Cheap Hot Tub Breaks For 2
Whatever the season, there’s simply nothing more romantic than a hot tub holiday.
Cheap Hot Tub Breaks For 2
Whatever the season, there’s simply nothing more romantic than a hot tub holiday. Soaking away the stress of modern life from a bubbling hot tub, gazing out at incredible sea views or the British countryside’s rolling hills. Whether it’s a cosy shepherd’s hut with a wood-burning stove to snuggle up by or a luxurious cottage with a terrace for al fresco dining, spend some much-needed quality time with your partner and book one of our favourite cheap hot tub breaks for 2.
Featured Hot Tub Properties
Discover our most popular cheap hot tub holidays for two people
Location: Lake District National Park
Great for: Staying in the heart of the Lakes
With Grizedale Forest, Coniston Water, and Lake Windermere nearby, it’d be hard to beat a holiday to The Lodge. Nestled on the edge of Bouth, there’s an abundance of walks right from your doorstep. Or you could travel into one of the nearby villages and explore the local pubs and eateries. And of course, there’s that oh-so-relaxing hot tub to sink into come the evening!
Facilities: This beautifully furnished detached holiday cottage has everything you need for your stay. With an open plan living area, cosy wood-burning stove, and a decked patio area, you can enjoy a few romantic days away just the two of you. It’s dog-friendly too there’s the option of bringing your pooch, too.
Great for: Rambling around the Yorkshire Dales
This gorgeous cottage with a hot tub is perfect for couples who love hiking or cycling. Embark on scenic routes across the Yorkshire Dales, or explore the picture-perfect villages you’ll find close near End Cottage. You’ll even find National Trust sites to uncover, like East Riddlesden Hall and Brimham Rocks. That’s if you can tear yourselves away from the hot tub of course!
Facilities: You’ll find yourselves feeling right at home inside this charming cottage. It boasts a country-style kitchen for whipping up everything from pancakes to a 3-course meal. Snuggle up in front of the TV by the wood-burning stove on a winter’s evening. Or dine al fresco in the patio garden.
Great for: A cosy stay in a shepherd’s hut
Shepherd’s huts are the perfect option if you’re looking for a cheap hot tub break. And when they’re as incredible as Llethr, you definitely get more than your money’s worth! You’ll find yourselves in the heart of Snowdonia National Park, so there are plenty of adventures to be had. Then after a long day of exploring, you can take in North Wales’ dramatic landscapes from the bubbling hot tub, as you sip on a glass of fizz.
Facilities: Pull up to this stunning property and you’ll enter a beautifully rural gated site, with just two other shepherd’s huts. It has a cosy home-from-home feel with modern decor and appliances. Rustle up a meal in the kitchen and dine in or outdoors. And underfloor heating and a wood-burning stove keep you toasty if the temperature drops.
Chi Prenn Byhan
Great for: Being a short walk to the Cornish coastline
Let go of the daily grind and escape to Cornwall at Chi Prenn Byhan. A luxury lodge located on Bossiney Bay Holiday Park, you’re just a stone’s throw from Cornwall’s rugged coastline. Spend your afternoons strolling along scenic coastal paths or relaxing on the beach with your loved one. And when night falls, is there anything better than stargazing from the private hot tub? No, we don’t think so either!
Facilities: With two bedrooms, one with an ensuite, and a homely open plan living area, this is one of the best cheap hot tub breaks for 2. The kitchen has all the appliances you need if you prefer to self-cater. Enjoy stunning countryside views for miles around as you unwind on the decking.
Little Silver Nugget
Great for: A peaceful break in the countryside
Book a holiday to Little Silver Nugget and you’ll never want to leave. The views from the hot tub are some of the best we’ve seen. It doesn’t get much more romantic taking in the panorama of North Devonshire’s natural beauty with your partner, as you soak away the stresses of everyday life. The property is perfectly located for exploring the Exmoor and Dartmoor National Parks. There are country pubs nearby too and quaint villages just a short drive away, too.
Facilities: On arrival, you’ll be welcomed with a complimentary hamper of goodies for your stay. Contemporary decor and furnishings make you feel right at home. The kitchen/breakfast room has everything to cook a romantic meal for two. You’ll end find a telescope so you can make the most of the dark night skies in the area.
Location: The Cotswolds
Great for: Bringing your pooch along
Park Bothy is a characterful barn conversion and a perfect place to escape from daily life. Set in the heart of the Cotswolds, there are some lovely walks nearby – like the Oxfordshire Way – that makes for a romantic afternoon. And a trip to the Cotswolds wouldn’t be complete without visiting the quintessentially English villages of Bourton-on-the-Water and Stow-on-the-Wold. You’ll find gorgeous country pubs and amazing restaurants here.
Facilities: This property is filled with home comforts for a short break. Cook up a romantic meal for two in the kitchen, or cuddle up the wood-burning stove. Rest your weary heads on the luxurious super king-size bed. It’s pet-friendly too so you don’t need to leave your four-legged friend at home.
Great for: A romantic rural retreat
Set in the idyllic Aberdeenshire countryside, this romantic bolthole is the perfect setting for a cheap hot tub break. When you can tear yourself away from the luxury Garden Studio and its inviting hot tub, why not have a date night at one of the nearby restaurants? Or take the day trip to the city of Aberdeen. If it’s history you love, visit Slains Castle or Craigievar Castle to delve into some Scottish history.
Facilities: This stylish annexe has everything you need and more. The ground floor has a living area with a kitchen diner for romantic date nights indoors. Or take your meal outdoors for a spot of al fresco dining on the picnic bench in the garden. Upstairs you’ll find the mezzanine bedroom, complete with a TV and double bed.
Great for: Exploring Norfolk’s nature reserves and national parks
Stay at Hannah’s Hideaway and you’ll get the best of both worlds with the Norfolk coast and countryside nearby. Its enviable location means you’ve got beautiful places of interest on your doorstep, including Blickling Estate, Buxton Heath, and the Norfolk Broads. Norwich isn’t too far either, you could spend a fun-filled day here exploring its award-winning attractions, and independent shops and restaurants.
Facilities: Step inside this modern annexe and be greeted with stunning contemporary furnishings and all your home comforts. Relax in the living room in front of the TV, or whip up something tasty in the galley kitchen. In the garden, you’ll find a patio area with the option to dine al fresco and top off your day in the private hot tub. A short walk away you’ll find a shop and pub too.
Best romantic places to visit on your holiday
Rathfinny Wine Estate in Sussex
Best for: getting tipsy with your partner
Rathfinny Wine Estate is situated on the west side of the wonderful Cuckmere Valley, just three miles from the sea and half a mile south of Alfriston village. The vineyard is 600 acres, with most of the vine slopes enjoying the sun from the south throughout the day.
Jubilee Pool in Cornwall
Best for: soaking up the views and relaxing
This renowned art deco swimming pool in Penzance was built in 1935 and is one of the few surviving outdoor lidos from that period that remains in the UK. A welcome reminder of simple seaside Britain, the Jubilee Pool can accommodate young and old with picnic tables, a café and a covered area in case of bad weather.
Leeds City Market in Leeds
Best for: partners who love their food
Leeds Kirkgate Market was voted Britain’s Favourite Market in 2017. A firm fixture on the Leeds retail scene since 1857, the market is home to both new innovative businesses and those which have thrived here for generations. The fresh food area of the market has fishmongers, greengrocers, butchers and seafood stalls.
Durdle Door in Devon
Best for: jaw-dropping views
The magnificent geological wonder, Durdle Door is a limestone arch rising out of the aquamarine water at 200ft high, along the Jurassic Coast. As part of the World Heritage Site, the arch is also part of the Lulworth Estate and a short walk from Lulworth Cove.
The Lakes Distillery in The Lake District
Best for: partners who love their whisky, vodka & gin
The vision of The Lakes Distillery is to create one of the leading malt spirits in the world, alongside one of the most unique visitor experiences in the Lake District. Located in a converted Victorian cattle farm, the creation of this world-class production facility of quality spirits was a labour of love.