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Fantastic Hot Tub Escapes in Heart of England

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Central England is one of the most diverse places in the country, from rolling hills, theme parks and water sports to museums, castles and some of the best restaurants in the UK, the Midlands really does offer something for everyone.

Easily accessible from most parts of the country, with some of the best scenery you will find, and steeped in industrial heritage, it’s no wonder luxury hot tub lodges here get booked up quickly.

Whatever the time of year, you are guaranteed to have a fantastic time when you book a weekend away, romantic break or family holiday in the heart of England.

Top Places for Log Cabin Breaks in the Heart of England


  • Hardwick Hall and Gardens
  • Dovedale
  • Crich Tramway Village
  • Poole's Cavern & Buxton Country Park

Derbyshire Lodges >


  • International Centre for Birds of Prey
  • Royal Forest of Dean
  • Symonds Yat Rock
  • Hopewell Colliery

Gloucestershire Lodges >


  • Hawks Of Steele
  • Wollaton Hall and Park
  • Southwell Minster
  • Sundown Adventureland

Nottinghamshire Lodges >


  • Royal Air Force Museum
  • Battlefield Falconry Centre
  • The Quarry
  • British Ironwork Centre

Shropshire Lodges >


  • National Memorial Arboretum
  • Lichfield Cathedral
  • Gladstone Pottery Museum
  • Trentham Gardens

Staffordshire Lodges >


  • Bradgate Park
  • Armourgeddon
  • Great Central Railway
  • Kilworth House Theatre

Leicestershire Lodges >

Relax and Enjoy the Heart of England

The Midlands has always been at the heart of England’s heritage. The region is steeped in history; from the battlefields of Bosworth to Sherwood Forest, home to the legendary Robin Hood, it’s easy to see why hot tubs with lodges in Central England are a popular choice.

Our Midlands Lodges have become increasingly popular over the last few years and it's not difficult to see why.

You can explore areas of outstanding natural beauty, discover the cosmopolitan city of Birmingham, or visit the birthplace of Britain’s most famous bard William Shakespeare. Best of all after a day visiting the sights and exploring this diverse region of England you can return to your accommodation for a long leisurely soak in your own private hot tub.

Our selection of some the best cabins, and stylish lodges with Jacuzzis suit all budgets and can sleep from 2-20 people there are even pet-friendly lodges which means the family pooch doesn’t get left behind either.

Whatever the time of year there are always deals to be had, making a hot tub holiday in the Midlands accessible for all and it is only a few hours’ drive from most places meaning it’s one of the easiest places to get too.

So, take a few days off work, switch off your phone, pack your bags and enjoy the history, top-class family attractions and wide range of sports and activities available in the heart of England.

About Central England

The Midlands may not have miles of coastline but it more than makes up for it with areas of outstanding natural beauty, rolling hills, forests, pretty villages and some of the best cuisines in the UK.

Our Lodges in Warwickshire are home to fantastic views of the rolling countryside and with great activities in the local area, it's ideal for families with kids.

With superb sporting arenas, castles, cathedrals, and stunning gardens to explore you will never be short of things to do here and did I mention this is the home of the Cadbury’s Chocolate Factory.

Whether you choose a romantic hot tub break in the Peak District or an action-packed get-together with friends in Sherwood Forest you are guaranteed a “Staycation” ( to remember.

5 Activities and Must-see Sights In the Midlands

It might be tempting to spend your holiday relaxing in your luxury lodge with hot tub and who could blame you, but, here’s the thing; you would be missing out on tons of stuff to see and do.

Why not spend your days checking out the world-class attractions nearby and your evenings sitting under the stars, with a glass of something cold, feeling the warm bubbles of your indulgent whirlpool melt your cares away?

Check out our guide of the best places to visit in England. We’ve also put together some of the best things to do and see to get you started:

1. Alton Towers

1. Alton Towers

The UK’s number 1 theme park has something for all ages and is an exceptional day out for all the family. Located in Stoke-on-Trent it offers everything from white-knuckle rides to leisurely spa treatments

Home to CBeebies Land ideal for the little ones Alton towers has over 500 acres of rides and attractions the whole family can enjoy

If rides are not your thing, don’t worry there are plenty of other activities to keep you occupied. Make a splash at the largest indoor waterpark in the UK or enjoy a game of crazy golf at one of the 2 nine-hole courses.

Enjoy a picnic in the beautifully landscaped grounds or grab a bite to eat in one of the many restaurants and cafes.

Whether experiencing the thrills of some of the world’s best roller coasters or something less adventurous you are guaranteed a day to remember.

2. Cadbury World

2. Cadbury World

Discover a magical world of yummy chocolate delights, including interactive displays, chocolate making, learning about the history of chocolate and the world’s biggest Cadbury shop, this is a must-visit for visitors to the Midlands.

Watch how chocolate is made or ride the Crunchie roller coaster for a unique adventure in the 4D cinema, Let the kids run wild in the adventure play area or relax with a mug of creamy hot chocolate in the café.

Kids and adults alike will love the interactive exhibitions where you can grow your own cocoa tree or play in chocolate rain and take a trip down memory lane with a look at all the unforgettable Cadbury adverts.

You will come away with a pile of sweet souvenirs and also a much greater understanding of how chocolate is made, the places cocoa trees grow, and when it was discovered. Has learning ever been this much fun?

3. Warwick Castle

3. Warwick Castle

This medieval castle was built in 1068 by William the Conqueror after his victory at the Battle of Hastings and sits proudly on the banks of the river Avon.

Discover a thousand years of history Explore the exquisitely decorated interiors including the spectacular great hall, Queen Anne bedroom, and red drawing room.

The 50-minute interactive walk through the castle dungeon is not for the faint of heart but the birds of prey displays are fun for the whole family and Warwick Castle is also home to the world’s largest working trebuchet.

Take a leisurely stroll through the stunning grounds designed by Capability Brown, or let the kids enjoy the pageant playground, with daily shows and events throughout the year this is one attraction not to be missed.

4. The Peak District

4. The Peak District

From scenic countryside walks, and cycling trails to picturesque villages and challenging rock-climbing opportunities, you’ll almost certainly want this on your list of places to visit while staying at your holiday home with hot tub in Central England.

Take a journey underground and explore the vast limestone Poole caverns. Expert guides will tell you how the impressive stalactites have formed in the chambers over millions of years.

Stroll through some of the most breathtaking scenery in the country and if you want to get your teeth into some more energetic activities the Peak District is ideal, from water sports and horse-riding to tree-top trails and hot balloon rides there is something for everyone.

Don’t forget the stately homes either check out Chatsworth House, Hardwick Hall and Bolsover Castle are all within easy reach of your hot tub lodge in the Peak District.

5. Coventry Transport Museum

5. Coventry Transport Museum

For a free day out, that is fun for all the family Coventry Transport Museum is the place to go to learn about the history of transport and view the most amazing vehicles.

This huge museum is home to 300 cycles, 250 cars and 120 motorbikes making it the biggest display of British vehicles in the world.

With fantastic displays, and exciting interactive displays visitors can experience what it is like to drive a supersonic car or see Queen Mary’s Daimler.

Situated in the city centre, a full programme of events all year round means there is always something new not to be missed at this fascinating attraction.

6. Forest of Dean

6. Forest of Dean

Nestled in the heart of enchanting Gloucestershire, the Forest of Dean stands as an unparalleled tourist destination that captivates the senses and ignites the spirit of adventure. This ancient woodland, steeped in history and natural wonder, offers an idyllic retreat for visitors. With its sprawling canopy of trees, meandering rivers, and a tapestry of diverse flora and fauna, the Forest of Dean is a haven for nature enthusiasts, hikers, and explorers alike. Beyond its breathtaking landscapes, the forest carries a rich heritage, boasting vestiges of coal mining history, connections to medieval times and the modern day filming site of some of your favourite films.