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Derbyshire Hot Tub Breaks For Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays In Derbyshire

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

Derbyshire is the ideal holiday destination for you, your family and your dog. It is renowned for its stunning views and wide-open countryside. The lovers of the outdoors will feel right at home with the Peak District National Park on your doorstep.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Derbyshire

Our dog friendly hot tub breaks in Derbyshire provide a peaceful retreat where you can unwind and relax. Visit one of the many farmer’s markets and pick up some of the fresh local produce and cook a tasty home-cooked meal
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1. Alton Forest Lodge, near Oakamoor

Clad in raw-edged larch to fit in with its woodland location, this lodge, a former youth hostel, has been spruced up to sleep 11 in its three spacious bedrooms. It is all about the outdoors here with the 100 square meter decking providing ample seating and a wood-fuelled hot tub.

Located in the ancient Dimmingsdale Valley and Furnace Forest there are dozens of footpaths and cycling trails right outside your door. You can also try your hand at rock climbing on the woodland’s sandstone crags. For some fairground spills and thrills Alton Towers is a five-minute drive away.
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2. Deferrers, near Bakewell

This former coach house with its original flagstone flooring and beams still intact is a step through time with stunning views over the dales from the decking with a hot tub. views over open countryside. The four bedrooms, one with a four-poster bed, sleep eight with the option of a double sofa bed for extra guests.

Set in the 14-acre grounds of historic Harthill Hall you have access to the main house’s swimming and sauna. In the heart of the Peak District National Park there is a varied selection of walking, hiking and cycling trails. Just 3.5 miles from Bakewell, the coach house is a 10-minute drive to 1,00-acre estate of Chatsworth, home to the Duke of Devonshire.
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3. Arraslea Cabin, near Alderwasley

This quaint wooden cabin is a must for horse lovers because it is set on a working heavy horse farm. The cabin’s all wood interior matches its exterior and the compact double bedroom sleeps two. Catch the sunrise from the decking and relax with sundowners in the open-air hot tub.

Book a ride around the picturesque village of Alderwasley in a black shire horse-drawn wagonette. Drive 15 minutes to Matlock and catch the cable car up to the Heights of Abraham and take a guided tour to two caverns set in the hillside. At Matlock there is the Peak District Mining Museum.
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4. Hen House View, near Rugeley

This bijou bolthole has a kitchen that is any foodies dream with its ranger cooker and Smeg fridge and freezer. The wrought-iron bed sleeps two and the bathroom has a free-standing bath and walk-in shower. You can take your meals out on the patio that has a hot tub with a glazed wraparound for privacy.

The Fairoak 2.5-mile trail in nearby Cannock Chase will give you a real flavour of the beauty of the area. It meanders through the forest and opens up into the valley with its Fairoak Pools. Travel four miles to visit the Georgian mansion at Shugborough Estate with is rolling parklands and ancient woods.
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5. The Cosy, near Hayfield

On the edge of the Peak District, this charming stone cottage has a bespoke kitchen and stylish living area with frameless wall-to-wall glass doors opening out to a patio and hot tub. A spiral staircase leads up to a pitched ceiling double bedroom that sleeps two with a stylish shower en suite.

The magnificent 1,400-acre Lyme estate and stately home is only four miles away. You can tour the house and explore the grounds where the BBC production of Pride and Prejudice was filmed. The spa town Buxton is just as close and after a wander through its quaint streets you can visit Poole’s Cavern and Buxton Country Park.
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6. Hoobrook Cottage, near Butterton

This stone cottage with its wood striped floors, beams and wood burning stove give its spacious layout a cosy feel. You’ll be greeted with a hamper in the well-equipped kitchen and the dining and sitting room leads out onto a garden that has a BBQ patio and hot tub. The three upstairs bedrooms sleep six and share a downstairs bathroom with a roll top bath and separate shower.

A country lane from Butterton leads down to Wetton Mill where you can take tea beside the River Manifold. Tracks that once carried the Manifold Light Railway are ideal for cyclists and hikers. The steep incline up to Thor’s Cave is worth the effort. The medieval Haddon Hall and Tudor gardens is a half-hour drive.
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7. The Fox at Badger Brook, near Stanton-By-Bridge

This brand-new timber cabin, set amidst rolling countryside, is sleeps four in the bedrooms that each have walk-in wardrobes and en suite shower rooms. The living area is light-filled and spacious with a well-equipped kitchen. Double doors lead on onto an outdoor entertainment area that includes a hot tub.

If you are a thrill-seeker then Alton Towers is a 40-minute drive away. For a different type of activity there are a few National Trust properties near Stanton-By-Bridge. Kedleston House, designed by Robert Adam in the late 18th century, is half an hour away. Calke Abbey, a former priory, is only a 10-minute drive.
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8. The Potting Shed, near Tansley

The delightful love nest with its living and sleeping area in one, sleeps two. There is a separate galley kitchen and hallway for coats and boots. The stone floor’s underfoot heating and the log burning stove, create a cosy atmosphere. Bathrobes are provided for your after romantic hot tub dip.

You are just under two miles from the centre of Matlock. Here you can visit the town’s aquarium with its koi fish thermal pool and Petrifying Well with its “stone” bowler hat and pint glass. Pack a picnic and take a walk up to Black Rocks for stunning views of the Peak District.
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9. Bilberry Barn, near Crich

This converted stone barn that sleeps six, provides a truly rural backdrop to a break for a large family or a group of friends. Its elevated position on a livestock farm will give you unsurpassed views of the across the valley. The outdoor area has el fresco dining furniture and a hot tub.

Visit the enchanting Crich Tramway Village and step back in time along its recreated period street with its building facades saved from towns and cities across the UK. Take a leisurely five-mile walk along the Cromford Canal, which is a nature reserve renowned for its birdlife, dragonflies and water voles.
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The Last Word

The 19th century romantic poet Lord Byron waxed lyrical about Matlock and its surrounding countryside. Some travel from far and wide to experience the picture-perfect landscape for themselves and others return again and again to spend time in the quaint towns and revisit its stately homes.

Matching the beauty of the area is the hospitable hosts of the holiday homes. From welcome hampers to beds and bowls for your four-legged friends, every location has its own special touches. Each destination has the added luxury of a hot tub for the ultimate is rest and relaxation.

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