Breaks near Cambridge: Find Luxury Hideaways in Cambridgeshire with Private Hot Tubs
The most popular Cambridgeshire log cabins and cottages. Relax, Rest, Enjoy!
If you are looking for a relaxing holiday among gentle hills and fens, with magical sunsets, small traditional villages and plenty of places to visit, renting a lodge with hot tub in Cambridgeshire is the answer.
Hot tubs are becoming a must have, for many cabins and cottages and it's easy to see why. After all, they are the ultimate relaxation tool, nothing beats sinking into those bubbles at the end of a fun packed day feeling all the stress of everyday life melt away.
The county offers a marvelous range of things to see and do. including; country parks, historic houses, museums, castles, cathedrals, abbeys, nature reserves and of course the beautiful university town. For the more active Cambridgeshire is great for cycling, walking and horse-riding as well as more energetic activities such as
For the wildlife lover or bird watcher holiday destinations don't come much better with twenty-four nature and wildlife areas so don't forget those binoculars. The lush fens and marshes are interspersed with spectacular cathedral towns, medieval markets and glorious gardens.
So, pack your bags and enjoy a holiday to remember in Cambridgeshire
Holiday Lodges & Cabins in Cambridgeshire
Check out the best cottages with hot tubs and cambridgeshire lodges; be it for a couple, family or group of friends, you are guaranteed to find "the one" and pack your suitcases because a hot tub break in Cambridgeshire really does restore the soul!
Rosewood Stud Park
Chippenham, Nr Newmarket
Lode Hall Lodges
Three Holes, Nr Downham Market
Old Nene Golf and Country
Ramsey, Nr Huntingdon
Or maybe you prefer a luxury holiday cottage
Cave Farm Barns - Heron
Cave Farm Barns - Heron in Near Ely
Little Downham, near Ely, Cambridgeshire
Relax and Enjoy a Break in Cambridgeshire
When not exploring the many delights, this region has to offer you can be sure our log cabins, cottages and lodges with hot tubs provide everything needed for a luxurious, relaxing break.
Cook up delicious family meals in the well-equipped modern kitchen, switch off the alarm and enjoy a lie in, curl up in front of a wood burning stove or watch the sun go down from your spacious patio or deck.
With the added indulgence of your own private outdoor spa where you can relax and unwind, we think you’ll agree, UK hot tub breaks don’t come much better whatever the time of year.
Adding a little luxury to your holiday couldn't be easier with our pick of the best cottages and lodges with hot tubs in the county. Whether it's a family holiday, romantic weekend break or celebrating a special occasion you will find the perfect accommodation for the right price.
About Holidays in Cambridgeshire
Cambridgeshire is a landlocked East Anglian County, but one that is very popular with tourists due to the presence of Cambridge University, with its beautiful buildings, historic towns and picturesque villages plus a huge range of places to visit and outdoor activities.
It is also a great base for day trips to London with its vast range of world-class attractions and sightseeing.
Steeped in history Cambridgeshire was home to the earliest Neolithic settlement in the UK. Among the archaeological finds that have been discovered include those from the Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages.
The rich history of the county attracts history buffs, along with nature lovers, and anglers along with couples and families seeking a relaxing hot tub break in East England that won’t cost the earth.
Activities and Must-see Sights
There is so much to see and do in this charming county that one visit is never enough.
A paradise for walkers and cyclists it is also home to some excellent golf courses, excellent shopping, fine dining and a vast array of outdoor pursuits that will satisfy even the most adventurous adrenaline junkies.
There are farmers markets, artisan breweries, traditional country pubs and a host of food festivals along with quirky boutiques and antique shops.
Don’t forget to bring your camera as the breath-taking scenery, impressive architecture and wildlife make for some fantastic photo opportunities.
We have chosen some of the most popular attractions, that should be on the must-see list for visitors staying at a hot tub lodge in Cambridgeshire.
The grounds on which the Ely Cathedral sits have had a cathedral since 672AD. The present-day cathedral was constructed in 1083. It is the seat of the Bishop of Ely. It is one of the most spectacular Romanesque and Gothic cathedrals in the UK.
Marvel at the magnificent 13th century Quire and the Lady’s chapel at what was once described as one of the seven wonders of the middle ages.
Along with being a popular visitor attraction, the cathedral also hosts a range of cultural events throughout the year including concerts, plays and exhibitions.
There are no less than five zoos and wildlife parks in the area, meet the meercats at the Animal.
Experience in Stretham near Ely or check out the big cats at Linton Zoo which focuses on conservation and saving endangered species. Watch the otters being fed at Shepreth Wildlife Park or view the stunning white tigers at Hamerton Zoo near Huntingdon.
For something a bit different but no less fascinating why not visit the National Dragonfly Project at Wicken Fen which is the National Trust’s first nature reserve and the best place in Britain to spot Dragonflies.
Imperial War Museum, Duxford
Displaying the best in aviation the Imperial war museum in Duxford is a must-see foe anyone staying at a lodge with hot tub in Cambridgeshire. From paper planes to Jet fighters, there are over 200 aircraft at this historic museum.
Explore Concorde, the fastest and most famous commercial airliner ever, experience the iconic Spitfire in all its glory and marvel at the newly refurbished American Air Museum.
With eight hangars and air shows throughout the year there is always something different going on making the IWM fun for all the family. You can even take to the skies with one of the flight experiences on offer.
King’s College Chapel
Cambridge is renowned for its stunning architecture and nowhere is this more evident than King’s College Chapel. Built from 1446 to 1515, the chapel is located in the King’s College of the University of Cambridge. It represents the finest Gothic and Tudor architecture and is famed for its elaborate stained-glass windows.
Take a guided tour where you will discover the history, learn about the famous people associated with Cambridge and view a masterpiece by Rubens.
During term-time it is possible for the general public to hear the famed choral services, one of the best in the country.
Often combined with a tour of King’s college the backs are located in central Cambridge and include the grounds of several prestigious colleges on the banks of the river Cam.
Photographers will appreciate the Backs and the beautiful grounds are also perfect for a romantic stroll if you are staying at a cosy hot tub cottage for 2 in Cambridgeshire.
However, by far the best and most popular way to view this stunning vista is from the water. There are several companies offering punting on the river; the perfect way to spend a leisurely afternoon.
Owned and operated by the University of Cambridge, and just a short stroll from the river Cam this stunning building is one of the most iconic in the city.
Established in 1816 by Viscount Fitzwilliam of Merrion it has one of the best collections of paintings, in Britain, including works by Breughel, Constable, Rubens, Picasso and Monett to name a few.
It is also renowned for its outstanding collections from the ancient world, Some of the items you can expect to find here include; music manuscripts, Egyptian collections, paintings and Michelangelo bronzes.
The Raptor Foundation
This fantastic bird of prey centre is a wonderful day out for all the family, learn about the work the foundation does including rescuing, rehabilitation and returning injured birds back to the wild.
Watch amazing flying displays, there are tons of species including falcons, hawks and owls, some of which it is possible to hold, get up close and personal with the Meerkats, or book one of the amazing experiences which include hunting days, handling courses and special photography events.
There is also a large pond where you can buy food and feed goldfish and a playground for the little ones to let off steam.
The Last Word
Visitors to Cambridgeshire will be entranced by the lush fenland, elegant cathedral towns with willow lined rivers and medieval markets, plus one of the world’s greatest educational establishments.
Trace the footsteps of one of Cambridgeshire’s most well-known residents, Oliver Cromwell, head to Ely and drink in the spectacular views of sprawling wetlands from the famous lantern towers.
Explore Cambridge by punt or bicycle, visit a World War Two aircraft hangar, and a Norman cathedral in the town of Peterborough, get up close and personal with the animals at one of several wildlife parks or enjoy a romantic meal at the many award-winning restaurants in the area.
Add to that first-class accommodation with your own inviting hot tub in which to kick back and relax, enjoying leisurely evenings under the moonlit sky with a glass of something chilled, your loved one by your side and we think you’ll agree hot tub breaks don’t come much better.