29 Holiday Hot Tub Cottages: The Most Booked Homes and Locations in the UK
There’s no better way to recharge your batteries than a relaxing stay at a hot tub cottage. Picture yourself now - cold drink in hand, looking out to gorgeous vistas as you soak your cares away. If this sounds like perfection, then maybe it’s time to take a look through our lovely cottages with hot tubs.
We’ve got plenty of hot tub log cabins in the UK, each offering their own individual character and style. From luxury swimming pool cottages for special occasions to beautiful beach cottages, the perfect cottage is awaiting your arrival. If you’re in need of a little inspiration, here’s 29 of our most popular lodges with hot tubs.
Most booked properties for hot tub breaks
Here’s just a few of our top booked properties. From cosy welsh cottages to seaside huts in Cornwall, there’s a bit of everything here!
1. Cwt Bach
Location: Abergele, North Wales
Best for: A cosy retreat for couples
Cwt Bach is a cosy one-bedroom cottage in Llanfair Talhaiarn, Abergele. A stylish studio perfect for a relaxed and romantic weekend, you’ll be surrounded by idyllic Welsh countryside. The best thing is that you’re just five miles from the nearest beach, so you’ll have the choice of dreamy countryside and gorgeous coastal walks!
If you do one thing nearby: Visit the historic Gwrych Castle in Abergele - the dramatic location for last year’s I’m A Celebrity!
Best place to eat and drink: Pop into Olivia’s in the nearby village of Llanfair Talhaiarn for a warming cup of tea and a slice of homemade cake.
2. Ysgubor Nantcoy
Location: Aberaeron, Mid Wales
Best for: A stylish base for exploring Wales
Set within the glorious countryside of Aberaeron in Mid Wales, Ysgubor Nantcoy is a gorgeous one-bedroom home. An ideal retreat for couples, this converted barn is set on the owner’s beautiful farm. You’ll find plenty of attractions in the local area to keep you entertained, including fishing, mountain biking and even dolphin watching!
3. Powis Castle View
Location: Powys, Mid Wales
Best for: Discovering the history of Powys
Powis Castle View sits in a beautiful position, overlooking the majestic Powis Castle and Severn valley. Ideally located just outside of Welshpool in Mid Wales, you’ll find a whole host of cafes, pubs and independent shops within the town. If you’d rather spend the weekend surrounded by nature, there’s plenty of gorgeous walks to be had in the local area.
If you do one thing nearby: Visit the spectacular Powis Castle and it’s stunning gardens, of course!
Best place to eat and drink: Visit The Lion Hotel in Welshpool, for locally-sourced dishes and vegan-friendly options.
4. Ty Isa
Location: Abergele, North Wales
Best for: A holiday by the North Welsh coast
Ty Isa lets you escape the bustle of everyday life, trading it in for peace, quiet and stunning countryside views. Set just outside the village of Llanfair Talhaiarn, you’re perfectly positioned to discover the delights that the county of Conwy has to offer. That is if you can tear yourself from the soothing bubbles of your private hot tub!
Best place to eat and drink: For traditional pub grub, head over to the Black Lion in Llanfair Talhaiarn.
5. Lovers’ Lodge
Location: Powys, Mid Wales
Best for: A relaxing rural retreat for two
In need of a romantic weekend away? Lovers’ Lodge is a cosy one-bedroom cabin with a lovely hot tub in Powys. Great for those who can’t bear to leave their beloved pooches behind, this pet-friendly property features an enclosed, grass garden. With over 10 acres of surrounding fields, there’s plenty of great walks from your doorstep.
Best place to eat and drink: Visit Lakeside Cafe & Catering in Llandrindod Wells for delicious home cooked food.
6. Cwmachau - Tynycoed
Location: Brecon, Wales
Best for: A weekend of soaking your cares away!
Yet another lovely location for a romantic weekend away, Cwmachau - Tynycoed is a one-bedroom log cabin with a hot tub in Powys. Set in an elevated position on the hillside, this cosy hut boasts sweeping views down the verdant valley. Hidden away down a private country lane, you certainly won’t have to put up with any distractions from here!
If you do one thing nearby: Spend a day walking around the many routes within Crychan Forest.
7. Top Meadow - March End Lodges
Location: Georgeham, Devon
Best for: Experiencing the peace and quiet of Devonshire countryside
Top Meadow - March End Lodges is a stylish holiday cottage with a hot tub, ideally located in the gorgeous surroundings of Georgeham, Devon. Huge floor to ceiling windows let you enjoy those stunning views even when relaxing indoors, but we're guessing you’ll be spending most of your time soaking in the bubbling hot tub just outside!
If you do one thing nearby: Make a trip over to the golden sands of Woolacombe Beach.
Best place to eat and drink: Dine by candlelight in the atmospheric Kings Arms in Georgeham.
8. Log Cabin in Scottish Borders I
Location: Lanarkshire, Scotland
Best for: Experiencing a weekend of complete solitude!
Looking for a simple hot tub break in Scotland? This Log Cabin in Scottish Borders offers splendid views of the Scottish countryside, making it ideal for a weekend of complete tranquillity and relaxation. On the private decking, you’ll find a private hot tub and a picnic bench for alfresco breakfasts on sunny mornings!
If you do one thing nearby: Take a stroll around the scenic Biggar Public Park, just a short walk from the cabin.
9. Stiperstones Pod
Location: Shrewsbury, Shropshire
Best for: Soaking up the glorious views of Shropshire’s rolling countryside
Tucked away in the hills of Shropshire, Stiperstones Pod is a cosy hut for two. If you’ve always fancied glamping but haven’t wanted to give up your home comforts, this is the location for you! Set on the owner’s farm near the village of Chirbury, you’ll enjoy complete tranquillity here. As an added bonus, two well-behaved pets are welcome!
If you do one thing nearby: If you don’t mind a full day of walking, climb up the nearby Devil’s Chair - the views from the top are absolutely incredible!
10. Kittsford Barton
Location: Wellington, Somerset
Best for: A family break in the peaceful surroundings of Somerset
Set on a beautiful organic farm in Wellington, Kittsford Barton lets you enjoy the best of Somerset’s rolling countryside. A three-bedroom retreat with plenty of space for the whole family, this cosy cottage can easily accommodate up to six guests. In the evenings, cosy up around the open fire pit with marshmallows and hot chocolates!
If you do one thing nearby: Pack a picnic bag and head to the pretty Wellington Park, with its four and a half acres of Victorian landscaped gardens.
Best place to eat and drink: Visit The Pump House in Wellington for authentic stone baked pizzas and tasty tapas.
11. The Retreat
Location: Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire
Best for: Admiring those stunning views from the hot tub!
A gorgeous two-bedroom holiday home overlooking the River Severn Estuary in the Forest of Dean, The Retreat has everything you need to relax and unwind. Hidden away just outside the market town of Chepstow, this comfortable cottage is ideal for family holidays or get-togethers with friends. Gloucestershire is renowned for its abundance of stunning walking routes, so be sure to pack your boots!
If you do one thing nearby: Be sure to visit the nearby Chepstow Castle, which has stood within the town for over 600 years.
Best place to eat and drink: Tuck into an array of delicious dishes at The Boat Inn, an 18th-century pub in the town of Chepstow.
12. Hattie the Horse Box
Location: Hawkhurst, Kent
Best for: A quirky couples weekend
Cleverly designed to fit in absolutely everything you need for a comfortable weekend break, Hattie the Horse Box is a fabulous and unique retreat for two. If you’re always on the lookout for something a bit different, then this is the place for you! Outside, a private hot tub lets you enjoy the gorgeous country views of Hawkhurst, Kent.
If you do one thing nearby: Spend a day at the Bedgebury National Pinetum and Forest, an enchanting woodland spanning over 320 acres.
Best place to eat and drink: Tuck into pizzas and delicious charcoal dishes at The Queen’s Inn in the village of Hawkhurst.
13. Churn Barn
Location: Chinley, Derbyshire
Best for: Celebrating a special occasion or having a reunion with friends
Churn Barn is a beautiful farm cottage, set in the quiet surroundings of Chinley in Derbyshire. Accommodating up to 12 guests, it’s the ideal location for family gatherings or reunions with friends. Just a short drive from the spectacular sights of the Peak District, you’ll find so much to see and do in the local area.
If you do one thing nearby: Make a visit to the nearby Treak Cliff Cavern in Castleton.
Best place to eat and drink: Stop by The Pack Horse in Hayfield for a friendly atmosphere and great food.
14. Rafters - March End Lodges
Location: Georgeham, Devon
Best for: Visiting the nearby beaches of Saunton and Woolacombe
Ideally located on a quiet farm in the picturesque village of Georgeham, Rafters - March End Lodges is a stylish one-bedroom cabin. The perfect place to recharge your batteries, you can soak in the hot tub while enjoying uninterrupted country views. Even on cooler days, you can sit and enjoy them from the comfort of the cabin, thanks to its stunning floor-to-ceiling windows.
If you do one thing nearby: The popular Putsborough Beach is just a ten-minute drive from cottage.
Best place to eat and drink: The Rock Inn is a cosy pub in the village of Georgeham, offering up a selection of real ales and classic pub food.
15. Corndon Pod
Location: Shropshire, Shrewsbury
Best for: Trying out luxury glamping!
The snug Corndon Pod overlooked the beautiful Stiperstones Hills in Shropshire, Shrewsbury. Nestled within an Area of Outstanding Beauty, this is the ultimate place for a weekend of R&R. With its unique open-plan layout, there’s more space inside here than you might think! Of course, there’s also a heated hot tub outside, awaiting your arrival...
If you do one thing nearby: Drive just over the border to take a walk around the historic Montgomery Castle, a great spot to admire the idyllic views across the valley.
Best place to eat and drink: Pop into The Nags Head in Montgomery for fine dining and a choice of excellent wines.
16. Log Cabin in Cumbria I
Location: Carlisle, Cumbria
Best for: Making the most of the gorgeous walking routes on your doorstep
A luxury cottage close to Carlisle, Log Cabin in Cumbria I has everything you need to unwind and escape the daily bustle. Tucked away in a rural location close to the historic Hadrian’s Wall, there’s little in the way of distractions here. Simply sit back in your hot tub, sip a cold glass of bubbly, and listen to the gentle chirping of birds in the nearby trees...aah, bliss!
If you do one thing nearby: It’s not every day you get to visit a World Heritage Site, so be sure to make a visit to the nearby Hadrian’s Wall.
Best place to eat and drink: Visit The Nag’s Head Hotel for dinner and drinks with a friendly atmosphere.
17. Log Cabin in Cumbria II
Location: Carlisle, Cumbria
Best for: Making the most of your gorgeous rural surroundings
Yet another cosy retreat close to Carlisle, Log Cabin in Cumbria II is just a short drive from the bustling market town of Brampton. Outside, you’ll find a cosy deck with seating for alfresco breakfasts on sunny mornings. Afterwards, take a stroll around the peaceful surroundings of Cumbria.
If you do one thing nearby: Visit the scenic Talkin Tarn Country Park for a day of sailing or walking through its pretty woodland paths.
Best place to eat and drink: Stop by the Bite Cafe and Gallery for a hearty breakfast or tasty lunch.
18. Lovesome Cottage
Location: Northallerton, North Yorkshire
Best for: A romantic weekend away
The aptly-named Lovesome Cottage is the perfect retreat for couples. Situated in the pretty surroundings of North Yorkshire, this detached cottage offers privacy, yet with the convenience of being less than four miles from the nearest town. With its traditional farmhouse style, you’ll feel at home here right away.
If you do one thing nearby: Take a walk around the historic Mount Grace Priory, a former 14th-century Carthusian priory.
19. Log Cabin in North Yorkshire
Location: Richmond, North Yorkshire
Best for: Experiencing complete tranquillity
A gorgeous hand-crafted shepherd’s hut in Richmond, Log Cabin in North Yorkshire is the perfect place to unwind. Or if you’re the adventurous type, it offers an excellent base to explore the many beautiful sights of North Yorkshire. Within, you’ll find all your home comforts including a toasty wood-burning stove for those cooler nights.
If you do one thing nearby: Take a peaceful stroll through the scenic Hudson Woods, a beautiful National Trust park in Richmond.
Best place to eat and drink: After a good walk around the woods, stop by The Hildyard Arms for a tasty lunch.
20. The Bolthole
Location: Ashford, Kent
Best for: A luxurious weekend away in Kent
The Bolthole is an idyllic retreat in the beautiful surroundings of Ashford, Kent. An escape from the hustle and bustle, this gorgeous one-bedroom home is cosy, welcoming and stylish. Built to an impeccably high standard by the owner, you’ll have all the mod-cons you need for a relaxing break. Oh, and did we mention it’s within walking distance of a popular gastropub?
If you do one thing nearby: Spend an afternoon wandering the grounds of the beautiful Victoria Park in Ashford.
Best place to eat and drink: Check into the Hooden Smokehouse in Ashford for a mighty menu of authentically smoked meats.
21. House Martins
Location: Bittadon, North Devon
Best for: Whisking the family away for a relaxing break
House Martins is a beautiful barn conversion near Bittadon in North Devon. This three-bedroom home is ideal for chilled-out family holidays in the great British countryside. Allowing up to two pets, this lovely home has a spacious, enclosed garden complete with an outdoor dining area and sumptuous hot tub.
If you do one thing nearby: Try something a bit different and enjoy a beach hack with the Mullacott Riding Centre.
22. Sunny View
Location: Powys, Mid Wales
Best for: Enjoying the peaceful Welsh countryside with friends or family
Sunny View is a lovely three-bedroom cottage overlooking the scenic Elan Valley in Powys. An excellent base for a weekend of adventures, you’ll find a whole host of beautiful walks in the local area. This cottage is especially great for families of all ages, as the entire layout is set out across one floor.
If you do one thing nearby: If the sun is shining, spend a day walking through the gorgeous Gilfach Nature Reserve.
Best place to eat and drink: Visit The Lost ARC in Rhayader for a cup of tea and a cake.
23. Hafod Ganol Farm
Location: Pontypridd, South Wales
Best for: Getting everyone together for a special occasion
Searching for a holiday home with that ‘wow’ factor? Hafod Ganol Farm is a stunning six-bedroom home accommodating up to 13 guests. Complete with its own games room, bar and private hot tub, it’s the ideal location for celebrations with family and friends. It’s in a great position to visit the rest of Wales, with Cardiff and the Brecon Beacons just a short drive away.
Best place to eat and drink: Be sure to visit The Bunch of Grapes, a trendy gastropub with a great choice of real ales.
24. Log Cabin in Scottish Borders II
Location: South Lanarkshire, Scotland
Best for: Discovering the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Cosy and secluded, yet close enough to plenty of amenities, Log Cabin in Scottish Borders II lets you relax and unwind in comfort. Tucked away in a quiet valley in South Lanarkshire, this snug cabin is set on a family-run farm. An excellent base for adventures, you’ll find endless opportunities for biking, walking and hiking in the surrounding area.
Best place to eat and drink: Visit Osso in Peebles for beautiful presented and locally sourced dishes.
25. The View 14 - Whitsand Bay Fort Lodge
Location: Millbrook, Cornwall
Best for: Discovering the stunning coastal sights of Cornwall
The View 14 - Whitsands Bay Fort Lodge is a contemporary retreat, accommodating up to four guests. Overlooking the glorious shores of Whitsand Bay, this bright and airy holiday home is perfect for a seaside holiday. After a busy day of exploring Cornwall’s south coast, you can soak in the hot tub while watching the sunset.
If you do one thing nearby: Spend the day paddling in the crystal-clear waters of Cawsand Beach.
Best place to eat and drink: Make a stop at the Cliff Top Cafe in Tregonhawke for a tasty lunch by the beach.
26. The Roundhouse
Location: Bude, Cornwall
Best for: Visiting the nearby seaside town of Bude
Enjoy the simple things in life from The Roundhouse, a charming cabin close to the town of Bude, Cornwall. Completely surrounded by the dreamy Cornish countryside, you’ll feel at ease here from the moment you arrive. A unique porthole in the roof lets you gaze up at the stars as you cosy up indoors - the ultimate retreat for a romantic weekend away!
If you do one thing nearby: In the summer months, be sure to visit the Bude Sea Pool, a semi-natural pool in Bude that’s popular with both swimmers and surfers.
Best place to eat and drink: Visit The Bank at Bude for a mouthwatering selection of tapas dishes.
27. High Croft
Location: Scarborough, North Yorkshire
Best for: Enjoying a traditional seaside holiday in Scarborough
High Croft lets you enjoy stunning countryside views, while you sit back and soak in your very own private hot tub. A four-bedroom home close to the resort town of Scarborough in North Yorkshire, it makes a wonderful base for family holidays spent exploring both the coast and country. It also has a large enclosed garden, for anyone planning to bring their pooch along!
If you do one thing nearby: Visit Peasholm Park in Scarborough, an oriental themed municipal park with acres of enchanting gardens.
Best place to eat and drink: Tuck into tasty tex-mex dishes at the lively El Gringos in Scarborough.
28. Swallows Nest
Location: Scarborough, North Yorkshire
Best for: Exploring the beautiful North York Moors National Park
Swallows Nest is a charming one-bedroom retreat, nestled within the picturesque North York Moors. An ideal location for those seeking solace and comfort, this lovely home feels both welcoming and homely. Among its many cosy features is the toasty log burner, great for snuggling up in front of, with a good film on the television.
If you do one thing nearby: Take a stroll along the Cleveland Way, a beautiful 109-mile track through the North York Moors.
29. The Orchard
Location: Malton, North Yorkshire
Best for: Spending the weekend in the bustling market town of Malton
Set on the outskirts of Amotherby in North Yorkshire, The Orchard is a contemporary three-bedroom home sleeping up to five guests. Ideally located within easy distance of the Howardian Hills AONB and the North York Moors, this is the perfect location for families looking to discover the beauty of Yorkshire. After a busy day, relax on your private decking while enjoying the gorgeous scenery that stretches before you.
If you do one thing nearby: If you’ve got any budding historians in your group, then you might want to make a visit to Eden Camp, a modern history museum.
Most booked locations for hot tub breaks
If you’re still in need of some inspiration on where to travel to, here’s our top nine locations - as chosen by our customers!
Ideal for: A weekend of lounging by the beach
Home to over 100 beaches and brimming with beautiful coastal landmarks, Devon is the ultimate location for an unforgettable seaside holiday. Boasting the lowest rainfall in the whole of the UK, there’s no wonder why so many flock to its shores to soak up the sunshine during the summer months. Even if you’re not much of a beach lover, you’ll find rolling countryside, enchanting woodlands, and pretty market towns all rolled into this gorgeous county!
Ideal for: Scenic walks in the North York Moors or the Yorkshire Dales National Park
Yorkshire is absolutely brimming with history, culture and breathtaking natural beauty. Whether you’re planning on walking in the North York Moors, sunning yourself in Scarborough, or wandering through the bustling streets of York, there’s so much to see here. With not one, but three Areas of Outstanding Beauty dotted around the county, this should give you some idea of what you can expect to discover upon your arrival!
Best walk: Soap up the gorgeous views and breathe in the fresh country air along the Ribblehead Viaduct Walk in the Yorkshire Dales.
Best activity: If you’re stopping in the city, be sure to visit the iconic York Minster, first built in 637 AD.
Ideal for: Spending a weekend by the seaside
With 250 miles of dramatic coastline, Cornwall offers some of the best sea views in the UK. Golden beaches, aquamarine waters, and rugged cliffs combine to create a tropical paradise right here in Old Blighty! This isn’t too far from the truth though, as Cornwall has been found to have its very own subtropical microclimate. So, if you’re in need of sun, sea and sand, look no further than this gorgeous south-west county.
Ideal for: Discovering the beauty of the Lake District National Park
The rugged peaks of Cumbria are the ultimate destination for adventure seekers. Home of the magnificent Lake District National Park, this dramatic county has so much to be explored. Whether you’re planning on scaling the heights of Scafell Pike or taking it easy with a walk around its many glacial lakes, you’ll be amazed by its natural beauty. Along the way, you’ll also find plenty of lovely towns and villages, including Windermere and Ambleside.
Best walk: If you enjoy a good strenuous hike, head up to the peak of The Old Man of Coniston, the views are absolutely spectacular!
Best activity: Take a stroll around the scenic town of Windermere for an excellent choice of independent shops, cafes, and pubs.
Ideal for: Having the best of both worlds with the coast and country at your doorstep
Yet another county with sweeping coastlines and bustling seaside villages, Pembrokeshire is Wales’ answer to the South West coast. Home to over 50 beautiful beaches, lots of medieval castles, as well as miles of idyllic countryside, there’s something for every type of visitor! One of its most famed landmarks is the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, a stunning area with 250 square miles of dramatic coastal vistas.
Best walk: Discover the delights of Ramsey Island, an isolated island just off the coast of St David's Head.
Best activity: Got a passion for all things historic? Make sure to visit the medieval Pembroke Castle.
Ideal for: Taking on the challenge of Mount Snowdon!
A haven for mountain climbers and hill walkers, the Snowdonia National Park boasts spectacular peaks, gorgeous valleys and an abundance of pretty towns and villages. Climb Mount Snowdon, take a rib ride on the Menai Strait, or brace yourself for an exhilarating zip line adventure over an abandoned quarry. If there was ever a home of adventure, Snowdonia would be it. Of course, you could always just take it easy in a traditional Welsh cottage!
Best walk: If you’ve already walked to the summit of Snowdon, try the dramatic peaks of Tryfan next. Be prepared for a scramble or two though!
Best activity: The beautiful Bodnant Garden in Glan Conwy is home to an array of vibrant plants and trees from all over the world.
Ideal for: Enjoying a relaxing weekend break away in the countryside
Looking to get away for a few days and enjoy complete tranquillity? You’ll find many beautiful locations dotted across the county of Norfolk, including The Broads. This scenic national park is best known for its idyllic paths along waterways and sprawling countryside, as well as its abundance of unique and sometimes exotic wildlife! It’s even home to a number of coastal resort towns, including the popular Great Yarmouth and Cromer.
Best walk: The Burgh Castle Circular Route is just outside of Great Yarmouth. This accessible route takes you along the scenic River Waveney.
Best activity: Spend a day wandering the grounds of the majestic Sandringham Estate, the private home of Elizabeth II!
8. Brecon Beacons
Ideal for: A week of mountain climbing and hill walking
Wales is home to many dramatic landmarks and the Brecon Beacons National Park is certainly no exception to this. With its stunning mountain landscapes, glassy lakes and abundance of historic castles, there’s no way of fitting it all in with just one visit! A stay here isn’t complete without a trip to the Penderyn Distillery, which produces quality whiskeys and gins that are enjoyed across the country. Just what you need to finish off a relaxing break!
Ideal for: Discovering the incredible Jurassic Coast - a World Heritage Site!
Who needs to go abroad when we’ve got the gorgeous county of Dorset on our South coast? Renowned for its rolling hills, breathtaking coastlines, and quintessential English villages, it’s the perfect location for a romantic break away. While you’re there, be sure to check out its most famous landmarks, including Durdle Door and the incredible Jurassic Coast.
Best walk: Only fancy a short walk? The Tyneham to Worbarrow Bay route is just a mile each way, but you’ll still see plenty of gorgeous coastal views!
Best activity: A visit to Dorset’s coast just isn’t complete without a stop at Durdle Door, a unique limestone arch featured on so many postcards in the area!
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