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Northumberland Hot Tub Breaks For Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays In Northumberland

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


Northumberland is fast becoming one of the best places to stay in the UK. Situated in the North East of England and is home to stunning countryside cottages and as well as superb coastline. The county is soaked in culture having played host to a number of historic British battles.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Northumberland

It is also rising in popularity as one of the key destinations to visit within the UK, with more and more people booking dog friendly hot tub breaks in Northumberland due to there great facilities and days out nearby.
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1. Valley View in Swarland

You will catch sight of the deer in the country park in the valley below this retreat that has spacious bedrooms sleeping four guests. Conveniently situated overlooking the golf course, you can enjoy the sweeping views after a game in the bubbling hot tub on decking.
When you are not taking advantage of the golf course that is free to use, you can explore Northumberland National Park. Swarland village is England’s highest settlement. After a day out hiking or cycling, why not go on a Dark Skies walk? Stargaze on a stretch of Hadrian’s Wall that hangs on a crag edge.
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2. Sunset View in Chatton

Sunset View is a luxury getaway with four bedrooms, sleeping eight guests. Here the emphasis is on natural light with patio-to-pitch windows and skylights in the eaves. The kitchen with its breakfast bar overlooks the dining table and sitting room that leads onto an entertainment area that includes a hot tub and BBQ.

No visit to Chatton is complete without a trip to Holy Island that takes less than half an hour. Just remember that the island is only accessible at low tide. Visit the Kielder Water Birds of Prey Centre where you can come up close to Owls, Eagles, Hawks, Falcons and even vultures.
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3. The Gate Lodge in Chatton

This lodge that sleeps two guests is all about pampering. There’s a log burner for cosy nights indoors but it’s the outdoor spa-style garden that sets it apart . The enclosed outdoor area with sweeping views of the Northumberland National Park has a hot tub, built-in BBQ, seating and a sumptuous day bed.

The lodge is at the entrance to Hetton Hall with its 15th century watch tower, known as a pele, is largely intact. Take the two-mile walk or four-minute drive to spend a day at Chillingham, England’s most haunted castle. The supernatural aside, the castle’s formal gardens and woodland will not disappoint.
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4. Isaacs Cottage in Allendale

This stone cottage sleeps five guests in its three bedrooms. The eat-in country kitchen is a foodie’s dream and there’s a Sky package to enjoy in the sitting room with its open fire. The emphasis is on socialising with an outdoor area with its covered hot tub and summer house with seating and a day bed.

Days out should include discovering the delights of the nearest village Allendale and visiting the heritage centre. The cottage is in the heart of the North Pennine’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with plenty of cycling and walking trails. Visit Hexham’s 12th c abbey and experience wildlife and waterfalls on every turn in Sele Park.
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5. Restharrow Lodge

Cutting edge design and a desirable destination promises a holiday to remember in this spacious lodge that sleeps eight guests. The open plan kitchen has all the mod-cons and the large dining table and sitting room with comfortable sofa ensures plenty of space. Outside there’s wrap-around decking, sofa seating for ten and a raised hot tub.

Bamburgh beach is right on the doorstep for days out with your family and four-legged friends. Looming over the shoreline is Bamburgh Castle that is a must-see close up. Built on a dolerite outcrop its history dates back to 420 AD. Take a boat trip to the Farne Islands to see the puffins.
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6. Nes Cottage in Durham

The barn conversion with a distinct Norwegian feel is all on one level and sleeps six guests in its three contemporary-style bedrooms each with its own Smart TV. From the chandelier over the dining table to the Chilli Penguin wood burner in the living area the attention to detail is clear. Bi-fold doors lead to decking with a hot tub and entertainment area.
The city of Durham, famous for its cathedral, castle and university, is only three miles away. Here you can visit Crook Hall, a 13th century manor house and gardens. A scenic option is the five-mile circular Low and High Force Waterfall walk that takes in the stunning landscape of Upper Teesdale
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7. Rochester House Barn near Otterburn

This converted barn on a working farm, set at the foot of the Cheviots, sleeps two guests, providing a romantic retreat for a discerning couple. The king-sized four poster bed and luxury en suite create the mood which is complemented by a secluded hot tub enclosed by an original barn wall.

For history buffs a tour of Alnwick Castle’s state rooms is a must. For starry-eyed the Kielder Observatory is an experience; taking you through woodland that is home to half of England’s red squirrel population to two turrets housing aperture telescopes. Walk the wide sandy bay at Alnmouth Beach at the mouth of the River Aln.
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8. Cragside Townhouse in Bamburgh

This well-appointed town house in the charming village of Belford sleeps six guests in contemporary-styled three bedrooms with music docking stations in each. The spacious eat-in kitchen has French doors leading to a sitting room with wood-striped floors. Outside there is a rooftop patio and a stone-wall enclosed hot tub snug off the living area.

You are five miles off the Northumberland Heritage Coastline and the Bamburgh Beach with its majestic castle. For wildlife lovers take the boat trip from Seahouses to the Farne Islands. The iconic Holy Island of Lindisfarne can be accessed at low tide and where you can buy bottles of mead made on the island.
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9. Northolme near Beadnell

Located virtually on the beach at Beadnell Bay this property sleeps eight guests in its three bedrooms. The hall opens up to a breath-taking open plan living area flooded with natural light from the double-height ceiling. Outdoor dining or a dip in the hot tub can be accessed from the kitchen and dining area.

Beadnell Bay offers water sports and activities from surfing to water skiing from its base near the bay’s sailing club house. There are also tennis courts nearby. Set aside a day to do the two and a half-hour walk to Dunstanburgh Castle, 13th fortress ruins set atop a cliff overlooking the sea.
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Types of Accommodation To Expect

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Properties By The Coast & Beach

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1-2 Night Self Catering

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This area off England, close to the Scottish Borders, never fails to delight visitors to the area. Sweeping, unspoilt coastline, the Cheviots and Pennine Way, and the nearby islands create a backdrop steeped in history and full to the brim with wildlife and natural wonders.

A break to Northumberland is best done on your own terms and there is no better way than to choose a self-catering getaway that is going to suit your needs. There’s views across the bay, vistas over Areas of Outstanding National Beauty and in each lodge, cabin or even townhouse you can enjoy the starlit skies of the county from the depths of a luxuriant hot tub.

If you want more great options, find Northern England hot tub properties on our county page.

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