Take a look at our featured collection of holiday cottages with hot tubs in Yorkshire. All are highly-rated by previous occupants and are situated in some of the county’s most idyllic locations. They include lodges, holiday homes and period cottages. Alternatively, follow the link below for our entire collection of self catering properties with hot tubs.
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Beautiful barn conversion that’s located near Settle in the Yorkshire Dales – occupying an elevated position, this superb holiday property affords some wonderful countryside views and is able to sleep up to 12 people. The interior combines modern comforts with traditional features – as well as exposed beams and slate flooring, Bookilber Barn includes under-floor heating and the very latest modern appliances. There are six bedrooms, five with en-suite facilities, a ground floor shower room and an open-plan downstairs area complete with farmhouse kitchen, dining area and two sitting areas, one of which includes a wood-burning stove. Picture windows have also been installed in one of the sitting areas which offer lovely views out over the garden. The expansive exterior consists of a patio with furniture and indoor hot tub. Nearby beauty spots include Malham Cove and Gordale Scar, while the vibrant market town of Settle is about two miles away.
This stylish barn conversion is situated near the owner’s working farm some three miles from High Bentham, Yorkshire. It sleeps up to 14 and comprises six bedrooms, three shower rooms and a ground floor bathroom with Jacuzzi. Well-presented throughout, the interior includes under-floor central heating, exposed brickwork, vaulted ceilings and original ceiling beams. There are two open-plan living spaces that are ideal for large groups, both of which include their own kitchens, dining and sitting areas. Outside is an enclosed garden with patio, furniture and a hot tub. The surrounding countryside is a walker’s paradise: the Three Peaks of Ingleborough, Whernside and Pen-y-Ghent are in close proximity as is the Forest of Bowland AONB and the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The nearby market town of High Bentham is well-served by a collection of shops and a few pubs, while the Lake District coastal town of Morecombe Bay is a short drive from the property.
Those of your searching for large holiday cottages in Yorkshire with a hot tub might want to turn your attention to this spacious three-storey property. Set on the outskirts of Eggleston, it can sleep up to 16 guests and is sumptuously furnished throughout. There are seven bedrooms, most of which are en-suite, a bathroom with freestanding bath and shower and a stylish open plan living space that includes character features such as exposed beams and vaulted ceilings. The well-equipped kitchen includes a large dining table, while the living room comprises a wall-mounted television and freestanding wood-burner stove. Outside is a spacious lawn garden with patio and furniture – a barbecue is also available by request. In addition, guests have access to an on-site leisure suite that houses a hot tub, sauna, bar and games room.
One of three traditional holiday cottages set near Appletreewick in the Yorkshire Dales – boasting panoramic views of the dramatic local countryside, this charming property sleeps four guests with two king-size bedrooms, one of which includes en-suite facilities. The open-plan, beamed interior also features exposed stone walls, a modern kitchen and living room with free-standing wood-burner stove. Outside is a shared courtyard and private garden that includes a hot tub. Guests have easy access to a variety of local pubs as well as numerous visitor attractions and beauty spots. Some of these include Parcevall Hall Gardens, Kilnsey Park, Malham Cove and the Strid Ancient Woodland. Yorkshire Dales National Park is also with a short distance as are the pretty Dales villages of Grassington (5 miles) and Skipton (9 miles).
Those of you looking for holiday lodges with hot tubs in Yorkshire should take a look at this highly-rated property. As with Surry Lodge below, it’s located at Kiplin Eco Lodge Park and sleeps six. The beautifully presented open-plan interior incorporates a galley-style kitchen, a dining table for six and a living room with leather sofa and sofa bed. There are two bedrooms (1 double with en-suite facilities, 1 twin) and a bathroom with bath. A decked balcony can be accessed via patio doors which includes furniture and a private hot tub. Guests also have access to an on-site children’s play area. The nearby Scorton includes a shop and a collection of pubs with the attractive, bustling market towns of Richmond and Northallerton both within 10 miles of the holiday park – this is a great base from which to explore the inspiring Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors.
One of a group of holiday lodges with hot tubs in Yorkshire – set in Kiplin Eco Lodge Park, it offers luxury self catering accommodation for six guests. The stylish open-plan interior incorporates a modern kitchen, dining section and sitting area. There are two bedrooms (1 double en-suite, 1 twin) and two bathrooms. Double patio doors lead out from the sitting area to a decked veranda with furniture and a private hot tub. The park, which includes a shared playground, is a little over two miles from local shops and is well-placed for exploring the North York Moors and Yorkshire Dales National Park. In addition to popular visitor attractions such as the James Herriot Museum, Surrey Lodge is within close proximity to the historical market towns of Northallerton and Richmond – the latter is well served by a collection of good restaurants, independent shops and pubs – it also features an impressive Norman Castle.
The Dove Cote is a well-presented barn conversion that’s been sympathetically converted to offer high-quality holiday accommodation for two guests. The property is set near the pretty village of Richmond in the Yorkshire Dales and comprises one king-size bedroom with en-suite bathroom, a modern well-equipped kitchen with dining table and a comfortable living room. Light-and-airy throughout, the interior is replete with character features including exposed beams, vaulted ceilings and stable doors. Outside is a private courtyard with a sheltered hot tub. The sleepy, ancient village of Brompton-on-Swale is on the doorstep and includes a local pub and shop – slightly further afield is Richmond (3 miles) with its cobbled streets and historical Norman castle. Guests looking to explore this magnificent region are also within touching distance of the Yorkshire Dales and Yorkshire Moors National Parks.
The Stables is very well-suited to those of you searching for holiday cottages with hot tubs in Yorkshire. Brimming with character inside and out, it sleeps up to four guests with two bedrooms (1 super king-size double, 1 twin). The downstairs area comprises a comfortable living room with wood-burner stove, a modern kitchen with dining table for four and a shower room. The bedrooms are upstairs together with a bathroom with bath and shower over. To the rear of this charming holiday property is an enclosed patio with furniture, barbecue and hot tub. The Stables is set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is about a mile from Middleton in Teesdale – a picturesque Yorkshire Dales market town. The peaceful village of Mickleton is also on the doorstep and features two traditional pubs. In addition, guests are within close proximity to numerous top visitor attractions including Bowes Museum, High Force Waterfall and Hamsterley Forest.
This former stone mason’s house is set in the Pennines and features an exterior hot tub. The contemporary interior has been sympathetically converted to offer spacious holiday accommodation and is laid out over three floors. It comprises three bedrooms (2 king-size, 1 twin), all with en-suite facilities, a very large kitchen with dining table, a cosy living room with wood-burner and a separate dining room. The exterior features an enclosed garden with decked seating area and the hot tub. Set in the Pennines, Stone Masons House is close to the village of Oakworth. This is Bronte country – a beautiful region that was also the setting for E.E. Nesbitt’s famed novel, the Railway Children. Top visitor attractions in the area include the Parsonage Museum and the Museum of Rail while the Yorkshire Dales National Park is relatively close-by.
The Thack is a charming detached cottage in Yorkshire with a hot tub – set near the village of Gargrave, it sleeps up to 10 people and has five bedrooms (1 super king-size, 3 doubles, 1 twin), all with en-suite facilities, a bathroom with bath and shower over and a shower room with shower. The interior boasts the kind of features that you might expect from a period property such as original exposed beams, low ceilings and an open fire-place. The large kitchen is equipped with all the necessary appliances and includes a dining table, while the living room features a wood-burner stove – there’s also an additional snug. To the front of the property is a lawn garden with furniture, barbecue and hot tub. The Thack is ideally placed for exploring the Yorkshire Dales National Park and the Pennine Way. The nearby market town of Skipton is also well-worth a visit thanks to a majestic Grade I-listed castle and award-winning high street which was voted the best shopping hub in the UK.