Browse our collection of holiday cottages with hot tubs. Located in some of the most scenic regions of the UK, each property has received excellent reviews from previous occupants and offers high-quality self-catering accommodation.
This self catering holiday cottage with a hot tub is located in Ribchester. It’s one of several short break properties and is furnished to an extremely high standard. The well-presented interior comprises four en-suite bedrooms (2 super king-size double, 1 twin, 1 single) on the first floor. The ground-floor has a spacious open-plan living area consisting of a kitchen with breakfast bar that’s equipped with modern appliances, a dining section with table for eight and a large living space with free-standing wood-burner stove. Double-doors lead out from the living space to a rear patio with hot tub and furniture. The attractive nearby village of Ribchester is well worth a visit and includes a collection of pubs and highly-rated restaurants. Guests should also appreciate the spectacular Ribble Valley which is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Those looking to venture further afield are a short drive from Clitheroe with its quirky shops and fine eateries.
A beautiful holiday property set on the fringes of the picturesque Forest of Dean. This charming old cottage has been sympathetically converted to offer cosy self catering accommodation. On the first floor are two bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin) while the downstairs consists of a bathroom with bath and shower over, a kitchen and living room with a dining table and a traditional brick fireplace that houses a wood-burner. The hot tub is to be found in a separate room which includes a pool table and extra seating. The exterior features a rear courtyard with furniture and a raised lawn with patio. A local shop and pub are a short walk from the property with the ancient market town of Ross-on-Wye (Gateway to the Wye Valley) also in close proximity (5 miles). Bronte Cottage is well-placed for exploring a host of local beauty spots with the Gloucestershire Way and Wysis Way practically on the doorstep. Additionally, Gloucester, with its magnificent cathedral, is reachable by car.
This pretty holiday property is part of a collection of high-quality barn conversions, set near Gorran Havan in Cornwall. Offering wonderful country and seaside views, it features three en suite bedrooms (1 double, 1 ground-floor double, 1 twin). There’s also an expansive open-plan living area that incorporates a kitchen, a dining area with table for six and a living space with log-effect fire. Guests have access to a shared courtyard with furniture, a swim spa and hot tub. The picture-postcard fishing village, Gorran Havan, is less than two miles away and features an east-facing sandy beach. The South West Coastal Path also passes the village, taking in some inspiring coastal settings such as Dodman Point. About three miles from Foxes Den is the picturesque Mevagissey which has a beautiful working harbour – its narrow streets are home to an assortment of craft shops, cafes and seaside inns.
One of a group of beautifully-presented stone holiday cottages on a former working farm near Embleton Bay – suitable for medium-sized groups, its stylish interior comprises four bedrooms (1 super king-size, 1 double, 2 twins), three of which are en-suite and an open-plan living area consisting of a large well-equipped kitchen and dining area with table for eight. The living room area includes a feature-fireplace with traditional wood-burner stove. To the rear of the property is a patio with furniture and a hot tub – there’s also shared access to a children’s play area and an indoor swimming pool. The attractive medieval village of Embleton is in close proximity and is set on Northumberland’s majestic coast. Also nearby is the dramatic 14th century Dunstanburgh Castle as well as the Grade II-listed Howick Hall, with its beautiful gardens and arboretum.
Another high quality self catering holiday cottage with a hot tub that’s set on the expansive Hanley Mill Estate – it’s been converted from an old 16th century mill building and retains character features such as exposed beams. The three-floor interior consists of one king-size double with en-suite facilities, a second floor bathroom with bath and shower cubicle and a ground-floor open plan area. This comprises the kitchen, a dining table for up to four guests and a sitting area that includes a free-standing wood-burner. Outside is a private garden with lawn and a patio that includes furniture, a barbecue and wood-fired hot tub. Occupants also have shared access to the 30-acre estate grounds. The beautifully appointed little village of Hanley Village is in the near vicinity as is the ancient market town of Tenbury Wells. There are also plenty of paths and trails in close proximity that provide access to the idyllic countryside, not to mention important historical attractions such as World Heritage Site, Ironbridge Gorge.
This lovely detached stone cottage is set on a working farm in the North Yorkshire village of Hinderwell. Able to accommodate four guests, it comprises two bedrooms (1 super king-size double with TV, 1 double). Character features can be found throughout the well-presented interior such as vaulted ceilings, stable doors, exposed ceiling beams and polished wooden floors. These are combined with modern conveniences including a stylish kitchen equipped with the latest appliances. The kitchen forms part of a spacious open-plan configuration that also incorporates a dining section with small table and a comfortable sitting area with leather sofas. A private deck with patio and hot-tub is located to the rear of the property. St Hilda’s Cottage is well placed for exploring the majestic North York Moors National Park as well as the nearby heritage coastline. Popular attractions in the vicinity include Grosmont Steam Railway and the charming red-roofed Runswick Bay.
Stunning barn conversion in Cardigan Bay that’s suitable for medium-to-large groups – the luxurious interior features a floor-to-ceiling vaulted apex window that affords some wonderful views of the rural surroundings. Laid out over three storeys, there are five bedrooms, a bathroom with roll-top bath and an expansive beamed open-plan layout comprising a well-equipped kitchen with traditional farmhouse-style sink and a dining area complete with large table for up to 12. Like most of the holiday property, the living room offers some superb countryside vistas while outside is a patio with furniture and hot-tub. There are numerous beauty spots in close proximity such as Radnor Forest, Offa’s Dyke as well as the varied, undulating landscape of the Welsh Marshes, much of which is designated as an AONB. It’s also populated with historical towns such as the medieval Ludlow and the timber-framed market town of Leominster.
A Grade II-listed cottage that has been sympathetically converted from a stable building – set close to the tiny village of Millthorpe, it’s replete with character features that include a beamed, vaulted ceiling, exposed brick walls and traditional stable doors. There are three bedrooms (1 king-size double, 2 twins) and a rustic, well-furnished interior consisting of a split-level living room with wood-burner stove and a well-equipped kitchen. Outside is a private courtyard with furniture and a barbecue. There’s also a hot tub and sauna which are housed in a separate external building. The nearby Millthorpe is set on the fringes of the magnificent Peak District National Park and there are also plenty of major visitor attractions in the vicinity. Some of these include Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall.
Set on the banks of the River Wharfe in the Yorkshire Dales, this award-winning luxury detached log cabin is one of five properties constructed with sustainable wood. Offering stylish holiday accommodation for up to four guests, the contemporary interior is laid out over two storeys and features two bedrooms (2 super king-size with en-suite facilities). The well-presented open-plan layout incorporates a modern kitchen, a dining area with table for four and a comfortable living room with free-standing wood-burner stove. To the front of the property is an enclosed decking area with seating, Jacuzzi, hot tub and sauna. The peaceful rural village of Addingham is a short walk from the Lookout and is well-served by a variety of highly-rated restaurants and popular pubs. A little further afield is the spa town, Ilkley (3 miles) and the ancient Skipton (4 miles) with its 900 year-old castle. Additional local visitor attractions include Bolton Abbey and the Embsay Steam Railway.
A single-storey detached stone holiday cottage with a hot tub that’s situated in the village of Thorpe in the Peak District. The well-furnished interior comprises oak flooring and features three bedrooms (1 king-size double, 1 double, 1 room with day bed), a bathroom with bath and shower over and a farmhouse-style kitchen with dining table. The hallway leads to a comfortable living room with leather sofas and a wood-burner stove. There’s also a conservatory and private courtyard that includes furniture and barbecue. The Rest is close to a variety of inspiring beauty spots such as the 1000ft limestone hill, Thorpe Cloud as well as the incomparable National Trust-owned Dovedale Valley. Nearby are the ancient cobbled towns, Ashbourne and Longnor with the popular theme park, Alton Towers, a short drive away.