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Warwickshire Hot Tub Breaks For Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays Warwickshire

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

Warwickshire is in the heart of England and is also known as Shakespeare’s county. It is well known for the quaint market towns. When browsing our dog friendly hot tub breaks in Warwickshire, you will be impressed with the pretty market towns, charming villages and breath taking scenery that are all within a stones throw of the properties.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Warwickshire

It’s a popular destination for those wanting to learn more about England’s rich history while enjoying the local hospitality. There is a wide variety of accommodation offering hot tubs including places where you can take your pet with you.
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1. Summer House, Deerhurst Walton

This fairy tale-style cabin sleeps two with a spacious bathroom that comes with a roll-top freestanding bath and a spacious walk-in shower. Outside there’s space for outdoor meals and a hot tub to relax in. There is also an onsite 40ft indoor heated pool and a sauna.

Surrounded by the Cotswold and Malvern Hills this is walkers’ country taking you through honey-coloured villages, up ancient hill forts, Neolithic barrows and along the banks of the Severn. The Jet Age Museum is only a 15-minute drive away and is home to aircraft, aero engines and cockpits.
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2. Willow, Stonton Wyville

This A-frame cabin surrounded by meadows and woodland sleeps two. The double bed is nestled in the pitch of the roof on a mezzanine level and overlooks the living space. Outside is a porch for sheltered alfresco dining and a hot tub for relaxing.

Take a walk up to Stonton’s Knave Hill, an excavation site where Iron and Bronze settlements, as well as Roman were discovered by TV4’s Time Team. Make a day of visiting Rutland Water, famed for its antiques and stop in Melton Mowbray to stock up on its iconic pork pies.
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3. Ronaldsay, Upper Sapey

This is wooden lodge that sleeps four benefits not only from three acres of wildflower meadow outside its door but a AA Rosette restaurant too. The open plan kitchen and living space is full of light from the floor to ceiling glass frontage and outside there is a private hot tub.

Treat yourself to a special meal at the Baiting Inn, an award-winning pub on the property. Combine history and health by take the 12-minute drive to Lower Brockhampton, a 14th century restored manor house surrounded by 700 acres of woodland that is great for walks and cycling.
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4. The Cottage, Kempley

Character and contemporary design combine in this refurbished baker’s house that sleeps four in two bedrooms. The wooden floors and exposed brick and rafter features are complemented by modern additions such as a stainless-steel chef’s kitchen. Outside there’s seating in an enclosed porch and the hot tub is housed the old coach house.

Visit St Edward’s church in the village which was made using red sandstone from the Forest of Dean and oak from the Beauchamp estate. Take the scenic three-mile walk to Much Marcle for a guided tour the house and gardens of Hellens, said to be one of the oldest manor houses in the land.
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5. Danby Lodge, Broadwell

This stone lodge sleeps four in two bedrooms, one a double and the other a twin. It has an open-plan kitchen, dining and living area that has doors leading outside to a patio with a stone-built BBQ and space for alfresco meals. There is also a hot tub in a gazebo and a sauna.

Broadwell with a stream running through it has the largest village green in the Cotswolds. Walk the two miles to Puzzlewood for a magical day out in the Forest of Dean. Explore its maze of twisted roots and pathways through moss-covered rocks to see why it features in Merlin and Jack the Giant Killer.
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6. Lower Lodge Barn, Alcester

This is a cutting-edge conversion turning a farm outbuilding into a work of architecture that sleeps eight in its four bedrooms. The bedrooms and living area have bi-fold doors letting the inside in and outdoors there is ample space for eating alfresco and BBQing.

When you are not soaking in the private hot tub savouring the fresh air of the 550 acre farm there are plenty of things to do further afield. Hardstanding tracks, ideal for dog walking and cycling, link up to Oversley Wood that is renowned for its bluebells in Spring.
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7. Clearbrook Barn, Bicester

Set on three acres of formal gardens, babbling brook, hot tub and alfresco dining hut, this is honeymoon heaven obviously only sleeps two. The barn’s interior is a triumph of cutting edge meets country charm, the glass staircase and exposed original rafters above the luxuriant four-poster bed is a case in point.

For some retail therapy then charming Bicester Village is a 10-minute drive. About 40 minutes by car will find you in the most romantic town in England, Stratford-upon-Avon, home to Williiam Shakespeare. You won’t have to travel far to Ludgershall Castle and Cross, once home to the Sheriff of Wiltshire.
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8. Garden Spa, Bourton-on-the-Water

This tastefully decorated bungle in prime position in the heart of Cotwold’s most popular village and sleeps four in two bedrooms. It has a modern eat-in kitchen that leads you to an established garden where there is a place to enjoy meals under open skies or relax in the hot tub.

There is a lot to see in Bourton before you decide to travel further afield. There is Birdland, home to England’s only breeding group of King Penguins; the Motor Museum for petrolheads; and Model Village for the younger set.
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9. Cherry Hill House, Chipping Campden

With all the advantages of a new-build this Cotswold stone holiday home retains the character of its surroundings. It sleeps eight in four tastefully furnished bedrooms with plenty of space downstairs around the large dining room table and sitting room. On the patio there is a spot of BBQing and a hot tub.

Chipping Campden’s high street, almost untouched since the 1930s, is a tourist attraction. Hidcote Manor, one of the UK’s best displays of the Art and Craft Movement gardens is four miles away. Stratford-upon -Avon, home to William Shakespeare is only half an hour’s drive away where you can visit his home in Henley Street.
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Warwickshire has a slice of the Cotswolds, one of the prettiest regions of our fair land and it goes one step better by laying claim to the crown of being the most romantic town in England, Stratford-upon-Avon. It also has moss-covered gullies and underground caves in ancient woodland and peaks where on a clear day you can see countless counties.

This diverse county is charming and enchanting; challenging and characterful, where there is more than one area for everyone. The area you decided on for your break is going to tick all these boxes and more with each of the featured properties providing the ultimate in holiday luxury, a relaxing hot tub.

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