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Luxury Log Cabins in Herefordshire With Private Hot Tubs

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The most popular Herefordshire log cabins and cottages. Relax, Rest, Enjoy!

More and more people are choosing to stay in the UK rather than fly abroad and hot tub lodges are rising in popularity. Herefordshire is located in the West Midlands on the border of Wales, the county town is Hereford, a cathedral city, rich in culture and history.

It is host to some of the most picturesque views that you can find in the whole of the UK. You’ll also find some of the nicest hot tub lodges in the country there, perfect for parties of all sizes whether you’re a young couple wanting a romantic getaway, a small or large family or even if you’re a group of friends just wanting a quiet retreat to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Today we’re going to look at some of the best hot tub lodges on offer in Herefordshire; we will also look at some of the best sights and activities to experience during your hot tub lodge retreat in Herefordshire.

Luxury Lodges and Cabins in the Herefordshire

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

  • OASIS LODGES

    Ledbury, Herefordshire

    Hot Tub. Wi-Fi inclusive. Outdoor swimming pool. All weather sports area.

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  • AYMESTREY LODGE

    Leominster , Herefordshire

    Hot Tub. Wi-Fi inclusive. Close to a Nature Reserves. Flat screen TV.

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Or maybe you prefer a luxury holiday cottage

  • The Stable

    Herefordshire / Sleeps 2

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

    For luxury lodges with and cosy cabins with bubbling hot tubs, look no further than Lodges With Hot Tubs. We believe that everyone should be able to enjoy a break from the everyday bustle now and then.

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  • Woodland View

    Heart of England / Sleeps 4

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

    For luxury lodges with and cosy cabins with bubbling hot tubs, look no further than Lodges With Hot Tubs. We believe that everyone should be able to enjoy a break from the everyday bustle now and then.

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About Holidays In Herefordshire

If you’re looking for the best place to find a hot tub lodge but at the same time experience unrivalled views of the British countryside look no further than the county of Herefordshire. It sits in-between Worcestershire and Wales, in particular, near the National Park of the Brecon Beacons.

Many people refer to the beautiful rolling hills and countryside of Herefordshire as simply ‘breath-taking’. Although it isn’t just the hills and countryside that attract people to Herefordshire, as well as it’s hot tub lodges it also offers many picturesque rock faces for ambitious climbers to tackle as well as experiencing a ride down the River Wye rapids. It is also a county that is rich in history being home to many castles including Goodrich, Eastnor, Hereford and Croft Castle, each of these offers an insight and preview into how people lived during the reign of previous Monarchies.

Herefordshire is split into five sub-divisions with these being Central, North, South, East and West. The county town of Hereford that lies in the central park of the county offers a friendly market atmosphere and has been the centre for the farming communities of Herefordshire for hundreds of years. Whilst visiting Hereford a visit to the 13th Century Mappa Mundi located inside the Cathedral is heavily recommending. It is the largest medieval map in the world offering an insight into what life was like during this century for the people of Hereford and beyond.

Activities and must see sights in Herefordshire

Goodrich Castle

This is one of the more popular of Herefordshire’s many castles being one of the most intact and preserved pieces of medieval architecture.

When you get to the castle you can take yourself on a free audio tour called ‘Castle Under Siege’ which gives you an insight into how life was in the 11th Century when the castle was built through to its unfortunate demise in 1646.

Inside the castle is also an exhibition boasting artefacts from the civil war as well as cannonballs that were used in the Civil War. Finally there is a shop which sells scrumptious sweets and heritage related products.

Wye Valley Laser Tag

Wye Valley Laser Tag

If you’re enjoying your holiday in your hot tub lodge in Herefordshire but want to experience something a bit different, why not try laser tag? This is situated in the beautiful Wye Valley.

There are a range of scenarios to choose from where you could be part of the attacking or defensive team, it is a top recommendation for families or groups of friends, and can be excellent for team building should you be wanting to boost morale.

Other activities found at this location include Wye Valley miniature golf and a butterfly zoo.

Kingston Golf Club

Kingston Golf Club

If you fancy yourself as an avid golfer why not see how well you can do at Kingston Golf Course located in Herefordshire.

It has been around since 1926 and is one of the best championship links courses you’ll find in the whole of the UK. Based on the natural contours of the landscape this means that you can play the golf course whether it’s in the middle of winter or whether you’re wanting to play in the summer sun.

It is the number one golf course in the whole of Herefordshire and was included in the top 100 golf courses in the whole of England according to leading publication National Club Golfer.

Clearwell Caves

Clearwell Caves

Herefordshire is home to a diverse terrain and included in this is the Clearwell caves that sit near to the Royal Forest of Dean. It is an excellent and enthralling experience for families and groups of friends alike.

There are a total of nine caverns located in this natural cave system that were historically used to mine iron ore. There are even candle-lit parties held in the caves that can cater for over 300 people.

These caves have been the subject of mining activity for more than 4,500 years offering you an insight into extinct creatures whilst still being home to the local Forest Freeminers, who go there to mine the iron ore to this very day.

Hereford Golf Academy & Footgolf Centre

Hereford Golf Academy & Footgolf Centre

Herefordshire has a rich history when it comes to golf so if you’re looking to improve your skills why not head over to the county golf academy located in Lyde. There a range of friendly teaching professionals on hand to help you improve you game whether you’re an amateur or you’re just starting to play the game.

There is also a foot golf course for those who like golf but want to try something a bit different balancing both fun and a sense of competition making it perfect for families and groups of friends alike.

There are 19 bays at the driving range and it is open 7 days a week making it viable no matter when you’re having your hot tub break in Herefordshire.

Herefordshire Raceway

Herefordshire Raceway

If you’re a petrol head or you’re just wanting to experience something different why not head over to the Herefordshire Raceway.

This is open to a full race track and it is also home to an outdoor go karting circuit that is available for anyone aged 14 or over and 1.5m in height to experience. This is the perfect day out whether you’re a group of friends, a family or even if you want to host a corporate event here.

It is referred to as the Premier Karting venue in the whole of the West Midlands and is also popular amongst stag and hen parties offering a competitive atmosphere to see who is the fastest around the 600 metre track.

Noakes Farm Riding Centre

Noakes Farm Riding Centre

Set in Herefordshire; this farm is perfect for groups of friends or families alike. It opens its doors to anyone enjoying a hot tub break in the area.

It consists of over 250 acres of farmland where you can ride one of the many beautiful horses. Lessons are also on offer in the outdoor area of the centre which provides tips in jumping, dressage and games.

This is perfect for the family with the centre offering after school riding clubs for children by the experienced and qualified instructors who are on hand to make sure your day at the centre is one not to forget.

Final Thoughts

All in all if you choose to have your hot tub break at a lodge in Herefordshire one thing you’ll certainly not feel is disappointed. In addition to having a rich cultural history Herefordshire also has some of the most breath taking scenery which makes it one of the most desirable locations for hikers in the UK.

Each of the hot tub lodges we’ve looked at today all offer excellent value for money and are ideal for a party of any size whether you’re a couple, a group of friends or a family. After a long day of experiencing the countryside of Herefordshire the perfect way to unwind and relax would be to have a dip in your own private hot tub which is something that each of these lodges offer.

There are also many activities to experience outside of the hot tub lodges in Herefordshire, some of which we’ve looked at today. These can include golf courses, exploring natural cave systems, racetracks and much more. No matter what you’re hobbies or interests are there is something for everyone to do when it comes to enjoying your hot tub break in Herefordshire.