Breaks in the Peak District: Luxury Hideaways in Derbyshire with Private Hot Tubs
The most popular Derbyshire log cabins and cottages. Relax, Rest, Enjoy!
This stunning county is a holidaymaker’s dream destination and renting a lodge with hot tub in Derbyshire is easy with our pick of the finest log cabins, cottages and luxury self-catering accommodation.
The county boasts the majority of the Peak District National Park, part of the National Forest, the Rivers Derwent, and Trent and dotted among this glorious countryside are picturesque villages, traditional pubs, antique shops and plenty of attractions.
Set among Derbyshire's idyllic scenery are some of the best cottages with hot tubs in England, where you can find all the comforts of home, with modern amenities, well-equipped kitchens, comfortable beds, en-suites and most importantly that secluded patio or decking area with your very own private outdoor Jacuzzi.
Derbyshire offers something for all ages and it's easy to see why the region attracts around 10 million visitors a year. Check out our recommendations of the best holiday homes with hot tubs in the area, pack those bags and enjoy the holiday of your dreams.
Luxury Lodges and Cottages in the Peak District
Check out the best cottages with hot tubs and log cabins in Derbyshire; 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 Derbyshire really does restore the soul!
Weston Wood Lodges
Swainswood Leisure Park
Overseal, Nr Ashby-de-la-Zouch
Ashby Woulds Lodges
Overseal, Nr Ashby-de-la-Zouch
Longnor Wood Holiday
Longnor, Buxton, Peak District
Landal Darwin Forest
Matlock, Peak District
Sandybrook Country Park
Ashbourne, Peak District
Or maybe you prefer a luxury holiday cottage
Clay Cross, Peak District & Derbyshire Dales
Pilsley near Matlock
The Cow Shed
Alport near Bakewell
About Holidays in Derbyshire
Derbyshire is a county in the East midlands which is home to a large portion of the Peak District National Park making it the ideal holiday destination for lovers of outdoor activities and those who want a peaceful rural retreat.
From show caves and magnificent stately homes to mountain biking and opera; summer or winter a hot tub break in Derbyshire will be one to remember.
Foodies will love the abundance of local produce readily available at farmers markets loads of food festivals and a superb selection of eateries where you will find everything from locally produced beers and cheeses to the world-famous Bakewell tart.
What better place to take a hot tub cottage holiday?
Activities and Must-see Sights in Derbyshire
Some people may be happy relaxing in the warm bubbles of their exclusive hot tub outside their luxury log cabin with hot tub in Derbyshire, and who could blame them.
But, if you do want to get out and about or indulge in the host of outdoor pursuits nearby, there is something for everyone.
Here are a few of the various attractions to be found in Derbyshire
Heights of Abraham
The Heights of Abraham opened in the 1780's and is one of the Peak District's most popular family attractions.
The alpine-style cable car gives visitors the opportunity to marvel at the breathtaking views of the surrounding scenery while giving the kids the thrill of traveling up to a height of over 500 feet from the base to the top station.
Don't forget your camera! The cable car ride isn't the only fun thing, there are also 2 show caverns to explore, an adventure playground, a spectacular viewing platform called "Tinkers Shaft" and walks through the estate's beautiful gardens.
Situated in Bakewell this baroque stately home of the Duke of Devonshire has over 30 lavish rooms included the impressive Painted Hall, regal State Rooms and a collection of art that spans over 4000 years with masterpieces by the likes of Rembrandt along with ancient Egyptian artefacts.
Chatsworth House is an enjoyable day out for young and old. It is nestled on the eastern banks of River Derwent among 150 acres of glorious gardens.
There is also a working farmyard where the kids can pet the animals, an adventure playground and various exhibitions, talks and events throughout the year.
Popular with water sport enthusiasts this large reservoir nestled within the heart of the Peak District offers a wide range of water sports for both kids and adults.
These include canoeing, sailing, wind-surfing and raft-building to name a few. The crystal-clear waters are also perfect for anglers and the 750 acres are well stocked with trout throughout the season.
It is also possible to hire a bicycle and follow one of the family-friendly cycling trails and after all that exercise what better way to unwind than returning to your Derbyshire holiday cottage or lodge with hot tub for a long relaxing soak.
National Tramway Museum
Step back in time when you visit this superb attraction located in Crich, a picturesque village near Matlock in Derbyshire,
With a retro sweetshop. “Olde Worlde” pub, café and tram depots you will feel like you are living in the 19th century.
Ride one of over 60, steam, horse-drawn and electric vintage trams through the period street, before learning about the history of this mode of transport at the fascinating museum.
Take a stroll through the Woodland Walk and Sculpture Trail before having a bite to eat at the popular tearooms and stocking up on souvenirs at the gift shop.
Peak District National Park
In 1951, the Peak District National Park became the first park to come under the protection of the government and is arguably one of the most beautiful areas in the UK.
There are activities galore for all the family such as; cycling, climbing, water sports, horse-riding and caving to name a few.
Kids and adults alike will enjoy the treetop adventures at the popular Go Ape, and for serious adrenaline junkies there is even white-water rafting and bungee jumping.
For the less energetic why not explore by foot, car or even experience a birds-eye view from a helicopter ride which will really jazz up your break in the Derbyshire countryside.
If you are travelling with kids aged 3 to 13 they will be over the moon if you take them to this brilliant theme park.
There are lots of rides to go on, along with stunning views of the surrounding countryside especially from the log flume with an altitude of 629 feet above sea level.
Kids will love the Digger Rides, Dinosaur Kingdom and fun themed areas and with a host of events throughout the year there is always something different going on.
An indoor play area and "Toyland" are perfect for toddlers and there are some lovely places to eat a picnic around the park.
The Derby Silk Mill
Formally the Derby Museum of Industry and History the Silk Mill was built in the early 18th century and is the world's oldest factory.
Derbyshire was the birthplace of the industrial revolution and exhibitions tell the story of this county's industrial heritage and the social history of the people who lived and worked there.
Learn about the development of Rolls Royce engines, the rail industry and many others including mining and pottery which shaped the lives of the local people.
There are also temporary displays, events and activities throughout the year making this a fascinating family day out.
Highfield Happy Hens
For a day out, that’s a little bit different and terrific value for money why not visit Highfield Happy Hens.
This award-winning farm is great for both kids and adults. With indoor and outdoor play areas for the kids they can also get up close and personal with the friendly farm animals, always on the lookout for food (You can collect a bag of food at the start of your visit)
Let the children collect some eggs before riding on mini tractor or having a ball on the bouncy castle and enjoying either a picnic or snack in the tearooms.
Set in picturesque countryside a visit here will keep your little chicks happy.
The Final Word
Historical sites that whisk you back to forgotten times, vast stretches of open countryside where you can spot rare wildlife and endless sandy beaches are just some of the reasons families and couples book lodges and cottages with hot tubs in Northumberland.
There is so much to do in this diverse county for history buffs, hikers, anglers, mountain bikers, foodies and romantics alike,
One of the many highlights are the magnificent Farne Islands where thousands of puffins and several seal colonies await to melt your heart, a unique sight and the finest wildlife experience in the UK.
At night, return to your luxury accommodation for a soothing soak in the massaging jets of your own private hot tub gaze upwards to see millions of stars in the renowned dark skies while enjoying a glass of something chilled. Now that’s Northumberland!