• Central heating system in the lodges
    • Outdoor hot tub
    • Freeview flat screen TV
    • Beds with linen bed sheets, duvet

Relax in Your Own Leicestershire Hot Tub Lodge

Most UK residents thinks that going away for a holiday is the preserve of the powerful and moneyed. Do not let those glossy magazine pictures of far off lands dissuade you from taking your own holiday. There is a new trend where holidaymakers book a hot tub lodge in the countryside and go on to have a fantastic holiday without necessarily using up half their savings.

Getting a Leicestershire hot tub lodge will introduce you to a different form of holiday that is quickly catching on, especially among the urbanites. It will give you a rural escape where you can go for a weekend (or longer) and get to relax.

There are hundreds of hot tub enthusiasts out there who will swear that this form of holiday is better than sunbathing in an expensive resort in the Caribbean or South of France. A break in Leicester is even more interesting in that you do not need tourist visa processing or making travel arrangements with premium travel agencies. All you need to do is pick up a phone and book your hot tub lodge. You will then pack and drive yourself to the lodge which will act as a base for exploring all the attractions that Leicestershire has to offer.

The name Laegrecastrescir was first used in 1087 in reference to the present day Leicester County. Leicester is a landlocked region located in the Heart of England. Its neighbours include Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire, Rutland, Northamptonshire, among others. It is home to 1 milllion people, half of whom live in the city of Leicester. The rest are spread across small towns and idyllic villages.

You will be happy to know that the county sits in the middle of the Heart of England. It therefore acts as the ultimate base for those looking to explore the larger region, and even as far as the rest of England.

You Can Now Book Luxury Lodges in Leicestershire For As Little As £25 Deposit!

To ensure you get the best prices it's important to book early. Lodge owners love a full diary, but as they fill up, the prices shoot up. Get the best early booking discounts at Hoseasons.

Places to Visit and Things to Do in Leicestershire


During your stay in Leicestershire, you are well advised to explore as many attractions as possible. There are hundreds of holiday activities to engage in too.  To help you along, we have compiled a list of top 10 attractions in the county that will help you have varied insights into what the county has to offer. Take a look.

The National Space Centre 

Sitting adjacent to the River Soar along the A6 highway, the National Space Centre is one of the leading space and astronomy centres in the UK. It is a major attraction to both foreign and local tourists.

Bradgate Park 

This park looks like a lunar surface, only with the alluring green vegetation of planet earth. With rocks jutting here and there and vegetation growing uninhibited, the park is a beautiful setting for a great day out.

Abbey Park 

This is one of the most beautiful public spaces in the UK. Come here carrying a camera and extra sets of memory cards. You will also want to take a selfie here for your Instagram profile.


This is a theatre in Leicester that has been tagged as the foremost centre of performing arts in the county. Here, you can catch the latest acts in UK.

Ashby de la Zouch Castle 

Managed by the English Heritage, this castle’s ruins are a trip back to the medieval times. It is listed as Grade I building.

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Leicester Race Course 

This is your chance to do some betting as you watch the magnificent horses do their thing on the course.

New Walk Museum 

Take time and enjoy some real artistic talent in this gallery.

Jewry Wall Museum 

Overlooking the Jewry Ruins, this museum houses Iron age-Roman-Medieval artefacts.

King Power Stadium 

This is the home of the Leicester City Football Club that is currently competing in the English Premier League.

Leicester Castle 

This castle was built in 1070 under the supervision of Hugh de Grantmesnil, probably after the Norman conquest.

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