Thinking of taking a Lake District hot tub holiday? Then have a look at our featured collection below. You’ll find both classic and contemporary holiday properties, situated in stunning locations across this beautiful region. Each one has received outstanding reviews from previous occoupants. We don’t just offer holiday cottages in the Lake District with a hot tub though. Follow the link below for our entire range – they can be found in idyllic short break destinations throughout the UK.
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Set on the fringes of Bowness-on-Windermere, Acorn is a charming single-storey stone cottage for two guests. The well-presented interior, which includes vaulted ceilings and exposed beams, comprises a king-size bedroom with en-suite shower room, a well-equipped kitchen and living room with wood-burner stove. From the living room, patio doors lead out to a decked area with hot tub. The bustling Bowness-on-Windermere is literally on the doorstep and is well-served by an excellent collection of shops, pubs and highly-rated restaurants. Cruises can be arranged in town to other Lakeland villages such as Ambleside, Brockhole and Lakeside. Acorn is also within easy reach of numerous top visitor attractions such as the World of Beatrix Potter, Grizedale Forest Park and Go-Ape Adventure Park. Top local beauty spots include Scafell Pike, Orrest Head and of course Lake Windermere. Potentially very well-suited to those of you searching for holiday cottages in the Lake District with a hot tub.
Located in the tiny village of Pennington, Ash Lodge is a cosy holiday property for two that includes a private hot tub. The well presented open-plan interior comprises a small but suitably equipped kitchen with dining and sitting areas and a double bedroom with en-suite shower room. The exterior features a sheltered decked area with furniture and hot tub. Three miles from Ash Lodge is the bustling market town of Ulverston – birthplace of Stan Laurel. As well as a museum dedicated to the legendary duo, Ulverston boasts an excellent collection of highly-rated restaurants and pubs. The Lake District National Park is also within close proximity to the property as is the spectacular Furness Coast. Major visitor attractions nearby include Furness Abbey, the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway and Muncaster Castle.
Carhullan is a traditional stone cottage that offers a great solution for those of you considering a Lake District hot tub holiday. It’s located in the Lake District National Park and can accommodate as many as ten guests. There are four bedrooms (1 four poster bed, 1 double, 1 twin, 1 family room), two of which have en-suite facilities, two living rooms and a spacious fitted kitchen complete with island and large dining table. One of the living rooms features leather sofas and a wood-burner stove. Character features can be found throughout the rustic interior and include exposed ceiling beams as well as a three hundred year old four-poster bed. Outside is a private garden with furniture, gas barbecue and private hot tub. Guests also have access to a games room which houses a pool table. This beautiful, white-washed holiday property is set in the idyllic Lowther Valley with numerous visitor attractions in close proximity. Highlights include Lowther Castle and Gardens, Hawkeshead Reservoir and the National Trust protected Keld Chapel.
Those of your looking for holiday cottages in the Lake District with a hot tub should direct your attention to this charming period property. Located in Keswick, Greta Mill sleeps eight and boasts a beautiful beamed interior comprising four en-suite bedrooms (3 doubles, 1 twin), a very large kitchen, a timber-floored dining room and cosy living room with brick-fireplace and wood-burner stove. A winding Georgian staircase leads from the open-plan downstairs area to the bedrooms, each with TV, and a bathroom with claw-foot free-standing bath. The exterior comprises a sun-trap patio with furniture and a private hot tub. This lovely Victorian/Georgian cottage is ideally placed for exploring beauty spots such as the Skiddaw and Latrigg fells, as well as the impressive Aira Force Waterfall. Literally on the doorstep is the bustling Lakeland town of Keswick, which is well-served by an assortment of top restaurants and independent shops.
Set on a private estate in the Lake District National Park, this high quality farm building conversion offers stylish holiday accommodation for four people. It’s brimming with character both inside and out and has been sympathetically converted. As a result, many original features remain including the structural beams, vaulted ceilings and radius windows. Upstairs are two bedrooms (1 super king size double, 1 twin), both with en-suite facilities. The downstairs comprises an open-plan living area that integrates a spacious, well-equipped kitchen with dining table for four and a living room with leather sofas and wood-burner. Patio doors lead from the living room to an enclosed patio that includes furniture, a barbecue and hot tub. Hazel Cottage is less than two miles from the sleepy village of Backbarrow which lies on the River Leven. Guests are also within proximity of popular visitor attractions including the Lakeside & Haverthwaite Steam Railway and Lake Windermere
Neddy Cut is situated near Backbarrow in the Lake District and sleeps six guests. It’s part of a group of modern holiday properties that are set on a working farm and is furnished to an extremely high standard throughout. Comprising three king-size double bedrooms, the open-plan luxury interior includes under-floor heating, a wood-burner stove and large picture windows/patio doors that run the length of the property. The kitchen is equipped with the latest appliances as one might expect from a top holiday property, while the light and airy living room features a wall-mounted television and leather sofas. Outside is a private patio with furniture and barbecue as well as a private hot tub. Guests also have shared access of the site’s expansive grounds. A collection of picturesque Lakeland villages are nearby such as the ancient and historic Cartmel (3 miles) and the picturesque Hawkshead (10 miles). The Haverthwaite Steam Railway is also a short drive away.
A Grade-II holiday cottage adjoining the owner’s home that’s near the Lake District National Park – this unique property dates from the 14th century and retains character features both inside and out. The exterior still comprises the original towers and turrets, while the interior includes exposed beams, a wood-burner and two snugs that are located in each tower. Able to sleep up to eight guests, Smardale Hall has three bedrooms (1 king-size double, 1 double, 1 family room), a farmhouse-style kitchen with large dining table and a comfortable living room with three two-seat sofas and an armchair. To the front of is a patio garden with 8-seat hot tub. Both the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks are within driving distance as is the traditional market town of Kirkby Stephen (3 miles). Major visitor attractions and beauty spots nearby include the impressive Pendragon Castle, the Howgill Fells and Stenkrith Gorge.
This magnificent boat house conversion is set on the outskirts of Bowness-On-Windermer and offers self catering holiday accommodation for two guests. The interior has been furnished to exacting standards and comprises a large open-plan living space that affords some beautiful views of Lake Windermere. It’s reached via a spiral staircase and consists of a super king-size bed, a large modern kitchen and sitting area with Stressless chairs. Doors lead out from the sitting/sleeping area to a balcony which looks out over the lake. There’s also a private hot tub for two as well as a wet dock, with guests given their own two-man kayak during their Lake District hot tub holiday. The Boat House is a great base from which to explore this magnificent region – the Lake District National Park is practically on the doorstep as are plenty of top attractions such as Grizedale Forest Park, Go Ape and Hill Top – Beatrix Potter’s 17th century farmhouse. In addition to the bustling tourist centre of Bowness-On-Windermere, the property is in close proximity to charming Lakeland towns including Ambleside (5 miles) and Kendal (7 miles).
A lovely single-storey barn conversion for two, located near the village of Longtown – full of character on the outside, replete with luxury furnishings on the inside, this Lake District hot tub property comprises an open plan kitchen, sitting and dining areas and a super king-size double bedroom with en-suite facilities. The modern kitchen is suitably equipped with the latest mod-cons while the sitting area features a floor-to-ceiling picture window (as does the bedroom). The exterior includes a patio area with furniture and a private hot tub. The Heronry is well-placed for exploring a variety of major beauty spots such as the Solway Coast AONB, the North Pennines AONB and Northumberland National Park. The nearby border village of Longtown, with its historical 18th century bridge, is also worth a visit. A little further afield is Cumbria’s cultural and administrative centre, Carlisle (9 miles) and the picturesque market town of Brampton (11 miles).
The Lodge is ideal for couples looking for holiday cottages in the Lake District with a hot tub. It sleeps two guests with one double bedroom and is set on the fringes of Bouth. The cosy, homely interior comprises an open-plan living space featuring a small but well-equipped kitchen with dining table for four people. The living room includes a feature-fireplace with wood-burner stove and four-seat sofa while the bathroom consists of a bath with separate shower cubicle. Outside is a raised decking area with furniture as well as a patio with private hot tub. The tiny village of Bouth is right on the doorstep and includes a countryside inn. About a twenty minute drive away is the ancient village of Cartmel, with its famous 12th century priory. The busy tourist centre of Bowness-on-Windermere is also within driving distance. Major visitor attractions in the area include the Furness Steam Railway and the beautiful Lake Windermere.