9 Dog Friendly Cottages in Suffolk With Hot Tubs to Rent
Last Updated: October, 2023
Finding the best dog friendly cottages in Suffolk with hot tubs can be difficult, but they are out there, whether it’s a countryside retreat or a seaside break, Suffolk can offer both for you and your dog.
The problem has always been across the country that there are not many properties that have the added bonus of a luxury hot tub. You now narrow this search down to just Suffolk and it limits your options drastically.
9 Dog Friendly Hot Tub Breaks in Suffolk
At Dog Friendly Getaways though, we dig deeper to find plenty of luxury dog friendly properties in Suffolk with hot tubs that will provide you with weekend stays or longer retreats if need be.
With years of experience, we know exactly what to look for. We want your pet to be just as happy as you, that’s our driving force as a company!
The coast and countryside are on your door, Suffolk is a dream destination for dogs and owners. It has a plethora of activities and attractions close to all of the cottages.
Take a look below at some of the most popular pet friendly hot tub properties in Suffolk.
A stunning four-bedroom, four-bathroom property and is our top overall choice. It has an open-plan kitchen diner and a welcome pack on arrival.
Outside there’s a three-acre garden including furniture, a barbecue and private hot tub, and also private parking for five cars. The delightful market town of Haverhill is three and a half miles away with its historic buildings, shops, and eateries or you can visit Cambridge, which is 20 miles.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £2,632 – £4,670
This charming property is great for a family wanting a countryside retreat boasting outstanding natural beauty. It has three bedrooms and two bathrooms as well. Outside there’s a shared meadow area, a dog paddock, a patio, a pond and a barbecue.
The coastal town of Lowestoft is 16 miles away and has a variety of sandy beaches, or you can head to Bungay Castle, which is four miles.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £651 – £1,214
The perfect romantic retreat! It has one double bedroom, a wet room with a walk-in shower, and a welcome pack on arrival.
Outside there is a large garden, sauna room, bubbling hot tub, and a bar, whilst there’s also parking for one vehicle and there’s electric car charging available. The village of Bacton is two miles away and enjoys pubs and shops, or you can try the Mid-Suffolk Light Railway, which is just five miles.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £658 – £981
A beautiful countryside escape set on a 250-acre farm but still close to Bury St Edmunds. It is one of the more popular choices as it has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Inside the property, there’s underfloor heating throughout, and there’s also a smart TV in the lounge and two upstairs bedrooms.
There’s also a tennis court where you can enjoy a game of tennis. The delightful town of Bury St. Edmunds is 12 miles away where you can visit its brewery or head 16 miles in the opposite direction to Ipswich with its maritime history.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £755 – £1,401
A detached self-catering holiday cottage set in a quiet village, ideal for a peaceful stay with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. It has a utility room including a tumble dryer and washing machine, as well as a wood burner in the lounge and underfloor heating.
Outside there’s parking for two cars, a private hot tub, and the local shop is less than a mile. You’re close to great days out, including Banham Zoo and Thetford Forest where you can enjoy hours of entertainment with the children.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £723 – £2,305
This is a delightful luxury retreat for a small family with two bedrooms and one bathroom. It has a well-equipped kitchen and there’s a TV in the lounge and master bedroom.
Outside there’s an enclosed garden, patio furniture, a barbecue and a private jacuzzi. There’s also a communal children’s play area and a football pitch onsite. Explore the area and its range of birds and other wildlife.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £768 – £1,516
This is an exquisite coastal family home, ideal for groups with five bedrooms and five bathrooms in this self-catering accommodation. There’s a stairgate, cot, bed linen and highchair available on request, there’s a wood burner in the lounge.
Whilst outside there’s parking for four vehicles, a patio area, and a large landscaped garden including a barbecue and hot tub. Take a walk along the sand dunes at the nearby beach, or head into one of the historical villages with its stunning scenery and wildlife.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £3,920 – £6,474
A delightful open-planned property with an enclosed garden. It has two bedrooms and one bathroom and inside there is a shared games room boasting table tennis, table football, and a pool table whilst outside, there’s a play area, climbing frame, swings and slide.
There’s also a private hot tub and barbecue. Enjoy theatres, cinemas, and shops in nearby Ipswich and Colchester, which are both within 22 miles.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £684 – £1,248
This one-level holiday home is perfect for a small family for a weekend break. It has a king-size bedroom, a twin, and two bathrooms. Facilities here include a shared covered swimming pool, a private hot tub, and a games room with table tennis and table football.
It’s one of the most booked dog friendly hot tub holidays in Suffolk and the local beach is less than 0.6 miles while the shop is 1.3 miles. Try water sports on the River Deben, which is nine miles away, or enjoy a ferry ride at Bawdsey, which is five miles.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £742 – £1,357
The birthplace of Harry Potter, the magic of this county and East Anglia does not stop between the pages of fantasy. With its rugged coastline with its shark’s teeth and amber to its Constable-country views and medieval towns with antique shops, Suffolk is a staycation destination that should be on all of our lists. .
All of the cottages are popular but the county also has barn conversions, cutting-edge cabins and idyllic chalets. Each property, as different as it might be, has an outdoor hot tub for night sky dips and welcomes our four-legged friends too.