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Worcestershire Hot Tub Breaks For Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays Worcestershire

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

Leave your troubles behind you and book one of our sought after dog friendly hot tub breaks in Worcestershire. Stay in a cabin, lodge or cottage with a relaxing hot tub. You will even find accommodation that welcomes dogs so you don’t have to leave yours behind

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Worcestershire

Whatever you are looking for in a holiday; be it a fun-filled family break, celebrating an anniversary or special occasion, a weekend away to unwind or a romantic holiday for two, you will find Worcestershire cottages whatever your budget.
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1. Mountainview Lodge, Knowlegate

This is what getting away from it all is all about as this lodge nestled in a peaceful woodland estate proves. It sleeps four in two bedrooms with a shared bathroom as well as a WC and basin. Outside on the decking is a wood-fired hot tub, BBQ, clay pizza oven and alfresco dining set.
From the wraparound decking you can see six counties providing you with a taste of the landscape you can be part of. Severn Valley Quad Trekking leaves from Cleobury Mortimer seven miles away and takes you through four miles of breath-taking scenery, with smaller bikes for the younger set. Ludlow Castle is an 18-minute drive away.
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2. Hillside Lodge, Bedlam

This wooden clad lodge sleeps four in two tastefully furnished bedrooms. Patio doors from the open plan kitchen living area lead out to an entertainment area second-to-none. Here the wow factor continues with a separate cabin complete with dining table, comfy seating and barbeque kitchen facilities leading to an undercover hot tub.

For water sport fans you can rent a kayak or canoe at nearby Ironbridge and paddle up the River Severn. Here you will pass the Bedlam Furnaces, one of the most important industrial monuments on the Iron Bridge Gorge World Heritage Site. Ludlow with its 13th century castle is 10 minutes by car.
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3. Stoney Brook Lodge, Clee Hill

From a covered open-fronted entertainment area with log burner, alfresco BBQ kitchen and comfy seating take in the panoramic views of the Shropshire Hills. Better still it can be enjoyed from the depths of the hot tub. Naturally, there is the indoor option of cooking, dining and relaxing and retiring to the two bedrooms that sleep four.

A 10-minute drive will see you in the historic town of Ludlow and home to a 13th century castle. A further 10 minute-drive will find you at Berrington Hall with Capability Brown designed gardens. Keen cyclists can take on the five-mile summit of Clee Hill that even ranks internationally.
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4. The Wainhouse, Bockleton

This farm building conversion has oodles of space, sleeping 10 in five bedrooms, some with direct access to the courtyard. Inside there is a well-equipped kitchen, breakfast bar and 10-seater table. Other than the main sitting room there is also a snug. Outside there is room for BBQing and a large hot tub.

The spa town of Tenbury Wells is just 3.5 miles away with its chocolate box building facades and independent shops. Travel 40 minutes by car to be wowed by a West Midlands Safari Park experience. From giraffe and zebra to elephants, lions and tigers the park is worthy of a full day out.
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5. Wood Cottage, Bockleton

A spacious holiday home on a working farm, it sleeps 10 in five bedrooms with three bathrooms. Ideal for extended families or friends, it has two comfy seating areas. Outside there is a children’s playground complete with trampoline and in the courtyard, there is a hot tub and place for BBQing.

Drive 15 minutes to Tenbury Wells and to the Arley Arboretum that has something for everyone. It is the maze and adventure trails for the young ones and the grounds with its Italian and Magnolia gardens and 300 species of trees for the adults. The West Midland Safari Park with 165 species of animals is a 40-minute drive away.
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6. Hilltop House, Tenbury Wells

It is to the manor born for the guests of this home that sleeps 20 in 10 bedrooms over three floors. Features such as AGA stove, large open fireplaces, roll top freestanding baths, a games room, landscaped garden, pool, and hot tub are just a few luxuries you will be treated to.

Tenbury’s Regal Cinema is worth a visit even if its just to marvel at its post-deco façade and interior. There is a mix of cinema and live shows such as the festive season panto. Take the 1.6 mile walk around this “town in an orchard” that showcases its history and architecture.
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7. The Cruck Barn, Broadwas

One of the only a few cruck structures remaining in the UK, the original bowed timber roof supports and half-timber walls have been retained. It sleeps six in three bedrooms, one en suite. Outside there is an all-weather open-sided structure with lounge and dining furniture, a gas-fired BBQ, and a hot tub.

For train enthusiasts take the 16-mile Severn Valley steam train trip from Kidderminster to Bridgnorth that can be done on a hop-on-hop-off basis. A 17-minute car ride will see you in Worcester where the magnificent cathedral towers over the city, burial place of King John, Richard The Lionheart’s brother.
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8. The Malvern Chestnut Lodge, Martley

Nestled in theme Valley this luxury lodge sleeps eight in four bedrooms, each with its own bathroom and overlooks wildlife ponds teeming with life. The sweeping stone patio hugs the timber-framed retreat offering plenty of space for relaxing in the hot tub, BBQing, and dining alfresco.

From the elevated view of the undulating hills you can almost see where you will be walking or cycling. The Martley Walk, 3.5 miles of the Teme Valley trail takes you to St Peter’s Church that boasts some of the finest medieval paintings in the UK and along the Geopark Way.
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9. The Malvern Chaff House, Martley

Attached to the main house with its own private entrance and garden this luxury retreat sleeps six in three bedrooms, each with their own bathroom. There is a cosy wood burner in the living room that has double doors leading out to a patio and garden with a BBQ dining space and a hot tub.

This is keen coarse anglers’ heaven with a pool stocked with carp, Rudd and Trench. There is an on-site games room and you can book a holistic therapy with the owner. Exploring the Malvern Hills is a must and cyclists can do part of the Teme Valley trail, the Cleobury Mortimer 8.5-mile route.
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Whether it is cycling or walking in the Malvern Hills, discovering the waterways, poring over Medieval paintings in rural churches or marvelling at a cathedral, Worcestershire guarantees to enchant you.

One thing’s for sure that when you return from your wild animal safari or a performance in a vintage cinema the warm bubbles of a hot tub awaits your return.

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