Last Minute Hot Tub Breaks

Left your staycation planning until the very last minute, again? Fear not. There’s a hot tub break out there for every kind of holidaymaker.

Last Minute Lodges, Cottages & Hotels

Looking for a UK hot tub break in the not so distant future? You’ll be pleased to know that we have plenty of luxury accommodation all over the UK, and there’s something for every budget, group size and taste. The hardest part about it is choosing exactly where to go. 

Peruse our selection and see what takes your fancy. Will it be the Lake District, the Isle of Wight or a city like Manchester or Edinburgh? From romantic breaks to family getaways, you’re sure to find something to suit. Choose from log cabins with hot tubs surrounded by natural beauty, luxury lodges and cottages with hot tubs close to the finest golf courses, or opt for complete privacy with enclosed gardens and holiday cottages in the middle of nowhere. 

Of course, if you are able to pull yourself away from your cosy cabin or holiday home, you’ll be met with endless exploration. Think activities, walks, hikes and quaint local towns and villages bursting with independent shops, bars and restaurants. You see, the UK has some fantastic places to go for a last-minute holiday and we guarantee you won’t find anything better than sitting back in your own private hot tub.

Featured Hot Tub Properties

Discover our most popular last minute hot tub holidays

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Cornborough Sunrise


From £90 pppn | Sleeps 2

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Lynwood Lodge – The Garden Room


From £80 pppn | Sleeps 2

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Sebastopol Lodge


From £85 pppn | Sleeps 2

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Summer Lodge


From £95 pppn | Sleeps 2

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Lugg View


From £95 pppn | Sleeps 4

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Llethr – Shepherds Hut


From £75 pppn | Sleeps 2

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Sycamore Lodge


From £80 pppn | Sleeps 6

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Little Silver Leaf


From £80 pppn | Sleeps 2

Best types of property for hot tubs break

Here are the best property types for your hot tub break

Luxury Last Minute Hot Tub Breaks

Think you’ve missed out on the best properties just because you’ve left your booking to the last minute? Think again. The truth is, we have plenty of last minute cottages and hot tub cabins all boasting a range of home comforts and lots of luxury amenities. From swimming pools to games rooms, large open-plan living and beautiful landscaped gardens, last minute holidays can be as luxury as you like. You can even choose whether you want to be close to the coast, countryside or city. 

Last Minute Large Hot Tub Breaks

Whether all the family has decided to get together and head away at the last minute, or you’ve just remembered your mate’s big birthday and need a party house, there’s lots of large houses with hot tubs up for grabs. Plus, with enough space for everyone – even the kids – this is guaranteed to be a holiday to remember for the right reasons. Spread out over multiple floors, give the younger guests a playroom of dreams and enjoy separate bathrooms as you pamper or get ready for another day of fun. Off-street parking is another reason this group holiday will be stress-free. 

Last Minute Lodges with Hot Tubs

Just picture it now. You’re in a forest, surrounded by rich and dense greenery, the weather’s cool but you and your family are keeping warm with an open fire and a dip in the hot tub. Or, maybe your lodge sits pretty on the UK coastline. You hear waves crashing from inside, your morning coffee is made even better by the views and, come evening, you never get tired of taking in the stars from your jacuzzi. A last minute lodge holiday is a fantastic way to get up close and personal to some of Britain’s best landscapes.

Last Minute Romantic Hot Tub Breaks

Celebrating another year together? Perhaps you’re looking to ignite that all-important spark? Well, what could be better than your own private hot tub holiday? Start the day with breakfast in bed, before moving to your hot tub to awaken the senses. After a day exploring the nearby countryside or city, and refueling in some of the area’s best-loved pubs, it’s time to get ready for a romantic dinner out. Alternatively, opt for a night in, under the stars, and don’t forget to enjoy a nightcap in the tub. 

Last Minute Dog-friendly Properties

With our selection of dog-friendly properties, no-one has to miss out. Choose from those with doggy quarters and all the home comforts your furry friend needs, and don’t worry about having to leave them in the holiday cottage. There’s plenty of dog-friendly walks, activities, pubs and even restaurants popping up all over the UK, meaning it’s never been easier to plan a holiday for everyone. From cities up north to the south’s most incredible coastline, there’s a last-minute dog-friendly staycation for every kind of pup.

Best locations for a last minute hot tub deal

Here are the best property locations for your last minute hot tub break


Best for? Being in the heart of the action

London is a great option if you’re looking for a last minute break as there’s always something to do and you can get your hands on tickets and table bookings quite easily. Explore the capital on foot and tick off all the local attractions, head to the box office and see which shows are on and tantalise your tastebuds at the range of bars and restaurants, and pop up stalls. Adults, kids, even those young at heart, are sure to fall in love with everything the UK’s capital city has to offer. It’s also really easy to get to – wherever home is. 


Best for? Its food and drink

While the UK may have firmly established itself on the worldwide foodie map, one of the places that boasts the best food and drink has got to be Cornwall. Think fresh fish, the finest wine, and meat and veg that’s grown locally. Of course, that’s not the only reason why visitors flock to Cornwall. It’s also home to incredible coastal and countryside as well as shops, galleries, museums and plenty of family-friendly activities. One thing’s for sure, a last-minute trip to Cornwall definitely won’t be regretted. 


Best for? Its celtic culture

Wales is home to vast landscapes, beautiful mountain ranges, stunning coastal scenes and a few areas of natural beauty. Here, you’ll find plenty of things to do and see – whatever the weather – but it’s the Welsh culture that really has us going back for more. Whether tasting delicacies, enjoying a local tour or meeting those who own the independent shops and pubs, you’re guaranteed to feel at home here. Oh, and did we mention, the range of holiday homes is just as impressive? Think luxury lodges, large family pads and romantic boltholes perfect for a weekend away. 


Best for? Long walks 

Yorkshire is home to some incredible cities and towns like Leeds and Harrogate, but if you’re looking for a last-minute break, you won’t go wrong with a trip to the countryside. Choose from national parks in the Dales or the Moors, and pack your hiking boots for a weekend of exploration. Dogs, children, grandparents – everyone’s invited and if walking isn’t their thing, there’s plenty of tearooms, shops or other indoor activities to keep them busy. York is also worth a visit and after a morning wandering around the walls, there’s nothing better than heading back to your hot tub property to relax. 


Best for? A little bit of everything

Whatever the reason for your last-minute break and however you want to spend your days, Scotland is a great choice. Choose from city breaks in Edinburgh or Glasgow. Head to the coast at Southerness or Ayr. Or, venture into the gorgeous countryside in the Highlands or the Scottish Borders. Mix your days up with walking, hiking, watersports and more. Or keep cosy in a nearby pub or tearoom and peruse the local shops, galleries and museums. It wouldn’t be a true Scottish break without tasting some delicacies though so lookout for some of the finest Haggis.

Tips on booking a cheap holiday in the UK

There are many ways to get a cheap holiday in the UK, and here are some suggestions:

  1. Plan ahead: By booking in advance, you can often get better deals on accommodation, transport, and attractions. Look for early bird discounts or book during off-peak seasons.
  2. Consider budget-friendly accommodations: Look beyond hotels and consider staying in lodges, glamping sites, or Airbnb properties. These options can often be more affordable and offer unique experiences.
  3. Look for deals and discounts: Search for discounts and vouchers for attractions and activities in the area you’re visiting. You can often find these on websites like Groupon or through local tourism boards.
  4. Use public transport: Public transport can be a more affordable way to get around, and some areas even offer special travel cards for visitors. See our guide to staycations without a car.
  5. Take advantage of free attractions: Many UK attractions are free to enter, including museums, galleries, and parks. Research what’s available in the area you’re visiting.
  6. Cook your own meals: Eating out can quickly add up, so consider cooking your own meals or packing a picnic for a day out.
  7. Explore off-the-beaten-path destinations: Popular tourist destinations can be expensive, so consider exploring lesser-known areas that may be more affordable.

Free things to do in the UK

  1. Explore local parks and nature reserves – the UK is home to many beautiful parks and nature reserves that you can explore for free. Some examples include the Lake District, Dartmoor National Park, and the Scottish Highlands.
  2. Visit museums and galleries – many museums and galleries in the UK are free to enter, such as the British Museum, the National Gallery, and the Tate Modern. See the top 10 free museums now.
  3. Take a city walking tour – many cities in the UK offer free walking tours where you can learn about the history and culture of the area.
  4. Go to the beach – the UK has a stunning coastline with many beautiful beaches that are free to visit.
  5. Explore historic sites – there are many historic sites in the UK that you can visit for free, such as Stonehenge, Hadrian’s Wall, and the Roman Baths.
  6. Attend free festivals and events – throughout the year, there are many free festivals and events taking place across the UK, such as music festivals, food festivals, and cultural events.
  7. Go on a bike ride – many cities and towns in the UK have cycle paths and routes that you can use for free.
  8. Visit local markets – many towns and cities in the UK have weekly or monthly markets where you can browse local produce and handmade goods.

Best way to book last-minute travel tickets

  1. Compare Prices: Use online travel booking websites or apps to compare prices from different airlines, train operators, bus companies, or ferry services. Look for deals or discounts that may be available for last-minute bookings.
  2. Be Flexible with Dates and Times: Last-minute travel tickets are often cheaper when you are flexible with your travel dates and times. Avoid peak travel times and consider traveling on weekdays instead of weekends to potentially find better prices.
  3. Check for Special Offers: Keep an eye out for special offers or promotions that may be available for last-minute bookings. Airlines, train operators, bus companies, and ferry services may offer discounted prices or flash sales for last-minute travelers.
  4. Book Directly with the Service Provider: Booking directly with the service provider, such as an airline, train operator, bus company, or ferry service, may sometimes offer better prices than booking through a third-party website or travel agency. Check the service provider’s official website or contact their customer service directly to inquire about any last-minute deals or discounts.
  5. Consider Alternative Airports or Stations: If you are booking last-minute flights or trains, consider alternative airports or stations near your intended destination. Smaller airports or stations may have lower prices or availability for last-minute travel.
  6. Use Fare Comparison Tools: Utilise fare comparison tools or search engines that allow you to compare prices from different travel providers in one place. These tools can help you quickly find the best deals for last-minute travel tickets.
  7. Be Prepared to Book Quickly: Last-minute travel tickets may sell out quickly, so be prepared to make a booking as soon as you find a suitable option at a reasonable price. Have your payment information ready and be ready to confirm your booking promptly.