• Lyme Park
  • Gulliver’s World
  • Chester Zoo
  • Daresbury
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  • Brockhole Visitor Centre
  • Steam Railways
  • World of Beatrix Potter
  • Aira Force
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  • Blackpool Pleasure Beach
  • Pendle Hill
  • Samlesbury Hall
  • British Commercial Vehicle Museum

Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs in North West England

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The North West of England is a region of stark contrasts from bustling vibrant cities to some of the most breathtaking countryside in the world. Consisting of Cumbria, Merseyside and Lancashire the North West is a dream holiday destination for those looking for a cottage or lodge with hot tub.

If affordable luxury is what you are looking for? Check out our top rated hot tub cottages, providing all the comforts of home with those little added extras, en-suite bathrooms, secluded decking or garden area for al-fresco dining and of course your own private outdoor jacuzzi.

Whether you want a cosy cottage for two or room for all the family you will be spoilt for choice with the number of holiday homes with hot tubs in the North West. Many have disabled access and most are pet friendly hot tub cottages, meaning your canine companion can come along too.

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Take a look, with so much to see and do in the North West, your next holiday could be a lot closer than you think!

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Places to Visit and Things to Do in the North West of England

As well as showing you the best cottages with hot tubs in North West England we have also put together a list of attractions in the area, we think you will enjoy including:

1. Lake Windermere

The star of the Lake District this large lake is a mecca for tourists offering activities for all ages and some of the most spectacular views in the country. There is a mind- boggling array of water sports available including water-skiing, kite-boarding, sailing canoeing, to name a few. Brockhole visitor centre on the shores of the lake has treetop walkways, zip wires, adventure playground and much more for kids and adults and regular river cruises take passengers across the lake to experience the magnificent views. An aquarium and various attractions can be found around the vast shoreline, if you are lucky enough to be staying in a hot tub cottage nearby you will not be disappointed.

A girl enjoying a zipwire ride

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2. Blackpool Illuminations

Attracting 3 million visitors a year and commonly known as the world's greatest light show the famous illuminations need no introduction, they were first switched on in 1879 and these days 6 miles of lights stretch along the promenade using over a million lightbulbs. If you are staying in the region between September and November Blackpool Illuminations are a must-see!

3. Knowsley Safari Park

Located in the Knowsley area of Merseyside this popular attraction has been welcoming visitors for over 40 years. The longest safari drive in the UK plus a foot safari gives everyone the opportunity to get up close and personal with a wide variety of animals including wolves, lions and elephants. Sea-lion displays, animal encounters, bat forest and amusements all combine to make this a fascinating and fun experience for all the family.

4. Liverpool Cathedral

The fifth largest cathedral in Europe and the biggest in the UK Liverpool Cathedral is a world-class attraction with a full calendar of events. Highlights include the country's largest and most splendid organ, stunning Great West Window, a peaceful Lady Chapel perfect for moments of reflection and the tallest tower offering city-wide views from 500ft above sea-level, there are also dining venues within this serving meals and snacks.

5. Astley Hall

Step back in time to the Tudors and early Stuarts with a visit this grade 1 listed country house that is home to an art gallery and museum. Set around a central courtyard Astley Hall boasts some beautiful Jacobean plasterwork and an excellent collection of fine furniture, including the famous Sirloin Chair. The hall stands in the lovely surroundings of Astley Park with a lake, woodland and fully restored Victorian walled garden to explore.

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6. Beatrix Potter World

Great for kids and adults alike this award-winning attraction located in Bowness-on Windermere uses 3D characters to bring to life all the favourite characters from the books. Explore the Garden where Peter Rabbit was caught by Mr McGregor or step into Mrs Tiggywinkle's kitchen, with interactive displays, puzzles and activities for the kids, a themed cafe serving food they have grown themselves and a fantastic gift shop, this top attraction is great whatever the weather.

A girl enjoying a zipwire ride

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7. Football Stadium Tours

The North West has always been synonymous with our national sport and boasts 4 massive clubs that have won hundreds of trophies between them. All 4 offer tours of the impressive stadiums and provide a great day out for football fans. Walk down the tunnel at Anfield, you can even book tours with legendary players such as John Aldridge and Jimmy Case as your guide. See Manchester Utd's impressive collection of silverware and home dressing room where legends such as Eric Cantana and David Beckham sat before games. View interactive exhibits and learn about the rich history of Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium or go behind the scenes of the first purpose built ground in Britain at Goodison Park, the home of Everton.

8. World Museum, Liverpool

This huge museum with free entry is home to thousands of fascinating and hands-on displays and exhibits covering millions of years of history. Kids can enjoy the shows in the Planetarium, such as Fly Me to the Moon and marvel at the Mammoth tooth and Egyptian mummies. Explore the Bug House and see a marvelous array of tropical fish in the Aquarium. A visit to this incredible museum is a fantastic way to spend a rainy day.

9. Coronation Street Tours

A must for fans of the country's oldest and most popular soap opera. Stroll along the famous cobbles, peek into the dressing rooms and go behind the scenes of longest running serial on British TV. Find out how iconic scenes were filmed, how technology has changed and have your photo taken outside the Kabin or Rover's Return.

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10. International Slavery Museum

Liverpool has more museums than any other city outside London and this is one of the more unusual. The only museum of its kind in the world it tells the story of the international slave trade. Situated on the third floor of the Mersey Maritime Museum it has 3 galleries, Life in West Africa, Enslavement and the Middle Passage and Legacy which focuses on the continued fight for equality. Also, hosting temporary exhibitions throughout the year this is an interesting and thought-provoking day out.

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