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Suffolk Hot Tub Breaks for Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays In Suffolk

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

Our fantastic dog friendly hot tub breaks in Suffolk boast glorious views of the gorgeous coastline. It is also the most easterly British county, with Lowestoft being the first town in the UK to see the sun rise every morning.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Suffolk

Suffolk is perfect for a holiday with your dog, there are so many places where pooches are welcome, you don’t have to leave them at home. Walking trails, shingle beaches and historical houses are dog-friendly here, and man’s best friend can accompany you to many of the local pubs, even at lunchtime.
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1. Pheasant Barn, Wheatacre

One of eight bar conversions on a working farm, Pheasant sleeps two in a bedroom with an en suite. There is a large open plan living space that includes a well-equipped kitchen and dining area. Outside there is a private patio with seating and a Weber BBQ and a shared hot tub and games room.

You are only half an hour’s drive from the cathedral city of Norwich. Great Yarmouth with its Victorian promenade is only a 20-minute drive away. Here you can stroll along the beach and go to the Sealife Centre that has an underground tunnel where you can shark and turtle spot.
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2. Snipe Barn, Wheatacre

Its exposed brickwork interior and overhead beams gives this barn conversion that sleeps six a cosy feel. There is a spa bath and a TV in one of the two bathrooms and outdoors there is a private space for meals alfresco or BBQing. There is a shared hot tub, gym and games room.

You can take a courtesy bicycle and explore the land on this working farm. If you are feeling energetic do the scenic Broads’ 11-mile cycling trail from Wheatacre to Burgh St Peter Staithe. The Norfolk coast is only half an hour away where you can visit Sherringham and Great Yarmouth.
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3. Partridge Barn, Wheatacre

A farm produce hamper and flowers welcome you to this barn conversion that sleeps two in a king-size bedroom that has a luxury en suite. The open plan living area with its high beams leads out to a private space where you can enjoy your morning coffee or eat alfresco. A hot tub, gym and games room is shared with the other seven conversions.

When you are not using the farm’s courtesy bikes to explore this working farm or doing coarse fishing in its well-stocked lake, then there are a number of cycling and walking trails in the area to choose from. Southwold with its seaside pier is just half an hour a way where you can go crabbing at nearby Walberwick Beach
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4. Waveney Cottage, Harleston

A traditional thatched stone cottage sleeping four it has all the mod cons to make for a perfect self-catering staycation. There’s a free standing bedroom bath upstairs and the eat-in kitchen has Miele appliances and wood-burning range. Outside there is an enclosed garden and a hot tub to relax in under the stars.

For a spot of carp or roach fishing walk to 35-acre Homerfield Lake set in 70 acres of land. Less than three miles down the road is the Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum with ten different areas devoted to a special part of air-related interests. The Camel Park Oasis is half an hour away.
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5. Seaview, Lowestoft

Just twenty yards from Pakefield Beach, Seaview has three bedrooms, a double and two twins that sleep six. The modern kitchen has granite tops and the living space incorporates a dining room table and chairs. Outdoors in the fresh sea air you can relax in your own private hot tub.

Try your hand at surfing on the beach outside your door or simply walk the miles of golden sand to enjoy the east coast shoreline. Visit Pleasurewood Hills Family Theme Park set across 59 acres of land or grab a vintage tram ride at Lowestoft’s East Anglia Transport Museum.
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6. River View, Brantham

This ground-floor holiday home is not short on space and sleeps nine in five bedrooms. The kitchen is well-equipped to serve a full house and there is room for everyone to relax. The living area’s wide double doors open up onto a patio where you can enjoy the commanding views from the depths of a hot tub.

You are in Constable country here with the artist growing up in neighbouring East Bergholt. Take a trip to Alton Water, a reservoir that has its fair share of nature trails. You are 15 minutes either way between the coastal town of Ipswich and the Roman city of Colchester.
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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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Properties By The Coast & Beach

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Cheap Weekend Breaks

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1-2 Night Self Catering

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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