If you are searching for the best dog friendly cottages in Newcastle with hot tubs, then your in the right place. There are pet friendly cottages close to the thriving city centre and up and down the coast for you to enjoy.
Usually, it can be stressful to find dog friendly properties and hot tubs together as there is a limited number in the UK. This decreases drastically when you start looking for more obscure locations or city breaks.
However, we make it our mission to provide at least a handful of great self-catering Northern holidays with hot tubs that also welcome your pets.
It’s become a real passion of ours to combine both dogs and hot tubs, why should you miss out on luxury just because you want your best friend there.
As for Newcastle itself, it’s a vibrant city with lots going on including the Sunday market at the Quayside, the football at St James Park and its range of fantastic pubs, bars, shops and restaurants.
It’s no surprise Newcastle’s top rated dog friendly holidays have become so popular in recent times.
Let’s continue if you want to see the best pet friendly cottages with hot tubs in Newcastle.
The Riverbank is our favourite property in the area with three bedrooms and four bathrooms. It’s ideal for a family retreat and has a travel cot and high chair available on request, a smart TV in the lounge, and there’s also access to private gym equipment with an infrared sauna. Outside there’s an enclosed garden for your four legged friend with a barbecue, outdoor hot tub and outside heater, as well as free private parking for three cars.
Nestled adjacent to the Derwent River you can enjoy a variety of picturesque local walks or head further afield to Hexham Rowing Club and enjoy a variety of water sports or Alnwick Castle.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £741 – £1,554
Derwent Cottage One is a fabulous holiday property with a shared indoor pool and a shared hot tub. It has three bedrooms and one family bathroom, as well as wifi throughout the main complex and a bar and on site restaurant. On-site, facilities include off-road parking, a six seater hot tub, and access to the 20 acres of tranquil grounds.
From this property, you can explore the beautiful Northumberland coastline or head to Bamburgh Castle or Hadrian’s Wall for a brilliant day out.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £627 – £1,510
Queen’s Courthouse is a beautiful seaside property located in the heart of Whitley Bay. The holiday home has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and it’s perfect for a large group. Facilities include smart TVs in the lounge and dining room, a high chair and travel cot are available if you have small children and there’s an enclosed rear patio with a barbecue and garden furniture.
Head down onto the beach and promenade and enjoy a variety of shops, cafes and pubs, or head further afield to St Mary’s Island, which is three miles and enjoy a tour of the Lighthouse.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1,340 – £2,840
Southview Farm Cottage is a charming self-catering accommodation with a hot tub and the perfect romantic escape with one bedroom and one bathroom. There is an electric oven and hob as well as a coffee machine and dishwasher. Whilst outside there’s an enclosed garden with furniture on the patio area, a woodfired hot tub, and private parking for one car.
From this cosy romantic break, you could head to the local market town, Bowes Museum in Barnard Castle or enjoy the Durham Dales, which is 16 miles or head further afield to the North Pennines with your furry friend, which are 33 miles.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £492 – £893
Todhills No Four is a beautiful barn conversion and the best choice for county Durham and the surrounding area. It has two bedrooms, one king-size and one double, as well as two bathrooms and wifi throughout. There’s a wood burner in the lounge with logs provided and outside there’s parking for two vehicles, a fire pit, a barbecue, and a private hot tub in the enclosed garden.
Visit the nearby village of Wellington for shops, pubs, and restaurants or the beautiful market town of Bishop Auckland, which is four miles and you can enjoy the Deer Park and Castle or Flamingo Land which is further afield.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £583 – £1,013
Meadow View House is a stunning detached property perfect for a large group celebrating an occasion. It has five bedrooms and five bathrooms, as well as a utility boot room with a washing machine and tumble dryer. There’s a TV in both lounges and the kitchen, and there’s a small piano available to use for the guests.
There’s a variety of walking routes straight from the gate of this property and you can enjoy the coast-to-coast walk or head to brilliant attractions such as Diggerland and Beamish Living Museum, which are both within seven miles.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £2,141 – £3,105
Burnhill Derwent is a stone cottage and by far one of the best in the North East. It has three tastefully decorated bedrooms and plenty of space with a country kitchen table and a formal dining area. Facilities include underfloor heating throughout, a jacuzzi, a woodburner with logs provided and bike storage.
Hadrian’s Wall and Northumberland National Park are also close by with a variety of walking trails and cycling routes to enjoy with your dog. Durham city is 12 miles away where you can visit the castle and cathedral.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £607 – £1,564
16 Seafield Terrace is a beautiful coastal retreat close to the city centre. It has four bedrooms and one bathroom and sits across three floors with an open-plan kitchen diner. There’s a TV in the lounge and there’s also a first-floor sitting room. Outside there’s roadside parking subject to availability, as well as an enclosed patio with furniture to relax in and a hot tub.
From this holiday with hot tubs, you can explore Tynemouth Pier Lighthouse, which is a brilliant day out or head into the city centre, which is just a short drive and enjoy its range of shops, pubs, and restaurants.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £575 – £1465
The Granary is a beautiful property close to the Cathedral. It has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and is perfect for a small family. There is also a ground floor cloakroom, open plan kitchen diner, and a lounge with a wood burner. Outside there’s an enclosed lawned garden with a table and chairs for six, and there’s also an your own private hot tub which is electrically heated.
Explore the medieval castles, surrounding countryside and marvellous landscapes nearby with plenty of long walks and cycle trails in the local area with easy access, or head further north to Sunderland or Newcastle Upon Tyne for a brilliant day out.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £687 – £2031
Plot 8 Meadow View is a beautiful Northumberland countryside retreat. This single-storey property is one of the top-rated Newcastle hot tub holidays and it has two bedrooms and two bathrooms and is perfect for a small family. There’s a TV in the lounge, wifi throughout, and there’s off-road parking for one car as well as a decking area outside with furniture and a hot tub with warm bubbles.
Perfect for weekend breaks, you can explore Alnwick to the north, which is 10 miles and has plenty of history or head south towards Morpeth with its quaint shops, pubs, and restaurants.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £556 – £1033
Stackyard House, is a superb large holiday rental surrounded by an area of outstanding natural beauty. It has five bedrooms, four bathrooms and a well-equipped kitchen. This ground-floor accommodation has an open fire in the lounge, a travel cot and a highchair if you have small children and off-road parking for three vehicles.
Hot tub cottages in Newcastle such as this are rare as you can also venture into the beautiful city of Durham and see the wonderful cathedral and castle or the Weardale hills with beautiful countryside are just a 15 minute drive and offer a range of spectacular waling trails for you and your dogs.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £869 – £2317
Every destination has nature at its forefront and in each, you can enjoy north east england with it’s world-renowned star-studded night sky after an invigorating day in a relaxing hot tub. From the white sandy beaches near South Shields right up to the Pennines you will have a dizzy selection of activities close to all of the self catering cottages with hot tubs in Newcastle.
With breath-taking country all around you and plenty of outdoor activities to keep everyone occupied, don’t forget that there are some great city destinations on the doorstep too. Historic Durham and Newcastle are just two examples of how you can blend your rural break in holiday cottages with private hot tubs with some city centre exploring.
We hope you enjoyed our great selection of Newcastle cottages with hot tubs and that it tempted you to book a holiday rental near the city.
If these cottages with bubbling hot tubs in Newcastle weren’t for you, then head back to our main hot tub page where we cover a wide selection of locations and dog friendly cottages that boast hot tubs across the UK.