• Hot tub
  • King size double bedroom with en-suite
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Broadband/Wi Fi
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  • Secluded hot tub
  • Beach less than 10-minute walk
  • Sky TV
  • Close to local amenities
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  • Japanese style hot tub
  • Broadband/Wi Fi
  • Pet friendly
  • Original features

Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs in Dorset

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Dorset has a lot to shout about when it comes to holiday destinations and with tourism being key to the county's economy there are tons of cottages with hot tubs to choose from in the area.

Why? because these days people want that little bit of luxury, whether on a romantic weekend getaway or annual fortnight's break what could be nicer than sipping a glass of something cold in the warm water of your own exclusive hot tub set among the idyllic, rural countryside of Dorset.

Over half of the county is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and three quarters of the rugged Jurassic coast is a World Heritage Site, combined with breathtaking scenery, sleepy villages and tons to do and see it's no wonder this stunning county is so popular with people looking for holiday homes with hot tubs.

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Our recommendations are the best in Dorset and whether it's a cosy hot tub cottage for 2 or lodge with hot tub that sleeps 6 or 8 you are guaranteed all the comforts of home with a few added extras, fully fitted kitchens, en-suite facilities and of course secluded garden or decking areas for al-fresco dining and that all important jacuzzi.

So, what are you waiting for? Book now for fantastic savings and start planning a memorable stay in Dorset.

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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Dorset

There are hundreds of things to do and places to visit in Dorset but to give you a head start we have narrowed in down to 10 of the best.

1. Lulworth Castle

Originally a hunting lodge, this impressive 17th century is a popular wedding venue, surrounded by picturesque parkland and woodland walks that are best appreciated from the top of the tower. It's a great place to enjoy a walk with the family dog if you're staying in a pet-friendly hot tub cottage, let the kids run wild in the adventure playground or stop for a slice of homemade cake at the popular tearoom.

2. Durdle Door

Also, part of the Lulworth estate is the iconic Durdle Door, the natural limestone arch and shingle beach can be reached by footpath and is a great place to spend a sunny afternoon or enjoy a picnic and the water is rated as excellent quality by the Marine Conservation Society. The geological wonder is famous throughout the world and has featured as a backdrop in numerous music videos.

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A girl enjoying a zipwire ride

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3. Monkey World

Want to meet the stars of TV shows "Monkey Life" and "Monkey Business" well you can at this 65-acre sanctuary in Wareham home to over 250 primates and the biggest group of chimps outside Africa. Daily talks by the keepers are extremely informative and there is an enormous adventure playground for the kids to monkey around on too. Host to various family events throughout the year Monkey World is a fun day out for all the family.

4. Tank Museum

Definitely one for the boys, this brilliant museum tells the story of the tank through history to the present day, with 9 exhibits including "The Trench Experience" and "Helmand Province-Present Day" which displays a recreated army base where you can see modern day vehicles and see the living conditions of troops fighting in Afghanistan. There is even a chance to ride in a M548 tracked vehicle and with tons of exciting events throughout the summer months where you can see tanks in action this museum is worth a visit.

5. Water Sports at Poole Harbour

This large natural harbour is extremely popular with water sports enthusiasts due to its sheltered and shallow waters and has several areas designated purely for water based activities including wind-surfing, wakeboarding, Kayaking, water-skiing and and sailing. There are numerous shops and training establishments in the area offering tuition so even beginners can have the opportunity to become water babies.

A girl enjoying a zipwire ride

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6. Nothe Fort

One of the top attractions in Weymouth, Nothe Fort has lots to explore and is a great family day out. Loads of displays, huge guns, films, and regular events make this splendid Victorian defence. One of the spookiest locations in the country the fort is supposedly surrounded by paranormal activity attracting scores of ghost hunters.

7. Kingston Lacey

View one of the biggest and finest collections of Egyptian artifacts in the UK in this enormous and elegant 17th century Italian style country mansion, which has been home to the Bankes family for over 400 years, marvel at the Spanish room with its gilded ceiling brought from a Venetian palace, take a stroll through one of the many beautiful gardens and have a bite to eat at the quintessential tearoom.

8. Dinosaur Museum

You can't visit the county with the Jurassic coast without seeing some of the creatures who lived during the same period and here in Dorset you can see fossils, skeletons and best of all live size reconstructions of Velociraptor, T-Rex, and Triceratops, learn all about these prehistoric giants and the world they lived in millions of years ago or join in The Super Dinosaur Hunt which runs every day throughout the summer. Can you solve the dinosaur mystery?

Townend House Dining Area

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9. Max Gate

This grade 1 listed building was the home of world-famous author Thomas Hardy until his death in 1928. Hardy whose books include "Tess of d'Urbervilles" and "Far from the Madding Crowd, designed the house himself and although little of the original furniture remains, the rooms have been recreated sympathetically to the period and there is also a lovely garden.

10. Dorset Teddy Bear Museum

Teddy bear lovers of all ages will be enchanted by this fabulous collection of more than a hundred years of bears from the earliest antiques to modern day favourites there are hundreds throughout the early Victorian house including Winnie the Pooh, Rupert and Paddington, along with Edward and his life-size bear family. The well-stocked gift shop sells famous brands such as Steiff and Merrythought bears.

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