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Lincolnshire Hot Tub Breaks For Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays In Lincolnshire

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

There are plenty of walking trails on your doorstep from one of our dog friendly hot tub breaks in Lincolnshire. From cottages for 2 to family holiday homes, there is something for everyone in Lincolnshire.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire is the second largest county in the UK, and it sits between Norfolk and Yorkshire on the east coast. It’s a region with a diverse range of things to see from Lincoln Cathedral to Skegness Pier.


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1. White Oak Cottage, Lincolnshire Wolds

This bungalow sleeps four in two bedrooms with two bathrooms, one en suite. The living space is virtually a wall of glass with wooden floors and a log burner. There is a hot tub too so that you can take a relaxing soak under the stars and a pond at the bottom of the garden.

You are in the picturesque Lincolnshire Wolds just five miles from the quaint antiques’ town of Horncastle. Enjoy a day out at the traditional seaside resort of Skegness 14 miles to the east with its sandy beaches and traditional funfairs. Lincoln, well known for its cathedral and castle is a 35-minute drive.
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2. Holly Tree Barn, Lincoln

Luxury and contemporary design are the key features of this multi-barn conversion. The five individually designed bedrooms sleep 10 and each has its own en suite. The spacious living area has bifold doors onto an alfresco dining patio with a state-of-the-art hot tub or swim spa.

Take a trip to Lincoln’s centre and start by taking a walk up the cobbled stone Steep Hill, crammed with olde worlde pubs, tearooms and shops. At the top of the hill the views are breath-taking with the castle on one side and the cathedral and Bishop’s Palace on the other.
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3. Chestnut Cottage, Tealby

The cottage mixes a character feel with contemporary fittings and furnishings with two bedrooms sleeping four. There is underfloor eco heating and oak flooring. Two sets of French doors opening onto an enclosed patio with the private hot tub. There is also a BBQ and fire-pit for the summer evenings.

You are in the heart of the Wolds and a walk into Tealby, one of the prettiest villages in Lincolnshire, is a must. Follow the beck that runs through it and explore the dynamited ruins of Bayons Manor. Drive the two miles to Market Rasen that has a renowned National Hunt racecourse.
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4. Farriers Cottage, Ingham

This roomy original farrier’s cottage is set in the village of Ingham and sleeps four in two bedrooms. There is an eat-in kitchen, a log burner in the sitting room and study. With an established secure front garden it has a rear enclosed courtyard with a hot tub.

Just five minutes’ drive up the road is RAF Scampton, home to the Red Arrows and a heritage centre that covers the RAF from the Great War to present day. The Red Arrows do practice exercises daily. A 40-minute drive will find you in Woodhall Spa home to the Petwood Hotel where the Dambusters plotted their strikes in WWII.
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5. The Stables, Wrangle

This countryside holiday home that sleeps eight with three bathrooms has the benefit of two sitting areas meaning that there is more than enough space for everyone. The bespoke kitchen with its range cooker can cater for a full house. The living space’s bi-fold doors lead out onto a patio with a hot tub overlooking a well-manicured lawn.

Lincolnshire Wildlife Park is an eight-minute drive away with tigers and lions and a multitude of other wild animals. Travel 20 minutes by car and you will be at the coast where you can spend time on the seafront in Skegness or take a walk along the beach and dunes towards Gibraltar Nature Reserve.
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6. Lansdowne Lodge, Market Rasen

Ideally situated near the centre of Market Rasen it sleeps four in two bedrooms with two bathrooms. The L-shaped open plan living area cleverly incorporates an eat-in kitchen and sitting room. French doors lead out to a stunning Italian-style courtyard with an ornamental pond, alfresco dining furniture and a hot tub.

The jewel in the Wolds’ crown, Tealby, is about 3.5 miles away and is a popular route with cyclists. You will pass Willingham Woods that have shady picnic spots and walking trails. A 12-minute train trip will see you in the centre of Lincoln with its cathedral and castle.
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7. Hawthorne Escape, Heapham

This delightful romantic retreat has all the creature comforts for a week away in the countryside. The one spacious bedroom that sleeps two has a stunning bathroom with a freestanding bath and grey stone-effect tiles. The living area still retains its original exposed beams and has an open fire. Outside there is a hot tub and a bench reserved for Rover.

Heapham village is close to RAF Scampton and your stay is likely to see the Red Arrows practising overhead. Gainsborough Old Hall is a 10-minute drive. Built in 1460, it is one of the best-preserved medieval manor houses in England. Lincoln, 12 miles from the cottage, has the stunning cathedral and castle to go and see.
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8. Field View Escape, Potterhanworth

This country village escape sleeps four in two large bedrooms. The kitchen is the perfect place to cook your Lincolnshire sausage and mash to enjoy at the country style dining room table. With never-ending views of arable farmland you can take time out to enjoy a soak in the open-air hot tub or take your morning coffee or meals on the comfy outdoor seating.

If you are feeling energetic then you can drive the seven miles to the bottom of Steep Hill in Lincoln and climb to the top. You will be rewarded for your effort because this elevation is home to Lincoln Cathedral and castle. From medieval turrets of the castle you can see for miles.
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9. Braybrook Cottage, Tetney

This retreat, off the beaten track for total peace and calm, sleeps two in a king-size mezzanine double aspect bedroom. The staircase leading from the spacious living area is easy to climb and the shower room is situated downstairs. Outside there is an area made for alfresco dining and a hot tub to soak away the stresses of an energetic day.

There are plenty of walks and cycling opportunities in this rural setting. The seaside town of Cleethorpes is about 15 minutes-drive away for a bracing walk on the beach at low tide. Donna Nook, an old RAF base on the coast is worth a visit to see the seals.
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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

The Last Word

Lincolnshire is one of the country’s oldest counties with a fascinating past. One thing that has not changed with history is its flat tracts of countryside that are popular with cyclists and walkers. The county does offer up surprises though and the undulating hills and dales of the Lincolnshire Wolds is a case in point.

Whether you are nestled in Wolds’ village or close to the bustling city of Lincoln, one thing is for certain that wherever you are there will be a hot tub to welcome you on your return.

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