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Bournemouth Hot Tub Breaks For Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays in Bournemouth

Search the very best dog friendly Bournemouth hot tub holidays, including weekend lodge breaks, secluded log cabins, and countryside farmhouse cottages. All with private hot tubs and pets welcome.

Bournemouth is the busiest town along the Dorset coast. It’s famous for its beach – stretching for 7 miles, it one of the longest areas of sand in the UK. As soon as the sun comes out, day-trippers make a beeline for Bournemouth, but it’s a great place for to book holiday cottages any season.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Bournemouth

Our dog friendly hot tub breaks in Bournemouth provide seaside escapes your sure to remember, with castles and family attractions all welcoming pooches along. The town itself has an endless choice of shops and places to eat, plus there’s a cinema, bowing alley, aquarium and amusements, so you have everything you need for a memorable holiday.
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1. Bourne Bank, Bournemouth

This 1920s detached villa near the sea has been totally refurbished to a high standard with interior design magazine décor. It sleeps eight in four spacious bedrooms and has a basement games’ room. Outside there’s comfy lounge-style seating, an electric barbeque and a hot tub on a patio overlooking the tiered, almost semi-tropical garden.

If you can drag the youngsters away from the Xbox and football table, the beach is only a stroll away. When you are not soaking up the rays on 7-mile beach you can take the 15-minute drive to the Two Rivers Meet Leisure Complex in Christchurch with its Arena BMX Track and Skate Park.
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2. The Stables, Sway

Converted from stables this charming home is ideal for families with young children. It sleeps four in the two bedrooms that overlook a courtyard with a koi pond and hot tub. The garden has a treehouse, trampoline, sandpit, pond and stream, making it any kiddie’s dream. There’s also pigs, goats and horses to pet.

It’s a five-minute walk to Sway that’s in the heart of the New Forest with good cycling and walking routes. You can walk to the open forest, dotted with wild ponies in 15 minutes. The Isle of Wight is easily accessible by driving to Lymington and catching the car ferry to Yarmouth.
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3. Oak House, Everton

This glammed up shepherd’s hut uses every inch of space to sleep four and still has room for a charming well-equipped kitchenette and booth-style seating. Outside, on raised decking, there is a sheltered hot tub and table and chairs for meals out in the open air.

Set on a private estate, the owners provide walking routes on this scenic piece of land. The charming ferry port of Lymington is only a five-minute drive away. For a bit of fun visit the Lymington Sea Baths made up of 200 metres of inflatable obstacle courses and paddle boarding.
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4. Oak Cottage, Bere Regis

This rural retreat sleeps six in three bedrooms with two bathrooms, one en suite. It has an eat-in kitchen, a sitting room with an exposed brick fireplace with a log burner. Conveniently, there is a well-stocked courtesy bar and outside there are tables and chairs, comfy seat and a hot tub.

If it’s an action-packed holiday you have in mind then there is no better place to start than a paintball adventure hosted by Dorset Skirmish in 800 acres of the county’s finest woodland. In keeping with the military theme, visit the Bovington Tank Museum with more than 300 exhibits which is a 10-minute drive away.
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5. Sunny Croft, Broadmayne

This 1930s cottage is on one level and has two spacious bedrooms and a light and airy living room with a red-brick fireplace. The country garden has uninterrupted vistas of the meadows beyond and here you can enjoy a soak in the covered hot tub and there’s a BBQ on the patio.

Dorchester is just two miles away where you can visit the author Thomas Hardy’s home and the Roman Townhouse Museum. Take a walk up to Maiden Castle, an ancient Iron Age hillfort and Chesil Beach is a short drive away where you can go fossil hunting, fishing and swimming.
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6. Shire Cottage, Avon

Sleeping two, the king-size bedroom with an en suite is on a mezzanine level. The living area has a log burner and double doors lead out to a charming courtyard with furniture and a barbeque for alfresco dining and a hot tub for romantic nights under the stars.

On the edge of the New Forest and near the beach you can take your pick of the cycling and walking trails that take in both woodland and coast. Avon Beach is a popular fishing spot for whiting, bass and mackerel. Christchurch is 4.5 miles away where you can visit the nearby Highcliffe Castle.
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7. Parley Cottage, Bournemouth

Great for large groups this detached holiday home sleeps a whopping 19 and has all the mod cons that make for a care-free getaway. Space is not an issue and dining room two has two tables to accommodate everyone. Outdoors there is a private 25m pool, a hot tub and a large garden.

On the edge of the New Forest National Park the area has more than a few walking and cycling options. When you are not in the sun beside the pool or on Bournemouth’s 7-mile beach then a trip to the Oceanarium is an option. You can see loggerhead turtles, sharks and stingrays and a colony of Humboldt penguins.
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8. The Retreat, Bournemouth

This raised quirky cabin makes the most of its woodland setting with an enchanting outdoor area where you can relax in the bubbles of the sunken hot tub or unwind and BBQ on the decking. The fairy tale interior keeps to the forest theme with a sunny eat-in open plan kitchen and living area.

The New Forest has 140 miles of tracks and footpaths and more than 100 miles of off-road cycling routes. You can visit the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu or step back in time in the 18th century village of Buckler’s Hard. For garden lovers the rhododendrons at Exbury Gardens are a must see.
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9. Rockhaven , Mudeford

This thoroughly modern newly built home is worthy of an award for its cutting-edge design and clever use of light. Nearly every room in this seaside gem that sleeps eight has at least a double aspect with floor ceiling windows. There is a pool table indoors and outside there is a hot tub and table tennis.

You are right in the centre of Mudeford that has a quay and golden beach. Here you can do the circular half hour walk to Hengistbury Head. From Sandbanks take the ferry out to Brownsea Island where you can explore the woodland and spot wading birds and wildlife such as red squirrels and deer.
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The Last Word

Last year it was voted the country’s best coastal resort by the British public and for good reason because Bournemouth has it all from miles of golden sands to award-winning gardens. Better still, it has a salubrious neighbour, the New Forest National Park.

So, anywhere you choose is going to have the best of both worlds with the New Forest nudging onto a superb shoreline. It could be a cutting-edge new build or a shepherd’s hut on a private estate, but whichever one you pick you are going to be sure of two things – they are dog friendly and each has a private hot tub.

If you need more convincing, browse all of our South West dog-friendly hot tub holidays.

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