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Shropshire Hot Tub Breaks For Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays in Shropshire

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

Shropshire is a county in the west midlands and is the perfect base to explore England and Wales. Nearby cities include Birmingham and Chester. Breath taking views and accommodation were abundant to suit any budget. Your pooch will love any of our dog friendly hot tub breaks in Shropshire.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Shropshire

Choose between stunning rural cottages or something more central. Why not spoil yourself with a place that has a hot tub. That will add I little more opulence to your holiday.
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1. Newhouse Farm Barn in Neenton

This barn conversion with stone feature walls throughout sleeps four in a king size and twin bedroom. An ideal family getaway, especially for cyclists as it has a bike lock-up and a secure enclosed garden. Outdoors you can enjoy a relaxing hot tub dip after an invigorating day out on the trails.

Situated in a quiet hamlet between Bridgnorth and Ludlow it is a perfect base for exploring Shropshire, Herefordshire and even the mid Wales borderland. Visit Ludlow with its ancient castle and racecourse or take a trip on the Severn Valley Railway for a relaxed way of seeing the countryside.
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2. Hilltop Hideout, in Broome

With lanterns, head torches, candles and phone charging packs at your disposal this glamping cabin converted from a hay bale trailer is going to be a holiday to remember. It sleeps five if you include the cot. It has its own shower and WCs and outside, surrounded by farmland, there is a hot tub.

Walk 10 minutes to Broome Station and catch the train to Ludlow, seven miles away, to explore the castle. Further afield are the historic towns of Hereford and Shrewsbury. Walk the unique Iron Gorge Museums’ trail on the River Severn, visiting a series of iron industry museums and see where the first iron bridge was made.
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3. Countryside Retreat, in Tenbury Wells

This main house annex is elevated above a duck paddock where you can collect your freshly laid eggs, it sleeps 4 and overlooks the River Teme. The studio has a double bed and a king-size sofa bed. The outdoor area has a hot tub and table and chairs that are illuminated by a string of twinkling overhead lights.

You can start your break with a spot of fishing in the River Teme on Happy Egg Farm. Here you can catch grayling, chubb, brown trout and even salmon. Tenbury Wells is a 10-minute walk that has a Victorian museum. Take the 3.8-mile dog-friendly Malvern Hills’ Walk and climb the 1011ft Black Hill.
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4. The Wilderness, in Stiperstones

This detached old miner’s cottage sleeps five in two bedrooms, the spacious family room on the ground floor. Upstairs there is a twin room with and a shared bathroom with a stress-beating whirlpool bath. The dining area leads to an enclosed sunny patio with a hot and furniture for alfresco meals.

Start off by climbing the summit of Stiperstones Hill, just a mile from the cottage where mountain bike trails abound in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Here on a clear day atop the ridge you can see Wales. In an original Elizabethan building The House on Crutches Museum in Bishop’s Castle is half an hour’s drive.
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5. Hillside Lodge, in Bedlam

This wooden clad lodge sleeps four in two tastefully furnished bedrooms. Patio doors from the open plan kitchen living area lead out to an entertainment area second-to-none. Here the wow factor continues with a separate cabin complete with dining table, comfy seating and barbeque kitchen facilities leading to an undercover hot tub.

For water sport fans you can rent a kayak or canoe at nearby Ironbridge and paddle up the River Severn. Here you will pass the Bedlam Furnaces, one of the most important industrial monuments on the IronBridge Gorge World Heritage Site. Ludlow with its 13th century castle is 10 minutes by car.
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6. Stoney Brook Lodge

From a covered open-fronted entertainment area with log burner, alfresco BBQ kitchen and comfy seating take in the panoramic views of the Shropshire Hills. Better still it can be enjoyed from the depths of the hot tub. Naturally, there is the indoor option of cooking, dining and relaxing and retiring to the two bedrooms that sleep four.

A 10-minute drive will see you in the historic town of Ludlow and a further 10 minutes will find you at Berrington Hall. The hall’s ruins do not distract from its parkland designed by Capability Brown. A dog-friendly destination, it also has a large children’s play area and picnic areas around its impressive fountain.
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7. The Dog House, in Shrewsbury

This romantic retreat has a spacious downstairs sitting room with patio doors leading out to a courtyard perfect for alfresco meals and an enclosed hot tub for ultimate privacy. Upstairs the double bedroom sleeps two has a shower en suite and here you will find a well-equipped kitchen and table for two.

Medieval market town Shrewsbury is only four miles away. With its 600 listed buildings history lovers will be spoilt for choice. The Shrewsbury Golf Club is a definite day out for golf enthusiasts. Get the first glimpse of Spring by walking amongst the snowdrops in the meadows near the village of Nesscliffe.
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8. Wayside Lodge, Craven Arms

The lodge’s accommodation is all on one level, sleeps four with a king-size room with en suite shower and twin room with shower. The open plan living area with a well-equipped chicken has patio doors that lead out to decking with a table and chairs ideal for outdoor eating. There is also a lock-up for bikes.

Right on the Shropshire Way this destination is popular with cyclists. If your fitness levels are up to scratch take on the 29-mile Craven Arms fully paved recreational trail stopping at Bromfield Priory. For a fascinating few hours visit Craven Arm’s Land of Lost Content Museum that pays homage to British brands and culture.
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9. Tack Bothy, Beguildy

This studio-style bijou comfortably sleeps two and has a shower room and galley kitchen. It is set in glorious countryside that has been designated a Local Wildlife Site. At the heart of 43-acres of sheep farmland and beside a wildlife pond and stream you can enjoy the surroundings from your private hot tub.

On the Welsh border Glyndwr’s Way National Trail is easily accessible taking you through breath-taking Welsh countryside and rolling Shropshire Hills. Knighton is eight miles away and is home to the Observatory Spaceguard Centre. You can pre-book a tour of this working observatory that deals with any “near earth” objects such as asteroids.
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From riverside industrial “museums” in a museum to an observatory that deals with “near earth” objects the undulating countryside of Shropshire is full of surprises. Your break in this area will take in cliffs and country houses; quirky museums and meandering streams and cycling trails and steam train rides.

It is an ideal destination for families looking for an active stay away, as well as being perfect place for romantics to relax and relish the panoramic views. Whatever your purpose might be from tiny huts to luxury lodges each place is dog-friendly and has the bonus of a private hot tub.

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