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Cotswolds Hot Tub Breaks For Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays In Cotswolds

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

A region in the southwest of England, booking Cotswolds cottages is a perfect idea for a place to get away in the company of your dog. It is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) covering much of the county of Gloucestershire, one of England’s most pristine counties.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Cotswolds

There are plenty of dog friendly hot tub breaks in the Cotswolds, and your pet will enjoy meeting the working dogs and family pets as you go out and about. Stop off in one of the lovely Cotswold villages, have some refreshments and take in the peace, quiet and beauty of one of England’s all time favourite countryside holiday destinations.
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1. The Nest, Mitcheldean

Featured in Sunday Telegraph’s Great Cabin Escapes this glamping gem sleeps two and has a sleeping and living area that is as cosy as it is eco-friendly. Outside in 2.5 acres of meadow the living roof attracts butterflies as below as below you languish in the steamy fresh waters of the Japanese soak tub for two.

Visit the Birds of Prey Centre at Boulsdon to see what conversation is doing for our owls, eagles and falcons so charge your car at the Nest’s EV and travel 15 minutes to the centre. You also have a bike-wash station so you might want to head further afield on two wheels exploring the hills of May, Plump and Welshbury.
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2. The Olive Tree, Wick

With clever design the super-large single bedroom of this guys ‘n gals getaway sleeps six and has a wet room to power shower away the remnants of last night’s revelry, Ideal for small hen or stag dos, it has ample seating space and outside there is a hot tub that is at 40 degrees C throughout your stay.

The Wick is ideally located 20 minutes-drive from Bristol and 15 minutes from Bath and transport can be arranged by your host. Try some bubble football on the fields of Hillside Brewery in Longhope or head for Colford for some raft building and or a hen-themed cookery course in the Forest of Dean.
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3. The Nook, Mitcheldean

This living roof hideaway that sleeps two has earned its stripes as one of the country’s best glamping destinations. There’s homemade scones for you and doggie treats on arrival; a chemical-free Japanese soak tub, firepit, fluffy robes and even a truckle bed for your fur baby and a luxury king-size for you.

When you are not enjoying the 2.5 acres of meadowland and private pond, then there’s kayaking and canoeing to tackle on the River Severn. Use the on-site EV charger and take an eco-friendly trip to Clearwell Caves beneath the Forest of Dean, mined for rare ochre pigments for more than 4,500 years.
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4. The Pig Shed, Tenbury Wells

This converted barn that sleeps four merges country charm with contemporary character. It has two bedrooms, each with a bathroom and a living space that leads out onto an English country garden with a vineyard so close you could pluck the grapes sitting in the hot tub.

You will find yourself in the heart of the Malvern Hills, great for hiking and cycling. Discover Tenbury’s 18th century bridge, built by Thomas Telford and the historic Pump Rooms. Travel towards the market town of Ludlow famous for its castle and close to the beautiful Shropshire Way.
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5. The Tin Barn, Newnham-on-Severn

Made largely from reclaimed materials and with valley views makes this romantic retreat a desirable destination. Ideal for a honeymoon it sleeps two only and the luxury love nest has a four-poster bed, roll top bath and make up area. Outside there is a wood-fired hot tub that can be booked in advance.
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Part of Newnham is a designated Conservation Area and its central clock tower provides the best view of the natural phenomenon wave surge known as the Severn Bore. The Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail, open from dawn to dusk every day of the year is the perfect romantic ramble and Gloucester Cathedral is a half-hour drive.
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6. Washpool, Milton Under Wychwood

Situated on a small farm this cottage in true Cotswold vernacular is opposite the village’s old wash pool and sleeps four in two spacious bedrooms, each with an en suite. The sitting room’s double doors lead onto a terraced garden enclosed by a high stone wall for private soaks in the hot tub.

Take the half a mile walk into the main village, the gateway to all things charming about the Cotswolds. A day out in Wychwood Wild Gardens is a must with its 100-lime avenue, the elliptical Round Pond and 300-year-old Cedar of Lebanon. A 15-minute drive to each visit Burford, famous for its brown eggs and Bourton on the Water’s miniature village.
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7. Clearbrook Barn, Bicester

Set on three acres of formal gardens, babbling brook, hot tub and alfresco dining hut, this is honeymoon heaven obviously only sleeps two. The barn’s interior is a triumph of cutting edge meets country charm, the glass staircase and exposed original rafters above the luxuriant four-poster bed is a case in point.

For some retail therapy then charming Bicester Village is a 10-minute drive and the hopelessly romantic surrounding Cotswold villages will not fail to titillate. You won’t have to travel far to Ludgershall Castle and Cross, once home to the Sheriff of Wiltshire. Salisbury cathedral is only half an hour away.
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8. Coopers Lodge, Spring Lake

Bi-fold doors bring the lake right into this New England-style holiday home that sleeps six in three bedrooms. The light and airy décor pays tribute to the lodge’s stunning outdoor location with infinity decking that boasts a hot tub and ample alfresco dining space with a remote-controlled sun awning.

Here you are in the heart of Cotswold Water Park that guarantees an action-packed break with boating, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, water skiing, fishing, cycling, walking, golf and horse riding all on your doorstep. Just a short walk away is the delightful village of South Cerney and a 10-minute drive away is Cirencester, capital of the Cotswolds.
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9. Tranquillity, Bourton on the Water

This is everything you would expect from a Cotswold cottage from its delightful boot porch to the stained-glass circular porthole kitchen window. The interior is done to a high specification and outside in an enclosed garden with a cherry tree you can enjoy the fresh air from the depths of a warm, bubbly hot tub.

You are in easy walking distance to a jewel in the Cotswolds’ crown, Bourton on the Water. Before you go anywhere else this enchanting limestone village has a replica of itself in miniature and its motor museum is worth a visit. You have easy access to the Winchcombe and Cotswold Way for walkers and cyclists in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
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The Last Word

Famous for its achingly enchanting honey-coloured limestone villages and market towns, the Cotswolds is a range of gently rolling hills and the largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in England and Wales. This is a utopia for walkers, ramblers, hikers, cyclists, anglers and water sport lovers alike.

Whether you are heading for a honeymoon to remember or organising a hen or stag do, there will be a retreat just up your street and with it comes the added luxury of a hot tub there will be a hot tub there to welcome you.

There are plenty More hot tub getaways in the South West on our county page.

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