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Troutbeck Hot Tub Breaks for Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays In Troutbeck

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

Troutbeck is an area full of charm in natural surroundings crammed with cottages and exciting outdoor activities. It stands on a high pass overlooking Lake Windermere to its west, and is perfectly placed to access many of the world famous natural wonders and visitor attractions in this part of the Lake District National Park.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Troutbeck

Dogs are welcome in the area. Dog friendly hot tub breaks in Troutbeck have an abundance of walks, cycling routes and fishing spots all on the doorstep.
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1. Beech Cottage, Skelwith

Beech Cottage is a quintessential Lakeland cottage that sleeps six with a log burner in the inglenook fireplace and beams throughout. In a courtyard that overlooks the English country garden there is a hot tub for long soaks after a day out on the Lakes.

Ambleside is just over a mile from Skelwith and here you can start a scenic 2.5 hour walk that takes you up Loughrigg Fell for breathtaking views of the Lakes below. Spoil yourself to a lunch cruise on the Lakes on one of the steamboats that leave from Ambleside.
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2. The Low Farm, Ulpha

This 17th century traditional stone longhouse sleeps nine with four spacious bedrooms, two sitting rooms and a downstairs cloakroom. It retains original features such as wood panelled walls and a Lake-stone porch. Outside you can enjoy spectacular views from the depths of a wood-fired hot tub and there is a BBQ area for alfresco meals.
With spectacular views over Duddon Valley, you are near Coniston Water with hiking, walking and cycling routes on every turn. The Stepping Stones and Ulpha Bridge are popular for swimming and picnicking, favourite spots of poet William Wordsworth. You can apply for day permits to fish on the River Duddon and Devoke Water.
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3. Woodlands Family Retreat, Bowness-on-Windermere

This tastefully decorated family retreat has three bedrooms, two with shower ensuites and sleeps six. Features include full length mirror sliding wardrobe doors and stone bath tiles. Outside there is a hot tub for relaxation under the stars and a glass-topped tree trunk table for alfresco dining.

The retreat is just five minutes outside Bowness-on-Windermere, which is great for all things water sport. While the more sedate in the party enjoy visiting Beatrix Potter’s Hilltop House or Wordsworth cottage the others can learn how to paddle board or hire a boat to sail Lake Windermere.
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4. Spiral Steps Lodge, White Cross Bay

With rooftop balcony accessed by a spiral staircase this ideal family retreat boasts far-reaching views toward Lake Windermere and the fells. On the raised decking outside there is a hot tub and room to take your meals. The bedrooms, one king-size and a twin, sleep four and there are two bathrooms, one en suite.

You are a five-minute walk to Brockhole with its tree trek adventure that’s ideal for the younger set. Drive five minutes or take the 40-minute lakeside walk to Ambleside where you can catch a boat to neo-gothic Wray Castle renowned for its tree specimens such as redwood and weeping lime.
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5. Cunsey Lodge, Graythwaite

With an elevated position on a private estate, this luxury retreat has a patio where you can take in views of Lake Windermere from a hot tub. Woodland forms a backdrop to this exceptional outdoor area where you can BBQ and eat alfresco. The four bedrooms that sleep eight each benefit from an en suite.

This secluded property has its own 2.5 trout fishing lake, ideal for fly fishing and leisurely strolls. Neighbouring Grizedale Forest has cycling and walking trails. For a more daring option there is nearby Graythwaite Adventures that offers 4X4 off-road driving, axe-throwing and water sports such as paddle-boarding and wake surfing.
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6. Gatesgarth, Coniston

Designed by an award-winning architect this high-end holiday home that sleeps eight with four bathrooms en suite uses locally sourced skills and materials. The bespoke kitchen is a chef’s dream and the glass frontage leads to decking with BBQ, alfresco dining space and hot tub.

Coniston Water is under a mile away where you will find a choice of activities from kayaking to cruising. The Old Man of Coniston is an imposing backdrop, challenging you to choose a trail to reach the 2,300ft summit. The village of Coniston with the Ruskin Museum is in walking distance.
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7. Wansfell View, Troutbeck

This single-storey lodge sleeps six with three bedrooms, including one with an en suite and a walk-in wardrobe. The spacious open plan living area has French doors opening onto a decking with a hot tub and plenty of space for outdoor meals and socialising

The lodge lies within a park that has a real ale pub onsite, as well as pony trekking and a dog walking field and woodland. Cycling and hiking trails leave from the Mortal Man in Troutbeck village, a 10-minute walk away. While you are there visit Jesus Church famous for its stained glass windows.
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8. Thirlmere 16, Lake Windermere

Ideal for young families this timber lodge sleeps four with two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a dressing room to boot. The spacious living area opens up onto decking equipped for meals out in the open air. There is also an enclosed hot tub to relax in after energetic days out on the Lakes.

There is a boat launch outside the lodge, although there are stops along the way where you can pick up passenger boats that will do the hard work for you. The Lakes Aquarium at Ullster is great to see fieldmice, otters and fish such as pike and thornback ray.
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9. Woodland Retreat, Lake Windermere

Nestled in woodland and overlooking Lake Windermere this luxury log cabin sleeps six in three bedrooms. The living area with an integrated kitchen and dining space opens up onto raised decking with a hot tub and place for sundowners and alfresco meals.

This retreat is on the site of a luxury leisure park that comes complete with an indoor heated swimming pool and games area. Ambleside is a five-minute drive away or you can take a leisurely 40-minute stroll. Nearby is the Lakeland Wildlife Oasis in Milnthorpe and the Lakes Aquarium.
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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

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After the lakeside hustle and bustle Troutbeck is a more tranquil option and is rated as the prettiest of all the Lakeland valleys. The scenery is positively pastoral with rolling hills, babbling brooks, streams shimmering in the sunlight and sheep grazing on its slopes.

The Troutbeck collection offers everything from a gated estate with its own trout lake to a 300-year-old longhouse with a wildlife garden. There’s luxury lodges and log cabins; brand-new builds and charming cottages, each providing hot tubs where guests can savour their surroundings immersed in a perpetual trail of warm bubbles.

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