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Leicestershire Hot Tub Breaks For Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays In Leicestershire

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

Leicestershire is a county in central England. The holiday cottages here make the perfect base to explore the rest of England if you are visiting for a long break and not just a weekend stay over.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Leicestershire

It is known for its battlegrounds, which offers the curious visitor plenty to see and do. It has acres of open space and stunning countryside. This is why our dog friendly hot tub breaks in Leicestershire are constantly a top booker!
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1. Waxwing Cottage in Market Harborough

A cosy yet spacious living area with beams and a wood burning stove makes this barn conversion that sleeps six a home-from-home holiday experience. To make your break that extra special there is a private hot tub in the enclosed garden and space for you to eat alfresco.

Take the mile walk to the village of Foxton to see its 10 famous 200-year-old locks, known as “flights” forming part of the Grand Canal. Also a mile from the cottage is Lubenham, a Central Village of the Year award winner with its charming 12th century church. Market Harborough is only a 15-minute drive away.
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2. Broomhills in Derby

With its triple aspect bi-fold doors peeling back to let the countryside in, the living and dining area has a sense of air and space. This property sleeps 4 guest. On the patio you can BBQ, take your morning coffee or have sundowners relaxing in the warm bubbles of the hot tub.

Four miles away Mercia Marina, the largest of its kind in Europe, is great for shopping and grabbing a bite to eat. Half an hour by car from Derby there’s the Heights of Abraham the country’s only cable car, cavern and hilltop park with elevated rides across the lime gorge and subterranean tours.
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3. Butterfly House in West Hallam

This is a glamping pod with a big G surpassing the basic upturned boat style pods with the rudimentary requirements. Bijou Butterfly House, sleeps two and not only has its own ablution facilities, its shower room is stylish and there on elevated decking there the bubbling warmth of a hot tub beckons.

Go from one extreme to another and leave your tiny bolthole and drive 20 minutes to the imposing Elvaston Castle. The 300-odd acres of parkland is ideal for walking, cycling and picnicking. Derby is just under eight miles away and here you can visit the town’s Silk Museum and art galleries.
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4. Posie in Stonton Wyville

This A-frame Hansel and Gretal-style cabin surrounded by meadows and woodland sleeps two. The double bed nestled in the pitch of the roof is on a mezzanine level and overlooks the living space. Outside is a quintessential porch for sheltered alfresco dining and a hot tub for relaxing.

The International Space Centre museum is in Leicester, a 30-minute drive from the cabin for a fascinating insight into space science and astronomy. Make a day of visiting Rutland Water, famed for its antiques and stop in Melton Mowbray to stock up on its iconic pork pies.
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5. The Nordic Farmhouse in Dingley

This rare find is where luxury meets rustic character and where space is no objective. The seven bedrooms, all en suite, sleep 14. The patio-to-pitch glass has the light flooding into a spacious living and dining area serviced by a bespoke kitchen. There is also a sauna and a private hot tub in the established garden.

Surrounded by undulating fields and diverse wildlife you might not want to venture far, however, the area has places of interest and activities worthy of consideration. Walk the two miles to Market Harborough and face the challenges of Avalanche Adventure that include off-roading, quad biking, archery and clay pigeon shooting.
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6. The Willows in Melton Mowbray

There is no fear of getting under each other’s feet in this spacious holiday home that sleeps five in three bedrooms and benefits from two sitting rooms both with log burning stoves. Outside there is cushioned seating and a hot tub for relaxing in after a long day out.

You are close to Melton Mowbray’s town centre where you can buy its world-famous pork pies at a number of butcheries and bakeries. There is also its famous Farmers’ Market on Tuesdays and Fridays. Ten minutes’ walk from the centre is the 137-acre Melton Park with easy walking trails.
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7. Church View in Greetham

This log cabin with wood inside and out, sleeps two and has a well-equipped kitchen. The property is all on one level and the enclosed outdoor space is accessed by a ramp. In this sun trap is garden furniture and a hot tub. A short walk away is a 50m indoor swimming pool.

Take the 10-minute drive to Woolsthorpe to tour Isaac Newton’s home and see the apple tree that prompted his Law of Gravity. Closer to the cabin there is Oakham with vintage and antique shops and Greetham famous for its arts and crafts. At Rutland Water you can hire a row- boat, paddle board or kayak.
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8. The Pinfold in Melton Mowbray

This lovely annexe sleeps four in its two well appointed double bedrooms, one with space for a cot that can be installed on request. You will be welcomed with a tray that includes pressé from the Belvoir estate close by. Outdoors there is room for alfresco dining and a hot tub for relaxing.

You are in the heart of the quaint village of Wymondham and its famous working flour windmill is a short walk away and Melton Mowbray is on your doorstep A 10-minute drive finds you at Belvoir Castle where you can explore the estate’s garden that includes a Japanese woodland and a mausoleum in Bluebell Wood.
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9. The Cottage at Hall Farm House in Melton Mowbray

This is five-star holiday accommodation at its best with the three sumptuous bedrooms that sleep six. The luxury living area has a large log burning stove and off the stylish kitchen is a games’ room with a pool table, dartboard and TV and the large outdoor entertainment area includes a hot tub.

The area is full of dog-friendly walks and there is even a dog exercise paddock adjoining the cottage’s garden. Venture further afield and visit Melton Mowbray on either a Tuesday or Friday especially Seven miles south of the town is Burrough Hill’s Iron Age fort, with commanding views 210m above sea level.
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Types of Accommodation To Expect

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Properties By The Coast & Beach

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Cheap Weekend Breaks

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1-2 Night Self Catering

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This corner of the country is one of the prettiest with its wide expanse of water at Rutland to its character-filled upmarket villages and historic towns like Melton Mowbray. There is no shortage of stately homes and gardens and the countryside is full of footpath and cycling trails.

Be prepared for an activity-filled break as close to every property is more than enough to keep everyone occupied. Some destinations have games rooms, shared indoor pools and even saunas but each have two things in common that complete a perfect break and that is that they are all dog friendly and each has a hot tub to relax in after refreshing days out in the clear country air.

Want more, see all of our Heart of England dog friendly hot tub holidays.

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