Search the very best dog friendly Blackpool hot tub holidays, including weekend lodge breaks, secluded log cabins, and countryside farmhouse cottages. All with private hot tubs and pets welcome.
Blackpool is one of the most famous seaside resorts in the world. It is easy to see why for many good reasons. It’s fun for the whole family. There is something to suit every taste. It’s great if you love fun and excitement, more cultured entertainment of if you want to let your hair down and do wild.
Our dog friendly hot tutb breaks in Blackpool serve as a great base to explore the surrounding area.
This spacious semi-detached home in a residential street sleeps five in three bedrooms with two bathrooms. The added bonus is the second room sitting room in the sun-drenched conservatory overlooking the deck with a hot tub. The elevated outdoor area overlooks an established garden with a manicured lawn.
Take a walk up to the newly designed contemporary promenade overlooking a seafront that offers two areas of beach. The Wyre Estuary Country Park is less than two miles out of town and it offers year-round activities that include ranger-led walks. This stunning location is ideal for picnics and barbeques.
A large group of family or friends won’t need to cram into this 1600s cotton mill as the 11 bedrooms sleep 22 and there are 10 bathrooms. Original features such wooden rafters remain and the contemporary living area is light and spacious. Outside a hot tub and summerhouse overlook lawns manicured by grazing sheep.
Activities abound on your doorstep with your own elevated decking on the lake and a playground and tractor rides for the youngsters. On a farm on the edge of the Forest of Bowland, there are walking and cycling trails all around you. Both Brighton and Morecambe Bay are an hour’s drive away.
This spacious lodge sleeps six in three bedrooms, one with an en suite shower. The kitchen, dining area and living space all look out onto elevated decking that makes for ideal outdoor dining or sundowners. The open-air hot tub on the decking is there to ease away the aches and pains of a long day out.
Take a day out and travel about 30 miles to Lytham St Anne’s with its golden sands and donkey rides. Walk or drive the three miles to pretty Grange-on-Sands with its Edwardian promenade and stunning Oriental Garden. Venture over the border into the Lake District and take a journey on the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway.
This stone barn conversion that sleeps four in two bedrooms with wet shower ensuites has décor while still retaining its original features. The open plan kitchen, dining and living room has lofty rafter ceilings. Outside you have shared access to a private lake and on the decking, there is an alfresco dining space and a hot tub to luxuriate in.
The Wyre Forest National Nature Reserve is on your doorstep where you can choose one of four walking trails and a family mountain bike trail. The Trough of Bowland is nearby and the barn conversion is eight miles to Blackpool with its Pleasure Beach, the iconic Blackpool Tower and Winter Gardens.
This grand and imposing Dutch stone barn conversion oozes luxury. The stylish interior is a successful mix of contemporary-meets-country. The emphasis here is on natural light with its flooding in from the double aspect living space. There is a separate games room and summerhouse for alfresco dining and a hot tub, as well as a private lake.
In the neighbouring Wyre Forest you can do a family treetop adventure course or the Valley of Giants high ropes’ challenge. There are also four walking trails that will take you through the ancient woodland. Blackpool is eight miles away and so is the historic town of Lancashire.
Blackpool is renowned for its Ocean Boulevard; the Blackpool Tower and theme park rides and the most famous Blackpool Illuminations that run for 66 days between August and November each year. That is not what the seaside town and its surroundings is all about though because beyond the bright lights are areas of outstanding natural beauty, fells and farmland, valleys and villages steeped in history.
This area is said to be one of the country’s best kept secrets, at the gateway to two national parks. Wherever you choose to spend your time here you can be sure that the holiday home you choose will have a private hot tub and will be dog friendly too.