• Eden Project
  • Tintagel Castle
  • Blue Reef Aquarium
  • The Lizard Peninsula
  • Crealy Great Adventure Parks
  • Babbacombe Model Village
  • Kents Cavern
  • Woolacombe Beach
  • Lulworth Castle
  • Durdle Door
  • Monkey World
  • Tank Museum
  • Roman Baths
  • Wookey Hole Caves
  • Bath Abbey
  • Longleat Safari Park

Relax in Your Own South West of England Cottage with a Hot Tub

South West of England

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The South West of England is one of the most popular ‘tourist regions in the United Kingdom. If you have chosen this as your next hot tub destination, you couldn’t have chosen better. The cottages here are fitted with the latest amenities for your comfort and relaxation with the added delight of your own private outdoor jacuzzi.

The South West of England covers an area of 9,200 square miles and encompasses the counties of Cornwall, Devon, Dorset and Somerset. It is home to 5 million people. With idyllic villages and rugged coastlines, the region is home to some of the best beaches, countryside and attractions in the UK including Stonehenge, the Jurassic Coast, The Eden Project, Woolacombe beach and many more.

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There is no better way to explore the South West of England than renting a cottage with hot tub, whether you are looking for cosy, secluded accommodation for two or a larger family sized cottage near to some action, you are sure to find what you are looking for, you can even bring your four-legged friend if you choose one of our pet-friendly lodges with hot tubs.

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Places to Visit and Things to Do in South West England

It would be fair to say that no region of the UK offers more than the South West of England in terms of tourist attractions. It has got them all. Castles, beaches, museums, amusement parks, national parks, zoos, aquariums… It would not be possible to list them, but we have done our best to bring you what we think are some of the best;

1. Eden Project

Voted the UK's best tourist attraction for 5 years in a row this dramatic place takes you around the world in one day. Experience the Mediterranean as you walk through olive groves, lemon and orange trees in one of the eco-domes, learn where rubber, sugar and tea come from and experience tropical jungles and rain forest in the Tropical biome. There is also a 30-acre outdoor garden where rare and exotic plants flourish in the mild Cornish climate. Plenty of onsite facilities including cafes, restaurants and gift shops plus a varied event program throughout the year make the Eden Project an essential day out during your stay at a cottage with hot tub in the South West of England.

Wookey Hole Caves

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2. Wookey Hole Caves

Located in Somerset at the southern edge of the Mendip Hills this spectacular show-cave and series of caverns offers over 20 excellent attractions. The 3-hour Wookey Wild experience offers a unique experience, crawling, abseiling and climbing through the caves rather than the standard tour, for the less adventurous why not sample some of the 10 tonnes of cave-aged Cheddar cheese stored in the perfect conditions of the caves, marvel at the acrobats, jugglers and trapeze artists in the Wookey Hole Superhero Circus, walk among 20 live-size prehistoric creatures in the Valley of the Dinosaurs, relax in the Mystic Garden or meet the famous Wookey Hole Witch. Wookey Hole offers something for everyone and is definitely not to be missed.

3. Minack Theatre

This world-famous outdoor theatre sits in a unique positon high on the cliffs above the Atlantic Ocean, around 4 miles from Lands End. With a full programme throughout the summer months from ballet and comedy, musicals and opera, this 750-seater amphitheater set in beautiful gardens with breathtaking views, is a great way to spend a balmy Cornish afternoon or evening before returning to your holiday cottage with hot tub for a relaxing soak.

4. Stonehenge

The iconic ancient standing stones were erected 2500 BC and are now a World Heritage Site. Why and how they were erected remains a mystery but they have captured the imagination of many throughout the ages. Surrounded by remains of ceremonial and domestic structures the monument attracts 800,000 visitors a year. The visitor centre has some fantastic exhibitions along with a gift shop and restaurant with great views serving local produce.

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5. Paignton Zoo

This registered charity in one of Britain's best zoos, home to some of the rarest animals in the world it is situated on an 80-acre property in Paignton surrounded by lush gardens with over 1600 rare and beautiful plants. It was opened in 1923 and is home to over 2000 animals. Brave the crocodile swamp where you'll come face to face with these huge predators, then swing over to Monkey Heights. With all the amenities, you would expect to find at a top-class attraction, plus play areas for the kids, jungle train ride and bird flying displays, a fun-filled day is guaranteed at Paignton Zoo.

6. Woolacombe Beach

Woolacombe Beach

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You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to beautiful beaches in the South West of England but one of the best, if you are staying at a hot tub cottage in Devon, is Woolacombe. Voted the best beach in the UK by TripAdvisor 2 years running, the miles of golden sands are situated in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The beach is popular with surfers and there are numerous water sports available nearby including kayaking, jet-skiing, sailing, paddle boarding to name a few. There is also a lifeguard service on duty, cafe, toilets and a pub nearby.

7. Roman Baths

Situated in the heart of the beautiful and historic city of Bath you will find one of the world's best preserved Roman remains and water reaching 46° degrees still fills the main bathing site each day. Walk on the 2000-year old pavements surrounding the Great bath as the ancient Romans did, visit the changing rooms or listen to the stories told by the costumed staff. During the height of summer the baths are open until 10.00pm when flickering torchlight creates a romantic, magical atmosphere.

8. New Forest

The New Forest was created by William the conqueror as a royal hunting ground and to this day remains undeveloped. Home to a wide variety of wildlife including deer and the famous New Forest Ponies. It offers something for everyone, from romantic strolls, picnics amongst the idyllic scenery, walking cycling, horse-riding plus many more. As the area includes stretches of inland water and reaches as far as he south coast, the array of water sports is vast and of course, if you have selected one of our pet friendly cottages with hot tubs, you can explore the New Forest with your canine companion.

9. Land's End

Land's End is one of the country's best known landmarks not least for the jaw dropping views. Bring the camera for extraordinary photo opportunities and if you enjoy birdwatching bring binoculars to view the kittiwakes, guillemots, razorbills and shags. Pick up some gifts and souvenirs at the small shopping village, enjoy a stroll along the rugged clifftop and have your picture taken with the famous signpost.

Arlington Court and The National Trust Carriage Museum

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10. Arlington Court and The National Trust Carriage Museum

For something a bit different why not visit this beautiful estate with plenty to see and do for all the family. Arlington Court is a collector's paradise, look for the impressive shell collection displays or model ships. In fact, Arlington Court has almost 4000 treasures on display and is also home to the National Trust Carriage Museum. Over 40 vehicles from over 400 years, everything from state carriages to old-fashioned hansom cabs and when you have finished absorbing all that history why not enjoy a picnic in the picturesque gardens.

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