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Dorset Hot Tub Breaks For Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays In Dorset

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

We understand how important it is for many dog owners to have their canine companions with them on a UK break, that being said; dog-friendly shouldn’t mean any compromises on luxury.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Dorset

Our cottages ooze comfort and style whilst offering the chance to spend quality time with your best pal. You can unwind in the peaceful locations of our hand-picked dog friendly hot tub breaks in Dorset or explore the surrounding countryside together.
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1. The Barn in South Barrow

Ground floor accommodation, open plan living area with double doors onto decking with el fresco dining furniture and a hot tub. Farmhouse kitchen table and chairs in the fully equipped kitchen. One king size bedroom and a twin with a shower en suite. Main bathroom with an L-shaped bath and heated towel rail.

Scenic countryside walks on the property and the local pub is in walking distance. Fleet Air Arm Museum, the largest collection of naval aviation in the UK, is a 10- minute drive away in the historic town of Yeovil and the Haynes International Motor Museum is only two miles away.
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2. Henning Lodge in Ansty

Set in a forest of pine, this timber-framed lodge has a living area with a double aspect that leads onto decking with furniture for outdoor dining and a private hot tub. Soft Napa leather sofas and a wood burner give the light and airy cabin a distinctive cosy feel.

Close to the historic town Dorchester where you can visit author Thomas Hardy’s cottage and the Dorset Teddy Bear Museum. For the more energetic, a hike up to Maiden’s Castle, an ancient hill fort, will afford you breathtaking views of the country. The Jurassic Coast is a short drive away.
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3. Land’s End Cottage in Dorchester

Compromising a triple aspect kitchen with a double oven Aga, this stone cottage has a spacious living room with an Inglenook fire and in one of the two bedrooms’ en suites you can soak in a burnished copper bath. Outdoors the covered hot tub is in a garden with its own babbling brook.

The historic town of Dorchester is on your doorstep and on the Bridport Road you can visit the The Keep Military Museum built in a Norman castle style. On the outskirts of the town there is Poundbury, the eco-friendly model village designed by Prince Charles.
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4. Sunny Croft in Dorchester

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

Dorchester is just two miles away where you can explore its history for hours. No visit to this area would be complete without a trip to the Jurassic Coast that is only seven miles down the road. Chesil Beach is a short drive away where you can go fossil hunting, fishing and swimming.
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5. Oak Cottage in Bere Regis

Geared for entertainment, it has a manicured enclosed garden complete with hot tub, table and chairs, a gas BBQ as well as a stocked bar. The living room has a wood burner and there is a king sized bedroom en suite on the ground floor with the additional bedrooms upstairs sharing a shower room.

A 10-minute drive away is Athelhampton House, a Tudor mansion with traditional English country gardens. Outside the village is May’s Wood, the 100,000 tree woodland owned by Dr Brian May from the rock band Queen who has orchestrated the planting of most of the trees over the past eight years.
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6. The Skilling in Bridport

This holiday heaven for large families or groups of friends and is perfectly situated for the best of both coast and country. It has one ground floor bedroom and ensuite on the ground floor and the rest of the bedrooms with two ensuite are on the upper level. The hot tub and BBQ area overlook the lush garden.

Visit Bridport Market to stock up on some Dorset delicacies or treat yourselves to a cream tea in nearby Lyme Regis. West Bay on is only two miles down the road and here you can fish for sea bass and mackerel, hike the high cliffs, take a dip or simply relax on the shingled shoreline.
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7. The Retreat in Avon

This raised 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 is a must-see.
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8. Stone Bank near Weymouth

From the depths of the hot tub you take in the breath-taking sea views over sundowners. The accommodation is light and airy and has plenty of room for a large family break. Surrounded by birdsong you can enjoy your meals outdoors or sit around the table in the sunny conservatory.

Walk down to harbour and visit Weymouth Sealife Park for shark spotting; hunt for fossils on Chesil Beach; take the causeway to Portland Island to climb its lighthouse and experience its birdlife; and visit Radipole Lake in the centre of Weymouth for some “pond dipping” and otter spoor spotting.
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9. Solent Retreat in Lymington

There is room aplenty for family and friends at this New Forest retreat complete with a games cabin houses a sofa bed, shower room and WC. A sun-drenched conservatory leads out to a manicured lawned garden where you can dine al fresco and luxuriate in the bubbles of an enclosed hot tub.

Take the ferry from Lymington to the Isle of Wight for a good day out or stay closer to shore with a trip to Hurst Island, the fort built by Henry VIII in 1455. There is plenty to do inland too with thousands of acres of the New Forest National Park to explore
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From its Jurassic coastline to its lush national park forest, this area’s diversity provides a balanced break for family and friends. Added to its attraction, is that it is one of the most dog friendly destinations in the UK. There’s hundreds of miles of woodland walking trails to stretches of shingle beach to keep your pooch’s paws moving.

The range of the self catering accommodation on offer means that there is a home-from-home for everyone. The character and capacity might vary but the homes all have one thing in common – private outdoor hot tubs. So, after a long day up a cliff, fossil hunting on the beach, woodland walking or visiting one of Dorset’s many historic spots you know the warm bubbles of your hot tub awaits.

If you want to check out hot tub properties in the South West, see our main page.

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