From chocolate box to modern, secluded and cosy to large and expansive we have a cottage for your next break away.
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Cottage by the sea? You pick the coast town and we have a cottage there…
Pick a cottage with a view which won’t want to look away from
Many cottages which happily welcome your dog
Now it’s your time to pick somewhere special where you can enjoy new surroundings and all the comforts a cottage will give you.
You can pick from over 2,200 hot tub cottages.
✔ Relax and unwind in your very own private hot tub
✔ Taste of rustic country life
✔ Great value for money
✔ Ideal as a couples getaway, short break with friends or as a family holiday
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A break away in a cottage with friends or family is a great way to spend time, especially when the accommodation you book has the added luxury of a private outdoor hot tub.
Up and down the UK, from the Scottish highlands all the way down the Cornish coast in the South West tip of England there are traditional, rustic, grand, quaint and ‘olde worlde’ cottages which have hot tubs. These cottages are home from home. Usually set in stunning countryside and picturesque towns, which we are blessed to have many of in the UK that will provide the ideal retreat for your family holiday or that romantic getaway you’ve been thinking about.
The added luxury of a private hot tub in the garden at your self catering cottage will really make the holiday stand out. You have all the plus points which you usually get with a holiday cottage – so you may have a lovely open fire, wooden beams, stunning views to mention a few. As well as all this, you can enjoy time relaxing and unwinding in your very own hot tub…maybe undercover to help with the good old British weather or a tub with a view?
Booking your holiday home can be made around your wants and needs. For example, you can book your cottage break for a wide range of nights – such as a 3 day getaway, 7 nights or a longer 10 night stay will be just fine. 1 night stays are uncommon, but are possible depending on season and availability.
As well as the flexibility you have on the length of your stay, the cottage owners have already catered for your wants and needs. Such as, there’s no need to leave your dog back at home. Many pet friendly cottages are available as well as properties which have fishing on site for your convenience. Other popular requests are that local pub which is welcoming and there are lets which are designed with accessibility in the forefront of their minds. Remember, there are also other property types to select from including lodges, log cabins, barn conversions and more if you’re unable to find a suitable cottage.
With a small amount of searching, and with the help of our accommodation finder, you will have your perfect cottage break found and booked in no time at all.
Relaxation, romance and adventure are popular reasons for friends, couples and families taking a well deserved break at an idyllic cottage, where you can do as little or as much as you please.
Whet your appetite by taking a read of just how you could be spending your time:
Romantic Cottage Break
A cottage with a private hot tub is an excellent holiday idea where you and your partner are able to spend quality time with each other.
How does this sound for a day well spent?
10am - Forget being woken by the alarm clock. Once you slowly awake, prop your pillow up and await being served breakfast in bed
11pm - After a nice sleep in and a relaxing breakfast, it's time to get ready and head out for a stroll around the picturesque local villages
1pm - Whilst out and about, you call into a traditional country pub for a spot of lunch
3pm - Return to the cottage...and head on in to the hot tub. Relax, unwind and kick back whilst the jets massage you and the hot water soothes
7pm - Enjoy a romantic meal and drinks for 2 at a local restaurant
11pm - Head back to the comfort of your cozy cottage retreat
Relaxing Cottage Break
Escape the hectic pace of your usual life for a calm and tranquil cottage which is tucked away in a scenic setting.
You can forget about the daily routine as you enjoy the home comforts provided by your luxury cottage.
9am - Swap the noise of people and traffic for birds tweeting
10am - Enjoy a morning coffee sat out in the garden as you read through the leaflets about the local area
11am - Take a drive out to a local point of interest...maybe a local brewery or a pottery making class may interest you?
2pm - Call in at a local pub for a bite to eat
4pm - Return to your cottage and enjoy a film whilst the log fire burns bright
7pm - Call for a takeaway to be delivered or make use of the fully equipped kitchen for your evening meal
9pm - A night time dip in the hot tub. Don't worry if it's a cold night, the temperature of the water will keep you nice and warm
A Base For Your Outdoor Adventure
There are cottages with hot tubs in many parts of the UK. This means, you can simply pick a cottage which is located close to the activities you enjoy.
For walkers and mountain climbers it may be that your chosen location is the Lake District in Cumbria or if you're a lover of sea fishing, a cottage near to the coast would be ideal.
8am - Awake nice and early, (but not too early) and enjoy a morning 'cuppa'
9am - After fueling up with an energy packed breakfast, prep your gear ready for the day ahead
10am - Perhaps you're driving out to enjoy the views as you hike a well known trail or rather than going on foot, you'd prefer to go by two wheels on your mountain bike? If your idea of the great outdoors is taking it at a slightly slower place, then go right ahead and find a good fishing spot nearby and set up for the day
4pm - Time to head back to your cottage. After an enjoyable, but tiring day burning calories you can look forward to resting up and letting the hot tub get to work on your tired muscles
7pm - Stroll down to that well regarded pub you've heard all about to sample some real ales and local wines over a well earned meal
11pm - Recharge your batteries in the luxury king sized bed ready to do it all again tomorrow!
Searching for such as specific holiday can be prove difficult – an you’re not alone, there lots of people searching for a cottage break with a hot tub.
This is why we’ve brought together hundreds of cottages, lodges and log cabins with hot tubs from multiple providers of UK self catering accommodation, as well as a range of privately owned holiday homes to make it so much easier for you to find that ideal accommodation which fits the bill perfectly.
Our cottage accommodation finder searches holiday homes from privately run family businesses, Booking.com, Sykes, Luxury Coastal, Hoseasons’ cottages and Cottages.com to quickly and effortlessly show you the choice available.
As well as searching a wide range of accommodation provider sites, you can also narrow your results. This means if you’re wanting to find somewhere that sleeps 4 in Cornwall, 6 in Yorkshire which allows pets or a large cottage suitable for a group fishing holiday that sleeps 10 – you can do just that. No more trawling through numerous lets which turn out to be dead ends as they don’t allow dogs or there aren’t enough bedrooms.
Cottages tend to have a lot of character and an individual style, as you will well know.
However, so you can get a feel for just how cozy and relaxing these types of lets can be, we’ve put together a layout of a cottage which has a private hot tub.
As you can see, holiday cottages are a great accommodation choice for a short or long break away. A little home from home but with a rustic, cozy feel and often extras which make all the difference like an open fire and a jacuzzi bath.
There are many cottages, all shapes and sizes so whether you’re taking a break away as a family, group of friends or just as a couple you should be able, with our help, to find that holiday let which ticks all of your boxes.
Traditionally, and as illustrated above, cottages are usually split on 2 levels. If you, or someone who you are thinking about taking a break away with has any kind of mobility issues you may find a lodge to be better choice than a cottage. Whilst it’s not unusual for a lodge to have two levels, it is much more common place for lodges to just have a single level, making possible complete access that much easier and you should have more choice which will suit your requirements.