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Windermere Hot Tub Breaks for Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays in Windermere

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

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Windermere

Our dog friendly hot tub breaks in Windermere are some of our most popular choices, and it’s easy to see why. It is an area packed with superb outdoor activities, around the biggest body of fresh water in England. It sits in the heart of the Lake District National Park, surrounded by mountains, rivers and views for hundreds of miles around.

The unspoiled natural landscape is perfect for pets and families to explore.
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1. Woodlands Family Retreat, Bowness-on-Windermere

This family retreat with a distinct boutique décor feel has three bedrooms, two with shower ensuites and sleeps six. Its features include dramatic backlit spliced log-effect headboards and a TV snug, ideal for playing video games. There is an open-air hot tub for relaxation under the stars.

The retreat is in a quiet cul-de-sac just five minutes outside bustling Bowness-on-Windermere. While the more sedate in the party enjoy visiting Beatrix Potter’s Hilltop House, the others can skip a boat that takes up to four crew and gives you the opportunity to navigate the 5 square miles of Lake Windermere.
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2. Waternook, Ullswater

Not even 5-star hotels come this good and the lavish welcome hamper is just for starters. This jewel in Ullswater’s crown sleeps 12 in six bedrooms, all en suite with monsoon or raindrop showers. It has a wellness spa with sauna and gym, authentic cinema room and a waterfall-effect hot tub on a yoga infinity terrace.

On the banks of Ullswater, the prettiest of England’s lakes, this grand getaway is set in 26 acres of private land giving you half a mile of lakeside access with your own boathouse and jetty. If you can tear yourself away from this utopia, Ullswater offers a selection of walking and cycling trails and water sports.
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3. Howbarrow Farm Cottage, Cartmel

This cowshed has been lovingly converted into a cottage that sleeps two under a star-scape skylight. The downstairs living area has a log-burning stove and a separate kitchen. This bijou retreat that’s on an organic farm comes with the added bonus of private use of an endless indoor pool and hot tub.

A scenic mile and a half walk will find you in the medieval village of Cartmel famous for its sticky toffee pudding, cheeses and racecourse. Visit the priory there to step back in time. For the adventurous there is Lakeland Segway that will take you along breath-taking routes through the woodland and along the waterfront.
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4. Mountain Cottage, Coniston

This delightfully rustic cottage with unsurpassed views of the Old Man of Coniston is a hiker’s haven that sleeps four in two bedrooms both en suite. Outside, in the brisk mountain air, you can view the snow-capped peaks of the fells from the depth of a warm bubbly hot tub.

The quickest route up 2,500ft Old Man of Coniston is the 2.5 mile ascent that should take about two and a half hours. From this vantage point on a clear day you can see Morecambe Bay, 42 miles away. Coniston Water below the cottage has a steam gondola lake trips for the less energetic.
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5. Gatesgarth, Coniston

Winner of the 2020 Best Residential Build at the Northern Design Awards this opulent holiday home with the Old Man of Coniston as a backdrop sleeps eight in four bedrooms, all en suite. It has a hi-spec outdoor area complete with BBQ, dining table and chairs and a hot tub.

Coniston Water is under a mile away where you will find a choice of activities from kayaking to cruising. With the Old Man of Coniston being so omnipresent you might consider choosing a trail to the top that best suits your fitness levels. Ambleside on Lake Windermere is a 15-minute drive away.
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6. 22 Thirlmere

Located on the banks of Lake Windermere this log cabin that sleeps six blends in perfectly with its surroundings. The wraparound decking is geared towards R&R with a roomy hot tub and comfortable seating for alfresco dining. Inside, the pitched-glass frontage lets the light flood in to the open plan living area.

There is an on-site indoor heated swimming pool, bar, games and a marina with boat launches. Within walking distance is Brockhole that has tree top adventure course for the younger set. Spend a lazy day out on steam gondola or choose a more challenging activity such as wind surfing or water skiing.
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7. The Lodge, Bouth

This detached stone cottage’s setting and cosy interior will rekindle or ignite any romance. It sleeps two in a bedroom with a view. The elevated stand-alone deck goes one better with unparalleled vistas from the seating and bathtub. Inside there’s a well-equipped kitchen and open plan dining and seating space.

A drive up the Rusland Valley will take you to the quaint village of Hawkshead and to Beatrix Potter’s Hill Top House. From here you can also catch the car ferry and cruise across Lake Windermere to Ambleside. Walk the mile to High Sweden Bridge, a popular spot for romantics to pop the question.
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8. Thirlmere 16, Lake Windermere

Ideal for young families, this timber lodge has a twin with bunk beds and a king size bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe and en suite. It comfortably sleeps four and has a spacious living area that leads onto decking with a private hot tub and space for alfresco dining.

There is an indoor swimming pool and jetty on the lake right outside the lodge. An old steam train runs between Haverthwaite, Newby Bridge and Lakeside Pier. Jump abroad for some novel lake sightseeing. The Lakes Aquarium and Motor Museum are excellent for rainy days and Ambleside is in walking distance too.
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9. Woodland Retreat, Lake Windermere

You would go a long way to find a better Lake District setting than this. Nestled in woodland and overlooking Lake Windermere, it 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 outdoor dining.

Perfect for families, this location is on the site of a luxury leisure park that comes complete with an indoor heated swimming pool, games area and a marina where you can launch your boat. Nearby is the Lakeland Wildlife Oasis in Milnthorpe where you can see everything from starfish to snakes to snow leopards.
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The Last Word

It is a little misleading to call this area the Lake District because besides its swathes of water there are also great peaks, fells and valleys. It’s not surprising that artists such as Turner and poets such as Wordsworth have all fallen in love with its sheer beauty.

With four Michelin star restaurants in the Lake District, it is a foodies heaven and birthplace of the humble sticky toffee pudding and renowned for its Kendal Mint Cake. Wherever you choose to stay the cherry on top has to be the luxury of a glorious soak in a hot tub which each holiday home, bijou or majestic, boasts.

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