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Try Something Different with the Holiday Cottages with Hot Tubs

by Daisy Smith - 14:52 on 05 July 2013

holiday cottages with hot tubsIf you want to try a different type of self catering holiday then you might like the holiday cottages with hot tubs. The cottage with a hot tub is the ideal spot to relax and unwind and you will have plenty of peace and quiet and a selection of acccommodations throughout the UK.

You might like to choose a quiet countryside cottage with views over some of the most beautiful and natural areas of the UK. Or if you are a seaside lover then how about a cottage with sea views you can admire from the hot tub?

There are cottages all over the UK and lots more now have hot tubs than ever before. The romantic weekend breaks in a cottage with hot tub are some of the most popular. Choose to stay over 2 or 3 nights and enjoy a relaxing break in rustic cottage accommodations. Some of the areas people enjoy staying in the most include:-

  • The Lake District
  • Peak District
  • Devon and Cornwall
  • Yorkshire (Vale of York, Dales, Moors & Coast)
  • New Forest
  • Forest of Dean

These are just a few of the areas that have cottages with hot tubs and there are plenty more. If you want to find a huge selection of accommodations then check them out from the sidebar. There are hundreds to choose from and you will be certain to find a cottage that meets your requirements.

There are other features of the cottages as well as the hot tub and some have access to indoor and outdoor heated swimming pools (mainly complex cottages). Others have extras such as log burning stoves and these are perfect when you want a winter retreat which is cosy.

How Much Are the Holiday Cottages with Hot Tubs

find uk holiday cottages with hot tubsThis is a very good question and the answer is it varys depending on when you are looking to getaway and for how long. A weekend break Friday to Sunday or Monday over 2 or 3 nights is one of the most popular and these can start as low as just £150. There are a variety of accommodations sleeping two people in the cosy and quaint romantic cottages up to eight, ten or more in the large cottages.

If you are considering more time away then the short breaks over 4 nights Monday to Friday are a great choice and for many poeple this avoids the weekend. This means areas tend to be quieter and this is ideal if you just want a quiet getaway. There are also the 7 nights or more (traditional holidays) and these can start anywhere from £250 - £300 upwards.

Are There Dog Friendly Cottages with Hot Tubs?

There are dog friendly options available and you will again find them in locations all over the UK. There are certain accommodations that do not allow pets so make sure you check this out before you book your holiday. Sometimes pets are charged additional on top of the holiday and other times they are included and you can bring them for free.

If you are brining your dog with you then make sure you check before booking if you have more than one dog the restrictions on numbers.

Are the Hot Tubs Sole Use Only?

Yes you will find the cottages with hot tubs are just for the use of the people renting the accommodation. If you choose a cottage or indeed a holiday lodge on a resort then you might find there are communal hot tubs with the leisure facilities such as the swimming pool. However, usually the cottages are independent and you will have sole use. If this is not the case then it will be specified.

At log cabins with hot tubs we still think a charming holiday lodge is the best bet for your self catering holiday.

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