Discover 24 of the best glamping sites with hot tubs in the UK. Take your luxury camping adventures to the next level with this outstanding choice of hot tub glamping holidays. If you've yet to have your first glamping experience, then glamping with hot tub bubbles would be a fantastic way to start. Search the pods and yurts below and find quirky accommodation for adults, children and pets.
Glamping with hot tubs come with all the home and creature comforts you would wish to have, and within a price range, you can afford. A glamping experience can come in all forms, from safari tents, ball tents, huts, pods and yurt camping with hot tub on-site, check out 24 of the best glamping sites below.
Wootton Bridge, Nr Cowes / Sleeps 2
Woodside Bay Lodge Retreat is an award-winning holiday park. The spa is partnered with Aromatherapy Associates London, who have more than 30 years' experience.
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Driffield, Yorkshire Moors & Coast / Sleeps 2
Book from £56 Per Night - Set around a tranquil lake in East Yorkshire, you can enjoy canoeing, fishing, tennis or head over to Brandesburton village which is a short walk away.View property
Hawes, Yorkshire Dales / Sleeps 2
Book from £51 Per Night - Visit the nearby town of Hawes just a 10 minute walk away, or explore the local caves, castles and Hardraw Force Waterfall.View property
Bellingham, Northumberland / Sleeps 6
Book from £83 Per Night - Explore Kielder Forest or Northumberland National Park from this base. Also, the Scottish Borders are just a short drive away or even visit Hadrian's Wall.View property
Alnwick, Northumberland / Sleeps 2
Book from £54 Per Night - Experience these luxury pods which are situated next to St Oswald's Way where you can enjoy forest trails and famous castles.View property
Alnwick, Northumberland / Sleeps 2
Book from £52 Per Night - Close to the Northumbrian coastline and with close proximity for you to enjoy many landmarks such as Bamburgh & Warkworth Castles.View property
Bramble Burlawn near Wadebridge, Cornwall
Glamping Shepherd's Hut. Hot Tubs. Sleeps 2.View property
Burlawn near Wadebridge, Cornwall
Glamping Shepherd's Hut. Wooden Hot Tub. Sleeps 2.View property
Glamping Shepherd's Hut. Wooden Hot Tub. Sleeps 2.View property
Flintshire, North Wales / Sleeps 2
Book from £47 Per Night - Situated in the small village of Caerwys, enjoy a host of activities nearby such as sailing, golf, riding & fishing. Conway & Snowdonia are also easily accessible.View property
Narberth, South Wales / Sleeps 2
Book from £52 Per Night - Located in Pembrokeshire, you can stroll to the market town of Narberth or enjoy onsite facilities including a swimming pool, arcade & children's play area.View property
Caersws, Mid Wales / Sleeps 2-4
Book from £55 Per Night - Nestled in Montgomeryshire, visit the River Severn just a few miles away or enjoy mountain biking, clay pigeon shooting & fishing all nearby.View property
Nedd, Highlands, Scotland
West Coast Hideaways has sea views, free WiFi and free private parking, set in Nedd. Glamping Shepherd Huts. Wood-Fired Hot Tubs. Sleeps 2.View property
Cheshire, North West England
Glamping Pod. Hot-Tub. Sleeps 2.View property
WALES FLINTSHIRE FLINT
Glamping Pod. Wood-Fired Hot Tub. Sleeps 2 .View property
Upper Hulme, Peak District
Glamping Shepherds Tent. Hot-Tub. Sleeps 2. Set in Upper Hulme in The Roaches within Peak District Park, The Laburnum Retreat Shepherd Hut private hot Tub has a terrace and private hot tub overlooking scenic views of the countryside. Free WiFi is offered.View property
ISLE OF WIGHT - WOOTTON BRIDGE
Glamping Shepherds Hut. Hot-Tub. Sleeps 2. A quaint, traditional hut in the heart of the Isle of Wight countryside. A quaint, traditional hut in the heart of the Isle of Wight countryside. There’s something romantic about packing your bags and heading off to the countryside together, and Bay makes the perfect place for those of you keen to get back to nature and just enjoy the peace and quiet.View property
The Isle of Wight, South of England
Glamping Shepherds Tent. Hot-Tub. Sleeps 2. Perfect for that romantic break in the country that’s all about getting back in touch with nature, Olive is a hut with a rural setting that feels miles from the hustle and bustle. Step inside and you’ll find yourself in a circular, open plan space that’s been designed with relaxation in mind.View property
High Bickington, Devon / Sleeps 2
Book from £56 Per Night - Explore the vast coastline within a half hour drive or stroll to the quaint villages of High Bickington or Umberleigh with local pubs and shops.View property
High Bickington, Devon / Sleeps 2
Book from £58 Per Night - Situated in North Devon, the market town of South Molton is a short 10 minute drive and the coast is a 30 minute drive.View property
Annan, South West Scotland / Sleeps 2
Book from £56 Per Night - Overlooking the Taw Valley, drop your car off and get picked up in a private buggy where you will get whisked off to your pod for a memorable stay.View property
Glamping holiday accommodation is a combination of glamorous and camping, and mostly that's what it is in a nutshell. It's the new trend of luxury camping that involves staying in facilities that are a bit more luxurious than the standard tent set up. Typically, when you look at a glamping hot tub property, this will be a self-contained unit with all the modern fixtures and fittings you'd expect.
The good thing about a glamping site is that there is such diversity of where you can go. These range from safari tents, eco-pods to renovated shepherds huts, to VW campervans and even a restored and furnished double-decker London bus.
Pods and yurts offer the perfect way to spend a break with friends, family or a loved one. Coming in all shapes and sizes, the outside of these pods and luxury yurts with hot tubs may look simplistic, but the interiors are a far cry away from traditional camping.
Each yurt or safari tents have there own character, luxury glamping facilities and quirkiness.
A popular destination for North Yorkshire campsites and North Yorkshire glamping, for several reasons. Representing about a tenth of England and with unlimited things to do and ways to spend the quality time it's no wonder new glampsites are popping across York.
If you're after a National Park, then you're in luck with some on your doorstep. A hot tub holiday in this part of the world is ideal for families with a child as there are plenty of places to visit with dogs along the coastline and countryside.
The historic county, in the far northeast corner of England, has some spectacular sites for glamping and is consequently one of the country's most popular glamping places and destinations for a glamping holiday with landmarks such as Bamburgh Castle & Hadrian's Wall on your doorstep.
Known for the outdoors, a luxury holiday break here usually consists of bike rides and walks with the children. Whether your in large groups, a small family with a child or simply a couple, this county caters for all guests.
A top UK tourist destination for glamping with hot tubs and Cornish glamping is playing a more and more important part of that visitor experience.
As a county with both spectacular countryside and coastlines, choosing to glamp is a perfectly reasonable option for a family with a child wanting to spend time in a cabin.
Mid Wales and North Wales especially have hundreds of glamping site choices. An exciting part of the British Isles, North Wales has a large number of Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and National Parks.
Mid Wales is especially popular for these types of glamping breaks as you have the Brecon Beacons National Park just south with a lot of pods. Mid Wales also has a vast selection of walks available on your doorstep.
Scotland has long been an object of desire for holidaymakers wanting to get back in touch with nature.
Much of the Highlands and islands in the country's North and West were opened up for tourism from the late 18th Century onwards, as romantic souls from England and the Continent were encouraged to find inner peace against the dramatic backdrop.
A somewhat neglected corner of England, it sits at the crossroads of many different places. Parts of the ancient county have been carved off to contribute to Merseyside and Greater Manchester, while the historic city of Chester now sits in its own Unitary Authority.
There are plenty of adults glamping opportunities across the border into Wales and also around the Peak District. Glamping sites are relatively new to the market but very popular amongst couples.
Anyone thinking of Devon glamping will be spoiled for choice. With up to nine National Parks, the county is awash with glampsites that have all the weird and wonderful bell tents and safari tent choices, most with tubs.
This East England county is associated with many things, but glamping not so much. With its connections to the East End of London and its portrayal in the media, this county possibly suffers due to its popular culture profile
The county is in south-east England and is often seen as something of a go through location rather than stay. Situated in between Dover and London, It's often overlooked as a glamping destination in its own right.
However, there is a place and holiday type for all families and this slice of heaven offers great seaside towns, vast wildlife, beautiful gardens and has everything you need for a child to play and stay entertained for days.
Recently breaks for adults only has become more and more popular as couples & adults often want to relax without any children running around or some parents need a peaceful weekend away to themselves. Many of the glamping accommodation comes with private tubs that are exclusive to adults only as there is often little to do for children to keep them entertained. Unlike holiday parks, there isn't a host of activities or entertainment at these pods. Depending on your location and if you have a vehicle, adults will often be able to visit local attractions and then retreat beak in the evening to your hot tub and glass of bubbly.
Another thing to consider for adults is that safari tents will be slightly higher in price due to there luxury and larger size in comparison to camping pods which may only sleep two. They may not have a swimming pool but with private tubs and panoramic countryside views, they do offer a tranquil stay. If you are after certain types of glamping bell tents, say dog friendly, with sea views, based in the hills, or perhaps something extravagant like looking over Snowdonia mountains, be sure to enquire about the hideaway before you book.
If you have a child and would like to enquire about safari lodges for that ideal family adventure, just ring before you book to see if they are allowed.
These types of traditional glamping Yurt domes are made using a variety of angled wood to create the walls, door and ribs.
They are especially popular among families with children as they are large and often located on a farm with plenty of countryside views to enjoy from your private hot tub.
A cabin is often a luxurious glamping stay located on campsites, a farm or holiday park with room for 2-4 people normally.
Depending on the cabins, place or area you’re staying at, internet access and countryside walks are usually available from your glamping cabin.
One of the more unusual glamping options, a treehouse is usually part of a collection and can sleep, large groups.
They are excellent if you want to view the stars at night and experience something unique.
Often reserved for a romantic escape, these glamping huts are mainly located in rural surroundings either on a farm or campsites.
Most people picture these cosy huts when they think of glamping as they are often in an area off the beaten track but still provide a great degree of comfort.
A shepherds hut is also one of the more expensive choices out of all the camping and glamping properties.
These exclusive self-catering glamping properties are ideal for groups or families of more than five.
Their large size gives ample room for a glamping retreat and you can usually find them on campsites, holiday parks and sometimes even a farm.
A bell tent is a simple structure supported by one central pole and covered with cotton canvas, very similar to domes.
They are also close to glamping Yurts but a bell tent is often smaller and more compact.
The area they are typically found in are glamping campsites, a farm or private.
Unlike anything else, a gypsy caravan has become a firm favourite among glamping enthusiasts. Due to there unusual nature, they are great for couples who want a peaceful glamping escape. Like most of our glamping properties, these can be found on a farm, campsites and park resorts.
If you've always fancied the idea of something different then glamping sites with safari tents or staying in bell tents might be for you. It provides the secluded raw experience of camping but offers luxury like private tubs. You'll also be treated to some spectacular views from the comfort of your very own living room as opposed to in a tent.
These types of glamping stays are most popular among adults and parents. Other types of accommodation, check out cabins, treehouses, tipis & camping pitches. It's important to get bookings in early as availability is limited on these properties, especially large groups.