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Gloucestershire Hot Tub Breaks For Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays In Gloucestershire

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

A county in the southwest of England Gloucestershire is the perfect getaway for you and your dog. It is a county packed full of exciting outdoor activities.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Gloucestershire

You can enjoy a truly rural experience by spending your holiday in one of our idyllic dog friendly hot tub breaks in Gloucestershire. The county is home to the Cotswolds countryside, stunning green Forest of Dean, quaint villages, tea shops, and country pubs all make for a relaxing break.

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1. Foxes Den, South Cerney

For a fun-filled family vacation with ample space this cabin sleeps six in three bedrooms, one double and two twins. There are 1.5 bathrooms too, so there will be no queuing in the mornings. The decking catches the sun’s rays and there is a hot tub for chilling in under the stars.

You might have trouble tearing the younger set away from the on-site games room, indoor and outdoor swimming pools and the Crazy Golf but when you do they will not be disappointed. There are boating rides on the lake and going out the complex the city of Gloucester is just half an hour away.
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2. Squirrels Nest, South Cerney

This is a great getaway for young families as this cabin that sleeps six in three bedrooms has all the on-site facilities to keep everyone happy. The decking from the open plan living area has seating for sundowners and a hot tub for a soak under the stars. Indoor and outdoor pools and games’ rooms are available.

Situated on Cotswold Holburne Park this is a great place to explore Cotswold Water Park and the 150 lakes than even boasts a beach. The Cotswold is England’s largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and its villages and towns such as Cirencester and Bourton on the Water have to be seen to be believed.
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3. Summer House, Deerhurst Walton

This Hansel and Gretel-style cabin sleeps two with a spacious bathroom that comes with a roll-top freestanding bath and a spacious walk-in shower. Outside there’s space for outdoor meals and a hot tub to relax in. The farm has a 40ft indoor heated pool and a sauna.

Surrounded by the Cotswold and Malvern Hills this is walkers’ country taking you through golden-stoned villages, up ancient hill forts, Neolithic barrows and along the banks of the Severn. The Jet Age Museum is only a 15-minute drive away and is home to aircraft, aero engines and cockpits.
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4. The Red Bus, Newnham-on-Severn

This 1982 Metro bus conversion in a field guarantees a getaway with a difference. Inside the fixtures and furnishings have a distinct urban air while the exterior is as rural as it gets. It sleeps six in two bedrooms, one a double and the other with two sets of bunk beds.

There is a children’s play area outside the bus and there are plenty of acres to explore on the farm which leads through to Hangman’s Wood with good walking trails. In the centre of Newnham the clock tower provides the best view of the natural phenomenon wave surge known as the Severn Bore.
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5. Avalon, Leonard Stanley

This spacious Georgian home is ideal for large groups or family get-togethers and is the perfect balance between luxury and leisure. The four bedrooms sleep 10 and downstairs is a plenty of space to relax and have meals in. Outdoors you are spoilt for choice with a hot tub, BBQ area and not only a games room but a cinema room too complete with a projector.

Stroud is four miles away and the Museum in the Park is a must-see. The Grade II listed 17th century wool merchant’s house tells the fascinating story of the district’s diverse history. On foot or by bike you can strike out to the Five Valleys – Cam, Slad, Painswick, Chalford and Nailsworth for miles and miles of countryside steeped in history.
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6. River Severn House, Minsterworth

It’s like having a luxury hotel all to yourself in this three-storey grand holiday home that sleeps 30 in eight bedrooms with six bathrooms. Ideal for large hen and stag parties it is an entertainment orientated as it is elegant. A cinema room, games room, swimming and hot tub are just some of the perks that await you.

You are not far from outdoor adventures that will complete a hen or stag weekend away. There’s gorge scrambling, canoeing, mountain biking, abseiling and orienteering adventure days or even half days available. The more sedate option is renting a canal boat for a leisurely booze cruise up the River Severn.
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7. Demoiselle Cottage, Ledbury

Cluster of lodges set within six secluded acres of countryside and woodland, this cottage benefits from the open air at its best with a natural swimming surrounded by wildlife ponds and an alfresco hot tub. It sleeps five in three bedrooms and there is plenty of space to eat under open skies, as well as use of a sauna.

Shops and a pub are two miles away in Ledbury and you are nine miles from Ross on Wry. Visit the nearby Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo with species that include the Common Blue, Grizzled Skipper and Green Hairstreak. Visit Goodrich Castle, half an hour’s drive, which according to Wordsworth is the “noblest ruin in Herefordshire”.
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8. Florence Cottage, Chipping Campden

Attention to detail is evident in this elegant honey-coloured stone cottage that sleeps four in two bedrooms each with its own bathroom. With contemporary grey and pristine white finishes throughout, it sports a hi-spec kitchen that is integrated into the open-plan living space, complete with log burner. Outside there is a hot tub with hill-top views.

Spend time in charming Chipping Campden and pop into its independent shops on its terraced High Street dating from the 1300s Drive or walk four miles and take the ascent to Broadway Tower, the highest castle in the Cotswolds with commanding views over 16 counties and have a refreshing cuppa in the Morris and Brown tearoom.
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9. 1 Valley View Cottage, Blakeney

This charming cottage with exceptional valley views from its terrace complete with hot tub and space for sundowners and alfresco dining, sleeps four in two bedrooms. Its well-equipped kitchen overlooks a spacious table-for-four and a sitting room that leads outside onto a decking that gives way to rolling countryside.

Start by walking into the quaint village of Blakeney that is less than a mile away. You have easy access to the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley. Here you can experience one of the country’s best downhill mountain bike course as well as walking and cycling routes. Try your hand at caving, abseiling and canoeing at Symonds Yat, 16 miles away.
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The Last Word

Gloucestershire has three main areas: the Severn Vale, with the river running through it; the Forest of Dean, famed for walking and cycling trails and then, the jewel in its crown, The Cotswolds. From grand houses sleeping 30 to recycled double-deckers the county caters for hens and stags to starry-eyed honeymooners.

You might be part of a group of friends, a member of a family gathering or a significant other of a sweetheart couple, whatever the scenario your choice is guaranteed to come with a hot tub experience and a break to remember.

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