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Hand-Picked South West Hot Tub Stays

When it comes to taking your pets on breaks away in the UK, there are few better corners of the country than the South West. There’s everything you want down here – pet friendly beach walks, historic castles and heritage scenery, rolling countryside and more.

Therefore, finding your own South West cabins with private hot tubs – which are also pet friendly – should be at the top of your agenda when holidaying down here. Our selection of dog friendly hot tub stays in the South West offer fantastic access to the best pets welcome scenes the region has available.

Go on a tour of some genuinely fascinating historic sites with your pet, and head back to a hot tub to bubble the day away. 

Choose Your Location

In our personal opinion, the South West is a truly magnificent corner of the UK to go holidaying with your pet. From Devon to Dorset to Cornwall – and everywhere in between – there’s a reason why the coast and country scenes down here always remain so popular. Choose your location below.

About South West Holidays with Dogs

Devon and Dorset are, of course, well known for their family friendly adventures and their rugged coastline walks. What could be better for you and your four legged friend?

This end of the country really does bring together the best of countryside and coast. For that reason, taking a short break in your own holiday lodge or log cabin can really help to bring the whole experience together.

Whether you’re exploring ancient Exeter, bright Bournemouth or creative Cornwall, there are always things to see and do with your pets and fellow guests.

Be sure to check out our full list of South West hot tub holidays and hunt down your perfect breakaway spot. 

7 top places you and your pup can enjoy together:

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Durlston Country Park

If you’re serious about showing your dog the best of the South West countryside, this fantastic park resort is a great place to start.

Offering more than 280 acres of glorious meadowland, woods and habitats for all kinds of birds, critters and flowers, it’s a brilliant holiday escape into nature that backs onto the majestic Jurassic Coast.

Durlston Park is a great place to visit after you’ve shown your dog the best of the Jurassic Coast trail – one of the true rural highlights of Devon and Dorset.  

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Blue Pool

Based in the Isle of Purbeck, this curiously-named feature of the South West is actually found deep in the Wareham woodland. Close to the popular ancient site of Corfe Castle and its connecting down, this is an amazing natural clay pool that’s home to all kinds of woodland critters.

The surrounding woods are also amazing to trail with pets. All you need to do is hunt down the best hot tub breaks nearby, and find yourself a log cabin holiday break you and your pet can enjoy. This really is one of the best woodland sights in the South West. 

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Goldsmiths Treasure Park

Goldsmiths Treasure Park is a much-loved family attraction that’s the staple of many a holiday in the UK. Based down in Cornwall, this holidaying staple offers you dog friendly strolls and activities, as well as indoor zones and plenty of entertainment for the kids.

What really makes this attraction a great spot for Cornwall pet holidays is the fact that there are eateries here that welcome dogs! Leave the hot tubs behind for a while and come on down for some authentic Cornish fun. You won’t have to leave your dog behind, either! 

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Becky Falls

Becky Falls is one of our favourite visitor attractions in the South West, offering family facilities and incredible woodland walks. If you’re one of several people exploring the region looking for the heart of the forest scene, then make sure to head out towards Newton Abbott.

Great for dogs, leave the rugged coastline behind for a while and take on these pleasant, leisurely wooded strolls. There are some brilliant country views to experience here, too – and the heart of the forest is a really romantic spot for couples. Book a lodge close by and take in the forest views for yourself. 

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The English Riviera

If your only experience of Torquay stems from watching repeats of Fawlty Towers, then get ready to sample this brilliant seaside town – and the wonderful English Riviera – up close.

Great for pet lovers as well as families, there are scores of beaches and nooks along the Riviera, meaning that booking properties within 5 miles or so of these stretches will give you an amazing coastal base.

Couples, pet lovers and more head to the beaches of the Riviera purely for the views, but getting in some of that glorious ocean air really doesn’t hurt, either. Make sure to book in a lodge from our list to get the best access to the beaches!  

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Christchurch Castle

Down near the coastal resorts of Poole and Bournemouth is the wonderful Christchurch – famous for its amazing castle. Christchurch Castle is an ancient wonder dating back to the 1100s, and while only ruins remain here, it’s a brilliant historic breakaway point if you’re fascinated by all things distant past.

This Norman stronghold hasn’t been in use for centuries, but the ruins and grounds make for some wonderful walks for 1 mile or more. It’s well worth looking for properties nearby so you can come and search across the ruin views for yourself. Stretch your legs and head back to a log cabin with your own private hot tub, ready for the next adventure. 

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Poole Park

All of this talk of hot tub breaks and log cabins – why not take some time out in the South West to go explore some natural bodies of water? The South West is home to some fantastic lakeside and waterway strolls, and Poole Park is likely to be at the top of many buycket lists for the region.

Poole Park is based opposite the famous town harbour and offers a 100 acre patch of conservation land, offering wonderful greenery and waterway views.

It’s one of the best areas in the South West to go birdwatching, and regardless of whether you book log cabins or chalets nearby, it’s a brilliant hotpot for holidaying. 

The Last Word

Now’s the time, therefore, to start looking for dog friendly hot tub escapes in the South West. While you’re at it, why not look for log cabins with hot tubs? A private hot tub and an authentic log cabin surround – with your own enclosed garden backing onto the best of Devon and Dorset views – could really seal the deal.

We’ve taken the time to look for pet welcoming hot tub breaks away in the South West. Whether you’re keen on Devon or simply exploring the history of cities such as Exeter – or want to explore Torquay for yourself – the hot tub properties we’ve found for you here will more than tick the right boxes.

Take your dog on a wonderful holiday journey down into the South West – and enjoy the views as well as your own private hot tub. 

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