The Cow Pen

Sleeps 2

  • Hot tub
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Indoor heated swimming pool
  • Farm shop on site
Dickens Lodge Image
  • Hot tub
  • Off road parking for 4 cars
  • Indoor heated swimming pool
  • Broadband/Wi Fi
Wansfell View Image
  • Hot tub
  • Original features
  • Indoor heated swimming pool
  • Farm shop on site

Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs in Warwickshire


Warwickshire or Shakespeare's county as is often referred too is situated in the heart of England. Pretty market towns, picturesque villages, incredible scenery and a rich history make this one of the one of the best holiday destinations for those looking for a hot tub cottage getaway.

You will never be stuck for something to do in this glorious county and after a day sightseeing or visiting one of the many fun-filled attractions what better way to relax than gazing up at the clear night sky beneath the warm bubbles of your own private hot tub.

All our recommended holiday homes with hot tubs offer the ultimate in comfortable accommodation whether it be a secluded lodge with hot tub for two perfect for a romantic break or a larger cottage catering for all the family. Own a dog? Check out our pet friendly cottages with hot tubs so no one gets left behind.

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Shakespeare might have written a "Midsummer night's dream" but after staying in this region you will be able to write a "Midsummer holiday heaven".

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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Warwickshire

As well as providing you with the best cottages with hot tubs in Warwickshire we have also compiled a list of the best attractions in the area including:

1. Warwick Castle

Originally commissioned by William the Conqueror in the 11th century this impressive fortress has survived for over a thousand years. Explore the lavish interior with its wealth of treasures or stroll through the stunning gardens designed by Capability Brown, enjoy breathtaking vistas of the surrounding countryside from the top of the towers, visit the majestic birds of prey or in the summer months watch a real jousting tournament. It's no surprise this magnificent castle attracts over 800,000 visitors every year.

A girl enjoying a zipwire ride


2. Shakespeare's Homes

Walk in the footsteps of the world's most famous author by visiting five, yes five home that were important in the life of the bard. Visit his birthplace, a restored half-timbered house situated in Henley Street, Stratford upon Avon the place where William was born in 1564 and grew up with his siblings. Here you can enjoy live theatre and see rare heirlooms. Shakespeare's New Place is on the site of the family home where the famous playwright died in 1616, here you can relax in the tranquil surroundings whilst marveling at the displays and artworks. Halls croft is the exquisitely furnished Jacobean home of his daughter Susanna and the fourth stop on your tour is Anne Hathaway's cottage where Shakespeare courted his future bride. Finally, and this one needs a day on its own, check out Mary Arden's farm the working Tudor farm which was his mother's family home, where you can explore the buildings and farmyard watch craft and falconry displays or let the kids run wild in the adventure playground.

3. Twycross Zoo

Twycross Zoo opened in 1963 and is renowned as one of the world's best specialist primate centres. It is home to a wide variety of monkeys and all 4 great ape species. It recorded the first births in the UK of over 13 different primates and sill plays a big part in research and conservation. Along with the monkeys and apes expect to see elephants, leopards, kangaroos and giraffes to name a few. There are daily talks, animal encounters available and of course plenty of places to eat, drink and shop.

4. Charlecote Park

This 16th century country house is situated on the banks of the river Avon and surrounded by its own deer park. Enter the house as Elizabeth l did when she stayed at Charlecote park and gaze in wonder at the lavish Victorian interiors. Explore the working kitchens and see what the volunteers are cooking from Mrs Hortons Cookbook. The parkland is the perfect place for a stroll at any time of year with its riverbank setting and array of wildlife there are plenty of opportunities to get the camera out while you enjoy a picnic.

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5. Stratford Butterfly Farm

A great family day out whatever the weather the UK's top tropical butterfly paradise can be found a five-minute walk from Stratford upon Avon town centre. Discover hundreds of the world's most beautiful butterflies in a tropical environment of exotic plants, waterfalls and ponds. See some of the world's largest caterpillars and watch butterflies emerging from their chrysalis, fascinating stuff! You can also view the UK's largest insect collection at the Mini-beast metropolis with leaf cutter ants, scorpions and tarantulas to name a few.

6. St Nicholas Park

A girl enjoying a zipwire ride


For an action-packed family day out look no further, St Nicholas Park in the heart of Warwick has plenty to keep even the most hard-to-please children occupied. Rides, fun-park, mini golf and an open-air pool for kids up to 12, are just some of the attractions on offer along with a leisure complex offering numerous sports including climbing, swimming, fencing, tennis to name a few. There is also a skate park and for those who love messing about on the water there are canoes and boats for hire. After all that exercise, the kids will be tired out and you will be looking forward to returning to your cottage with hot tub for a long soothing soak with a glass of something cold.

7. British Motor Museum

300 historic vehicles and over 1 million items on display make the British Motor Museum's collection the world's largest of British cars. Learn everything about this country's motoring history while marveling at the pristine models on display. With a full programme of events throughout the year including classic and vintage car rallies, family activities and interactive exhibitions this is a cracking day out for the boys and girls too!

8. Ragley Hall

The ancestral home of the Marquess of Hertford Ragley Hall is situated 8-mile west of Stratford upon Avon and has something for everyone. With an extensive programme of events all year round it is open to the public seasonally to the public who are able to take guided tours of the magnificent state rooms with an impressive collection of porcelain, furniture and art. The scenic gardens are perfect for an afternoon stroll and the kids will love the 3D maze and adventure playground, if you are staying at one of our pet friendly cottages with hot tubs you will be pleased to know that dogs on leads are also welcome at Ragley Hall.

9. Stratford Armouries

Townend House Dining Area


Located on the outskirts of Stratford this museum is located on a former RAF site, it has 4 galleries, a conference space and play barn in the centre, and is home to a world-class collection of armour and arms. Items from the civil war along with 16th and 17th century weapons surround the main attraction of a full-sized armoured horse.

10. Hatton Adventure World

For a family day out with a difference check out Hatton Adventure World, from sheep racing to laser combat you and the kids will be amazed at the attractions on offer, falconry, fun rides and farm animals, you can even pick your own veg free at certain times of the year. Hatton Adventure World is totally different from other attractions and is well worth a visit.

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