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Somerset Hot Tub Breaks For Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays In Somerset

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

Dog friendly hot tub breaks in Somerset are popular holiday rentals in the south of England. All kinds of attractions are waiting in this county, like castles, caves, gorges, open farms and nature reserves. For time away with the dog, choose coastal paths or trails across the countryside for long walks in the great outdoors.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Somerset

Major towns in the county include Bath, famous for the Roman spa, and Weston-Super-Mare on the coast, so the choice of things to do is huge. When it comes to finding holiday cottages that welcomes the dog, you’ll find there is a great selection in Somerset.
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1. Woodpecker Lodge

This genuine Scandinavian log cabin is tucked away in mature oak woodland. It sleeps four in a double and a twin bedroom. Built in a sunlit glade the retreat has a solid wood burner hot tub and guests have free access to an outdoor heated pool in the forest.

There are private eight acres of woodland to explore that is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Take the six-mile circular Blackdown Hills walk up to the beacon that alerted imminent attack from the Spanish Armada. The Donkey Sanctuary is only half an hour away in Sidmouth where there are some stunning beaches.
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2. Deluxe Chalet, Pibsbury

This holiday home with decking that sports a wood-fuelled hot tub and a sauna facility that can be arranged, sleeps seven – four in a double and twin, two on a sofa bed and the other on a single futon. The L-shaped living area incorporates the kitchen, large dining table and comfy sofas and leads outdoors to a space for alfresco dining.

The majestic cliffs and beach at West Bay that is the gateway to the Jurassic Coast is just half an hour’s drive away. There are 60 shipwrecks on the bay’s rocks and reefs making it a popular dive spot. Glastonbury Tor is 12 miles inland and a visit to the cathedral in Wells 18.5 miles away.
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3. The Retreat

This brand-new contemporary retreat sleeps six in three double bedrooms each with its own en suite. The living area incorporates a kitchen with a breakfast bar. Outdoors there is a dining area undercover and barbequing facilities. On the manicured lawn there is an open-air hot tub.

There is 120 acres of private woodland surrounding the cabin that is all yours to explore. Travel 15 minutes by car to Lytes Carey Manor and Gardens, a National Trust Property that has been in existence since the 13th century. For motorheads there is the Haynes International Motor Museum that is a 12-minute drive.
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4. Surridge Farmhouse, Waterrow

This Grade II listed farmhouse has it all with oodles of space that sleeps nine in five bedrooms and comes with its own games room and hot tub. It still retains much of its original features with half-timbered walls, exposed beams, rough-hewn posts and stone flooring. Outside there’s an alfresco dining area and an open-air hot tub.

The farmhouse is on the edge of the Exmoor National Park views of which can be seen from the tiered garden. The Somerset Levels, a special area of wetland, has a network of footpaths and cycling tracks where bittern boom in the spring and there’s murmuration of starling in winter.
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5. Starlings Roost, Aschott

This light and airy bungalow has recently undergone a renovation and now sleeps six in a king size en suite, a double and a twin. The living area leads outdoors to a space with a hot tub with breathtaking views towards Glastonbury Tor.

It is surrounded by the RSPB Ham Wall nature reserve and is adjacent to the Shapwick Heath National Nature Reserve. Mendip Hills filled with historic sites, fascinating caves and limestone hills is on your doorstep. For a beach day out, Burnham-on-Sea’s sandy beach is half an hour’s drive away.
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6. The Lodge, Lympsham

This lodge not only sleeps six humans it welcomes dogs, as well as providing stabling and a paddock for your horses. The accommodation comprises an elegant dining room and sitting room with panoramic views of the hills beyond and there are four bathrooms, two en suite, one family and one downstairs.

After a day out hacking in the glorious Mendip Hills, take time to relax in the hot tub and plan your next day out. Travel 18 minutes by car to the quaint village of Cheddar and see how cheese is made. The Cheddar Gorge also offers water sports such as paddle boarding and windsurfing.
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7. Old Rectory Cottage, Eye

This stylish detached barn conversion has a living space with sweeping glass doors bringing the Suffolk countryside in. The outdoor space has room for alfresco meals and comes with a hot tub. It has two elegantly furnished king-size bedrooms that sleep four, each with its own bathroom.

Take a walk up to Eye Castle, a motte and bailey fortress built after the 1066 Norman conquest or pick a nature trail through nearby Thetford Forest. Seven miles from Eye is the enchanting Bressingham Steam and Gardens where the youngsters can ride the train while the adults enjoy the gardens.
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8. Willows Retreat, Thetford

This retreat with its contemporary design has a futuristic feel yet blends perfectly with its lakeside surroundings. There are two bathrooms serving the two double bedrooms that sleep four. The thoroughly modern kitchen is integrated into the dining and comfy living area which is double aspect and has doors leading to the patio with BBQ and hot tub.

Visit Thetford Forest Park just east of the retreat and go for a high wire experience or explore its cycling and walking trails. The fun Dad’s Army museum in Thetford is great for rainy days. Snetterton Race Circuit is 20 minutes away or take a day trip and discover the seaside delights of Sheringham and Cromer.
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9. The Cart Lodge, Bury St Edmunds

This lazy-day luxury lodge dates back has all the trappings of a perfect retreat with lakefront decking that includes a hot tub and place for alfresco meals. The interior has been tastefully decorated throughout with the contemporary furnishing and fittings complimenting its original features. The two spacious bedrooms with a bathroom each sleep four.

You can’t stay at The Cart without trying your hand at some fishing and rods and tackle can be hired on site. Go into Bury St Edmunds and visit the Greene King brewery. Travel half an hour to Lavenham to see De Vere House, the 14th century cottage filmed as the birthplace of Harry Potter.
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The Last Word

The birthplace of Harry Potter, the magic of this county does not stop between the pages of fantasy. With its rugged coastline with its shark’s teeth and amber to its Constable-country views, Suffolk is a staycation destination that should be on all of our lists. .

From its barn conversions to cutting-edge cabins there is a perfect place for you to hang your hiking boots or park your bike. Each property, as different as it might be, has an outdoor hot tub for night sky dips and welcomes our four-legged friends too.

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