Find only the best dog friendly cottages on the Isle of Wight with hot tubs. We don’t compromise on luxury, find great accommodation by the beach and further inland.
We know how difficult and stressful it can be to find accommodation that welcomes pets, and although it’s on the rise, there still aren’t enough luxury properties that accept dogs and have a hot tub.
This is why we do all the leg work for you, we have put in countless hours to provide you with a list of only the best pet friendly cottages with hot tubs on the Isle of Wight.
With our dedicated team and years of experience, finding pet friendly cottages throughout the UK has become a real passion of ours. So if you want dog friendly properties, as well as a hot tub, you’re in the right place!
The Isle of Wight is definitely a place everyone should visit at least once, from golden beaches to fishing trips, Isle of Wight hot tub holidays provide some incredible days out and memories.
If you think this is the place for you, keep reading to discover all of the self catering cottages with hot tubs on the Isle of Wight.
Set across three floors, this is our best cottage for families with dogs. The luxury accommodation has an open-plan living area on the lower ground floor, and there’s also a balcony on the first floor. There’s underfloor heating throughout and outside there’s a fire pit, shower, barbecue, and enclosed patio area.
Head nearby to the seaside town of Cowes with its variety of harbours or head to Osborne house, which is an Italian-inspired mansion, which used to be one of the family homes of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £2689 – £4792
A beautiful property with outstanding natural beauty around it. It sits across three floors with an open-plan living room and kitchen. The sitting room has an open fire and sofa bed, and there is also a games room with a selection of books and a pool table. It’s one of the more sought-after cottages with bubbling hot tubs on the Isle of Wight due to its size.
Outside there is off road parking for three vehicles whilst there is also an enclosed front lawn and the local shop is 0.9 miles away. The South Downs National Park is nearby with a variety of woodland walks or you can discover the rest of the brilliant South Coast.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1189 – £1,693
This is a beautiful romantic escape with one king-size bedroom and one shower room. It has a well-equipped kitchen, allocated off-road parking, a barbecue and a private hot tub outside in the garden.
You can visit the lovely villages of Sway and Lymington or enjoy various walking and cycling routes on your doorstep.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1189 – £1,693
A fantastic single-story home for the whole family with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. It has a wraparound decking with patio furniture, a hot tub and onsite facilities including a swimming pool, restaurant, outdoor cinema and mini golf.
Sandown and Shanklin are just down the road from this property and are brilliant days out by the seaside.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £605- £1,255
This rental is a beautiful property close to Parkhurst Forest and is ideal for a family needing a relaxing escape. It has three bedrooms and one bathroom. There is a well-equipped kitchen with an open-plan diner and the lounge has a selection of books and games to keep you occupied.
Outside there is an enclosed garden with a hot tub and furniture, whilst there’s also off-road parking available. The busy town of Newport is just down the road, or you can head further afield to Yarmouth which is nine and a half miles away.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £600 – £1,147
A luxury holiday home with five bedrooms and three bathrooms, making it ideal for a group. In the lounge, there is a wood burner with logs provided and a TV.
At the front, there’s parking for two vehicles and in the rear, there is a large garden with furniture, a barbecue and a private hot tub. If you want to spend time by the beach, Colwell and Freshwater Bay are a must and just a short stroll across the river.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £910 – £3,258
This home was recently renovated in 2022 and is a perfect retreat for a large group with its five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and open plan kitchen. There is a games room and a cinema room in the house whilst outside, there is a large enclosed garden with a barbecue children’s play set and a hot tub.
Milford on Sea is just a short drive with a range of water sports activities including paddle boarding and kayaking or head further afield to the villages within the New Forest.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £2,104 – £6,570
A stunning townhouse close to sandy beaches and has six bedrooms and three bathrooms. It’s perfect for a holiday with hot tubs and has a utility room with a washing machine and tumble dryer whilst a high chair and travel cot are available if you have small children.
There is also a roof terrace where you can enjoy sea views and you can also travel further afield to Cowes, which is known for its sailing with regattas and races.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1,615 – £6,928
This is perfect for a small family wanting a seaside escape with watersport activities nearby. It has two bedrooms and one bathroom and there’s a wood burner in the lounge as well as a TV.
Whilst outside there’s a private lawn garden with outdoor furniture and barbecue as well as a hot tub. Local shops and pubs are less than a mile away whilst the quaint villages of Godshill and Niton are both within five miles and offer cafes, shops and pubs.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £540 – £1,850
The Isle of Wight has a rich variety of distinctive landscapes that have been described as “lowland England in miniature”. Its coastline, coastal walks, stunning views and landscape present experiences of soaring cliffs; hidden coves and stretches of golden sand, meaning Isle of Wight cottages with hot tubs are the perfect place for a seaside break.
Activities and attractions include Carisbrooke Castle, watersports such as kayaking and paddle boarding and walks through the rolling hills, all close to hot tub cottages on the Isle of Wight.
You will find that the island has its own distinct personality, as do the Isle of Wight’s beautiful dog friendly holiday homes, holiday cottages with private hot tubs and chalets it has to offer, each has areas for alfresco dining, countryside views BBQing and a hot tub.
We hope the Isle of Wight and the South of England hot tub cottages above are some that you’re seriously considering. From its beaches to its country parks, you can have a great outdoor break here with your canine companion.
If these self-catering holidays with hot tubs weren’t for you, we have loads more locations with dog friendly cottages that boast hot tubs.