Lodge holidays with hot tubs are a great way to unwind and explore a new destination. At Lodge Holidays, we offer an incredible selection of hot tub cabins to suit every kind of traveller. Whether you’re looking for a cosy log cabin nestled in the mountains or perhaps a holiday cottage by the coast, you’ll find our lovely lodges dotted all across the UK.
Hot tub holidays should be all about relaxation, which is why our handpicked range of snug cottages offer all the comfort and privacy you need to unwind. From romantic shepherd’s huts to luxury lodges for special occasions, we’ve got something for everyone. If you’re in need of some inspiration, just let us know what type of holiday you’re planning and we can help you find that perfect accommodation.
From the wild surroundings of North Wales to the sparkling coastlines of Cornwall and Devon, we’ve searched far and wide to bring the very best hot tub breaks to you. So, why wait any longer? Take a look at our lovely collection of lodges with hot tubs and get planning your next break away!
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There are many wonderful places for cottages with hot tubs. Here are just some of our most popular destinations.
Best for: Thrill seekers
Whether you’re stopping on the scenic Isle of Anglesey or exploring the Snowdonia National Park, North Wales has so much to offer its guests. A hub for outdoor activities, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to try a new hobby - from kayaking and sailing to mountain climbing and zip-lining. Of course, if you’d rather just unwind, you’ll find lots of lodges tucked away in the scenic and unspoilt Welsh countryside.
Best for: City lovers
From bustling cities to the wild and wonderful landscape of the Highlands, Scotland has something for everyone. Wander through the historic streets of Edinburgh, and you’ll find plenty to keep you entertained. From interesting art galleries to unique museums, it’s easy to spend hours strolling through the city - and there’s a good chance you’ll have only seen a fraction of what’s about!
Best for: Sun seekers
Famed for its beautiful coastline, Cornwall is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the whole of the UK. With 500 beaches and an assortment of pretty coastal towns and villages, it’s the perfect choice for a seaside break. Those who prefer the peace and quiet of the countryside won’t be disappointed either - the Cornish countryside is just as beautiful.
Best for: Beach-goers
Devon is yet another lovely county that offers a choice of coast and countryside. Head to its southern shores, and you’ll find the stunning English Riviera - a 22 mile stretch of pretty seaside villages and towns. The beaches along here easily rival those in slightly more exotic locations, with powdery sands and crystal-clear waters. If you’d rather escape the coastal crowds, head up north towards the picturesque Exmoor National Park.
Best for: Keen hikers
Planning a hiking holiday? There’s plenty to be discovered in the northern county of Yorkshire. From the rolling hills of the Yorkshire Dales to the heather-covered landscape of the North York Moors, there’s natural beauty everywhere. It’s even home to a lovely stretch of coastline, where you’ll find the bustling resort of Whitby among many other popular seaside towns.
Make the most of your surroundings and get those walking boots on! Here are a few of our favourite walking routes in the UK.
Location: North Wales
Walk length: Just under four miles
The Nant Gwynant valley is an absolute sight to behold in any season. This walking trail takes you through an enchanting oak woodland, before opening out onto the steep and dramatic hillside.
Location: ScotlandDifficulty: Easy/ModerateWalk length: Just over five miles
It’s said that Loch Katrine has inspired artists and poets for centuries - and once you’ve taken a walk around it’s quite easy to see why. Set in the beautiful Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, this route is particularly stunning in the autumn months.
Walk length: Four and a half miles
Enjoy spectacular sea views from this Porthcothan to Mawgan Porth walk. Set along North Cornwall’s craggy coastline, this trail takes you along its dramatic sea cliffs. Look down, and you’ll discover hidden coves and beaches below.
Walk length: Three and a half miles
Best enjoyed during the summer months, this scenic walk through Elberry, Churston and Fishcombe is a great way to experience the coastal delights of the English Riviera.
Walk length: Seven miles
For those who don’t mind a strenuous trek, this route around Malham Cove is well-worth doing. You’ll pass by the popular Janet Foss waterfall, as well as the Malham Tarn.
Location: North Wales
Best for: Nature lovers
Filled with displays of vibrant flowers and plant species from across the world, Bodnant Garden offers a wonderful day out for visitors of all ages. This world-famous garden is famed for its annual laburnum arch, which flowers between late May and mid-June.
Best for: History buffs
The mighty Edinburgh Castle overlooks the city, perched atop of Castle Rock. An incredibly important part of Scotland’s history and heritage, this imposing fortress was first built during the 12th century.
Best for: Creative types
The renowned Tate St Ives is home to a huge collection of works from modern British artists, with an ever-changing array of exhibitions. After strolling around the gallery, visitors can enjoy delightful views from the rooftop cafe.
Best for: Little travellers
The Woodlands Family Theme Park provides a great day out for families. With plenty of rides and a petting zoo, there’s plenty to keep the kids entertained for hours. Make sure to check out the mischievous meerkats at the Meeks Retreat!
Best for: Railway enthusiasts
The North Yorkshire Moors Railway lets you enjoy the picturesque surroundings of the national park, from the comfort of a classic steam train. Whether you’re a rail enthusiast or not, it’s a lovely experience and a great way to see the sights.