Discover the best dog friendly holidays with hot tubs in the UK. If you’re looking for a relaxing break and a range of areas surrounded by stunning landscapes and unusual paths, then these dog friendly hot tub stays are ideal for you and your four-legged friend.
Dog friendly cottages with hot tubs are the most popular types of hot tub holidays you will find in the UK. Holiday cottages in the UK are scrambling to get these hot tubs and Jacuzzi spas installed. They’ve come to realise that visitors are way more likely to book their holiday homes if they have a hot tub listed with their cottage.
Over the last ten years, there has been a massive influx of lodges with hot tubs coming into the UK holiday market. Before then, it was almost unheard of to find these wooden Scandinavian type chalets, and very few included a private hot tub. Now they are becoming the number one choice for staycations across the UK. You can usually find pet friendly log cabins near you on holiday parks and private land and can often be booked by groups as availability is not a problem.
Hot Tub cottages and romance go hand in hand. Nearly all the dog friendly hot tub cottages that sleep two out there are positioning themselves as romantic getaways. Rural and secluded properties with no one to bother you and miles upon miles of dog walk for you and your canine companion.
Most of the cottages with hot tubs we cover come under the banner of family-friendly. Usually sized around 2-3 bedrooms and reasonably priced, you’re guaranteed to find a good deal on this type of hot tub holiday cottage. Expect to see them dotted around some of the most popular villages and market towns and hidden away in the lush countryside we have.
Cottages with private hot tubs and sea views are available up and down the UK coastline, usually found in quaint fishing villages. A far cry from the famous countryside holidays most associated with dog-friendly hot tub breaks. Get ready for fish and chips, market town walks and plenty of sea air at these magnificent pet-friendly coastal cottages.
This gorgeous family ground floor cottage has everything you need for a lovely mini-break. A hot tub, off-road parking and garden patio area.
Discover North Yorkshire explore the Dales, North York Moors or even the endless seaside resorts up and down the coast. Each of these will provide miles of walking routes, cycling trails and outdoor activities for both you and your pet. Cottage owners here are benefiting hugely from the popularity of the area.
Home to a stunning National Park with miles of open walking trails and cycling routes your pet will no doubt love. It also has an endless amount of pet-friendly hot tub properties available to rent. Visit some of the quirky villages like Ashford-in-the-Water, Bakewell and Castleton. The pubs and cafes in the area cater to dogs and often provide fresh water bowls and outside sitting spots in the warmer months.
A destination of outstanding natural beauty this place has something for all comers. Whether peace and quiet is your thing, or you are an adventure and activity family then mountains and coastline here will not disappoint. Covering a large part of North Wales you can find an unlimited amount of spectacular Snowdonia cottages with private jacuzzi’s.
You can expect to find facilities like an enclosed garden or patio with these properties, and they are usually not on holiday parks. In contrast, holidays with hot tubs are found in larger parks and are perfect for couples or small families.
At DFG, we dig out the best hot tub breaks across the UK.
You can find a holiday home in rural locations perfect for those that love miles of countryside views and woodland forest with their pet.
The city breaks are ideal for groups and families looking to do some sightseeing, shopping and sample the nightlife.
This is a commonly asked question for all cottages. It is always down to the owner’s discretion. On arrival, most rental properties provide a list of rules and a list of local things to do. Here it will stipulate what you can and can’t do with the property and whether the dog can be left.