West Midlands Breaks: Find Luxury Hideaways in Staffordshire with Private Hot Tubs
The most popular Staffordshire log cabins and cottages. Relax, Rest, Enjoy!
More and more people are choosing to spend their time off in England and with our recommended cabins cottages with hot tubs in Staffordshire, it's easy to see why.
Do you sometimes wish you could get away from it all, switch off your phone and relax in the peace and tranquility of the rural English countryside? Well, you can in this stunning county in Central England.
Staffordshire is a great holiday destination for both families and couples and with our pet-friendly lodges in Staffordshire you can even bring your dog along.
Home to the highest village in Britain, Flash, at 1519 feet above sea level, Staffordshire is a land-locked county located in the West Midlands that has theme parks, castles, activities and sights a plenty to ensure a fantastic holiday.
Whether you are looking for a family getaway or a short break for two, there is something to suit all tastes and with the added luxury of your own private hot tub to soak away the stresses of everyday life what could be better?
Luxury Lodges & Cabins in Staffordshire
Check out the best cottages with hot tubs and Staffordshire lodges; 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 Staffordshire really does restore the soul!
Quarry Walk Lodges
Freehay, Cheadle, Staffordshire
Rudyard Lake Lodges
Nr Leek, Staffordshire
Or maybe you prefer a luxury holiday cottage
The Long Barn
Kingsley Holt, Staffordshire
Relax and Enjoy a Break in Staffordshire
Home to a superb selection of hot tub cottages, luxury log cabins and contemporary lodges with hot tubs, Staffordshire is a great choice when it comes to short UK breaks.
All our recommended holiday homes offer the utmost in style and comfort providing an escape from the stresses of modern-day living.
Most can arrange cots and highchairs if you’re travelling with a little one, there is a range of all ground-floor hot tub lodges suitable for guests with partial disabilities and if you want to bring along the family dog; choose from our hand-picked pet-friendly holiday cottages in Staffordshire.
Whether you are looking for a romantic retreat, relaxing family holiday or action packed short break, Staffordshire is jam packed with everything needed for an amazing time.
About Holidays in Staffordshire
Staffordshire is a landlocked county in the heart of the West Midlands, close to major transport links it is easily accessible from all parts of the UK, making it a popular choice for couples and families wanting a short hot tub break.
The county is home to parts of the Peak District and Pennine national parks a walker’s heaven along with numerous cycle trails for all ages and abilities.
For those looking for something a bit different why not go llama trekking, a unique and fun experience for all the family or take a pottery class in Stoke-on-Trent, the home of ceramics.
Activities and Must-see Sights
Steeped in history and boasting some of the country’s top attractions Staffordshire is a popular holiday destination and with so much on offer here it’s easy to see why.
From canal cruises to exhilarating roller coasters, brisk countryside walks to indulgent spa treatments there really is something for everyone,
The pretty towns and villages are home to an excellent selection of quirky shops selling everything from antiques, to fresh local products and designer brands while the restaurants and cafés are second to none.
Whether you come as a couple or a family you will be spoiled for choice as to how to spend your days; here are just a few suggestions.
The 2nd most popular theme park in the UK, with thrilling rides and loads to do for young and old Alton Towers bills itself as the ultimate destination for those looking for a fun-filled day out.
First-off the place is enormous covering an area of 3.7m². with a total of 39 rides including 10 white knuckle roller coasters.
There are many attractions onsite including a water park, 2 mini golf courses, Cbeebies Land for the little ones, Treetop Quest and lots of restaurants, bars and cafes to keep your energy up, there is even a Spa.
Alton Towers is well worth a visit and the top attraction in Staffordshire.
Whatever the time of year, you will not be disappointed with day out to Trentham Estate, located in Stoke-on-Trent.
Explore the stunning gardens with picturesque lake, let the kids run wild in the adventure playground, experience the unique fairy trail or try the Aerial Extreme.
Get up close and personal with 140 free roaming Barbary Macaques in the Monkey Forest and after the youngsters have let off some steam why not take a stroll through the excellent shopping village with over 60 stores, plus a wide range of restaurants and cafes in which to enjoy a bite to eat.
Drayton Manor Theme Park
Another of the UK's most popular theme parks can also be found in Staffordshire, and this one also incorporates an impressive zoo.
Drayton Manor attracts over 1.5 million visitors a year and is set in 280 acres of parkland.
It is the home of Thomas Land where young fans of the famous train can enjoy 12 Thomas-themed rides, live shows, an indoor play area and purchase special merchandise in the well-stocked shop.
Follow the Dino Trail or check out the collection of penny slot machines in Bryan's Works Museum whatever your age you are assured of a fun-filled day out at this attraction.
You can't visit Staffordshire without exploring the Peak District it has so much to offer, stunning views of moorlands, woodland and hills, country parks and nature reserves.
Punctuated with picturesque villages, bustling market towns and of course welcoming country inns, the area boasts a seemingly endless array of outdoor pursuits including cycling, horse-riding, and climbing to name a few.
Don't forget the camera as this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty offers plenty of photographic opportunities and if you have booked a pet-friendly cottage there is no better place to enjoy walks with your four-legged friend.
Water World, Stoke-on-Trent
Experience a fun family day out at Britain's number 1 indoor tropical water park, whatever the weather.
More than 30 rides make for a "Splashtastic" time, brave the white-knuckle Twister, relax on the lazy river, or experience the rolling surf of the wave pool. There is also an outdoor pool which is open during the summer months.
You can even relax on a sun lounger and imagine you are in the Caribbean on the beach or enjoy a delicious meal in the poolside restaurant.
This popular attraction is a wonderful way to spend an afternoon if the unpredictable British weather strikes.
Take a tour around the world at the spectacular landscaped gardens at Biddulph Grange, near Stoke-on-Trent. Owned by the National Trust the stunning Victorian gardens are well worth a visit.
The garden is divided into several sections including; the Egyptian court, Chinese Garden, Western terrace, Italian terraces, Lime Avenue, Rhododendron Ground, The Glen and many more.
Biddulph Grange is ideal for summer picnics and the perfect way to spend a relaxing afternoon in colourful, peaceful surroundings.
Castles are not to everyone's taste, but you can be assured of a fun family day at Tamworth Castle.
This grade 1 listed Norman Castle overlooks the junction of the Rivers Anker and Tame and is one of the most popular historic attractions in Staffordshire.
There is plenty to see and do here with hands-on exhibitions, step back to Medieval times in the great hall and discover the grand Victorian reception rooms.
Outside in the expansive grounds you will find crazy golf, a play park and skate park along with tennis courts and a bowling green.
The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery
Staffordshire has long been famous for its pottery and here you will find the best collection of Staffordshire ceramics in the world including Wedgewood and Doulton, while learning about the history of the industry.
Discover the Staffordshire Hoard, worth over £3 million; it was and still is the largest ever find of Anglo-Saxon treasure.
There is also a WW2 spitfire on display, Reginald Mitchell, the designer was born in the area.
There are regular art exhibitions and outside you will find the serene Secret Garden a small sensory oasis.
The Last Word
There is a host of things to see and do in Staffordshire. Take a thrilling ride on some of the best rollercoasters in the world, enjoy a splashing in the tropical aqua park, or take to the slopes at Tamworth Snowdome; the first indoor skiing venue in the UK to boast real snow all year round.
Step back in time with visits to ancient churches, medieval castles and impressive stately homes, or enjoy some of the best shopping and dining the Midlands has to offer.
With so much going on it will be a relief to return to sumptuous accommodation with the added delight of a rejuvenating hot tub to ease your aches and cares away.
Staffordshire’s is bursting with unforgettable days out and exhilarating adventures for all the family, so start planning your hot tub break in Staffordshire today!