Handpicked Hot Tub Lodges
These days a hot tub holiday in the UK doesn’t mean leaving your four-legged friend behind or foregoing any home comforts. Many dog friendly lodges with hot tubs have sumptuous touches, such as underfloor heating, woodburning stoves, roll-top baths and delicious locally sourced welcome packs.
Perfect for a special getaway, these cosy lodges for dogs boast a king-size bedroom and airy open-plan living area with wood burning stove. Outside, the decked garden boasts a firepit and seating to take in the spectacular sea views. This is an excellent location for lodge guests and your four-legged friend to explore everything the Scottish Highlands has to offer.
Nestled in the Cumbrian hills, these one-bedroom glamping pods offer a comfortable couple’s retreat. The lodges outside space include a covered deck with a Jacuzzi plus a private seating area with fantastic views. Close to the pretty town of Keswick and all the days out of the Lake District National Park
These stunning two-bed/bath lodges with hot tubs for pets are perfect for a family holiday. French doors lead to a wrap-around deck; there’s even a fine dining restaurant onsite. The nearby golden beaches and North Devon’s beautiful countryside are sure to please the kids and your furry friends.
Single-storey pet friendly wooden lodge boasting two bedrooms and bathrooms and open plan living area. There is seating to enjoy outdoor dining, BBQ, outdoor shower, swimming pool, shared sauna and gym. The pet friendly lodges are close to a wealth of historic market towns, breathtaking countryside, country pubs and local eateries within easy reach.
These pet friendly chalets with hot tubs have two bedrooms and bathrooms and would suit those wanting forest lodges. Exploring the forest will have tails wagging then you can relax in your own private spa. Hire bikes, and visit National Trust properties; there’s plenty to do for all the family.
Spacious contemporary log cabin that comfortably accommodates four guests along with their four-legged friend. The cosy lodges include a garden with dining furniture, bubbling spa, lawn, and off-road parking for three cars. Tons of things to do for a family holiday nearby, including Conkers, Castle Donington and Alton Towers
The tranquil location of this two-bedroom holiday lodge elevates self-catering dog friendly accommodation to the next level. Outdoor space for alfresco dining and a decadent wood-fired hot tub for the ultimate in relaxation. You and your four-legged friend will love exploring the surrounding rural area and easily accessible dog friendly beaches.
Spacious open-plan living and two bedrooms make these great dog lodges ideal for groups. Outside is space to relax and take in the sea views, a children’s play area and onsite fishing. The park offers direct access to a dog friendly beach, plus superb scenic dog walking routes.
A modern two-bedroom lodge in an exclusive complex surrounded by unspoilt countryside. Relax on your own private terrace whilst the kids enjoy the wide open space and play equipment. The Jurassic coast and attractions like Monkey World and the Tank Museum are easily accessible.
Detached log cabin, ideal for a romantic break with a double room and a shower room. There’s a decking area with furniture, a private jacuzzi and off-road parking. To the south you have Ulverston and to the north you have Torver, both are great days out.
A ground-floor property with a king-size bedroom and a shower room, ideal for a couple. Enjoy the idyllic views from your private hot tub at this complex of properties. Explore the Cairngorms National Park which is outside your front door and the abundance of wildlife.
This cosy ground floor accommodation has a double bedroom and en suite shower room. It has double doors leading out to an enclosed garden with a BBQ and firepit. Head into Aberystwyth for the day and spend time on the beach with some great fish and chips.
This stunning cabin has an open-plan kitchen/diner with electricity powered by solar panels. There’s private parking for two cars, underfloor heating throughout and a wood-fired hot tub. Bude is just 7 miles away, whilst Tintagel and Boscastle are around 20 miles.
A great family lodge with two bedrooms, one double and one twin, as well as two bathrooms. Enjoy the enclosed decked terrace with countryside views and a simmering hot tub. Okehampton town is under 2 miles and is well worth a trip for some lunch and shopping.
A brilliant Scandinavian lodge with an open-plan kitchen/diner and two bedrooms. There will be a welcome pack when you arrive, bathrobes, a wooden terrace and loungers. Take a trip to Stokesley village for the day with its variety of shops and pubs to enjoy.
Set across two floors, this luxury cabin has three bedrooms, a king, a twin and a single. Facilities include an outdoor shower, terrace area, shared swimming pool and sauna. The busy town of Ledbury is a short walk, and worth checking out for a few hours with the dogs.
Relax in this stunning detached property with four bedrooms and two bathrooms, ideal for a group. Set on the bank of a lake, fishing is available or enjoy the views from your hot tub. For history lovers, the National Civil War Museum is 9 miles and Nottingham is 15 miles.
There are a number of places to stay with your own hot tub. Let’s take a look at some of the most popular types of pet friendly lodges:
If you want to get away from it all with your furry friend, then a pets allowed log cabin in the rural countryside could be the perfect choice. With many beautiful locations to choose from, including the Scottish Highlands and North Yorkshire Moors, these secluded hot tub lodge holidays are usually further away from local amenities and chances are you will need a car.
That being said, the spectacular views and fresh air are sure to invigorate you and have tails wagging.
These days the amount of pet friendly property to rent means it’s easy to get last-minute deals on dog friendly cottages with hot tubs. Many lodges are available year-round and some have special offers for breaks taken midweek.
A trip to the beach is sure to get tails wagging and there are tons of coastal lodges to choose from.
Whether you prefer the wild deserted expanses of sand in Dumfries and Galloway or the rugged Cornish coast, there are fantastic clifftop walks, plenty of space for Fido to run around and what could be better after a day having fun on the sands than relaxing back at the lodges in your own private Jacuzzi taking in spectacular sea views.
You may be surprised to learn that you can grab a bargain when looking at luxury lodges with hot tubs. Most are available all year round, making it possible to get a fantastic deal without costing the earth.
Watch out for late availability and special offers from holiday parks and remember, a mid-week break is much cheaper than staying over the weekend.
Lots of pet friendly lodges cater for couples with extra special touches, perhaps a welcome bottle of Champagne, decadent spa treatments or fine dining restaurants perfect for an anniversary, special occasion or simply a weekend away from it all. We also recommend you check out pet friendly glamping pods with private hot tubs. These are popular with couples.
Fancy a spot of fishing? No problem; many riverside and lakeside carp fishing lodges accept dogs, so anglers are well-catered for. Imagine spending the day fishing, taking a break now and then for a relaxing soak in your bubbling spa and maybe a cool beverage.
Common fish found in British rivers and lakes include Carp, Bream, Trout and Perch and whilst you may not catch your supper being this close to nature and wildlife will undoubtedly put a smile on your face.
It’s not just lodges and log cabins that welcome dogs either from large country manor houses, barn conversions, shepherd’s huts and traditional fishermen’s homes; there is something for everyone.
Below are some of the most popular places to book lodges that both you and your dog will love:
With its wide open spaces and breathtaking scenery. North Wales especially is a dream holiday destination for dog owners and their canine companions. It’s also one of the top places to find lodges that welcome dogs.
There are miles of golden sands to play on, tons of outdoor pursuits for all ages and more walking routes than you could shake a stick at.
This vast county is brilliant for families with dogs. There are alot of lodges and cabin rentals available here too. The coast is littered with vibrant, bustling seaside resorts such as Scarborough, Whitby and Bridlington, alongside traditional fishing villages and secluded bays.
Inland, steep yourself in history with castles and stately homes galore or explore the rugged North York Moors and Yorkshire Dales before enjoying delicious local fare in one of the many of the best pet friendly eateries in England.
Lodges in Scotland are ideal for those wanting to escape the bustle of city living. There are pet friendly lodges across the length and breadth of this stunning country.
Whether it’s a pet friendly Lochside retreat or a log cabin nestled in the forest, Fido and the rest of the family are guaranteed to have a memorable break and there are endless places to visit and things to do
With its breathtaking natural beauty and vast array of wildlife, the lodges around New Forest is a dog walker’s heaven. This national park boasts over 140 miles of footpaths and trails to explore.
From magical woodland, where’ll you find the resident ponies, to picturesque villages and a pretty coastline. We think it will be more than the dog that’s impressed when you book dog friendly lodges with private hot tubs here.
One of the most loved destinations in the country. Staying in lodges with hot tubs here you can experience everything from adventure playgrounds to boat trips, culinary delights, incredible long walks and some of the best scenery in the world, Dogs and their owners love it.
Easily accessible from across the country, The Lakes are ideal for a romantic weekend getaway or a 7 day family holiday, whatever the time of year.
Find many lodges surrounded by glorious walking trails and attractions such as Chatsworth House, Crich Tramway Village and The Heights of Abraham.
Not forgetting the picture postcard villages boasting dog friendly pubs and cafes. If you love the great outdoors and have a dog in tow, this is the perfect place for a pet friendly break.
Wales, The Peak District and the Lakes are perfect for booking lodges with activities and outdoor pursuits galore surrounded by majestic scenery. If you’re a foodie and like your dog walks across windswept beaches interspersed with time spent sipping a drink in front of a roaring fire, head to Scotland, Northumbria or the Cornish Coast.
If a garden spa isn’t your number one concern, you might prefer to check out our other pet-friendly log cabin accommodations.
You don’t need to go abroad or spend a fortune to experience a bit of luxury. Finding a fabulous dog friendly lodge with a hot tub here in the UK has never been easier. There are lodges from the North of Scotland to Land’s End for everyone!