Find Private Log Cabins near Drayton Manor with Hot Tubs

Choose from six spectacular Hot Tub Cabins. Relax, Recuperate and Enjoy!

Discover some of the best hot tub accommodation near Drayton Manor:

What more could any family want in a short break or holiday than somewhere to relax and escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life while still being close to fantastic family attractions to keep the kids entertained? Well that’s what you get when you book a cottage or lodge with hot tub near Drayton Manor!

Quarry Walk Lodges,
Freehay, Cheadle, Staffordshire

The luxury log cabins at Quarry Walk are perfectly positioned within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty yet within driving distance of some of the countries finest attractions such as Drayton Manor, Alton Towers and The Heights of Abraham.

These superb lodges offer all the comforts of home with immaculate interiors and some added touches of luxury to make your stay one to remember,

Along with an inviting outdoor hot tub in which to kick back and relax, guests can pre-order pamper packages as a special treat or take advantage of the range of beauty treatments and relaxing massages on offer.

With scenic walks, woodland trails and and an abundance of wildlife right on the doorstep, this 5* family friendly park is perfect for those wanting a rural retreat.

Modern facilities, indulgent extras and proximity to some world class family attractions make this park ideal for families at any time of the year 

Ash Lodge
Wolvey, Warwickshire

Nestled in one of the largest fishing complexes in the UK, close to the village of Wolvey in Warwickshire, this charming wooden lodge sleeps 6 and is ideal for families or groups of friends as it can also be booked with the neighbouring lodge sleeping 12 in total.

There is a contemporary open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and lounge which has ample space for everyone to relax and 3 tastefully decorated double bedrooms which can be twins on request.

Outside you will find; off road parking for 2 cars, a pleasant decked area with garden furniture and a secluded hot tub, perfect after a day’s fishing or exploring the area.

The local village has all the amenities you need and within 30 minutes’ drive you will discover a wealth of outdoor activities and fantastic family attractions such as Stratford-Upon-Avon, The Transport Museum in Coventry, Warwick Castle and Drayton Manor theme park.

Bramble Grange
Overseal, Peak District & Derbyshire Dales

This charming, single-storey cottage in Overseal is attached to the owner’s property and provides comfortable and contemporary accommodation for 4 adults making it perfect for couples and families wanting to explore The Peak District, Midlands and Derbyshire Dales.

The accommodation comprises 2 double bedrooms, a modern bathroom, spacious kitchen and a sitting room with dining area. Outside there is a lovely enclosed patio area, with sun loungers, dining furniture, a rejuvenating hot tub and private summerhouse housing a gym and shower.

There are some fantastic walks right on the doorstep of this superb holiday cottage and the picturesque village of Overseal boasts some excellent pubs, eateries and local shops.

The real draw of this property, however, is the location nestled in the countryside yet within driving distance of many of the country’s top attractions including Tamworth Snowdome, The National Forest, Twycross Zoo and Drayton Manor to name a few.

Birch Lodge
Wolvey, Warwickshire

Perfect for keen anglers this splendid timber-clad lodge is located on the fabulous Makin Fisheries complex with 18 lakes to choose from.

Superbly finished throughout it sleeps 6 adults and is perfectly located to explore the Midlands and Central England’s plethora of attractions.

Boasting superb views best appreciated from the indulgent outdoor hot tub, Birch Lodge has 3 bedrooms which can be either doubles or twins one of which has an en-suite and a spacious open-plan living area with sleek modern kitchen and comfortable seating area ideal for curling up and watching a movie.

Fully double-glazed and centrally-heated this superior lodge is the ideal year-round destination and with plenty to do and see nearby, no wonder it books-up fast.

Why not head to Warwick for a unique shopping experience and wonderful places to eat and drink or spend the day at Drayton Manor, one of the UK’s finest theme parks just 30-minutes’ drive away.

St. Hilda's House
Cawton near Hovingham, Vale of York

This luxury development is nestled in the heart of The National Forest and boasts magnificent views of the surrounding countryside.

The bespoke 2 and 3-bedroom hot tub lodges have a boutique hotel feel with sumptuous furnishings, elegant décor and quality furniture. All have a private garden area with bubbling hot tub for leisurely evenings under the stars.

Add to that, indulgent pamper packs, fishing nearby, maid and porter service, large children’s play area, plus a range of spa treatments and you have all the ingredients for an unforgettable family holiday.

Just down the road is the fabulous attraction Conkers where you fill discover plenty of activities plus interactive displays for all ages.

Luxury accommodation, top-class facilities and tons of world-class attractions less than a 45-minute drive away including, Drayton Manor, Twycross Zoo, Alton Towers, and the stunning Peak District with its host of outdoor pursuits, make this park a popular choice with families.

Swainswood Leisure Park
Overseal, Nr Ashby-de-la-Zouch,

Swainswood Luxury Lodges & Spa is a superb year-round holiday park which can be found in the pretty village of Overseal in Derbyshire in the heart of the National Forest.

Boasting a range of spa and beauty treatments, daily maid service, limousine hire, pamper packs, deluxe accommodation and your own private hot tub you will feel like a celebrity during your stay at this exceptional resort.

On top of that you have the welcome addition of a bubbling hot tub to enjoy a leisurely soak at any time.

If you fancy some fun family days out Alton Towers and Drayton Manor are within driving distance and Conkers with its plethora of indoor and outdoor experiences is within walking distance.

Chatsworth House is a must for guests to Swainswood and the vibrant cities of Derby, Coventry and Birmingham are all within easy reach if you fancy a day shopping or a night out.

ABOUT HOLIDAYS IN Drayton Manor

Home to an excellent zoo, tons of thrilling rides and Thomas Land, this popular theme park is one of the country’s premier attractions and a must for those staying at hot tub lodges in Central England.

How to get there

By Car
The park is located on the outskirts of Tamworth and can be reached via the A4091 or B5404, it is well sign-posted and for those using satellite navigation the postcode to key in is; B78 3SA
The Fairfield and Longwood car parks which include disabled parking are located next to the main entrance and a further Leys/coach park at entrance 2 at the end of the lake.

By Train
Trains run to the area from all over the UK, and there are regular services from Birmingham New Street which takes around 20-minutes. The nearest train station is Tamworth, which is around 3 miles away and the good news is; there is a taxi rank outside and the journey will cost around £10.

By Bus
The Arriva 110 bus, which can be picked up in Birmingham, Sutton Coalfield and Tamworth passes by Drayton Manor alight at Fazeley and then it is just a short walk to the park. Click here for timetables

Things to do in Drayton Manor

You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to things to do here, white knuckle rides, life-size dinosaurs, the Vertigo high ropes adventures trail, penny slot museum, live shows and a 15-acre zoo with animals from all over the world.

Thrill Rides

  • Accelerator - This traditional family roller coaster is ideal for young thrill-seekers, experience the twists and turns at high speed before doing it all again backwards
  • Air Race – Not for the faint-hearted, the dual spinning motion of this thrilling ride will leave your head spinning and your senses disorientated. Experience almost 4g as your plane does 360˚ loops, swoops and plunges towards the earth.
  • Apocalypse – Once voted the “Best thrill ride in Europe” Apocalypse was the 1st stand up drop tower ride in the world and still remains a must for thrill-seekers. Reach up to 50 miles per hour as you drop an incredible 54 metres.
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    Maelstrom – Adrenalin junkies won’t want to miss this stomach churning ride which first opened in 2002. Rotating 360˚ as you face outwards and rise to great heights before plunging back down to earth.
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    Shockwave – The first stand-up roller coaster in Europe is still a big draw for thrill-seekers. Reaching speeds of up to 53mph and G force of 4g this heart-stopping ride continues to remain a firm favourite.
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    The Haunting – Nothing is quite as it seems as you explore the rooms of this long-abandoned vicarage where scary surprises will have you jumping out of your skin. The haunting is an unforgettable experience for those who are not of a nervous disposition.
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    Pandemonium – Not for those frightened of heights, the 2 gondolas hurtle past each other culminating in a terrifying 360˚ degree turn. The intense speed and height will have you gripping the edge of your seat.

All the rides at Drayton Manor have height restrictions in place although there are plenty for younger thrill seekers too. The queues for the most popular rides can be long so head there at quieter times when the park first opens or towards the end of the day.

Don’t worry if white-knuckle rides are not your thing there are plenty of family rides and attractions such as The Buffalo Coaster a 4D cinema and traditional rides such as a carousel and dodgems.

The little ones will love Thomas Land, with the themed rides and live shows and Emily’s Indoor Play Area, where they can jump and slide in safety to their heart’s content.

On the day

  • 4-11 years £29
  • 2 years and under Free
  • 2-3 years £7
  • Adult 12+ years £39
  • Family Ticket N/A
  • Adult & Toddler £22
  • Senior Citizens £29
  • Disabled / Carers* £29
  • After School Ticket £10 

Online

  • 4-11 years £20
  • 2 years and under Free
  • 2-3 years £7
  • Adult 12+ years £25
  • Family Ticket £80
  • Adult &Toddler £22
  • Senior Citizens £20
  • Disabled / Carers £20
  • After School Ticket

All prices are approximate and during the school holidays there are special discount online Check out the Summer Sensation Day Prices here​​​​​

Opening Times

The theme park is open from 10.00 am to 5.00pm throughout the main season and slightly earlier during the school holidays at 9.30 am with rides starting at 10.30am admission includes rides and access to the zoo.

During the winter months the park is open for seasonal events such as Halloween and Christmas, and the zoo is open all year round; Check the website for opening times and prices.

Drayton Manor Zoo caters well for the disabled with disabled access paths, viewing areas along with disabled toilets and wheelchair hire. There us even a guide on the website for people with disabilities to discover which rides are safe for them to use.

The Zoo

There are over 100 species of animals at Drayton Manor Zoo each with dedicated sections around the 15-acre park.

The stars of the show are the Tigers although you can also see Kangaroos, Tapirs, Macaques and show-stealing chimps always a highlight of any visit to the Zoo

Another crowd-pleaser are the penguins and Californian sealions, and don’t miss the extremely cute Meerkats before heading to the reptile house for something decidedly less fuzzy, and home to one of the largest collections of snakes in the country.

The Parrot Walk is a must- Stroll through a rainforest as colourful birds fly overhead and learn about the conservation efforts with the World Parrot Trust and Red Panda Network among many others. You will see nesting boxes and insect hotels throughout the park in an effort to give wildlife a helping hand. 

Shows and Animal Experiences

The knowledgeable keepers are always ready to answer questions and you can see many of the animals being fed during the day, as well as getting up close and personal with some of the animals.

Drayton Manor also offer the chance to be a zookeeper for the day where you will
spend a full day with the team doing all the daily activities they do; a unique and fascinating experience for anyone who loves animals and perfect should you be celebrating a special occasion at a hot tub holiday home close by.

This open-ticket costs £100 and once purchased you have 12 months to book an available date. Anyone over the age of 18 can take part in this wonderful experience. However there are strict health and safety regulations which you can find here so check these out before purchase. 

Places to eat and drink at Drayton Manor

There are several food kiosks around the park if you fancy a snack, ice-cream or drink on the go but there is also a wide range of cafés and eateries should you want to sit down as a family and enjoy a meal.

Tuck into a handmade burger at Burger Kitchen where prices start at approx. £5.25 for a kid’s meal or enjoy a taste of Italy at Safari Pizza and Pasta,

Enjoy a fresh homemade pasty at Humble Pies which can be enjoyed under the shady outdoor canopy or grab some fried chicken from the diner.

Kids can enjoy a tasty treat at the Knapford Station Café in Thomas Land while grown-ups may prefer to head for the onsite Pub the George and Dragon or the Family restaurant the Grill Inn.

With a coffee shop, tearoom and even its own fish and chip shop Drayton Manor has something to tickle even the fussiest ester’s taste buds and there are plenty of benches and picnic spots dotted around if you bring your own picnic. 

The Final Word

Guests staying at hot tub lodges near Drayton Manor will not be disappointed with a family day out to this outstanding theme park. Book tickets online to keep costs down and look out for special 2 for 1 entry offers in the media.

With a full programme of events and live shows Drayton Manor really does offer the ultimate family day out in Central England.

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