Sleeps 2

  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Open-plan living
  • Broadband/Wi Fi
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Sleeps 4

  • Hot tub
  • Superb views
  • Ground floor accommodation (accessed by 5 steps)
  • Pet friendly
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Sleeps 2

  • Hot tub
  • Super king size bed
  • Broadband/Wi Fi
  • Local Shop and Pub less than 1 mile

Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs in Somerset


Welcome to Somerset, a rural county in South West of England. One of the most popular tourist destinations in the country with a wide range of cottages with hot tubs to choose from, fitted with all the amenities that you would need for a relaxing break.

Whether you are looking for a short weekend break or a longer holiday, there are always great deals. So why not check our selection of the best hot tub holiday homes and enjoy a "staycation" at home at a fraction of the cost of a holiday abroad.

There is no shortage of activities to keep you occupied in this stunning south western county, outstanding scenery, historic sites, sporting activities, shopping, golf and mile upon mile of golden sandy beaches, all with the added luxury of returning home each evening to your own private jacuzzi.

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What are you waiting for? Bring your partner, bring the family, bring friends you can even bring the family dog to our pet-friendly hot tub lodges. Everyone will enjoy the chance to get away from it all in beautiful Somerset.

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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Somerset

Home to hundreds of attractions, you will be spoilt for choice for things to do and places to visit in Somerset we have given you a start with a list of some of the best, let's take a look.

1. Roman Baths

Located in the city of Bath and one of the finest historic sites in northern Europe a visit here will give you a glimpse into the life of Romans who lived here almost 2,000 years ago. Costumed characters and excellent displays of Roman artefacts, including a collection of over 17,000 Roman coins, bring history to life, discover the ancient temple before marveling at the Great Bath which looks stunning on a summer's evening illuminated by torchlight.

A girl enjoying a zipwire ride


2. Wookey Hole Caves

A must visit, for families staying in Somerset Wookey Hole Caves is a magical underground world steeped in history, with over 20 attractions it is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the south west. Learn about the famous Witch of Wookey, experience the 4D cinema, stroll through the valley of the dinosaurs and check out the Victorian Penny Arcade, whatever the weather the whole family will enjoy a trip here.

3. Bath Abbey

Bath Abbey is a Benedictine monastery which was established in the 7th century by the Anglican Church. Take time to admire the magnificent Gothic architecture before taking the Tower Tour where at the top of 212 steps you can visit the bell chamber, or sit behind the clock face, the roof provides spectacular views across the beautiful city of Bath and the surrounding countryside.

4. Longleat Safari Park

Take a walk on the wild side at the UK's best safari park home to tons of attractions, drive through the safari area to witness lions, rhino, giraffes and zebra before checking out a host of activities in the Main Square including Penguin Island, Jungle Cruise, and Bat Cave. Get hands-on with the reptiles if you dare or handfeed the lorikeets. With an impressive country house to explore, breathtaking gardens, a maze, tons of events and activities throughout the year and some unique VIP animal experiences, we guarantee one day at Longleat is never enough.

Townend House Dining Area


5. Puxton Park

Located near Weston-Super-Mare this delightful adventure park is set in 40 acres of picturesque countryside. Fun for all the family whatever the time of year, highlights include a play barn, animal pens, petting area, zip wires, mini electric tractors, falconry, boating lake with water walkers and a miniature railway to name a few.

6. Barrington Court

This magnificent Tudor mansion stands in some of the most beautiful gardens in the region, discover the Kitchen Garden which produces fresh produce for the restaurant, breathe in the heady scents of the Rose and Iris Garden or stroll through the Pergola Walk. Barrington Court is dog friendly so if you are staying at one of our pet friendly hot tub cottages, it's a great day out for Fido too.

Townend House Dining Area


7. Exmoor National Park

One of the best places for hikers in the whole of Europe Exmoor is an amazing place with something for people of all ages to enjoy. Nature lovers will love the flora and fauna and may even glimpse one of the famous Exmoor ponies or red deer which roam free. Adrenalin junkies will be happy climbing, mountain biking, kayaking or trail running, photographers will be in heaven and even those who prefer a more relaxing time star gazing, horse-riding, fishing or finding your new favourite country pub will find their "happy" in Exmoor.

8. Holburne Museum

This grade l listed building's beautiful façade and impressive gardens give you an inkling of what's on show inside; One of the finest collections of art and decorative heirlooms including works by Gainsborough. An exhaustive calendar of workshops, events and temporary exhibitions throughout the year means each visit to this hidden gem is different and a little bit special.

9. Cheddar Gorge

Located in the Mendip hills this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is Britain's biggest gorge with stunning underground caverns and cliffs rising to 450 feet. Take the 274 steps to the top of the lookout tower for jaw-dropping views, meet the Cheddar Man in the spectacular caves, gaze in wonder at the stalagmites and stalactites. For the more adventurous there is climbing and adventure caving on offer and what better way to relax sfter all that excitement than a long soak back at your cottage with hot tub.

10. Glastonbury Abbey

This Abbey was founded in the 7th century, although the Norman craftsmen of the 11th century added to the Saxon Church to produce the most extravagant and wealthiest abbey in England. Said to be the burial place of King Arthur, Glastonbury abbey is steeped in a rich heritage. Take a look round the visitor centre, explore the 36 acres of surrounding parkland or have a slice of cake at the cafe before picking up a souvenir of your visit.

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