Hot Tub Breaks in Exmoor

For tranquil wilderness, dramatic coastline and unspoilt beauty, choose a hot tub break in Exmoor.

Exmoor National park

Famous for its stunning seascapes, rugged heather moorland and rich wildlife, Exmoor National Park is a tranquil haven where countryside and coast meet. You only have to look and you’ll see wooded gorges, expansive valleys and coastal combes at every turn. The area is so sparsely populated that it’s designated as a Dark Sky Reserve – perfect for gazing up at the night sky from your hot tub – luxury! And it’s a great destination for those craving an escape from the stresses of modern life.

But it’s not all about sandy shores and lush countryside, its towns and villages are bursting with character and charm – and have helped to shape the landscape. Discover chocolate-box cottages, traditional pubs and quirky shops as you wander their cobbled streets. History buffs will love the historical landmarks scattered across the area – from Anglo-Saxon castles to Iron Age settlements. There’s truly something for families, couples and solo travellers alike.  

We have a huge selection of hot tub breaks in Exmoor to choose from. Find your home from home at our family-friendly holiday cottages with hot tubs – some even come with swimming pools, game rooms and BBQs for endless family fun. Got your furry friend in tow? Browse our dog-friendly cottages and make sure no one gets left behind! With apartments, cottages and lodges aplenty, you’ll always find the best price guaranteed at Hot Tub Breaks.

Featured Hot Tub Properties

Discover our most popular hot tub holidays in The Cotswolds

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Exmoor Retreat


From £80 pppn | Sleeps 8

Moules Farm The Barn 2

Moules Farm – The Barn


From £82 pppn | Sleeps 6

Woolhanger Farmhouse Parracombe 3

Woolhanger Farmhouse – Parracombe


From £85 pppn | Sleeps 12

The Lazy Sheep Barn 4

The Lazy Sheep Barn


From £88 pppn | Sleeps 10


Moules Farm – The Barn


From £90 pppn | Sleeps 6


Heddon Valley Farmhouse


From £ 92 pppn | Sleeps 6


Stitchpool Farm Stable Cottage


From £ 95 pppn | Sleeps 6


High House


From £97 pppn | Sleeps 10

Exmoor Coast

The best locations in Exmoor


Ilfracombe has been a popular holiday destination for centuries. Boasting award-winning beaches, unique attractions and an incredible food scene, the town is a haven for outdoorsy types, history buffs and foodies alike. Whether you’re seeking a tranquil escape or a cosmopolitan break, the town has it all to offer. Find solitude in secluded bays, or head for the town centre where you’ll find an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants and cafes. And a trip to Ilfracombe wouldn’t be complete without marvelling at the imposing Verity statue. 

Lynton & Lynmouth

These quaint twin villages are nestled on Exmoor’s tranquil coastline. Brimming with rich wildlife, delicious local eateries and unspoilt scenery, Lynton & Lynmouth are perfect for a peaceful escape. Choose here for your hot tub break in Exmoor and enjoy a calm Both are lined with traditional fishing cottages and independent shops – with a pretty harbour – and have retained much of their Victorian charm. Lynton is known as England’s “Little Switzerland” because of its natural beauty – surrounded by dramatic cliffs, rolling hills and enchanting woodland. 

Combe Martin

A sheltered bay nestled on the North Devon coastline, Combe Martin has a peaceful, sandy beach with plenty of rockpools to explore. Whether it’s a family holiday or a romantic getaway, everyone will enjoy a trip to Combe Martin – not least for the spectacular views across the bay and the surrounding dramatic headlands. The area is a popular spot for kayaking and paddle boarding, and is known for sightings of dolphins too! For more wildlife, there’s also the Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park – brimming with animals and birds. 


With a fairytale-like castle, charming cobbled streets, quaint shops and thatched cottages, it’s not hard to see why Dunster is known as one of England’s prettiest medieval villages. Whether you book your hot tub break here or come for a day trip, the village is a must-visit. And there’s plenty to see and do. Uncover the village’s deep-rooted history that dates back to 102BC – there’s the castle, an Iron Age settlement, the Gallox Bridge and more. And with a beach and gentle countryside walks nearby, it makes for a great family holiday destination.


Explore the great outdoors at Porlock. Characterised by its expansive moorland and majestic rivers, the village is a perfect base for walkers, cyclists and outdoor adventurers. It’s ideally located on the South West Coast Path and The Coleridge Way Walk too. Mountain bikers will love the hilly climbs and rugged trails, while water sports enthusiasts can get out on the water for kayaking, paddle boarding, coasteering and more. The village is probably most famous for the steep Porlock Hill – one of the steepest hills on any main road in England!

Hot tub breaks in Exmoor

The best activities in Exmoor

Valley of the Rocks

Whether you take the famous 21-mile scenic drive or climb the 500 feet ascent, the Valley of the Rocks is a must-see on your trip to Exmoor. The U-shaped dry valley is one of the most spectacular landscapes in South England – and arguably the whole country. Thought to be created during the Ice Age, expect incredible sea views and free-roaming feral goats!

Dunster Castle

Home to the Luttrells for 600 years, Dunster Castle has plenty of stories to tell. The castle – once a medieval stronghold – was sold to the Luttrells in 1376. From which they transformed the majestic building into a family home. Visit today and you’ll see much of the Victorian interiors and impressive architecture that shaped the grand estate into what we see today.

Watersmeet House

This former fishing lodge surrounded by ancient woodland is as enchanting as it sounds. The lodge dates back to around 1832 and is now owned by the National Trust – where you can enjoy some tea and cake after a peaceful walk around the tumbling rivers, wooded gorgeous and tea gardens. 

Lynton Cinema

This independent cinema is perfect for making the most of a rainy afternoon. Inside you’ll find a 68-seat screen housed in a Grade-II listed former Methodist chapel. It’s perched high on the cliffs in Lynton so you can enjoy incredible views from outside too!

Indicknowle Farm

A family-run farm in Combe Martin, Indicknowle Farm is known for its award-winning farmhouse cider, meats and honey. Their cider is traditionally-produced using original Victorian equipment, following family methods that date all the way back to the 1870s. Book a tour and gain a fascinating insight into how everything’s produced, and take some home to try for yourself.