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Lake District Hot Tub Breaks For Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays In Lake District

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

Booking cottages in the Lakes with hot tubs with your four-legged friends needn’t be difficult. The vast open spaces, lush valleys and rolling hills of this stunning National Park are a pet paradise.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Lake District

Spend your days exploring the countryside with your beloved pet at your heels, enjoy lakeside picnics, woodland walks and incredible views across the tranquil lakes before relaxing in one of the many dog friendly hot tub breaks in the Lake District.
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1. The Weathercock in Sedbergh

This quirky detached cottage sleeps six guests in the main house with an additional pull out sofa bed for an extra guest in the separate games room. Full of character such as interior stone walls, the downstairs WC even has a log burning stove. The hot tub is in an enclosed, private garden.

Lake Windermere is less than 20 miles away and once in the heart of the Lake District you can visit the cottages of William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter. Closer to the holiday home, just 1.6 miles away is the village of Sedergh on the Dales Way, famed for its hiking and cycling trails.
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2. Carhullan Farmhouse in Penrith

An ideal family or friends’ getaway, this farmhouse stone cottage sleeps 10 guests and overlooks from the garden with its six-seater hot tub, BBQ area and converted barn games room. Original features such as exposed beams and striped wood flooring abound. It has a downstairs shower room and WC and boasts two sitting rooms.

Ullswater, a glacial ribbon lake and said to be the most beautiful lake in England is close A glacial ribbon lake, Ullswater is seen by many as the most beautiful lake in England. Travel 11 miles to charming Penrith, stop at Pooley Bridge and hop on a steamboat for a scenic tour of the area.
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3. Woodland Retreat, Staveley & Troutbeck Bridge

A stunning 3 bedroom self-catering lodge based on the shores of Lake Windermere. The cabin consists of three bedrooms, two doubles and a bunk room with a bathroom and separate WC. The outside decking area is ideal for a BBQ or relaxing drink with friends.

The park itself has a wide range of facilities and activities to keep the children entertained, these include a kids club, adventure playground, canoeing, kayaking and paddle boarding.
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4. Gatesgarth in Coniston

Winner of the 2020 Northern Design Awards’ Best Residential Build, it sleeps eight guests and has four en suite bathrooms. With views overlooking Coniston Water, its cutting-edge layout uses local stone, wood and sheer walls of glass that maximise the light. On the subtly lit decking you can dine el fresco or take a hot tub soak.

With the Old Man of Coniston as a backdrop take the three-mile hike to the top for unsurpassed views. It is just a five-minute walk to Coniston and 15 minutes to Windermere where you can book lake cruises. With an electric vehicle charge point at the lodge, you can take eco-friendly drives of the area too.
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5. Berrymoore Cottage in Corby Hill

With a clever use of space this one-bedroomed cottage sleeps four guests by utilising the double sofa bed in the living area. There are two shower rooms, both with underfloor heating and the super-king bed can be made into twins. On a paved patio there is an inviting hot tub and el fresco dining furniture.

Carlisle is just over five miles from Corby Hill where you can explore the castle steeped in Jacobian history or visit Tullie House where you can see everything from a bust of Emperor Hadrian to a tattoo art exhibition. The Lake District National Park is only a 30-minute drive away.
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6. Underwood in Coniston

This spacious cottage, all on one level, sleeps six guests and has a living area that includes a suntrap conservatory with sweeping views of the countryside England’s third largest lake. Surrounded by meadowland the outdoor entertainment area boasts a inviting hot tub and patio furniture for el fresco dining or sundowners.

Take a picnic at Lakeshore, a short walk across the fields or tackle the 7.5 km hike up the Old Man of Coniston that forms the backdrop at Underwood. Take the more leisurely Miles Without Stiles route from Torver Jetty, 10 minutes from the cottage to Coniston village where there’s a good choice of water-based activities.
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7. Wheelhouse Cottage in Cartmel

A 200-year-old cottage, sympathetically restored, provides a hi-spec historic holiday home that sleeps four guests. Its conservatory dining area overlooks the River Eea and Wheelhouse Bridge. The kitchen and bathroom introduce a contemporary edge that complements the traditional features. The garden has a hot tub and garden furniture right on the river.

Just a short walk from Cartmel’s market square, you can spend time in one of England’s prettiest villages. Walk the couple of miles to Grange-over-Sands and explore the coastal town’s Ornamental Gardens. Lake Windermere is a 30-minute drive or travel 11 miles to Newby Bridge to hop on a steamer for sightseeing from the water.
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8. Fairsnape near Coniston

Taking a holiday getaway to an unsurpassed level, this grand home, with views over Coniston Water sleeps 12 guests over its six bedrooms all en-suite. Four and a half acres of land are made up of a magical garden with a hot tub and outdoor shower connected to the private woodland beyond.

If you can bear to pull yourself away from this luxury retreat then Coniston village is on your doorstep, a perfect base for water skiing, canoeing and paddle boarding on Coniston Water. Here you can visit the Ruskin Museum that pays tribute to its salubrious past residents such as speedboat ace Donald Campbell.
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9. Brigg House in Coniston

This is Lakeland splendour at its best, as this sumptuous Victorian villa that sleeps 10 guests, combines contemporary finishes with original features. There are five spacious bedrooms, one is downstairs with an en suite. In the beautifully landscaped garden there is a hot tub and garden furniture for el fresco dining.

At Coniston hire rowing or motorboats for a day out on the water. Take the Tarn Hows circular walk of just under 3kms to catch a glimpse of Herdwick sheep and rare-breed Belted Galloway cattle grazing. Along the lakefront is Brantwood home of artist and writer John Ruskin full of his paintings and works
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1-2 Night Self Catering

The Last Word

Arguably the most beautiful corner of England, the Lake District has inspired poets, writers and artists. Its high mountains and vast expanse of water make it a paradise for hiking, cycling and water sports such as canoeing, windsurfing and water skiing. You will go a long way to find such a magical setting for your break away from home. More and more dog friendly cottages in the Lake District with hot tubs are opening each year but be quick because they book out fast.

Each getaway comes with its own special characteristics paying homage to its splendid surroundings. Be it beside a babbling brook or glass bridges leading to private woodland, they all share the irresistible luxury of a hot tub.

Browse other North West hot tub properties over on our main county page.

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