ve probably all heard of the Loch Ness monster so if you’re visiting the Highlands, a trip to where it all began is a must. Aside from Nessie, the loch is a freshwater loch that covers around 37 kilometres. If you’re lucky, you might see Nessie herself but, if not, there’s plenty of other wildlife and nature to look out for. Plus, with so many dog-friendly routes, this is a great place to bring the whole family.
Best for? Getting the heart racing
Known as the gateway to Ben Nevis, there’s no end to the amount of activities in Fort William. Hike up the Glen Nevis Valley, look out for Steall Falls, take your pick from ski runs and wrap up warm for one of the forest trails. And, when you’re ready to get in from the great outdoors, a session at the Ben Nevis Distillery is sure to impress! That’s before you head back to your log cabin with a private hot tub, of course.
Best for? A little bit of everything
Outdoor exploration, museum trips, wildlife spotting – you can do it all in Glencoe. Perhaps you want to trek past waterfalls and climb peaks in the Glencoe Valley. Or maybe you want to learn about the past as well as the massacre of 1692 in the Folk Museum. Either way, don’t forget to keep your eyes peeled for golden eagles and red deer – both of which call this area home.
The best activities in The Highlands
Nestled in Glen Brittle, you’ll find the Fairy Pools – deep blue pools that are filled with crystal clear water. For many years, tourists have flocked here and indulged in a little wild swimming. But even if you don’t fancy getting wet, the picture opportunities are undeniable.
Did you really go to Scotland if you didn’t taste some true Scotch Whisky? Well, at Tomatin Distillery, you not only get to taste the fine stuff but learn how it’s made. The story of this distillery dates back to the 1800s and there’s also an on-site shop for adults to treat themselves in.
The Loch Ness Experience
Where? Loch Ness
You can’t come all the way here without trying to find Nessie, can you? In the Loch Ness Experience, you’ll get to see everything there is – both on foot and via a boat cruise. It’s a great activity for all ages and you’ll even be dropped off back in Inverness where you can find somewhere for dinner and drinks.
Ben Nevis Gondola
Where? Fort William
Of course you could trek to the top of Ben Nevis but that’s likely to take hours. Instead, the Ben Nevis Gondola gets you to the top, quickly, and allows you to take in the views and really see Scotland’s true beauty in its full form. It’s a great way for kids and those older visitors to get involved in the fun and, if you do prefer to stay on steady ground, there’s a few tearooms and cafes in the local area.
Snowboard and ski
You don’t need to travel abroad to reach the finest snowy slopes. At the Glencoe Mountain Resort, which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you can ski, snowboard, sledge and even snow-tub – as well as hike – surrounded by some of the most incredible backdrops. There’s even lodges and camping sites nearby so you really can make the most of it.