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Luxury Log Cabins in Gloucestershire with Private Hot Tubs

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The most popular hot tub holidays in Gloucestershire.

A county in the south west of England, Gloucestershire is made up of the Cotswolds, Forest of Dean & the River Severn. With miles of open countryside, these lodges with hot tubs in Gloucestershire provide an idyllic escape from the busy cities. 

Self Catering Hot Tub Breaks in Gloucestershire

Check out the best cottages with hot tubs and Gloucestershire log cabins; 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 Gloucestershire really does restore the soul!

  • Forest of Dean Lodges

    Coleford, Gloucester / Sleeps 2

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • Pamper packages
    • Travel cot/highchair

    Situated in one of England's finest natural forests, these lodges provide an idyllic escape from everyday life.

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  • Ford Farm Lodges

    Kilcot, Newent / Sleeps 2-4

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • wi-fi
    • Electricity included

    A lovely family run park with a stream running alongside the lodges. An ideal base with only a 20 minute drive to Gloucester.

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  • Whitemead Forest Park

    Gloucestershire / Sleeps 4

    • hot tub
    • wi-fi
    • Heated swimming pool
    • Go juniors program (3-7) 

    Situated in the wonderful Forest Of Dean, this resort provides an array of activities like zorbing, fencing, table tennis & snorkelling.

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  • Orchard Cottage

    Blakeney, Gloucestershire / Sleeps 2

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • wi-fi
    • garden

    Close to the ancient village of Blakeney and on the edge of the Forest of Dean. Head down to the local village pub or even grab yourself some fish and chips!

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About Holidays In Gloucestershire

Gloucestershire lies towards the south west of England and is made up of 4 distinct areas.

The Cotswolds, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and ideal year-round short break destination with stunning gardens, excellent country pubs, ancient churches, farmer’s markets, and so much more.

The Severn Vale, with its attractive timbered buildings, orchards, and meadows stretches across Gloucestershire and is steeped in history while The Stroud Valleys are home to numerous arts and craft studios.
The Forest of Dean is one of the country’s ancient hunting forests and is a fantastic place to walk the dog, indulge on one of the array of outdoor activities or enjoy a picnic surrounded by an abundance of flora and wildlife.

Activities & Places To Visit

There are lots of things that make this beautiful county special the seas of bluebells and daffodils in the spring, the picturesque villages, quaint country inns and plethora of activities to name but a few.

Food lovers will adore the many festivals and food fayres held in Gloucestershire throughout the year. From wine tasting in the winter to the Cheltenham Food & Drink Festival in the summer there is always something to tickle your taste buds.

Below are a few places to visit that will make you hot tub break in Gloucestershire extra special.

1. Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum

1. Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum

There is so much to see at this museum found within the historic dockyards of Gloucester, interactive displays and exhibits of over 300 years’ worth of military history.

You will get a chance to learn about the Napoleonic Wars, the Boar War, WWI and WWII to name a few and learn a little about the peace-keeping missions by the Royal Gloucestershire Hussars.

Several mannequins in full regalia, medal collections, weapons and a mock-up of a tank encampment really bring the history of war to life and this fascinating attraction gives a fantastic insight what life was like for these brave soldiers and their families.

2. Chavenage House

2. Chavenage House

Used as a film location for the popular BBC TV series Poldark this 400-year old Elizabethan manor house is located north-west of Tetbury in Gloucestershire.

Nestled in the stunning Cotswolds, it is reportedly one of the most haunted houses in Britain.

Visit the room where Oliver Cromwell stayed in 1648 and view the impressive collection of civil war relics from the ere.

Other rooms of note include the Great Hall with its impressive stained-glass windows and collection of fine tapestries and the Oak room which boasts elaborate wood panelling, dating back to the 16th century.

3. Clearwell Caves

3. Clearwell Caves

Set in picturesque countryside in the Forest of Dean these 9 ancient caverns offer a unique underground experience for all the family giving an insight into how iron ore has been mined for over 4,500 years.

Linked by passageways the natural caves are atmospheric with displays throughout portraying the miners' story. Iron ore from the caves was used to make tools, machinery and weapons as well as ochre powders for artists' pigments which is to this day still mined here.

There are picnic areas, a popular cafe and well stocked shop onsite and the attraction hosts numerous events throughout the year.

4. The International Bird of Prey Centre

4. The International Bird of Prey Centre

This popular tourist attraction is located in Newent and is set in 12 acres of stunning grounds.

The world's oldest centre dedicated to birds of prey it is home to over 250 raptors including; eagles, vultures, owls, falcons and hawks, there are picnic areas, a play area, free parking, a café and well-stocked gift shop for those essential mementos.

Daily flying demonstrations with talks and some great photographic opportunities make this a terrific day out for all the family and for those staying in a hot tub cottage nearby, in the Springtime, you can see the babies being reared which really is a special experience.

5. Robinswood Hill

5. Robinswood Hill

If you have been tempted by one of our pet-friendly lodges or cottages with hot tubs in Gloucestershire, you will not find a better walk to enjoy with your pooch than Robinswood Hill.

This 250-acre country park is 651 feet above sea level and offers stunning views of the surrounding area, it also includes a nature reserve with a variety of local wildlife including red kites, foxes and badgers.

Wild flower meadows, woodland, play areas for the children and fascinating timber sculptures make this a wonderful way to enjoy the spectacular countryside with or without your dog.

6. Gloucester Life Museum

6. Gloucester Life Museum

This timber framed Tudor building set in the heart of Gloucester is in fact 2 of the oldest houses in the town combined and dates back to between the 15th and 17th century,

No visit to this picturesque county is complete without visiting this fascinating museum and seeing the curiosities, artefacts and treasures which are on display.

The ancient property is devoted to the social history of the people living in the county of Gloucestershire. On exhibition are; local crafts, old fishing gear, historic costumes, a Victorian classroom, and domestic items spanning over 500 years of local life.

7. Cannop Cycle Centre

7. Cannop Cycle Centre

While strolling around sightseeing and admiring the breathtaking countryside is a fantastic way to spend time with the family some want a little more action.

If that's you; head to Cannop Cycle centre, situated in the Forest of Dean, this small woodland cycling centre offers everything you need to explore the surrounding countryside on 2 wheels.

Along with bike hire, toilets, picnic area and refreshments, it is the starting point of several fantastic family mountain bike trails, including the Forest of Dean Family Cycling trail. There are also 7 more challenging downhill tracks for the experienced cyclist.

8. Gloucester Cathedral

8. Gloucester Cathedral

Burial place of royalty and one of the finest medieval buildings in the UK, Gloucester Cathedral is situated in the heart of the county town and is well worth a visit for those staying in a Gloucestershire log cabin or cottage with hot tub.

Climb the 269 steps of the impressive towers to see the bells and take in the breathtaking views or take a tour of the crypt and marvel at the Great East Window.

Walk in Harry Potter's footsteps, through the medieval cloisters which were used as the corridors of Hogwarts during filming, before enjoying a cuppa in the coffee shop.

The Last Word

Gloucestershire is home longest river in the UK, the biggest oak woodland area, and the country’s most inland port which is now home to pleasure cruisers and narrow boats along with a fantastic selection of shops and restaurants.

Discover the regency town of Cheltenham or spend a day at the races,
visit iconic film locations or enjoy a fun-filled day at Puzzlewood in the Forest of Dean.

Explore the Cotswolds, this stunning Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with its honey coloured thatched cottages is one of the most attractive areas in the UK.

Whether you love to shop, want to relax in spectacular countryside, spend some time fishing, enjoy a round of golf, cycling or sitting in a lovely beer garden with a drink, you will find it all and more here.

Overseas holidays are great, sun, relaxation you may even get some white sand between your toes but with all our own country has to offer, a staycation can be just as good if not better and booking a lodge with hot tub in Gloucestershire guarantees a holiday to remember!

More and more of us Brits are choosing to holiday at home and with so many cottages with hot tubs available in the UK it's easy to see why. We think that Gloucestershire is one of the top destinations for a family break or romantic weekend away and we have put together some of the best accommodation with hot tubs in the region.

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