Hampshire

      • Winchester Cathedral
      • Marwell Wildlife
      • Paultons Park
      • Mary Rose Museum

 

Isle of Wight

    • The town of Ryde and its beaches
    • The Idyllic town of Newport
    • Brading
    • Yaverland

Sussex

    • The Royal Pavilion
    • Drusillas Park
    • Redoubt Fortress
    • Royal Hippodrome

Surrey

    • Hampton Court Palace
    • Thorpe Park
    • Polesden Lacey
    • Penny Hill Park

Relax in Lodges with Hot Tubs in the South of England

Look, life is too short not to enjoy the small pleasures that are readily available around us. Take a hot tub lodge for example. It is a relatively cheap way of enjoying life. But people would rather travel to far off lands to feel like they have had an awesome break.

The economic situation in the world has however brought people back to basics in the UK. Hot tub breaks are catching on. Discerning holidaymakers have realised that you can treat your family to an awesome holiday right here in the UK and you won’t leave a deep hole in your pockets!

One of the most popular UK hot tub destinations is the South of England. The region includes the Isle of Wight, Hampshire, Kent, Surrey and Sussex.

 

In our quest to bring you the best of hot tub lodges in the South of England, we have stumbled upon little gems in all of the above areas, and we want to share them with the world. We want people to know there are great holiday alternatives in the UK. Scroll through our pages and you will realise just how much you’ve been missing.

The South is England’s cultural capital. South of England includes East Anglia, London, South West England and South East England. The combined regions are home to 26 million people. It is in the middle of this vast region that you will find some of the best holiday lodges in the world.

You will have chance to meet new people, sample new culinary options, attend high energy entertainment parties, join the evening crowd for a drink and explore miles of countryside. There is so much to do in this region that you will wonder why you did not think of coming here long before this.

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Places to Visit and Things to Do in South of England

 

We have taken a lot of time to categorise places of interest in the South of England that you cannot miss. Depending on what you love doing during your holiday, you can take your pick.  If your holiday break is a short one, make a list of top 5 and if time allows, you can venture into the rest.

Castles 

Among the castles that you must visit during your stay in the South of England include; Dover Castle, Hever Castle, Windsor Castle, Leeds Castle, Bodiam Castle, Arundel Castle, Walmer Castle, Rochester Castle, Herstmonceux Castle, Portchester Castle, and Highclere Castle.

Zoos 

If you are travelling with the kids, then a visit to a zoo, such as Marwell Zoo, Drusillas Zoo Park, and Cotswold Wildlife Park will go a long way in making an awesome holiday.

Where to Go for Great Day Out 

You have probably not spent more than a few hours in the sun since you can remember. Well, the parks listed here will offer you a chance to have fun while enjoying the English sun. They include; Basildon Park, White Cliffs of Dover, Paultons Park, Emirates Spinnaker Tower, Beckonscot, Thorpe Park, Legoland Windsor Resort, Bicester Village, Bluewater Shopping Centre, Adventuredome, Royal Botanic Gardens, Ascot Race Course, Richmond Park and Runnymede.

 

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Natural Attractions and Other Awesome Attractions that You Must See 

If you are into nature, then visit; Thames Path, Hippodrome, Brighton Marina, Brighton Pier, Bodleian Library, New Forest, HMS Victory.

Historical Attractions and Museums 

South of England is home to a host of historical attractions. The most popular include; Her Majesty’s Naval Base Portsmouth, Southampton Guildhall, Jane Austen’s House Museum, Hampton Court Palace, Canterbury Cathedral, Chartwell, and Waddesdon Manor.

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If you are on a long holiday, then you are well advised not to limit yourself to our list. You would do well if you can see and experience as much of the South of England as possible. Other UK log cabins can be found here

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