Log Cabins With Hot Tubs
After a day exploring some of Britain’s best landscapes, where better to retreat to than your very own hot tub?
UK Log Cabins With Hot Tubs
Stay close to nature and enjoy a truly blissful getaway with our selection of log cabins with private hot tubs. Whether you’re craving an escape by the sea or want to disappear ‘off the grid’ for a while in the midst of a forest, you’ll find plenty of properties scattered up and down the country in beautifully-rural locations. And with the luxury of your own private hot tub to enjoy, you’re never too far from a little R&R.
Booking a family holiday for the whole clan? Or a romantic break to celebrate an anniversary? Perhaps you’re looking for a holiday park that’s pet-friendly? Whatever it is you need, our hot tub holidays cater for groups of all sizes. Choose one that boasts open-plan living spaces to give everyone enough room to relax, or cosy up with your partner in front of a wood-burning stove. Some of our log cabins even have delightful features like swimming pools, saunas, and rainfall showers, to make your stay extra special.
There’s plenty to explore right from the doorstep of your log cabin with a hot tub. Ramble on walking trails and take in the fresh countryside air, or scramble up the highest peaks and fells for some of the best views in the world. If it’s family-friendly attractions you’re looking for, there are amusement parks for the thrill-seekers, museums for history buffs, and nature reserves for wildlife enthusiasts all just a short drive from your stay.
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With its charming harbour towns, award-winning beaches, and tranquil countryside, a holiday to Cornwall isn’t one you’ll forget in a hurry. Thousands flock to its shores to soak up its Meditteranean-like weather, or surf on the Atlantic waves. And its eclectic food and drink scene is sure to tantalise your tastebuds. From fresh seafood to traditional Cornish delicacies, there’s something for even the fussiest palates to tuck into.
Boasting some of the most beautiful and unspoilt landscapes in the country, Scotland should be at the top of your travel list. Head north east and discover miles of dramatic coastline, lined with quaint fishing villages and coastal towns. If enchanting lochs and rugged mountains are what you’re looking for, you’ll love the Scottish Highlands, while those seeking an island adventure will love hopping around the Shetland Islands, home to world-class natural beauty.
Wales’ landscapes are bursting with adrenaline-fuelled adventures. North Wales is home to Snowdonia National Park, perfect for keen hikers and cyclists to explore its many routes and trails. Head to the country’s shores for fun-filled days of watersports. Why not try your hand at surfing, diving, or canoeing around its coves. And if you want to take things a little slower, you can always enjoy the views from the hot tub of your luxury lodge!
With 5 counties to explore and over 3000 miles of footpaths and bridleways, The Cotswolds is the perfect place for a relaxing rural break. Explore its vibrant markets, marvel at grand country houses, and admire the area’s defining features – honey-coloured stone and lush rolling hills. And it’s not just those who are craving a nature-filled trip that will love The Cotswolds, there are plenty of restaurants scattered and pubs serving delicious locally-produced dishes that foodies will love.
Get ready to immerse yourself in the Lake District’s majestic lakes and mystical fells. This national park has become a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, with 214 wainwrights (mountains or fells) to hike, and 16 lakes all just waiting for you to explore. But it’s not just the landscape that makes it so special, amongst the scenery there are plenty of bustling towns that are brimming with things to do, and places to eat.
Best walks near your log cabin with a private hot tub
Ready to explore the surroundings of your hot tub break? Check out these scenic walks – we’ve included family and dog-friendly ones for everyone to enjoy!
Pentire Headland Walk
Distance: 3.4 miles
Time to complete: 2–3 hours
Complete the Pentire Headland walk and take in the breathtaking views of the dramatic Pentire Point and the Atlantic Sea. If you’re lucky, you might even spot some grey seals and peregrine falcons!
Glenfinnan Viaduct Trail
Distance: 2.5 miles
Time to complete: 1–2 hours
Famous for being that railway bridge in the beloved Harry Potter films, Glenfinnan Viaduct is worth a visit for more than just an Instagram photo. The 2.5-mile-long Glenfinnan Viaduct Trail gives you delightful views of Loch Shiel and the surrounding dramatic landscapes.
Distance: 7.5 miles
Time to complete: 5–6 hours
If you love a challenge, why not take on the wild landscapes of Snowdon? The highest mountain in England, the Snowdon Circular will see you climb 1,085m above sea level. The panoramic views when you reach the top are totally worth it.
Bourton-on-the-Water to Stow-on-the-Wold
Location: The Cotswolds
Distance: 11 miles
Time to complete:
The Bourton-on-the-Water to Stow-on-the-Wold walk sees you ramble along the Gloucestershire Way, through villages lined with chocolate-box cottages. Immerse yourself in the charm of Upper and Lower Slaughter, and enjoy the sweeping views across the Cotswolds’ rolling hills.
Location: Lake District
Distance: 5 miles
Time to complete: 5 hours
Enjoy incredible views over Buttermere on the Haystacks walk. It’s been dubbed as “the best fell-top of all” by Alfred Wainwright (the famous British fellwalker), and it’s easy to see why. After a little bit of scrambling, you’ll be able to take in the unrivalled views of the Lakes’ rugged lands
What are the types of log cabins?
There are several types of log cabins, each with their own unique style and characteristics. Here are some of the most common types:
- Traditional Log Cabin – This type of log cabin is the most common and features a simple design with a single story, a pitched roof, and a porch or deck.
- Timber Frame Log Cabin – This type of log cabin features a timber frame structure with large beams and supports visible both inside and outside the cabin.
- Contemporary Log Cabin – This type of log cabin features a modern design with clean lines, minimalist features, and large windows to take advantage of natural light.
- Rustic Log Cabin – This type of log cabin is characterised by its rugged, natural appearance with rough-hewn logs and a simple, rustic design.
- Log Chalet – This log cabin type is inspired by Swiss Alpine chalets and features steeply pitched roofs, decorative woodwork, and a cozy, warm interior.
- A-Frame Log Cabin – This type of log cabin features a distinctive triangular shape with steeply sloping walls that meet at the peak of the roof.