Hot Tub Breaks in The Lake District

With breathtaking landscapes, charming market towns, and outdoor activities aplenty, a hot tub break in the Lake District is like no other.

The Lake District

With mile after miles of countryside to explore, a holiday in the Lake District National Park is ideal for families, couples, and solo travellers looking to escape the stresses of daily life. Full of market towns to explore and walking routes to discover, you’ll never be short of things to do. It’s also known to be one of the most dog-friendly places in the UK, so your furry friends can come along for the adventures too. 

Of course, you’ll want to find a cottage with a hot tub that’s just as lovely as your surroundings. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. You’ll find stunning properties that are perfect for everyone from solo travellers to groups of 10+. A log cabin with a hot tub is the perfect bolthole for couples to escape to, while families will love our properties with en suites in holiday parks – where little ones will have round-the-clock entertainment. 

So if you’re looking to book your next getaway, the panoramic views of majestic mountains and sweeping valleys mean it doesn’t get much better than staying in a lodge with a private hot tub in the Lake District.

Featured Hot Tub Properties

Discover our most popular hot tub holidays in The Lake District

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Scafell Lodge

Lake District

From £80 pppn | Sleeps 2

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The Little Man

Lake District

From £83 pppn | Sleeps 2

5 20

Swirral Edge

Lake District

From £85 pppn | Sleeps 2

6 20

Hares Nook

Lake District

From £87 pppn | Sleeps 2

Lovies Place Crossgate Luxury Glamping 5

Crossgate Luxury Glamping

Lake District

From £90 pppn | Sleeps 4

Low Longlands 6

Low Longlands

Lake District

From £92 pppn | Sleeps 2

Yew Tree Cottage 7

Yew Tree Cottage

Lake District

From £95 pppn | Sleeps 2

Lake Lodge 8

Lake Lodge

Lake District

From £98 pppn | Sleeps 2

Hot Tub Breaks Lake District

The best locations in The Lake District


Our top property pick: Pottergill

Visit Bowness-on-Windermere and you can’t help but fall in love with the vibrant atmosphere. This bustling market town is a thriving tourist hotspot, and is brimming with shops, restaurants, and pubs. Located in the heart of the Lakes, hop on a historic steamer and enjoy the sweeping mountainous views from the shores of Lake Windermere. It’s one of the main centres for outdoor activities in the UK, so if you’re an experienced kayaker, or fancy trying your hand at archery, then it’s the perfect place to get involved. 


Our top property pick: Greta Mill

Keswick is best-loved for its historic landmarks, panoramic views, and friendly atmosphere. Its northerly location benefits from being nestled on the edge of the beautiful Derwentwater, which can be reached in just a short stroll. It’s also surrounded by some of the Lake District’s most impressive fells, so keen hikers will love scrambling to the top and taking in the breathtaking views over the region. Prefer to take things at a slower pace? Why not spend your days visiting the local museums, World Heritage Sites, or cruising along the water on a day boat. 


Our top property pick: Fox Corner

This charming Victorian town is full of quirky shops, fabulous restaurants, and traditional watering holes. But its famous walking routes are what makes Ambleside such a treat. You’ll find plenty of pet-friendly walks, and trails for all abilities, meaning you don’t even need to scramble to the top for some of the best views. The town is surrounded by majestic fells, making booking a luxury lodge in Ambleside the perfect base for exploring the Lakes. The nearby towns of Keswick and Windermere are within easy reach too, where you can get involved in watersports, cycling, climbing, and many more outdoor adventures.


Our top property pick: Shepherd Lodge

Located between the mountains and the sea, Grange-over-Sands is a tranquil seaside town. Retaining much of its charm as a seaside resort in the 19th-century, you’ll find evidence of its Victorian and Edwardian heritage around every corner. Wander through the ornamental gardens, discover its eclectic shops and arcades, or stroll along the promenade. Nestled on Morecombe Bay, couples and families alike will love admiring the sweeping seascapes or taking part in adrenaline-fuelled outdoor activities. So whether you’re craving a relaxing seaside escape or a fun-filled holiday, this thriving seaside town has it all.


Our top property pick: Hideaway Cottage

Perfectly located near the Lakes and the Pennines, Penrith is the main gateway for exploring this beautiful part of the country. The town is known for its distinctive red sandstone buildings, which are full of family-run shops, traditional pubs, and quirky cafes. Surrounded by the rolling Pennine hills and Lake District fells, spend your days walking or cycling around this area’s breathtaking natural beauty. England’s second-largest lake, Ullswater, is nearby and is much quieter than the tourist hotspot Lake Windermere for booking a Lake District lodge with a hot tub. 

A Lake on the Lake Ditrict

The best activities in The Lake District


With spectacular views over the Lake District from the top, Helvellyn is one of the most popular fells to climb. It’s the third-highest in England but is one of the easier mountain ranges in the region to access. The fell has 5 ridges and offers a number of different routes to the top.

Windermere Lake

Spend your afternoons cruising along Windermere Lake on a world-famous steamer and take in the magnificent landscapes. Choose one with commentary to learn more about the local history. Hop off and you’ll find plenty of inns and restaurants surrounding England’s largest lake too!

Aira Force Waterfall

Set in a landscaped Victorian Park you’ll find the dramatic Aira Force Waterfalls. Now owned by the National Trust, the park is home to over 200 species of conifer and several waterfalls – the main one tumbling 70 feet. You can watch these natural wonders fall from incredible viewing platforms and bridges.

Levens Hall 

Home to the world’s oldest topiary gardens, Levens Hall is a fascinating day out for the whole family. Marvel at the impressive Elizabethan House and its 13th-century Pele Tower. Or take a gentle stroll around the grand gardens, brimming with wildflower meadows, herbaceous borders, and vegetable gardens.

The World of Beatrix Potter

Discover the incredible World of Beatrix Potter on your visit to the Lakes. Little ones can see their favourite stories and characters brought to life at this magical exhibition. Delve into the author’s life and celebrate her best-selling books as you walk through this sensory experience. Head to the character-themed cafe for a refreshment, or pick up some nostalgic memorabilia at the gift shop.