- Hot tub
- Garden with outdoor dining area
- Pet friendly
Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs in Hampshire
More people are choosing to holiday in the UK than ever before which has resulted in an increase in the popularity of cottages with hot tubs, I mean who wouldn't like relaxing in your own private jacuzzi at the end of of a busy day sightseeing.
Hampshire is the perfect combination of countryside, city and coastline, steeped in history and boasting two National Parks it offers plenty to do and see for the discerning holidaymaker and a luxury hot tub holiday home is the perfect base from which to explore all this county has to offer.
All our recommended holiday homes with hot tubs offer comfort and affordability with fully fitted kitchens, open plan living, Wi-Fi, and en-suite facilities making them a real home from home with the added luxury of a secluded hot tub.
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It doesn't matter whether you are looking for a romantic retreat or large family accommodation with plenty of onsite facilities, you will find them all here, so switch off your phone, pack your bags and enjoy the glorious county of Hampshire.
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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Hampshire
We want you to enjoy your stay in the south of England so, with that in mind have provided you with a list of the best places to visit and things to do in Hampshire including:
1. Marwell Zoo
Experience the African Plains and jungles of Asia and South America at Marwell Zoo. Home to hundreds of animals including leopards, penguins and rhino, there is plenty to keep the whole family occupied. Hop onboard the rail or road train to explore the 140-acre site, let the kids jump, climb and slide in one of the 5 adventure playgrounds and enjoy lunch at Cafe Graze, with daily talks and VIP animal experiences available Marwell Zoo offers a fun-filled day out for all the family.
2. The New Forest
Much of this National Park is situated in Hampshire and the enchanting woodland, forest glades and moorland offer a range of activities from walking, cycling and horse-riding. Check out the New Forest Water Park in Fordingbridge which offers adrenalin pumping water sports such as water skiing, kayaking and wake boarding and also boasts the UK's first inflatable aqua park featuring slides, monkey bars, trampolines and much more.
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3. National Motor Museum, Beaulieu
Situated in the heart of the New Forest you will find one of the south of England's top attractions. Explore the Victorian country house where guides in period costume give an insight into life below stairs, view over 250 vehicles from the first days of motoring to the present day and go behind the scenes at the World of Top Gear. The kids will love the remote-control racing car challenge, go karts and play areas and older visitors will enjoy a ride on the monorail or a leisurely stroll around the fascinating grounds which include an Alice in Wonderland topiary area and Victorian kitchen garden.
4. Winchester Cathedral
Over 300,000 visitors a year flock to Winchester Cathedral to discover over 1500 years of history in one of Europe's largest cathedrals. The final resting place of several Saxon kings and the world-famous 18th century author Jane Austen, the wedding of Mary Tudor also took place here. Highlights include The Tower Tour where you can view the impressive bell chamber and experience panoramic views from the top, the 800-year old Winchester Bible, the peaceful atmosphere of the 17th century Morley Library which houses a large collection of rare books to name a few.
5. Milestones Museum
This living history museum gives an insight into the retail, industrial and social heritage of the local people, explore the replica streets and see a fantastic collection of vehicles, domestic items and toys, dress up in Victorian costume for a photo to remember and buy a 2oz ration of traditional sweets from the 1940's sweet shop. Milestones museum is a fun day out for young and old whatever the weather.
6. Highclere Castle
Explore the real Downton Abbey with a visit to this majestic Jacobean-style country house, setting for the popular TV series. View the spectacular state rooms and explore the bedrooms where injured soldiers were cared for during the First World War when the castle was used as a military hospital. The castle was also home to the 5th Earl of Carnarvon who famously discovered the tomb of Tutankhamen and there is an excellent Egyptian exhibition in the cellars of the castle to commemorate his achievements.
7. Sir Harold Hillier Gardens
Home to one of the most important plant collections in the world and winner of the 2015 Heritage Garden of the Year, boasting over 42,000 trees and shrubs the garden has been offering visitors a sense of peace and tranquility for over 50 years whatever the season and with a shed load of events and activities taking place throughout the year it remains one of the top attractions in Hampshire.
8. Boat Tours
No holiday abroad is complete without a boat trip and neither is a break in Hampshire, feeling the sea-breeze and inhaling the clean fresh air is a natural remedy to the stresses of everyday life. Hampshire offers a wide variety of boat tours with some of the best leaving from Southampton. Experience the sights and sounds of the bustling dockyard and marvel at some of the world's biggest cruise liners that regularly dock at the terminal, enjoy breathtaking views of the River Hamble or travel to Cowes or Portsmouth, there are even dining cruises where you can partake of Hampshire's finest cuisine as you watch the sun sink over the Solent.
9. Paultons Park
Holidaying with kids? Then this family theme park is a must especially for young fans of Peppa Pig. Over 70 rides and attractions will keep even the hardest to please children happy. Thrill rides, a 4D cinema, water rides, a whole themed area dedicated to the cute little pink porker, life-like animatronic dinosaurs in the Lost Kingdom, penguins and a host of other stuff to enjoy, you will be spoilt for choice here.
10. The Vyne
This 16th century Tudor mansion is located just outside Basingstoke and has a rich heritage. Currently undergoing a major roof restoration there is a walkway to see how the work is progressing and opportunity to tag a tile. Experience a Tudor mass in the authentic chapel with an audio soundtrack transporting you back in time and learn about the visit of Henry Vlll and Anne Boleyn in 1535, superb gardens and a popular quintessential tearoom complete the visit to this fine home with excellent collections.
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