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The most popular hot tub holidays in the Midlands.

The Midlands, often considered the heart of England, is rich in history, culture and natural beauty.

From the rolling hills of the Peak District to the historic cities of Birmingham and Nottingham, the Midlands offers plenty of attractive qualities when planning your next relaxing getaway.

If you specifically want hot tub breaks in the Midlands, we’ve got you covered with some fantastic options, close to major cities or set in the heart of beautiful countryside. Whether you’re looking for a last-minute escape from everyday life or planning a romantic break in advance, you’ll find some great options here.

Private Hot Tub Breaks in the Midlands

Check out our hand-picked cabins and cottages with hot tubs in the Midlands; Bring the kids, the grandparents, friends, even the family dog of you choose one of several pet-friendly holiday homes in the area, because everyone is guaranteed a fantastic time here!

  • The Sherwood Hideaway Lodges

    Newark-on-Trent / Sleeps  4

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • wi-fi
    • Gas & electricity included

    A luxury retreat for families and friends alike, facilities include an indoor pool, gym, steam room, sauna and restaurant.

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  • Redbrick Woodland Lodges

    Edwinstowe / Sleeps  2

    • hot tub
    • wi-fi
    • garden
    • parking

    A perfect setting for exploring Robin Hood country with miles of walking trails and cycling routes on your doorstep.

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  • The Stalls

    Aynho, near Banbury, Northamptonshire / Sleeps  6-8

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

    Located on the borders of Northamptonshire and Oxfordshire, this property is ideal for a family break.

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  • Waxwing Cottage

    Lubenham / Sleeps  6

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

    This luxurious cottage is the perfect setting for an unforgettable holiday with great access to major cities.

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  • Bridge House

    Near Overseal / Sleeps  5

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

    Set in an acre of private landscaped gardens, this property has a large garden boasting a private hot tub.

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Where to Stay in the Midlands

There are loads of great bases for hot tub holidays in the Midlands.

Starting with the cities, Birmingham is the vibrant heart of the region. With its bustling streets, world-class shopping and rich industrial heritage, it’s a fantastic choice for those who love the buzz of urban life.

Further east, you’ll find Nottingham, famous for its association with Robin Hood and its lively nightlife. The city offers a mix of historic charm and modern amenities, with plenty of bars, restaurants and cultural attractions such as Nottingham Castle to explore.

Heading west, the historic city of Coventry offers a more tranquil setting. Known for its medieval cathedral and thriving arts scene, Coventry is perfect for those seeking a blend of history and culture.

If you’re someone who prefers the countryside, the Cotswolds are a quintessential English destination. This Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is dotted with charming villages, rolling hills and picturesque cottages.

Towns like Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare, and Cheltenham, famous for its elegant Regency architecture and horse racing festival, offer a perfect blend of culture and relaxation when you want to venture out for a day.

Further north, the Peak District National Park is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. With its rugged landscapes, scenic walking trails and quaint villages, it’s an ideal destination for hiking, cycling and exploring the great outdoors. And there are some great pubs for a nice meal or a quiet drink, too.

Insider Tips for the Midlands

  • Visit Warwick Castle: Step back in time at this medieval castle with interactive exhibits, jousting tournaments and beautifully landscaped gardens. It’s not just a family day out, it’s great for couples too.
  • Discover Stratford-upon-Avon: Immerse yourself in the world of Shakespeare by visiting his birthplace, Anne Hathaway's Cottage and attending a play at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.
  • Tour the Black Country Living Museum: Experience life in an industrial Victorian town, ride vintage trams and try traditional fish and chips.
  • Shop ‘til you drop around Birmingham: Explore the vibrant Bullring shopping centre, or wander around the smaller independent shops throughout the city. Whether treating your partner or yourself, just make sure you’ve got the credit card packed!

A hot tub holiday in the Midlands offers the perfect mix of cultural heritage and natural beauty, but with some big cities nearby when you want a day trip to mix things up.


Chatsworth House

This lavish stately home is nestled in the heart of the peak district and attractions and offers a wonderful day out for all the family.

Explore the magnificent state rooms, the stunning Painted Hall and impressive Sculpture Gallery. Boasting one of Europe’s largest art collections guests can view paintings by the old masters alongside Egyptian artefacts and contemporary sculptures.

Outside the 105-acre gardens have some picturesque walking trails, a lovely Victorian walled garden and daily events throughout the summer.

Head over to the working far where the kids can watch the demonstrations, get up close and personal with the animals and let of steam in the large play area.

There are 3 gift shops where you can pick up a memento of your visit or Chatsworth inspired gift and 3 restaurants, where you can enjoy a family meal, indulgent afternoon tea in elegant surroundings or exquisite fine dining.


Alton Towers

The Midlands is a haven for thrill-seekers with a huge range of outdoor pursuits and some of the country’s best theme parks with arguably the finest being Alton Towers.

Home to over a 50 rides and attractions there is also a luxury spa, golf course and water park onsite making it perfect for all the family.

The theme park which is open from March to November boasts some of the scariest roller coasters to be found in the country including Thirteen, The Smiler and the newly opened Wicker Man.

Don’t worry if white-knuckle rides are not your thing there are plenty of family rides too like Frog Hopper and Congo River Rapids.

Little ones will love Cbeebies Land and bring your swimsuit if you plan on visiting the water park (admission charged separately).

With so much to do and see here 1 visit will be not be enough so look out for special offers, 2-1 discounts or invest in a season pass.


Stratford upon Avon

This picturesque town on the River Avon with its stunning Tudor buildings is famous the world over for being the hometown of William Shakespeare, who was born there in 1564.

Explore the cobbled streets and quirky antique shops, enjoy afternoon tea at a Bard-themed tearoom, see where the world’s greatest wordsmith was born, his mother’s house, visit his humble grave at Holy Trinity Church or see a magical performance by the Royal Shakespeare Company.

There are also tons of impromptu performances in public areas such as the beautiful park and if you want the best views in town give the Stratford big wheel a whirl; you can see for miles.

When you’ve had enough of Shakespeare why not take a leisurely cruise on the river, visit the Butterfly Farm; which is the largest in Europe or head to Hoorays British Kitchen for some of the finest Italian Gelato you’ll ever taste.

With events being staged throughout the year Stratford upon Avon has all the ingredients for a superb family day out.


Heights of Abraham

The Heights of Abraham is a popular and unique attraction in Matlock Bath which boasts a lovely promenade with amusements, cafés and fish and chip shops and is surrounded by picturesque walks and cycle trails,

The pretty spa town is also the gateway to the World Heritage Site where the Industrial Revolution began in the 18th century.

The highlight of any trip here is the cable car ride, from the top you are rewarded with spectacular views across the Derbyshire countryside and beyond.

When you reach the summit, there is plenty to keep everyone entertained with 2 play areas, a stunning underground cavern system, and various exhibitions including the Fossil Factory where you can uncover the history of this beautiful valley.

When you’ve finished exploring, why not treat yourself to a bite to eat at the Vista café which possibly has the best views of any restaurant in the country.


Coventry Transport Museum

If you like cars and are interested in the history of British transport, there is no better family day out.

Situated in Coventry city centre this award-winning museum is home to the largest collection of British vehicles in the world there is always something different going on.

Containing many rare vehicles that you won’t see anywhere else the museum charts the history of road transport and how the industry has impacted the city and its people.

See the two record-breaking land-speed cars, Thrust SSC and Thrust 2, and discover what it’s like to drive at the speed of sound in the 4D simulator.

View Queen Mary’s Daimler, the impressive Jaguar Heritage Collection and the famous Sky Blues Bus which paraded the victorious team around the city after they won the cup final in 18987.

With a host of temporary exhibitions and events going on throughout the year Coventry Transport Museum has something for everyone.

The Last Word

The Midlands is the perfect UK holiday destination. Why? Firstly, it’s easy to get to from all parts of the UK, it has some of the best family attractions in the country and the rural tranquillity is offset by busy market towns and cosmopolitan cities like Birmingham, Wolverhampton and Coventry.

This part of the country has a rich industrial heritage which is reflected in the number of fascinating museums and historic buildings just waiting to be explored, it also boasts cutting edge art and a rich multi-racial culture.

It’s here you will taste some of the best international food in the country, be wowed by the stunning scenery and thrilled by the huge array of outdoor pursuits including balloon rides, sky-diving, pony trekking, water-sports and off-road driving experiences.

This diverse and beautiful region really does have it all and is popular with couples, families and friends looking for a UK holiday to remember.