Search the very best dog friendly Newcastle hot tub holidays, including weekend lodge breaks, secluded log cabins, and countryside farmhouse cottages. All with private hot tubs and pets welcome.
A thriving city, our dog friendly hot tub breaks in Newcastle allow you to explore all it has to offer. It is an area suffused with unsurpassed countryside, hundreds of miles of sandy beaches and countless outdoor activities. The area stretches from the banks of the River Tyne to the Scottish Borders, and has everything you could ever need to recharge your batteries.
You and your furry friend can enjoy the everyday life of a working farm, or take up residence at the coast, with unbroken views of the North Sea on your doorstep. Both pooch and people alike will be spoilt for choice of places to eat, drink and relax throughout your stay in Newcastle.
This contemporary barn conversion that incorporates its original stone walls into the interior is all about light and its three bedrooms, some with skylights, sleep six. There are two stylish bathrooms, one with a freestanding roll top bath, and the outdoor area equipped for alfresco dining has a covered hot tub.
You are in Ireshopeburn in the heart of the North Pennines, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with access to walking and cycling trails. The Weardale Adventure Centre in the village offers caving, gorge walking, rock climbing, canoeing and swimming. A more sedate option is a visit to the Weardale Museum to discover the area’s mining history.
This contemporary retreat with hi-spec Scandinavian finishes and fixtures, including an outdoor hot tub, sleeps six. There’s a welcome hamper guests on arrival in a well-equipped kitchen that is incorporated into the dining and living area which has a log burning stove. Beside the hot tub outside there is a BBQ and alfresco dining patio.
You are just half an hour’s drive from Durham where you will find a medieval castle, a Norman cathedral and one of the country’s oldest universities. In Witton Gilbert the disused railway line forms part of a National Cycle Trail Route. Start off here and you can explore the North Pennines on foot or by bike.
This period cottage sleeps eight and retains much of its original features such as the flagstone floor and exposed stone walls, brick. The four bedrooms are especially spacious, some with sofas and soft seating and one with a log burning stove. A patio from the living room has a BBQ, dining furniture and a hot tub.
Durham is only three miles away and no visit to the area would be complete without a day in the city with its Norman cathedral, age-old university and 11th century castle. On the outskirts of the city is the Durham University Botanical Gardens set in 25 acres of woodland.
This barn conversion that sleeps two is an elegant romantic retreat with a four-poster bed, free standing bath and a living area that leads out to a country garden with meadow views that you can enjoy from the depths of the wood burning hot tub.
You are in Catherine Cookson country, close not only to Durham but the market towns of Hexham and Corbridge where many of her novels are set. The Derwent Reservoirs are popular with anglers where you can hire a boat and buy day permits to fly fish for trout or do some coarse fishing.
Immerse yourself in warm bubbles of the wood-fired hot under the best night skies in the country and breath in clear air at this stone cottage that sleeps seven in three tastefully decorated bedrooms. There is plenty of space with a country kitchen table as well as a formal dining area.
This working farm location is ideal for an action-packed break with Waskerly Way passing close by. The 9.7 miles trail is also popular with walkers and passing through upland sheep farms and heather moorland. Hadrian’s Wall and Northumberland National Park are also close. Durham is 12 miles away where you can visit the castle and cathedral.
Every destination has nature at its forefront and in each you can enjoy the area’s world-renowned star-studded night sky after an invigorating day in a relaxing hot tub. From the white sandy beaches near South Shields right up to the Pennines you will have a dizzy selection of what to do.
With breath-taking country all around you and plenty of outdoor activities to keep everyone occupied, don’t forget that there are some great city destinations on the doorstep too. Historic Durham and Newcastle are just two examples of how you can blend your rural break with some city centre exploring.
If you want more choices, see our North of England page.