Weekend Hot Tub Breaks

Happiness is not having to set your alarm for the following day. Happiness is a weekend away in your very own hot tub property.

Weekend Hot Tub Holidays

Whether you’re indulging in a long weekend or are simply looking for one night away from normality, a hot tub holiday is a treat that the whole family will love. The hardest part about it is choosing exactly where to go. For endless exploration, pack your hiking boots and head off to the Lake District National Park or Peak District. For something a little more lively, it’s got to be one of the UK’s best-loved cities like London, Manchester or Edinburgh. And, if you’re looking to combine a little slice of everything, a trip to North Wales or North Yorkshire is sure to impress. 

Of course, one thing that truly makes a getaway is the holiday cottage itself – whether you’re travelling with friends, family, partners or alone. Choose from cosy cabins in complete privacy, peruse our selection of holiday homes that come with luxury extras like swimming pools, or go all out when it comes to family-friendly fun and find a home away from home in a log cabin at one of the UK’s popular holiday parks. 

One thing’s for sure – a bubbling hot tub will definitely put the cherry on the top of your weekend break. From catching up with friends, taking in the scenery or providing a perfect bit of me-time, a private hot tub guarantees holiday memories that last a lifetime.

Featured Hot Tub Properties

Discover our most popular weekend hot tub holidays

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Y Daflod

North Wales

From £90 pppn | Sleeps 8

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The Old Forge – Uploders


From £100 pppn | Sleeps 8

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Balmoral Lodge


From £80 pppn | Sleeps 2

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The Cow Stalls Old Boywood Farm


From £75 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 types of property for a hot tub break

Here are the best property types for your hot tub break

Luxury Hot Tub Breaks

If you’re looking to splash out on a weekend getaway, a hot tub cabin is a sure-fire way to impress anyone you’re travelling with – as well as your Instagram followers. Start your morning with a coffee in the hot tub, relax after a day exploring and, in the evening, unwind in the tub with some fizz. After all, bubbles surrounded by bubbles is always a good choice. Many of our hot tub properties also come with luxury extras like swimming pools, a games room, outdoor terraces and a private bar area.

Large Houses with Hot Tubs

Looking for the perfect house that has enough space for everyone? Whether it’s a family affair or a group celebration, we have party houses with hot tubs for every group size and budget. Not just that but you’ll find open-plan living and dining areas, bundles of space for fun and games and plenty of home comforts – as well as parking – which make every holiday easy and stress-free. Choose from those properties close to the action or make your own adventure with large self-catering houses, deep in the countryside. 

Lodges With Hot Tubs

Countryside retreats, beachside breaks, forest getaways – whatever you’re looking for in your next staycation, we’re sure to have a lodge or log cabin with a hot tub to suit. Open the door and step out into natural beauty, take in the views from your private terrace or balcony, and experience some of the UK’s prettiest landscapes and national parks. Mix up your days with walking, hiking and watersports, before residing back to your lodge for a night under the stars. 

Romantic Hot Tub Breaks for Two

Just picture it now. You’re in your very own private cottage with a hot tub that boasts incredible views. Pop open the fizz, and enjoy some quality time with your other half. After all, is there anything more romantic than a hot tub break with your loved one? Of course, if you can pull yourself away, you’re sure to fall in love with the nearby attractions and gastropubs. Alternatively, opt for a night in and order a takeaway or get creative in the kitchen before enjoying a nightcap in the jacuzzi. Pure bliss. 

Dog-friendly Hot Tub Breaks

At Hot Tub Breaks, we don’t think anyone should miss out on a holiday – even the furry holidaymaker. And while they might not be allowed in the hot tub, they can still enjoy the rest of the property and everything around it. What’s more, with plenty of walking trails and hiking paths as well as dog-friendly establishments popping up, it’s never been easier to plan a holiday for the whole family. Many even come with canine extras and living areas so you don’t need to worry about bringing their own bed.

Best locations for short hot tubs break

Here are the best locations for your hot tub break


Best for? A city break

London might be bold, bright and colourful but it’s also surrounded by a range of market towns and villages meaning there’s a staycation to be had for every kind of traveller. In the city centre itself, you’ve got places like Greenwich, Primrose Hill, and Richmond, and just outside lies Windsor, Surrey and the Chiltern Hills. What’s more, however you want to spend your days here, you’re sure to find something to fit the bill. Shopping, theatre, music or simply wandering around the streets – a weekend in London is the perfect amount of time to explore everything that the capital city has to offer. 


Best for? A coastal break

If you’re in search of sea, sand and some delicious food, you’ll be pleased to know that you don’t have to search for your passport and pray that it’s in date. Combining the best of Britain’s beaches and countryside, as well as incredible quaint towns and villages that deserve to be on the map, Cornwall really does have something for everyone. It’s also fast becoming a foodie destination in its own right, which visitors flock to experience throughout the year. Whether looking for a romantic getaway or a fun family break, we guarantee you’ll fall in love with Cornwall. 


Best for? Getting out in the countryside 

Wales might be popular for its bustling city centres and beautiful coastline, but the countryside is what has us going back time and again. Here, you’ll find rugged landscapes, national parks filled with glacial landforms, mountain trails and incredible picture-perfect opportunities wherever you look. Of course, if the kids and dogs are in tow, there’s plenty for them to see and do too, and Wales is equally impressive if you’re looking for a relaxed or romantic trip. You’ll also find lots of local pubs, restaurants and shops to keep you entertained and family-friendly activities for all ages. 


Best for? Picture-perfect opportunities 

This historical county makes for a great weekend getaway – even if history isn’t your favourite subject. Packed with Roman and Viking heritage as well as castles and abbeys, there’s also bustling cities and two national parks to keep you occupied. Some of the most popular places to visit include York, Leeds, Harrogate and the North York Moors – all of which boast their own attractions and culture. Here, your days can be filled with countryside exploration before heading to one of the local pubs or into the city centre for a night of exquisite food and drink, and entertainment. 


Best for? A little bit of everything

City, coastal, countryside – whatever you want in a staycation this season, Scotland won’t disappoint. Spend your days exploring Edinburgh, Glasgow or Stirling. Hit the shops, find a show, taste some local delicacies. Or, head to one of the national parks and discover some local heritage at Loch Ness. Alternatively, wrap up warm and explore the coastline at the likes of Southerness, Skye or Ayr. The hot tub properties are just as varied too with everything from luxury houses, cute cabins and large family pads with all the mod cons and lots of luxury extras.

Best cities to visit for a weekend break

  1. Bath: Situated in southwest England, Bath is a historic city renowned for its Roman baths, Georgian architecture, and scenic countryside. As a UNESCO World Heritage site, it offers attractions such as the Roman Baths, Bath Abbey, and the Jane Austen Centre for visitors to enjoy.
  2. York: This compact city located in northern England is famous for its well-preserved medieval walls, stunning Gothic architecture, and rich history. Highlights include the iconic York Minster, the Jorvik Viking Centre, and the charming medieval street called the Shambles.
  3. Cambridge: Nestled in eastern England, Cambridge is a picturesque university city known for its beautiful colleges, leisurely punting on the River Cam, and vibrant cycling culture. Visitors can explore the renowned University of Cambridge, delve into museums like the Fitzwilliam Museum, and take a relaxing stroll along the River Cam.
  4. Oxford: Another esteemed university city, Oxford is situated in south-central England and is renowned for its breathtaking architecture, including landmarks such as the Bodleian Library and Radcliffe Camera. The city also offers attractions like the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford Castle, and the picturesque Oxford Botanic Garden for visitors to discover.
  5. Canterbury: Located in Kent, Canterbury is a city steeped in history and cultural heritage. It is home to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Canterbury Cathedral, one of the oldest Christian structures in England. Visitors can also explore the Canterbury Tales museum, St. Augustine’s Abbey ruins, and the charming medieval streets.
  6. St. Ives: This quaint coastal town situated in Cornwall, southwestern England, is known for its stunning beaches, vibrant art galleries, and picturesque harbor. Visitors can wander along the narrow cobbled streets, visit the renowned Tate St. Ives gallery, and immerse themselves in the breathtaking coastal scenery.