Hot Tub Breaks in The New Forest
Book a lodge with a hot tub in the New Forest and wake up to blissful countryside views every morning.
The New Forest
Discover an abundance of wildlife, woodland, and coastline at New Forest. Boasting over 200 square miles of land – located just 2 hours away from the bustle of the capital – you’ll find plenty of walking and cycling routes, as well was charming market towns and villages to explore.
From spending your afternoons visiting world-famous attractions and marvelling at some of the country’s most fascinating landmarks, to kayaking around Milford-on-Sea and horseriding around Castle Hill’s ancient woodland, there’s truly something for everyone here.
And our holiday homes are just as inviting. Whether you’re seeking a dog-friendly holiday cottage with a hot tub or a cosy log cabin escape to with a loved one, we’ve got plenty of hot tub breaks in New Forest. With gorgeous open-plan living spaces and welcoming dining areas to gather the whole family together. Escape ‘off the grid’ for a while in a forest lodge, or book a party house with a hot tub and take advantage of extra amenities like swimming pools, games rooms, and family entertainment.
So why not book a short break to the New Forest and see just how incredible it is for yourself?
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The best locations in The New Forest
Our top property pick: The Blue House
Set on the England’s South Coast, the town of Lymington is renowned for its maritime history. Two large marinas are filled with fishing boats and yachts, with both having a deep-rooted smuggler’s history. Characterful cobbled streets are lined with Georgian architecture and period cottages, and are brimming with independent pubs and restaurants. Fancy unwinding with a little retail therapy? The town’s unique shops and boutiques have something for everyone. And its advantageous location in the New Forest means the town is surrounded by rolling hills and beautiful countryside.
Our top property pick: New Park Farm Cottage
Outdoorsy types will love a trip to Brockenhurst. Leave your car behind and cycle, walk, or even horse ride around this charming village. There are plenty of trails and bridleways that wind through ancient woodland, over open fields, and along the riverside, meaning panoramic views of the New Forest are never far from reach. As one of the largest villages in the area, Brockenhurst isn’t short of pubs and restaurants either. From traditional gastropubs to award-winning eateries, there’s something to please every palate – perfect for recharging after a long day of exploring!
Our top property pick: Oakapple Cottage
Ever since William the Conqueror established it as his hunting grounds back in 1079, Lyndhurst has been known as the capital of the New Forest. History buffs will love taking the tour of the local royal attractions – like the Queens House – which has been visited by Kings and Queens for centuries. And the impressive gothic church which was built in the 19th-century. The village is located in the heart of the New Forest, making it the perfect gateway for exploring this beautiful area of the country. Walk and cycle around its well-known routes and maybe even spot some wild ponies and donkeys.
Our top property pick: Beau Annexe
With its unspoilt beauty and a rich history dating back to 1226, Ringwood is a lively market town located on the western edge of the New Forest. The streets are lined with an abundance of pubs, restaurants, and shops, and the weekly market is still held every Wednesday. The town is located in the heart of the New Forest, situated on the River Avon, and is within easy reach of the Avon Valley Path. Explore the ancient woodland, fascinating wildlife, and rolling hills for yourself on foot, bicycle, or horse.
Our top property pick: Brock Cottage
Whether you’re visiting for its award-winning attractions or its stunning countryside trails, Beaulieu is the perfect place for couples and families alike. Dating back to the 13th-century, the village was originally founded by Cistercian monks, and flourished as the monks traded goods and harvested medicinal gardens. But Beaulieu is probably best-known for the world-famous National Motor Museum, where you can see over 280 iconic vehicles and motorbikes, as well as a Top Gear exhibition. Other things to enjoy here are riverside walks, watersports, and visit the area’s iconic and historic landmarks.
The best activities in The Lake District
New Forest National Park
Where? New Forest
Find tranquillity in the midst of all life’s chaos at New Forest National Park. Stroll through enchanting ancient woodland, over sweeping moors, and over cliff tops, with over 140 miles of tracks and trails to explore. And there’s nothing more magical than seeing ponies, cattle, and deer roam free in this beautiful countryside.
Lymington Sea Water Baths
There’s fun to be had for the whole family at Lymington Sea Water Baths. Paddle, kayak, and swim in the lifeguarded 110m seawater pool. Or book onto the 200 metre-long inflatable course and see how long you can stay on it! Parents can join in the giggles, or watch from the sidelines with a range of hot drinks and icecreams on offer.
Beaulieu National Motor Museum
Beaulieu National Motor Museum is one of the best attractions in the South, and it’s not hard to see why. Here you’ll get to see over 280 vehicles, from F1 cars to iconic motorbikes that date back to the 1870s. The World of Top Gear is home to cars from memorable TV challenges, and there’s also the Montagu family home and grounds to explore too.
Founded in 1978, Ringwood Brewery’s beers have become a key part of the area’s heritage, supplying many of the local pubs and inns in Hampshire and beyond. Book a tour and sample the brewery’s various ales and beers, like the fruity Boondoggle blonde ale, or their hoppy Circadian IPA. If you find one you love, why not take a taste of Hampshire home with you?
With a rich history dating back to 1538, Breamore House is well worth a visit on your trip to the New Forest. Take a tour of the Elizabethan manor house and you’ll find a collection of paintings, furniture, and belongings that are of historical interest. There are some beautiful walks nearby too in the village of Breamore and in the nearby forest.