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After a day outside in the Welsh countryside, where better to relax than in your very own private hot tub?

Wales

Enjoy the Welsh outdoors on your doorstep with your very own luxury lodge with a hot tub. Famous for its rugged coastline, dense landscapes, national parks and Celtic culture, Wales makes for a great holiday destination – whatever you’re looking for.  

For romantic retreats, it’s got to be a holiday in Wales exploring the natural beauty and rolling hills of the Brecon Beacons. For something a little livelier, head to the capital city Cardiff. And for family-friendly and pet-friendly trips, look no further than Snowdonia National Park – where adventure and exploration are in abundance.  

At Hot Tub Breaks, we have a huge selection of properties just a short drive from all of the action. Think dog-friendly properties in Mid Wales, luxury lodges in North Wales and even a few unusual places like a Shepherds Hut or a bolthole on a working farm. Plus, when you book through us, you can trust that each property really will be up to standard.

From home comforts to those luxury extras, each of our properties have been chosen for their first-class amenities, location and hosts. So, if a Welsh hot tub break is on your list for the year ahead, look no further. 

 

Featured Hot Tub Properties

Meadow View

WALES

From £80 pppn | Sleeps 4

Bodaioch Hall

WALES

From £95 pppn | Sleeps 24

Richmond Hall

WALES

From £85 pppn | Sleeps 20

Granar

WALES

From £80 pppn | Sleeps 12

Padarn Lodge

WALES

From £65 pppn | Sleeps 4

The Dairy At Bwlchbychan

WALES

From £65 pppn | Sleeps 10

Porthdy Gwas Y Neidr- New Quay

WALES

From £50 pppn | Sleeps 2

Tan Tabin

WALES

From £75 pppn | Sleeps 16

The best locations in Wales

The best activities in Wales

From dog-friendly towns to romantic villages, these are the best places to visit in Wales.

Cardiff

Best for? Its nightlife
Our top property pick: Sunnybrook

The capital city of Wales, Cardiff is bright, characteristic and charming – whatever the weather outside. Head to the waterside and marvel at the restaurants and bars, as well as the incredible views. Treat yourself to something new as you peruse the many independent shops and big-name brands. Or head off in search of one of your favourite performers – whether comedy or music – at the city’s best-loved venues. Of course, if you want to experience the true Welsh outdoors, you’re never too far from some of the region’s beaches and countryside either.

Snowdonia National Park

Best for? Exploring the great outdoors
Our top property pick: Moelfre Shepherds Hut

Boasting more than 100 lakes, craggy peaks and incredible mountains and glacial landforms, Snowdonia National Park is simply breathtaking. Pack up a picnic, get the dogs and kids out for the day and don’t forget your camera. Whether walking, hiking, climbing or partaking in some of the local watersports, there’s never a dull moment here. And, there’s plenty of cafes and pubs dotted around to keep you warm afterwards.

Swansea

Best for? Foodies
Our top property pick: The Lodge 

Swansea might be one of the UK’s best-loved cities but it’s completely different from the rest. It sits on the south coast and offers incredible views across the sea. That’s not all as it’s fast becoming a foodie destination with Welsh delicacies and those from further afield being sold all over. The famous Swansea Market is also another place where you can indulge in savoury bites and sweet treats, and there’s lots of local museums that tell the story of Swansea’s maritime history.

Tenby

Best for? A laid back beach break
Our top property pick: The Briars

As one of Wales’ most-visited seaside resorts, if you’re looking for a relaxing coastal break – this is it. The town itself is steeped in history and there’s even 13th century town walls to explore. What’s more, the ruins of Tenby Castle overlook the harbour – and are a great place to adventure around with the kids. Today, the streets are also lined with shops, cafes, restaurants, museums and art galleries and there’s lots of family-friendly attractions and activities for all ages. 

Brecon Beacons

Best for? Dog-friendly trips
Our top property pick: Caecrwn 

Wales really does have something for everyone and, if you’re looking to explore the best of the outside, the Brecon Beacons should be on your list. Nestled in South Wales, it’s a mountain range that’s also home to quaint villages as well as pubs and cafes. Many of the establishments and walking trails welcome visitors of all kinds too – including furry friends. In fact, it’s a great place to head to if you want somewhere that the whole family can enjoy.

Zip World Forest

Where? Betws-y-Coed

Have you got what it takes to make it to the end of this terrifyingly tall obstacle course? Not just that but there’s also a Fforest Coaster and a zip line, as well as foodie delights. Oh, and did we mention it’s nestled in the North Wales Conwy Valley so the views are incredible.

 

South Stack Lighthouse

Where? Holyhead

What better way to experience the Welsh coast than with a trip to one of the most iconic lighthouses in the area? As well as acting as a waymark for coastal traffic, it also gives visitors the opportunity to enjoy a lighthouse tour. After heading down 400 steps to the island, you’ll be treated to fascinating geology and incredible views.

Snowdon Mountain Railway

Where? Snowdonia 

Okay so we all know that Snowdonia is a must-see place in Wales but if walking isn’t really your thing, how are you meant to enjoy it? By train, of course! Sit back, take in the views and don’t forget to stop off at one of the local cafes for a warming drink and treat afterwards.

 

Wales Coastal Path

Where? The Welsh Coast

The Wales Coastal Path is one of the only walking paths in the world that follows a nation’s coast, and is wheelchair and pushchair friendly. Walk, run, stroll or more, and take in the incredible seaside views. Dogs and children are welcome and we recommend packing a bag of all your favourite snacks for a little pitstop along the way.

 

Cardiff Central Market

Where? Cardiff

If you’re looking for somewhere to indulge in a little retail therapy, this is a great start. The market is housed in an impressive Victorian structure and has space for homeware, food, drink, fashion and more. Having been in the same place for more than 100 years, it’s a firm favourite with locals and tourists.

Have your own personal spa day in your very own hot tub. Take a Hot Tub Break today!