Hot Tub Breaks Near You

Both kids and adults love it, and it’s a sure-fire way to make every staycation one to remember. We’re talking about lodges with hot tubs, and there’s plenty across the UK.

Hot Tub Breaks Near Me

Romantic breaks in the Peak District, family trips with fun for all ages, and those large group getaways for the perfect celebration – the UK has some incredible staycation destinations. But one thing that will really impress is your very own private outdoor hot tub. 

It doesn’t have to be a dream in the distant future either. From holiday parks and countryside escapes to city breaks and those trips close to market towns, we have plenty of private hot tub accommodation – wherever you’re looking to go and for however long. 

Start your morning surrounded by natural beauty and enjoy your coffee in the tub. After a few hours exploring the nearby national parks, where better to retreat to than a jacuzzi? And, when the sun’s gone down and the stars are out, we guarantee you won’t find anything better than a log cabin with a hot tub. Bubbles in bubbles anyone? 

So now that you’re sold on the idea, you’re probably wondering if there are any hot tub lodges or properties near you. Well, you’ve come to the right page… 

Featured Hot Tub Properties

Discover our most popular hot tub holidays

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The Hay Barn – Slingsby


From £100 pppn | Sleeps 8

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Lake Retreat


From £110 pppn | Sleeps 6

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The Granary


From £100 pppn | Sleeps 6

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Lower Clearwater

Lake District

From £95 pppn | Sleeps 6

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Gitcombe Retreat


From £95 pppn | Sleeps 8

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Cunliffe Barn


From £80 pppn | Sleeps 4

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Sennen Skies


From £100 pppn | Sleeps 6

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The Lodge


From £80 pppn | Sleeps 5

Best regions for hot tub breaks


Best for: A little bit of everything

City, coast, countryside, and history, culture, sports – as a region, Yorkshire really does offer something for everyone. It’s also home to two national parks, which provide ample opportunities for exploration. And, when you’re not in the great outdoors, you’re sure to be impressed with the range of luxury lodges we have – some of which are in the heart of the action and others just a short drive from the hustle and bustle. 


Best for: Picture-perfect views

From the incredible beachside resort of Colwyn Bay in North Wales to Newport in South Wales, if you’re looking for awe-inspiring scenery, Wales won’t disappoint. Here, you’ll find coastline, national parks, quaint villages and a few lively cities – each packed with their own character and charm. Wales comes alive at nighttime with a renowned culture taking over, and making everyone feel welcome. Of course, a day spent in Snowdonia National Park also needs to be on your bucket list.  


Best for: Beachside luxury

Who needs long-haul flights and airport stresses when you’ve got some of the most beautiful beaches right here in the UK? Home to the likes of Falmouth, Fowey, Newquay and Penzance, it’s no surprise visitors flock to Cornwall every season – and the south coast has even been dubbed the Cornish Riviera. Choose from lazy days on the beach, fast-paced water sports, long lunches in award-winning restaurants and gentle wanders through the countryside.

The Cotswolds

Best for: Fairytale vibes

The accommodation in the Cotswolds is often described as chocolate box and it’s not hard to see why. In fact, many of the streets look like they should be out of a film and the area has inspired authors, poets and artists for many years. Once here, you can mix up your days in cute villages and towns, take in the views lakeside and saunter into the rolling countryside before stopping at one of the award-winning pubs to refuel. 


Best for: Experiencing the culinary scene 

Of course, Scotland offers a whole range of things to do – thanks to beautiful cities, incredible countryside and magnificent coastline. But one of our favourite things about the area is the food and drink! From whisky tours and gin distillery experiences to haggis and lobster, there really is something for every taste. Book a table at an award-winning restaurant or head to one of the renowned food markets and set up a spread in your lodge’s dining area that evening. Pure bliss. 

Best types of hot tub breaks near you

Cheap lodges with hot tubs near me 

We know what you’re thinking. A holiday as good as this is going to be damaging for the bank. But it really doesn’t have to be. In fact, whether you want to stay in the Lake District or on the Devon coast, we have something to suit every budget. What’s more, the UK is jam-packed with budget-friendly activities and free family-friendly activities to keep everyone on board.

Dog-friendly lodges with hot tubs near me 

Everyone’s invited to the next staycation – thanks to our wide variety of pet-friendly pads. And while they might not be allowed in the hot tub itself, your dog can still relax by the side or even wander around the enclosed garden. Many of our dog-friendly accommodation also come with amenities and treats to keep even the fussiest furry friend entertained.

Luxury lodges with hot tubs near me

Why stop at a lodge with a hot tub when you can have a swimming pool, a games room and maybe even a private bar? In fact, there’s a whole host of luxury properties with your name on it. What better way to keep the kids entertained, or celebrate that special occasion?! Just make sure the fridge is stocked up with your favourite bottle of bubbly.

Romantic lodges with hot tubs near me 

A hot tub lodge is the perfect way to spark some romance. Head there after dinner with some chocolate-coated strawberries on the side. Relax together with a glass of fizz after a busy day exploring. Or sip your morning cuppa and put the world right in the tub as you wake up with the larks. Even better, why not book one of our lodges and surprise your other half as a treat? Brownie points are guaranteed.

Last minute lodges with hot tubs near me

Desperate to get away? Perhaps another holiday fell through? Either way, you’ll be pleased to know that we have lots of last minute lodges available. You might even find a last minute deal and offer to tempt you away. All that’s left to do is pack your bags, drop the spare key off at your neighbours and bundle everything into the car. Oh, and you might want to check the weather forecast…

Best activities for local hot tub breaks

A champagne picnic 

One of our favourite things about a lodge holiday is the fact that it’s a great opportunity to see some of the UK’s best landscapes. So, why not make the most of it with a picnic? Of course, a champagne picnic for something truly special. Take a few games, don’t forget the picnic blanket and you could even pop to one of the local artisan delis for a feast fit for a king. 

A walk in the countryside 

Another great way to get all of the group together is with a walk in the countryside. What’s more, if you’ve got your dog, there’s lots of dog-friendly nature trails and adventures dotted around. Many are even suitable for wheelchairs and prams so everyone can enjoy a day out. Don’t forget to keep your eyes peeled for somewhere to stop off at on the way back though. 

Stargazing and cocktails 

Just picture it now: you’ve had a great day in your location of choice, the air is still warm from the earlier sunshine and there’s not another soul in sight – apart from those you’re travelling with. The kids are in bed, and the dogs are cosy in the basket. It’s time to mix up some cocktails, get into the tub and sit back and take in the views of the land. Sold yet?!

A relaxing spa day 

Now, you could stay in your hot tub lodge all day or you could venture out to one of the nearby luxury spas. Failing that, why not get a remote beauty service to come to you? Or create your very own DIY treatments. After all, sitting in the hot tub with a homemade face and hair mask on sounds very appealing to us. All you need is a glass of fizz to make it a proper relaxing moment. 

Dinner on the open fire 

Many of our lodges with hot tubs come with a fire pit, BBQ, or even a pizza oven. From a BBQ’ed Full English (don’t knock it) to toasted marshmallows at midnight, you certainly won’t go hungry – and, if you think about it, you can get quite creative when it comes to fire pit dinners. There’s something special about cooking and eating outside – and much less washing up when everything’s in foil trays too!