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  • Private hot tub
  • Broadband/Wi Fi
  • Pet friendly
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
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  • Hot tub
  • Adults only
  • Off road parking
  • Broadband/Wi Fi
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  • Hot tub
  • Adults only
  • Underfloor heating
  • Broadband/Wi Fi

Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs in Yorkshire


Famous for its Viking and Roman heritage, with stunning coastline, rugged moors and exciting nightlife. Yorkshire is one of the top holiday destinations in the UK and there is no better way to experience this county than staying in a cottage with a hot tub.

Imagine treading in the Bronte's footsteps on the wild moors, spending the day shopping and sightseeing in York before returning to your comfortable accommodation for a long relaxing soak in your own private jacuzzi.

All our cottages with hot tubs offer the ultimate in luxury with all the comforts of home Cook up a storm in the well-equipped kitchen, enjoy al fresco dining on the patio or deck all the while surrounded by some of the most spectacular countryside in England.

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We all need a break sometimes and whether you are searching for somewhere to enjoy a romantic break or an action-packed family holiday, you will not be disappointed in Yorkshire.

So, what are you waiting for? Check out the best cottages and lodges with hot tubs in the region and pack those suitcases!

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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Yorkshire

There is so much to do in Yorkshire you will spoilt for choice but we have come up with a list of the top places to visit and things to do that cater for everyone, including;

1. Bronte Parsonage Museum, Haworth

Built in 1778 this Georgian writer's house was home to Charlotte, Emily and Anne, of world literary fame. Atmospheric and lovingly preserved, see the original dining room where Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights were written, view the bedroom where Charlotte died. The rooms are filled with their personal possessions, items of clothing and period furniture, this attraction will really capture your imagination.

2. York Minster

One of the top attractions within the county is York Minster, one of the best cathedrals in the world it is truly a masterpiece of architecture and stained glass. Take a journey through time in the interactive galleries and discover how this ancient place of worship has influenced the history and people of the area. A superb programme of events means that whatever the time of year you are assured a fascinating family day out.

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3. Whitby Abbey

The Gothic splendour of this Benedictine abbey perched on the cliffs above the seaside town of Whitby in North Yorkshire was the inspiration for Bram Stoker's Dracula. The small fishing town has embraced the legend and run 2 gothic themed weekends during the year along with regular ghost tours and themed Dracula walks around the town where you can be terrified by costumed ghouls around the town. Climb the 199 steps which the fictional Vampire ran up disguised as a hound upon his arrival in the town, or buy a chocolate coffin from the little fudge shop on the seafront.

4. National Railway Museum

This attraction can be found next to York Railway station open from 10.00am -6.00pm daily and free to enter this is guaranteed to be top of your list of fun and interesting family days out. Discover over 200 years of history in the great hall where you can see such trains as the modern Japanese Bullet (Shinkansen) train, the only one outside Japan, or at the other end of the scale Queen Victoria's luxurious royal train. Wtach the engineers at work and experience station-life back in the day when steam was king. Interactive displays, play areas and a miniature railway mean that both you and the kids will be glad you came.

5. Alphamare, Scarborough

Scarborough not only boasts stunning beaches, amusements, and typical seaside activities it is also home to one of the best water parks in the north of England. Set in picturesque gardens, Alphamare is home to some thrilling slides, a wave pool, outdoor heated infinity pool with jaw-dropping views across the bay, an alpine themed spa, and gorgeous gardens providing an unforgettable experience.

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6. Lightwater Valley

One of the UK's top theme parks, Lightwater Valley has over 40 rides and lots to see and do for all ages. From mini adventures for 1-5 year olds including the Angry Birds Activity Park, Giant Teacups and miniature train ride around the park, to white knuckle rides for the more adventurous such as The Ultimate the longest roller coaster in Europe. A shopping village, bird of prey centre, tree top nets, mini golf and a varied programme of events make Lightwater Valley one of Yorkshire's premier attractions and after all that fun and frolics what better way to spend the evening than chilling in your own outdoor whirlpool back at your hot tub cottage.

7. Yorkshire Dales Cycling

Yorkshire offers some fantastic cycling routes for both beginners and experienced riders. In fact, for the last few years it has run the Tour de Yorkshire a version of the world-famous French race. The Dales are an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there is no better way to explore than on 2 wheels, with gentle sloping hills, idyllic villages and market towns to stop off at and have a bite to eat on your travels, you will feel in touch with the countryside while having fun. Don't worry if you haven't brought bikes with you on your hot tub cottage holiday there are many places around the dales that offer cycle hire.

8. Jorvik Viking Museum

Bringing the past to life for over 30 years Jorvik Viking Museum lets you discover how our Viking ancestors lived over a thousand years ago. Yorkshire has a rich Norse heritage and here you can get close to real Viking artifacts, see replica Viking streets and experience the sights, sounds and smells of the era, come face to face with a real Viking before picking up some mementos of your visit at the well-stocked gift shop.

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9. Harewood House

One of Yorkshire's premier tourist attractions, and one of the most lavish and opulent country houses, Harewood House was built in 1759 and can be found on the outskirts of Leeds. Paintings by the masters, Chippendale furniture and a beautiful collection of Sevrès china are just some of the treasures on display in this magnificent home. With farm animals, penguins, yes penguins, bird garden and beautiful grounds landscaped by Capability Brown Harewood House really is the ultimate family day out.

10. National Science and Media Museum

A Museum with a difference situated in Bradford city centre, 8 floors of galleries and 3 cinemas this museum boasts over 3 million objects. Concentrating on the importance of light and sound in history expect to see fascinating interactive displays exploring the world of film, television, cinema, photography and sound. Experience a 3D documentary in the ground-breaking IMAX cinema, marvel at the mind-blowing exhibits in the Wonderlab or discover your favourite characters in the animation gallery. One thing is for sure you will not hear the words " I'm bored" once, during your visit to this wondrous museum.

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