Forest & Woodland Holidays: Luxury Hideaways in Nottinghamshire with Hot Tubs
The most popular Nottinghamshire log cabins and cottages. Relax, Rest, Enjoy!
We all lead busy lives, so isn't it great to get some time away from it all with family or friends and what better way to relax than renting one of our hand-picked, luxurious lodges with hot tubs in Nottinghamshire?
Home to the legendary Robin Hood, this beautiful and historic county sits in the heart of the East Midlands and is home to 800,000 people. A mix of myth, legend and history along with fantastic scenery, superb shopping and plenty to occupy the kids, what more could you want for a romantic getaway or family break?
Our recommended hot tub cottages are equipped to impress even the fussiest of holidaymakers with all the facilities you would expect from a good hotel at a fraction of the cost, including; open plan living, fully-fitted kitchens, en-suite bathrooms, state-of-the-art entertainment equipment and of course your own secluded outdoor jacuzzi.
Discover Robin Hood's county, we think you'll be surprised at all it has to offer and we're sure the memories you make will last a lifetime.
Luxury Lodges and Cabins in Nottinghamshire
Check out the best cottages with hot tubs and log cabins in Nottinghamshire; 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 Nottinghamshire really does restore the soul!
Redbrick Woodland Lodge
Edwinstowe , Nottinghamshire
The Sherwood Hideaway
Sherwood Forest Lodges
Sherwood Forest, Nr Edwinstowe
Or maybe you prefer a luxury holiday cottage
Weston, near Newark, Nottinghamshire
Rufford Park Lodge
Rufford, Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire
Relax and Enjoy a Break in Nottinghamshire
Looking for a romantic getaway in Nottinghamshire, group accommodation in the Midlands or family holiday home close to amenities? No problem this picturesque county boasts a fine selection of cottages, log cabins and lodges with hot tubs.
Cook up a storm in the well-equipped kitchen, enjoy quality family time in the comfortable living areas or pop some steaks on the barbeque and enjoy dining al-fresco before a soak in your own inviting hot tub.
Many of our properties offer ground floor accommodation making them suitable for guests with partial disabilities, most offer cots and highchairs if you are travelling with a baby.
Some can be booked together with neighbouring properties for large groups and there is a good selection of pet-friendly cottages with hot tubs in Nottinghamshire.
About Holidays in Nottinghamshire
Nottinghamshire may be famous for Sherwood Forest which was home the green-clad Robin Hood and his merry men but there is a lot more to this stunning county.
Europe’s biggest antique fair is held 6 times a year just outside Newark, the excellent range of farmer’s markets and dining options have put Nottinghamshire on the food lovers map and the stunning countryside is a haven for walkers and cyclists.
Discover the stunning Vale of Belvoir which is designated as an AONB, enjoy a leisurely cruise along the River Trent or tee-off at one of the excellent golf courses in the area.
Easily accessible from all over the UK and offering a diverse range of attractions and activities its no wonder Nottinghamshire is one of the country’s top holiday destinations.
Activities and Must-see Sights in Nottinghamshire
Explore bustling market towns such as pretty Southwell with its historic minster and Newark with its Civil War Centre and exciting Air Museum and get the whole family involved with a fun-packed day at one of the many activity centres.
From mountain biking to sky-diving and for the less adventurous cookery courses and photography workshops Nottinghamshire really does have it all.
Finish the day with a freshly prepared meal back at your holiday cottage or if cooking’s not your thing you'll find plenty of cafes, pubs and restaurants in Nottingham.
In our quest to give you the best holiday experience, we have come up with a list of some of the best attractions in Nottinghamshire,
No visit to this area would be complete without a trip to the legendary home of one of the most famous men in history.
This 450-acre country park attracts around 350,000 visitors a year, with its, picturesque scenery, history, wildlife and ancient oak trees, including the renowned "Major Oak".
Thought to be almost a thousand years old, is estimated to weigh a massive 23 tons and has branches that stretch for 92 feet,
Take a leisurely stroll through the leafy glades, relax with a cuppa in the restaurant or browse the visitor centre shops. The park is also home to the annual Robin Hood festival which takes place the first week in august.
Set in 500 acres of magnificent parkland and gardens this grade 1 listed Elizabethan country house dates to the 1580's.
Sitting atop a hill 3-miles west of Nottingham, it is home to Nottingham's Industrial museum, the city's Natural History Museum and the Yard Gallery along with its own reconstructed interiors.
Experience the grandeur of the upper house, visit the kitchens and servant's quarters to see life below stairs and marvel at the stunning architecture.
Outside deer roam freely around the park and there are some beautiful areas to explore including the walled botanical garden and the immaculate formal gardens, perfect to sit and relax on a warm summer's day.
City of Caves
Carved out of sandstone, this huge labyrinth of 500 caves can be found underneath the streets of Nottingham and are not surprisingly, a popular family attraction.
During this archeological journey, you will see the country's sole medieval underground tannery, the remains of Victorian slums and the Anderson air raid shelter where local people sought refuge during the Nottingham Blitz of World War 2.
Said to be one of the most haunted places in England, there are regular ghost tours throughout the year, though these can be scary and are not for the faint-hearted so maybe leave gran and the kids back at your Nottinghamshire hot tub cottage.
Boasting spectacular views over the city Nottingham Castle has a rich and chequered past. It was the starting point of the civil war and boasts a great deal of intrigue, long sieges and grisly murders during its long history.
Nowadays it is home to some beautiful art galleries, the Sherwood Foresters Regimental Museum and a wide range of exhibitions and events throughout the year.
The six acres of Victorian gardens include a medieval themed playground for the little ones and a covered picnic area, make this majestic castle perfect for a family day out
Being a landlocked county the last thing you would expect to see during your holiday in Nottinghamshire is a beach, however every year during the summer months the Old Market Square gets filled with over 300 tons of sand.
Relax in an old-fashioned deck chair with an ice-cream, while the kids build castles in the sand at the country’s biggest urban beach right in the heart of the city.
Visitors will also find a funfair with traditional rides, a water pool in which to enjoy a paddle, amusements, an outdoor bar and plenty of food huts transforming the city centre into Nottingham-on-sea.
Attenborough Nature Reserve
This award-winning attraction is run by the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust and is a wonderful place for nature lovers to enjoy the peace and tranquility of the idyllic Nottinghamshire countryside.
Take one of the many trails around the reserve, take a secret peek at the wildlife from one of 4 bird hides, watch the huge flocks of migrating birds in the winter and look out for new signs of life in the spring.
With interactive displays, cafe and nature shop, even if you are not a bird-lover this beautiful nature reserve is a lovely place to relax and while away an afternoon whatever the time of year.
D H Lawrence Birthplace Museum
The famous author of such works as Lady Chatterley's Lover, The Rainbow and Sons and Lovers was born in Eastwood near Nottingham in a miner's cottage which is now open to the public.
This small yet charming award-winning museum was one of 4 homes of the Lawrence’s in the area and gives an insight into the family’s life along with the mining community in which they lived.
Family friendly, the museum offers vintage toys and trails to keep the little ones happy, before exploring the nearby craft shops and cafes.
The Final Word
There are tons of things to do and see in Nottinghamshire. Whether you're on a romantic break, weekend getaway with friends or annual family holiday, there is something for all ages, tastes and budgets.
The most famous forest in the world, fascinating museums and picturesque villages just waiting to be explored along with public gardens, magnificent stately homes, family attractions and a host of food festivals are just some of the reasons holidaymakers love this area.
Offering the best of both worlds visitors staying at hot tub lodges in Nottinghamshire can revel in the tranquil countryside or head to the city for Michelin starred restaurants and a vibrant nightlife.
Then after a busy day doing whatever you please you can return to your luxury holiday home pour a drink and relax in the warm bubbles of your indulgent hot tub under the stars.