Search the best dog friendly cottages in Northumberland with hot tubs from across this majestic county from the National Park to the coast, it’s full of outstanding natural beauty.
This North of England hot tub holiday location include pretty village breaks, properties near the rugged coastline and cottages near famous destinations such as Hadrian’s Wall and Kielder Water.
Northumberland is fast becoming one of the best places to stay in the UK with plenty of charming self-catering accommodation with a hot tub. Situated in the North East of England and is home to stunning Northumberland pet friendly cottages and a superb coastline. The county is soaked in culture, having played host to several historic British battles.
It is also rising in popularity as one of the key destinations for dog friendly breaks with hot tubs, with more and more people booking Northumberland hot tub holidays due to its great attractions and activities in the countryside and along the beach and sea.
School Field House is a superb family cottage and is considered by some as one of the best pet friendly cottages with hot tubs in Northumberland. It has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a utility room that has both the tumble dryer and washing machine.
Inside the property, there is a wood burner in the main lounge with logs provided, and there’s also a smart TV in both lounges and all bedrooms. To the rear of the property, there is an enclosed garden with a seating area, secure bike storage and a private hot tub to indulge in.
Explore the beautiful Northumberland coastline or head into Druridge Bay Country Park and enjoy dog walks around the miles of rolling hills and the huge range of walking trails with panoramic views, ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. The busy fishing harbour of Amble is also just a short drive and well worth a visit with your four legged friend.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1,078 – £2,495
Northumberland dog friendly holidays don’t come much better than Rochester House Barn. This is a converted barn on a working farm, set at the foot of the Cheviots, and sleeps two guests, providing a romantic retreat for a discerning couple. The king-sized four-poster bed and luxury en suite shower create the mood which is complemented by a secluded hot tub enclosed by an original barn wall.
For history buffs, a tour of Alnwick Castle’s state rooms is a must. For starry-eyed the Kielder Observatory is an experience; taking you through woodland that is home to half of England’s red squirrel population to two turrets housing aperture telescopes. Walk the wide sandy bay at Alnmouth Beach at the mouth of the River Aln.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £391 – £1,075
Cragside Townhouse is a well-appointed townhouse in the charming village of Belford that sleeps six guests in contemporary-styled three bedrooms with music docking stations in each. The spacious eat-in kitchen has French doors leading to a sitting room with wood-striped floors. Outside there is a rooftop patio and a stone-wall enclosed hot tub snug off the living area.
You are five miles off the Northumberland Heritage Coastline and the Bamburgh Beach with its majestic castle. For wildlife, lovers take the boat trip from Seahouses to the Farne Islands. The iconic Holy Island of Lindisfarne can be accessed at low tide with spectacular views and where you can buy bottles of mead made on the island.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £698 – £1,786
Yarrow Corner Cottage is full of character and perfect for a small family with two bedrooms and a family bathroom. Facilities include wi fi a summer house with throws and sofas. Out in the fully enclosed garden, there is a tiered decking system with furniture and a private jacuzzi and to the front of the cottage, there’s off-road parking for two vehicles.
The small village of Falstone is just 1.6 miles away and Bellingham Village, which is full of shops, pubs, and restaurants is 10 miles away
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £781 – £1,403
Northolme is located virtually on the beach at Beadnell Bay, this property sleeps eight guests in its three bedrooms. The hall opens up to a breathtaking open-plan living area flooded with natural light from the double-height ceiling. Outdoor dining or a dip in the hot tub can be accessed from the kitchen and dining area.
Beadnell Bay offers water sports and activities from surfing to water skiing from its base near the bay’s sailing clubhouse. There are also tennis courts nearby. Set aside a day to do the two-and-a-half-hour walk to Dunstanburgh Castle, 13th fortress ruins set atop a cliff overlooking the sea.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £912 – £2,877
The Riverbank is a spacious getaway perfect for the whole family celebrating a special occasion or needing a break. It has two king-size bedrooms and a twin as well as four bathrooms. You have access to private gym equipment at this cottage as well as a sauna, and you also have the added luxury of a private hot tub.
You can explore both the Northumberland countryside, coast and Durham from this property as it is situated between both or travel further afield to the nearby coastal villages of Whitley Bay and Seaburn and experience a seaside holiday with the golden beaches and fresh air with your canine companion.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £741 – £1,554
Derwent Cottage One is one of four restored dog friendly cottages that boast hot tubs and has been refurbished to an impeccably high standard and comes with three bedrooms and one bathroom. Relax with excellent facilities onsite that include a restaurant and bar.
You can use the shared swimming pool, sauna, gym, and spa, and you also have a private hot tub for your use. Hadrians Wall and Consett are just a short drive, or if you want to go further afield, you can head into the city of Newcastle Upon Tyne with bars, restaurants, and shops or visit the coast with your dog.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £627 – £1,510
Based within the national park, Forest Edge Cottage has two king-size bedrooms and one family bathroom. In the fully enclosed garden, you can relax in the summer house with a wood burner, a woodfired hot tub, and secure bike storage, and to the front of the cottages, there is also parking for four vehicles. Kielder Water and Forest Park is nearby and offers some of the most sought-after water sports and challenging mountain bike trails in the countryside, ideal for an adventure holiday.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £650 – £1,418
If your after quaint hot tub cottages in Northumberland, then Petty Knowes Cottage is a sublime romantic retreat for those who want to relax. This ground-floor property conversation is ideal for a couple wanting to escape to cottages in the countryside. It has one king-size bedroom and a family bathroom. In the lounge, there is an open fire and underfloor heating throughout.
Outside there’s a fenced garden with a decking area and a barbecue as well as a hot tub. Explore the nearby village of Otterburn or head into Northumberland National Park with a variety of walks for you and your dogs.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £408 – £788
Based across three floors, Foundry House is a detached cottage property that has everything you need for a family holiday with a dog. There is a ground-floor shower room as well as four bedrooms. In the lounge, there is an open fire and for those with small children, there is a highchair, stairgate and cot available.
In the garden, you have a private hot tub sitting on the decking, and you also have a lawned garden. From this holiday accommodation, you can head north into the Scottish borders or head south down to Holy Island and Bamburgh with friends.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £789 – £1273
Fox View Cottage is a stunning open-plan property which is all ground floor and has a king, a double and a twin, as well as three bathrooms, two of which are en suites. It’s one of the most sought-after self-catering holidays with hot tubs in the area due to it’s size and facilities.
There is space for cars to the front of the property, whilst in the rear is a small patio with a private hot tub overlooking the Northumbrian countryside. The local shop and pub are less than 0.7 miles, whilst the villages of Bellingham and Otterburn are nearby for activities with your dogs, cottages in Northumberland don’t come much better!
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1162 – £1524
This area of England, close to the Scottish Borders, never fails to delight visitors who stay in cottages with bubbling hot tubs in Northumberland.
Sweeping, unspoilt coastline close to cottages, the Cheviots and Pennine Way, and the nearby dog friendly islands create a backdrop steeped in history and full of wildlife and natural wonders. It’s no surprise Northumberland cottages with hot tubs are continuously on the rise.
A break in pet friendly cottages is best done on your own terms and there is no better way than to choose self catering cottages with hot tubs in Northumberland that will suit your needs. If you need a secure area for your pet, try enclosed garden Northumberland accommodation instead.
There are stunning views across the bay from these properties, and vistas over Areas of Outstanding National Beauty and from the dog friendly properties, whether it’s a lodge, cabin or even holiday cottages with private hot tubs, you can enjoy the starlit skies of this amazing county with a dog.
Book your holiday with hot tubs today, you won’t regret it!