Need a hand looking for the best dog friendly cottages in Lincolnshire with hot tubs? From holiday homes near the city to dog friendly properties in the attractive countryside, we find them all.
There is a major problem with dog owners finding holiday cottages with private hot tubs that allow canines, the two don’t yet seem to fit the criteria of many cottage providers, which makes it difficult for customers looking.
However, we don’t give up that easily, after all, we are dog crazy! We scoured the county in-depth to provide you with a handy selection of the best pet friendly cottages with hot tubs in Lincolnshire.
Having provided dog friendly cottages that boast hot tubs for thousands of customers across the UK, we don’t accept anything less than the very best when it comes to Lincolnshire hot tub holidays.
As for Lincolnshire itself, it has a lot going for it, from the Lincolnshire Wolds to the brilliant seaside resort of Skegness, you won’t be disappointed if you book from our list of Lincolnshire dog friendly holidays.
Carry on reading and take your pick from the selection of self catering cottages with hot tubs in Lincolnshire.
Bellmont View is our favourite hot tub cottage and is set in a quiet location with two bedrooms and one bathroom. If you have young children, there is a travel cot and high chair provided and outside there’s a kid’s play area with slides, swings, and a climbing frame.
There’s also a hot tub and bike storage available. Cadwell Park is nearby if you love your racing, or you can see some planes from RAF Waddington.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £674 – £1,165
Hall Farm Hideaway is a cosy, relaxing property with the outstanding natural beauty around it and is one of the most popular hot tub cottages in Lincolnshire. It comes with a double bedroom, a twin, and one bathroom. In the lounge, there is a smart TV whilst outside there is a garden with outdoor seating, a barbecue and furniture overlooking a paddock.
The pub and local village shop are less than a mile away in the charming village, or you can head further afield into the brilliant city of Lincoln for a great day out.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £629 – £1,264
Perfect for a couple wanting a romantic stay, Braybook Cottage offers a relaxing retreat in the heart of the countryside. It has one king-size bedroom and one shower room.
Outside there’s a lovely hot tub, charcoal barbecue, and bike storage available. Head to Donna Nook where the Seals visit the coast every year or head to Louth with its steep history and brilliant attractions.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £457 – £956
Marsh View Cottage is a delightful ground-floor property near Chapel St Leonards with an open-plan living space and an electric fire. Both the pub and shop are less than a mile away and outside there’s a small garden with a lawn patio and hot tub.
Head into the Lincolnshire Wolds, which is an area of outstanding natural beauty and enjoy horse riding, hiking and fishing, it’s a great pick for a holiday with hot tubs.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £390 – £784
The Paddocks Retreat is the perfect Lincolnshire Wolds escape as it has one king-size bedroom, one bathroom, and an open-plan diner. In the lounge, there is a large smart TV whilst outside there is a seating area within the grounds and a private hot tub, you can also rent a piano upon request.
The tiny market town of Louth is just seven miles away from the holiday cottage with its shops and impressive church or you can head further afield to the historic city of Lincoln with its ancient Cathedral.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £653 – £1,123
Rose Cottage is a luxury thatched holiday cottage property with four bedrooms and two bathrooms. Facilities here include a steam oven, dishwasher, fridge, and washing machine, as well as a travel cot and high chair available on request.
Outside there’s a six-seater hot tub, barbecue and parking for four vehicles. The fantastic bustling town of Stamford is just under five miles away or you can head to the wonderful market town of Oakham, which is six miles away with its beautiful buildings and range of restaurants and shops.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1,202 – £2,117
The Anchorage is a beautiful lakeside property ideal for a large group. It has four bedrooms and two bathrooms with three smart TVs throughout the home. Free private parking is available for eight vehicles, and there is also fishing available on request in the nearby lake, although you have to bring your own equipment.
Close to both Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire, you can explore the Sherwood Forest or head to the beautiful Lincoln Castle.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £755 – £1,401
All on one level, Little Hoots Roost is a beautiful family accommodation with an enclosed garden. It has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, there is a smart TV in both bedrooms and the lounge whilst outside there’s a barbecue, doggy shower, hot tub, and garden with a seating area.
Cottages with bubbling hot tubs in Lincolnshire don’t come much better and the property is decorated for Christmas and the local pub and shop are less than a mile. Newark Air Museum is less than 1.6 miles away, or you can head to the National Civil War Center, which is two and a half miles away.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £679 – £1,117
Enjoy a peaceful countryside escape at Hawthorne Escape holiday cottage with one double bedroom, one bathroom, and wifi throughout. This lovely little cottage has a gas barbecue outside as well as a hot tub and bathrobes are provided.
Nearby is a private airfield originally built for WW2, and if you’re lucky, you might see a unique aircraft and the city of Lincoln is also close for restaurants, shops, and pet friendly things to do.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £480 – £939
The Stables is a beautiful ground-floor accommodation close to the coast with four bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as an open-plan kitchen. There’s underfloor heating throughout and outside there are two patio areas with seating and a hot tub. It’s one of the more popular self-catering holidays with hot tubs due to its size and luxury features.
Lincolnshire Wildlife Park is not far from this property home to Tigers, Lemurs, and Lions or you can head to the Seaside resort of Skegness for a fantastic day out at Pleasure Beach Fairground.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £738 – £1,126
St John’s Townhouse is a charming self-catering accommodation with a hot tub, close to Alford Manor House and is ideal for a group with four bedrooms and one bathroom. There’s a smart TV in the lounge and master bedroom, and there’s a high chair on request if you have young children.
Outside, there’s on-road parking whilst there’s also a courtyard with seating, a barbecue and a hot tub. Skegness beach is just a short drive where you can learn to surf, enjoy crazy golf, or walk along the fantastic Pier.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £804 – £1,768
Lincolnshire is one of the country’s oldest counties with a fascinating past. One thing that has not changed with history is its flat tracts of the Lincolnshire countryside, walking trails and pet friendly cottages that are popular with cyclists, walkers and your four legged friend. The county does offer up surprises though and the undulating hills and dales of the nearby Lincolnshire Wolds area are a case in point.
You will also find quite a few pubs, delicious food, stunning scenery and tasty local ales in this picturesque county. It really does have everything whether you are after a lovely peaceful holiday in a welcoming village with local pubs on your doorstep, to peaceful walks nearby in the local vicinity with an abundance of wildlife in the surrounding countryside.
Whether you are nestled in a very quiet village, quaint market town or close to the bustling city of Lincoln, one thing is for certain, Lincolnshire cottages with hot tubs are unlikely to disappoint!
We love these doggy properties in Lincolnshire and we hope you have too! From the coast, countryside and historic city, it really can offer something to everyone no matter what your preference.
If you want to carry on looking, head back to our East of England hot tub cottages for dogs page with a range of other locations that are great for you and your dog.