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Cheshire Hot Tub Breaks For Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays In Cheshire

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

A wonderful county, our dog friendly hot tub breaks in Cheshire provide the ideal base to explore the surrounding area. It is a county crammed full of superb outdoor activities. It comprises the Cheshire plain, the Dee and Mersey Rivers, and the magnificent Welsh borders.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Cheshire

Escape the dirt and fumes of the city and spend some quality time in the countryside cottages getting back to nature. You can really live the life by finding a cottage on a working farm. Here you’ll find real working dogs as well as family pets aplenty, so your four legged friend will easily make lots of new friends.
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1. Hawthorn Cottage in Cranage

This tiny chocolate box thatched cottage circa 1672 sleeps two in a bedroom in the eaves. It retains its original beamed ceilings, inglenook fireplace and cranked staircase. En suite is a bathroom with a freestanding bath. The English garden has a paved patio where you can enjoy your historical setting from the depths of the hot tub.

Keep paying tribute to the past by walking to the quaint Goostrey and Holmes Chapel in the village of the same. Within the Goostrey parish is the 76m Lovell Telescope, the third largest of its kind in the world, at Jodrell Bank Observatory. Keen swimmers can take the plunge in nearby Boundary Nature Park.
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2. School House in Leek

This converted Grade II listed converted schoolhouse, complete with its original beamed rafters and windows, has two inglenook fireplaces and sleeps 12 in its six bedrooms. The enclosed garden is ideal for groups of friends and large families where you can socialise at the garden table or soak in the eight-seater hot tub.

On the western edge of the Peak District National Park you aren’t far from the Manifold Valley famous for its walking and cycling routes. Take the half hour drive to visit St Anne’s Well in Buxton for a taste of pure spring water. Alton Towers is only a 15-minute drive.
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3. Shepherds Hut in Dutton Viaduct

This glammed up shepherd’s hut has lost none of its original charm and sleeps two comfortably in its wood-clad interior. The cleverly designed studio space includes a double bed, galley kitchen and dainty dining table and two chairs. Outside there is a wood-fired hot tub and a few steps further is a luxury showroom and toilet.

You are on an island accessed by a private road on Dutton Locks next to the Dutton Viaduct, sluices and horse bridge. You will be spoilt for choice with activities on your doorstep such as fishing, kayaking, bird watching, cycling and walking. Walton Hall and Gardens is just four miles away.
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4. Luxury Lodge in Congleton

Through sweeping electric gates, a tree-lined path takes you to the tiny lodge in the woods. This romantic retreat’s contemporary design sets off its lush setting with a contemporary interior that includes a bedroom which sleeps two. The light-filled living space opens up onto a spacious deck with comfy outdoor furniture and a hot tub.

Congleton is on the edge of the Peak District which has a wide variety of pursuits to choose from. Travel 10 miles and visit the Emma Bridgewater pottery in Stoke-On-Trent. Just 4.5 miles southwest of Congleton is Little Moreton Hall, a moated half-timber “gingerbread house” dating back to 1504.
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5. The Annexe in Warrington

The two bedrooms sleep four and the master bedroom has a sofa bed for an extra guest. What can’t fail to impress are the bi-fold doors that bring the outdoors in. The spacious living area with an ultra-modern kitchen with a contemporary dining space looks out over the wraparound patio with a private tub snug.

For families with pre-teenage children Gulliver’s World four miles away in Warrington should keep the young ones happy. For culture vultures there are a number of options including Walton Hall and Gardens and Grappenhall Heys Walled Garden both about three miles from Warrington. Risley Moss trails near Croft include a sculpture walk and bird hides.
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6. Laurel Cottage in Brereton

This cosy retreat with its exposed beams and traditional British décor has two bedrooms and sleeps four. The open-plan living area incorporates the kitchen and eating space. The enclosed garden is great for morning coffees and sundowners. There is an indoor swimming pool, multi gym and hot tub which is shared with Laurel’s sister cottage.

Brereton Nature Park and lake is right on your doorstep and offers dog-friendly circular walks through woodland and around the lake. The magical National Trust gardens of Biddulph Grange are just seven miles away, renowned for its rhododendrons and azaleas in late spring and its evergreen topiary, tunnels and rockeries.
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7. Milton Green Farm in Tattenhall

In a working farm setting this majestic holiday home sleeps 12 in its six bedrooms with five bathrooms. On the patio there is plenty of space for dining alfresco and a hot tub to luxuriate under the stars. The private games’ room is ideal for young families or groups of friends.

The farm has a few fishing ponds where you cast your hook amidst tranquil surroundings. The historic town of Chester is only 10 miles down the way so take the opportunity of visiting its world-renowned zoo. Close neighbour North Wales is where you can explore the magical Snowdonia National Park.
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8. Primrose Cottage in Brereton

This semi-detached charming cottage that sleeps four shares leisure amenities with its sister Laurel Cottage such as the hot tub, multi-gym and heated indoor swimming pool. The two cottages are often booked by the same group. The living space integrates the kitchen and dining area with patio doors leading onto an established garden.

For something completely different travel 30 miles to Northwich to visit the Lion Salt Works, a restored open-plan salt making site. For an energetic day go hiking or cycling in Delamere Forest, the largest woodland in England. It is also home to a Go Ape, activities that suit thrill seekers especially.
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9. Bank House Barn in Audlem

This characterful barn conversion that has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, sleeps four and is situated beside a paddock where your four-legged family members can safely romp. There is even a doggie wash station. Human comforts include underfloor heating and a pristine open plan kitchen and living area with patio doors onto decking with a hot tub.

The quaint village of Audlem has an old mill and 13th century St James church, popular with history buffs. Overwater Marina is an easy mile walk where you can cruise the canal. There are plenty of walking tours in the Roman town of Chester that is half an hour’s drive away.
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The Last Word

Cheshire has the best of many worlds being close to the Peak District and even Snowdonia in neighbouring Wales and not being short of historic towns and villages. There are plenty of things for families to do such as exploring vast forests and having fun at theme parks.

The Cheshire getaways are, without exception, set in rural locations, some on working farms. All are dog friendly with some going as far as offering ablution areas designated specifically for pooches.

In each establishment, be it cottage or cabin, there is a hot tub facility where you can end your energetic days with a relaxing soak.

Why not view some of our North West dog friendly hot tub holidays if you still haven’t found what you’re looking for.

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