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Isle of Wight Hot Tub Breaks For Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays on the Isle of Wight

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

The views all around are spectacular, with the Solent, the mainland and English Channel to take in. Escape the noisy, smelly city and recharge your battery. The Isle also has lots of open countrysides and working farms, where working dogs and pets are common, so pooch will feel right at home.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Isle of Wight

An island off the south coast of England, dog friendly hot tub breaks on the Isle of Wight are the ideal place to get away for a relaxing holiday with your dog. It is an island packed full of exciting outdoor activities. Surrounded by miles and miles of sandy beaches, you’re never far from a bracing seaside walk with your canine companion.

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1. Ocean View 9, Great Thorness

This static caravan on a holiday park has panoramic views from its suntrap decking that has comfy seating, BBQ and a hot tub. It has two bedrooms but sleeps six with the option of a double pull out sofa bed. You have access to the park’s heated swimming pool.

Cowes is just 2.5miles away and here you can take a guided tour to the Military and Heritage Museum. Explore the Royal Apartments and explore in the footsteps of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert at Osborne House. This national treasure also displays gifts given to the queen from across the British Empire.
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2. Salterns Lodge, Pennington

This studio cabin set in a lush Hampshire garden has a spacious interior that sleeps two in a double bed that has its own space, separate from the well-equipped kitchen and comfy seating area. Outside has the real wow factor with a timber veranda and a hot tub to ease your aching limbs after an energetic day out.

From the cabin you have direct access to the open fields that lead down to the sea wall between Lymington and Keyhaven. In Lymington visit the St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery. Explore the Isle of Wight by taking the car ferry from Lymington to the island where you can sample its unspoilt beaches.
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3. Luxurious Lodge, Chichester

This lakeside lodge has large decking over the lake and a sunken hot tub to relax in after a long day out. It has two bedrooms and sleeps four, the main one en suite and with a walk-in wardrobe. It has access to the holiday park’s heated indoor pool, clubhouse, bar and restaurant.

The park is surrounded by 10 lakes, ideal for fishing and for water sports such as windsurfing and water skiing. Chichester Station is 2.2 miles and Goodwood, Fontwell and Arundel are on the doorstep. Drive 22 minutes to Portsmouth and catch the ferry for a day out on the Isle of Wight with its unspoilt beaches and ancient history.
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4. The Boathouse, Yarmouth

This characterful converted boathouse that sleeps four in two bedrooms and has quirky finishes like the keel rafters in the living area. The views over Yarmouth Bay are hard to beat from most parts of the boathouse, including the front lawn which has chairs for alfresco dining and a private hot tub.

Steps lead you down from the boathouse onto the bay where you can yacht-watch. Catch the chairlift to see the island’s iconic landmark The Needle and from this vantage point enjoy sweeping views. Take a trip to the wildlife haven of Hamstead Ledge that was separated from the mainland 7,000 years ago.
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5. Ralph’s Spa Barn, Newport

This spa barn that sleeps four, two in the pitched rafter double bedroom and two on the pull out sofa is a tranquil and soothing space. There is intelligent lighting to change the colour of the walls indoors and outside the sub-tropical garden has an excellent entertainment area and a summerhouse that houses a hot tub.

When you are not soaking up the rays on one of the unspoiled beaches of the island visit Newport’s Roman Villa dating back to 280AD. For animal lovers, visit Monkey Haven, a rescue centre with a wide variety of species such as squirrel monkeys and Cotton Top Tamarins.
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6. The Coach House, Newport

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7. Bailey Cottage, Bursledon

The boatbuilder’s cottage has been refurbished and extended to sleep 10 in four bedrooms. The limestone flooring has underfloor heating and some of its original features have been sympathetically restored, like window seats. Outside there is room to relax on garden furniture and there is a hot tub for soaks after long days out.

Travel by train from Bursledon station into Southampton where you can visit the SeaCity Museum with its interactive model of the Titanic that sailed from there in 1912. The train also takes you to Portsmouth home to warships HMS Victory and HMS Warrior. Take the ferry over to the Isle of Wight for a day at one of its unspoilt beaches.
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8. Yew Tree House, Parkhurst Forest

This large holiday home, on the edge of Parkhurst forest sleeps six with two of the three bedrooms on the ground floor. The lounge is on the first floor with dual aspects and a wood burner. In the established garden there is room for BBQing and having your meals and a hot tub.

Parkhurst Forest is a pretty woodland area renowned for its red squirrels and forms part of the Isle of Wights Red Squirrel Trail that offer 32 miles of traffic-free cycling. The capital Newport is only three miles away and the beach at Gurnard and Thorness is a ten-minute drive
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9. Haviland Cottage, Bonchurch

This elegant period cottage sleeps seven and has four bedrooms, one a doggy bedroom with its own en suite, Smart TV and direct access to the garden. Of the remaining three bedrooms one has an en suite shower. Outside there’s comfy sofa-style furniture and a hot tub.

You are on the outskirts of Ventnor that has a spectacular botanic garden that has subtropical trees and shrubs organised by different regions of the world. The garden has a shop where you can buy plants too. Ventnor beach is great for dog walks, especially at low tide when it is sandy.
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Types of Accommodation To Expect

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The Last Word

The Isle of Wight has a rich variety of distinctive landscapes that has been described as “lowland England in miniature”. It’s coastline and landscape present experiences of soaring cliffs; hidden coves and stretches of gold sand; quiet estuaries teeming with birds and wildlife and rolling patchwork fields; secret woodlands and chalk downs means you will never be left wondering what to do.

You will find that the island has its own distinct personality, as do the different holiday homes it has to offer, each have areas for alfresco dining, BBQing and a hot tub.

Why not see all of our holidays in the South with hot tubs.

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