Netherraw

Sleeps 6

  • Hot tub
  • Pet friendly
  • Rural location
  • Off road parking
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The Loft

Sleeps 4

  • Hot tub
  • Off road parking
  • Children’s play area
  • Pet friendly
Wansfell View Image
  • Hot tub
  • Pet friendly
  • Sea views
  • Broadband/Wi Fi

Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs in Southern Scotland

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Imagine this. You are soaking in a hot tub, a glass of something cold in hand the only sound you can hear is the calls of the birds and perhaps the trickle of a nearby stream as you gaze at the clear night sky. Well imagine no longer, book a cottage with hot tub in southern Scotland and make your holiday dreams a reality.

We only recommend the best hot tub lodges and cottages so you can expect to get away from it all in comfortable surroundings with all the modern amenities you are used too including; Wi Fi, fully fitted kitchens, open-plan living, outdoor space and of course that all important hot tub.

There are hot tub cottages for everyone, whether you are looking for a short romantic getaway or a full-on family adventure. Choose one of our pet-friendly lodges with hot tubs and you can even bring the family pet.

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Home to Robert Burns, Haggis, Scotch Whisky and some of the most beautiful scenery in the UK, southern Scotland is a great place to make memories and booking a luxurious cottage with hot tub will make your stay unforgettable.

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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Southern Scotland

The list below is a guide to some of the best places to visit and things to do during your stay in southern Scotland;

1. Galloway Activity Centre

Located on the banks of Loch Ken, this family-run outdoor activity centre offers everything for an action- packed family day out, with popular taster sessions and all equipment provided you can have a go at; archery, kayaking, sailing, climbing, wind-surfing to name a few there is even an outdoor laser tag and wobbly water park for those who love a splashing good time. Enjoy a picnic in the beautiful surroundings or try the excellent Waterfront cafe.

A girl enjoying a zipwire ride

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2. Culzean Castle and Country Park

Perched dramatically atop a cliff on the Ayrshire coast, this 18th century stately home is one of Scotland's finest. The castle was designed by Robert Adam and the estate boasts a deer park, beaches, adventure playground, parkland, woods, over 40 buildings and breathtaking views across the river Clyde. There is so much to see and do here you would be mad to miss it!

3. Robert Burn's Birthplace Museum

Arguably one of Scotland's most famous sons, the writer of such works as "Auld Lang Syne" and "Red Red Rose" See where the world-famous poet resided with his family at Burn's cottage where his most popular works are written on the walls, visit the contemporary museum to learn about his life or pick up a unique souvenir, before visiting the Burn's monument in Kilmarnock.

4. Drumlanrig Castle

This 90,000 acre-estate offers something for everyone. Located on the Queensbury estate the castle itself has over 120 rooms, 4 towers and 17 turrets boasting one of the finest collections of furniture, art and silverware in the country. Outside there are many walks through the beautiful gardens and parkland with the opportunity to go mountain biking, indulge in a spot of fishing or simply enjoy a picnic while the kids run wild in the adventure playground with a host of events throughout the year we guarantee adventures await you at Drumlanrig Castle.

A girl enjoying a zipwire ride

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5. Falkirk Wheel

This marvel of engineering is the only rotating mechanical boat lift in the world, designed to connect the Forth and Clyde canal to the Union canal. It works like a giant bucket over 30,000 gallons of water lift boats from one canal to the other and boats trips offer the full experience and take around 60 minutes for a round trip.

6. The Devil’s Porridge Museum

Find out what life was like for the workers in the HM Gretna munitions factory during the first world war along with a glimpse of the day-to day living of soldiers in the trenches at this 5- star visitor attraction. Lots of displays, hands-on activities for the kids, a World War 2 Anderson Shelter and a popular cafe serving home-made cakes make this new museum a must-visit during your stay in southern Scotland.

7. Rosslyn Chapel

Made famous by the Da Vinci Code, this 15th century chapel is one of the most remarkable buildings in the country. Almost every inch of the chapel is covered with carvings of which highlights include over 100 Green Men Carvings (see if you can find them all) The Apprentice Pillar and Musical Cubes in the Lady chapel. Boasting an extensive events calendar, Rosslyn chapel is well worth a visit.

8. Galloway Wildlife Conservation Park

Home to almost 150 animals from around the world this 27-acre wildlife park is set in idyllic woodland. Open to the public throughout the summer months you can expect to see creatures such as Scottish wildcats, tapirs, otters and meerkats to name a few. Handling sessions, talks, nature trails and adventure play areas mean a fun and fascinating day out for kids and adults alike.

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9. Wigtown

Many people enjoy a good book while on holiday and if that is the case you won't be disappointed with a visit to this pretty, coastal town which is home to numerous independent book shops and an annual book festival. Known as "Scotland's Book Town" take in the panoramic views, enjoy lunch in one of the many eateries before picking up a novel to enjoy while soaking in your own private jacuzzi back at your hot tub cottage.

Townend House Dining Area

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10. Logan Botanic Garden

Located near Port Logan, this exotic paradise is undoubtedly one of the best gardens in the country and is a feast for the senses. Whether you are a gardener or not, everyone will enjoy the colourful displays of rare and unusual plants from around the world. Stroll through the Walled Garden with its tender blooms and tranquil fish pond, explore the Woodland Garden with its weird and wonderful collection of trees and plants and have a snack or meal at the award-winning Potting Shed Bistro.

Enjoy Southern Scotland. For more cottages with hot tubs in Scotland, click here.


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