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The most popular hot tub holidays in Shropshire.

Welcome to Shropshire, a charming slice of England waiting to be explored. Here you’ll find picture-perfect villages, rolling hills and historic towns to explore.

The county has plenty of sights to enjoy, along with bustling markets and cosy pubs. You can dive into history with ancient castles, or visit the iconic Iron Bridge.

Whether you're wandering the medieval streets of Shrewsbury or hiking the scenic Shropshire Hills, there's something for everyone. And we’ve got some fantastic hot tub hideaways in Shropshire for you to choose from, including luxury lodges and comfy cottages.

Self Catering Hot Tub Breaks in Shropshire

Check out the best Shropshire lodges with hot tubs; 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 Shropshire really does restore the soul!

  • Pine Lodges At Arscott Golf Club


    A fantastic resort with onsite fishing and an 18 hole golf course for all abilities to enjoy.

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  • Brookside Leisure Park


    A fantastic resort with onsite coarse fishing and an 18 hole golf course for all abilities to enjoy.

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  • Woodland Park Lodges


    Set beneath a lush canopy of woodland, enjoy various walks, cycling routes and teaming wildlife.

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  • Ashlea Pools Lodges

    Hopton Heath

    A stunning set of lodges with cricket, fishing, archery and bike hire all available onsite. Dogs are also more than welcome.

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  • Beaconsfield Park


    This unique getaway destination in the Shropshire countryside sits in magnificent landscapes. It comes complete with French windows to take in the natural beauty around you while you enjoy couples retreat to make your dreams come true.

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  • The Old Sawmill


    Situated in the Clun Valley, this is a wonderful base for walking and cycling enthusiasts. Ludlow, is only 13 miles away & well worth a visit.

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  • Gadlas Park

    Ellesmere , Shropshire

    A collection of luxury lodges in a rural location with plenty of country pubs, quaint villages & idyllic countryside for you and your love ones to enjoy.

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  • Black Hall Lodges

    Knighton , Shropshire

    This beautiful property is close to the historic town of Knighton, enjoy a variety of onsite facilities including a sauna, swimming pool & childrens play area.

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  • Wigmore Lakes Lodges

    Wattleborough, Nr Shrewsbury

    Situated on the English-Welsh border, these cabins are ideal for an angler with two large fishing lakes in the heart of the Shropshire Hills.

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  • Henlle Hall Woodland Lodges

    Nr Oswestry

    A haven for lovers of the outdoors, these lodges are surrounded by vast countryside and teaming with various wildlife and outdoor activities.

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  • The Larches

    Nr. Bishops Castle

    A lovely cabin with panoramic views over the Shropshire countryside from the comfort of your own sunken hot tub. A charming market is just nearby.

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  • Nuthatch


    This romantic cottage is perfect for a small family, this cottage is located near Llangollen, famous for its motor museum & canal boat rides.

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  • Henlle Hall Cottages

    Nr Oswestry / Sleeps  2-8

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • garden
    • Stunning views

    Charming cottages with great access to Chester & Shrewsbury. Nearby attractions include kayaking, horse riding, trekking & steam railways.

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  • Canal View

    Tetchill, near Ellesmere / Sleeps  4

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • Rural
    • Spacious

    A beautiful barn conversion with a secluded hot tub, ideally located on the banks of the Shropshire Union Canal. A perfect retreat for a small family.

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  • The Cart House

    Alberbury / Sleeps  2

    • hot tub
    • wi-fi
    • parking
    • Washer / Dryer

    Located on a 220 acre arable farm in the quaint village of Alberbury. There is a shop and pub within a couple of miles as well as an honestly box for fresh eggs.

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  • The Granary

    Soudley, Nr Market Drayton / Sleeps  2

    • hot tub
    • wi-fi
    • Peaceful location
    • Large decking area

    Situated in the quiet village of Soudley, there is also stabling available for any horse owners prior to booking. This property is also for adults only.

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  • The Stables

    Soudley, Nr Market Drayton / Sleeps  2

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

    A terrific barn conversion that is best suited for a couple looking to unwind and enjoy a romantic break. There is vast countryside on your doorstep to explore.

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Where to Stay in Shropshire

A lot of people prefer to base their self-catering Shropshire holidays near Shrewsbury. The town is known for its timber-framed buildings, historic streets and scenic riverside walks, as well as attractions like Shrewsbury Castle, Shrewsbury Abbey and the Quarry Park.

There’s also Ludlow, situated in the heart of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with its own picturesque streets and traditional markets, along with some stunning countryside views.

If you prefer a more secluded retreat, consider staying in one of Shropshire's charming villages, such as Church Stretton or Much Wenlock. These offer easy access to nearby attractions like the Long Mynd and Wenlock Priory and have some great inns and small restaurants where you can try some delicious food – perfect for those nights you don’t want to cook.

If you’re a bit of a history buff wanting to enjoy some traditional sights, we’d recommend a stay near Ironbridge on the River Severn. The town is known for its industrial heritage, with attractions such as the Iron Bridge, Blists Hill Victorian Town and the Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron.

Insider Tips for Shropshire

  • Visit Ironbridge Gorge: Explore the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, with its museums, historic sites and scenic walks. There’s plenty to fill a couple of days at least here, if you’re interested in these heritage attractions.
  • Discover Ludlow: Wander through the charming market town, known for its medieval architecture, food festivals, and historic castle. The markets are always bustling with great stalls.
  • Walk along the Long Mynd: Hike in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, offering panoramic views of the Shropshire Hills. You’ll feel like you’ve earned that hot tub soak at the end of the day!
  • Explore Shrewsbury: Spend some time exploring one of the main towns of Shropshire, and enjoy a bit of light retail therapy or just a relaxing wander, maybe with a coffee break or two.
  • Visit Attingham Park: Explore the grand Georgian mansion, its parkland, and walled garden, managed by the National Trust.

Shropshire offers a diverse range of places to stay, from historic market towns to tranquil countryside retreats. Whether you're seeking history, nature, or just a romantic and relaxing break, our lodges and cottages with hot tubs in Shropshire are ideal.



Together with the Ironbridge Gorge, the bridge spanning the River Severn is an UNESCO World Heritage Site and deserves its place on any holidaymaker's must-see list.

With loads to do for all the family including museums, kayaking, monuments, artisan breweries, quirky shops and some of the most delicious fish and chips you've ever had Ironbridge caters for everyone.

Let the kids discover science at the hands-on displays at Enginuity, explore the footpaths and trails surrounded by breathtaking scenery or relax in one of the many eateries situated along the banks of the river.


Stokesay Castle

Built by Laurence of Ludlow in the 13th century, this fortified manor house is one of the finest examples of medieval architecture there is in the country.
Admire the ornate carvings as you enter through the beautiful 17th century gatehouse and step back to medieval times.

Marvel at the great hall which has remained unchanged for over half a millennium or climb the tower for jaw-dropping views of the surrounding countryside.

There is a full programme of events throughout the year, a popular tearoom serving delicious local produce and a well-stocked shop selling heritage inspired gifts along with jams, chutneys and wine.


Sunday Lunch on the Severn Valley Railway

Why not try something a little bit different, this is perfect for those enjoying a romantic break in Shropshire, and those celebrating a birthday or special occasion.

Leaving from Kidderminster in the neighbouring county of Worcestershire there are 2 steam-hauled restaurant trains serving a 3 course Sunday lunch in lovingly restored first class dining carriages reflecting the style of the 1930's and the 1940's.

Travel through 16 miles of glorious Shropshire countryside while you dine and imagine a bygone era.

These services also hold murder, mystery meals throughout the year and special afternoon cream teas served in style.



Viriconium or Wroxeter as it is now known was once the 4th largest city in the UK during Roman times with over 5,000 inhabitants.

Experience the life of the Roman settlers with a visit to the site museum, learn about their day to day life in the reconstructed town house and don't miss one of the major features, the municipal baths.

Although much of the settlement remains below ground there is still plenty to do and see at one of Britain's finest archeological attractions and while you’re there why not take a tour of the impressive adjacent vineyard.


Battlefield Falconry Centre

For a value for money day out with the kids you can't beat this bird of prey centre located in Shrewsbury.

With over 30 birds including falcons, hawks and owls they offer some unique activities for bird lovers including the popular "take a hawk for a walk".

After a short ride across Albrighton Estate the site of the battle of Shrewsbury in 1403, you are shown how to handle these majestic creatures and the walk begins.

During the hour's stroll the birds are called back to your fist and you can watch them soar among the trees and surrounding countryside, an amazing experience for all.


Blists Hill Victorian Town

Travel back in time with a visit to this open-air museum, one of ten situated in Ironbridge Gorge.

Costumed characters give an intriguing insight into life in the 19th century, during the reign of Queen Victoria.

Take a ride in a horse and cart or taste some of the old-fashioned treats at the sweetshop. Peek inside Victorian cottages to see how the local people lived and you can even dress up in costume for a photograph.

Have fun at the Victorian funfair and enjoy traditional fish and chips. This really is a fun-packed day out for all the family.


Weston Park

Set in over a thousand acres of parkland and stunning gardens, this lavish 17th century mansion is one of the leading tourist attractions in the Midlands.

The house itself has an array of treasures including one of England's most impressive collections of artworks and the Victorian library which is home to over 3000 books.

In the grounds you will find the hugely popular Temple Wood which boasts an excellent adventure playground with climbing wall, trampolines, log swings and one of the longest zip wires in the country.

Great food and drink is available at the restored 18th century Granary which serves top quality local produce all year round.

The Last Word

Welcome to Shropshire. Better yet, welcome to the best hot tub lodges in Shropshire. This is your chance to soak in a hot tub as you admire the beautiful night sky. It is your chance to give your family a fun-packed holiday they will never forget.

And you can bring them all; children, grandparents, friends… even the pets if you choose one of our recommended pet-friendly holiday homes, or if you prefer why not book a secluded cottage just for two.

This place really does have it all. Whether you're on a romantic holiday, travelling with a group of friends or enjoying a short family break, there is small and large log cabins in Shropshire with hot tubs to keep everyone happy.

This beautiful county is home to fascinating museums and historic Roman ruins as well as spectacular gardens, fun family attractions, outdoor pursuits and is one of the best destinations for food lovers with gastronomic delights at every turn.

Enjoy a canal cruise, take a leisurely stroll with your dog, or indulge in some fancy treatments at one of the posh spas or elegant hotels.

The Shropshire countryside is host to the Red Fox, so why take a look at our guide to Animals by season, where you can find out about their habits and how to improve your chances of spotting one!

Shropshire not only offers a multitude of activities and attractions it also provides a warm welcome and relaxing laid-back atmosphere perfect for those wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of city life.

Add to that superb luxury accommodation with your own exclusive hot tub in which to enjoy lazy evenings under the stars with a glass of champagne and we think you’ll agree you have all the ingredients for an unforgettable break

Go on, what are you waiting for? Pack those bags and enjoy one of the country's top holiday destinations.