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Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs in Northamptonshire

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Everyone needs time away with family or friends to recoup and relax and Northamptonshire is the perfect place to restore all the working week has taken from you. Book a cottage with hot tub now and start planning the perfect break.

Easy to get to with excellent rail and road links Northamptonshire is known as the "Rose of the Shires" picturesque villages with thatched cottages, miles of rural countryside and rich local heritage awaits visitors to this beautiful county in the East Midlands.

If you are looking for a family holiday or a weekend away with your loved one or friends you can rest assured our hot tub cottages provide everything you could wish for, with the added luxury of your own secluded outdoor jacuzzi.

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What are you waiting for? check out our selection of the best holiday homes with hot tubs in the region and pack those bags, with plenty of places to explore and loads to keep the kids happy you'll be glad you chose Northamptonshire.

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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Northamptonshire

As well as providing you with the best cottages with hot tubs Northamptonshire has to offer we have also come up with a list of the best attractions in the area including:

1. Silverstone

Home to British Motorsport, Silverstone has been hosting the British Formula 1 Grand Prix since 1948. Take a guided behind the scenes tour with plenty of photo opportunities you can even stand on the winner's podium or for a special treat try one of the driving experiences which include the Aston Martin Thrill, Ferrari Thrill and of course the real racing experience in a head to head or single seater. Head to Silverstone for a thrilling and unique day out.

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2. Cottesbrooke Hall

Surrounded by gorgeous gardens and parkland this 18th century mansion is believed to be the inspiration for Mansfield Park by Jane Austen. Beautifully decorated interiors are home to some fine colections of furniture and porcelain and Cottesbrooke Hall also boasts the famous Woolavington Collection, the best collection of British Sporting Art in the world.

3. Woburn Safari Park

Take a walk on the wild side just 30-minutes' drive from Northampton at Woburn Safari Park, view zebras, bison and rhino as you drive through the Savannah Grasslands area before moving on to the Lion Park, meet and greet the elephants at the foot safari section where keeper talks and demonstrations are regularly held. Various play areas, Go Ape, and pedalos are available for the kids to let off steam while adults may prefer a gentle train ride around the deer park.

4. Boughton House

Surrounded by idyllic rural countryside and chocolate box villages this 16th century manor was modelled on the Palace of Versailles discover one of the finest collections of tapestries, porcelain, fine art and furniture in England set amongst opulently decorated elegant rooms before heading outside and enjoying the tranquility and grandeur of the 18th century gardens and parkland.

5. Tree Ninja

If you're holidaying with the kids they will love a day spent at Tree Ninja, 48 activities spread over 6 courses and 2 and a half miles long this treetop adventure will really get the adrenalin pumping for kids and adults alike. Dare you descend on one of the 2 zip wires? Experience the 18 metre "Shock Drop" Not for the faint-hearted or test your balance climbing and crawling 60 feet high among the branches.

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6. Althorp

This beautiful country house is renowned for its connection with the late Diana, Princess of Wales and attracts thousands of visitors a year. Dating back to the 15th century the interiors are impressive and are home to a fine collection of artworks including paintings by Rubens, Van Dyke and Gainsborough, enjoy a leisurely stroll by the gorgeous lake before viewing the exhibition dedicated to the princess in the stable-block.

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7. Fawlsley Hall Spa

You don't have to limit yourself to the luxury of your hot tub when holidaying in Northamptonshire, Fawlsley Hall Spa enables you to spend the whole day being treated like royalty. This impressive country house hotel boasts an indoor and outdoor hydrotherapy swimming pool, sauna and no less than 6 rooms offering the ultimate in luxury and a full range of rejuvenating treatments.

8. Delapré Abbey

Located a mile from Northampton this grade ll* listed group of buildings dates back to the 12th century when it began life as a Cluniac nunnery. Used for a variety of purposes over the centuries including, a war office family home and county records office, the abbey is undergoing a full restoration and its future seems secure as a popular tourist attraction giving a glimpse into almost 900 years of history.

9. Wicksteed Park

The second oldest theme park in the UK Wicksteed Park is located in Kettering and has been entertaining young and old since 1921. Thrilling rides sit alongside the more traditional carousel and dodgems, go canoeing or boating on the lake, have fun at laser quest or experience "Rush" a climbing wall, zip wire and bag jump. There is a large indoor play area for the little ones, meerkat pop up tunnels and an aviary. With so much to do and see Wicksteed Park should be on every family's holiday itinerary.

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10. Corby Boating Lake

The perfect place to spend a sunny afternoon, Corby Boating lake is located in the heart of the town and is a popular fishing and tourist spot. Home to a wide range of water fowl including geese, swans and herons, there are numerous nature walks, kid's play areas and designated picnic areas surrounding this beautiful expanse of water. Wheelchair and dog friendly it is a great space to just relax and reflect while enjoying an ice cream in the sun.

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