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Luxury Log Cabins in the North East of England with Private Hot Tubs

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The most popular North East log cabins and cottages. relax, rest, enjoy!

Whether you want a romantic weekend, short city break, or a Christmas getaway in a stunning rural location you are guaranteed to find the perfect lodges with hot tubs in the North East of England. Just imagine relaxing, not a care in the world, in the soothing waters of your own private Jacuzzi underneath the stars. We think you’ll agree, it sounds like heaven. But, with fantastic last-minute offers and great discounts, hot tub holidays in the North East of England are closer than you think and with so much to see and do in this region you are sure to make memories that will last a lifetime.

Hot Tub Breaks in the North East

Check out the best Lodges and cottages with hot tubs in the North East; be it for a couple, family or group of friends, you are guaranteed to find "the one" and pack your suitcases because a quick getaway really does restore the soul!

  • Landal Kielder Waterside

    Kielder Water and Forest Park , Northumberland / Sleeps 4

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • Segways / Bike Hire
    • Barbeque area

    This retreat is the perfect destination for a cheap mini break & those of you who love to be active whether that be through running, cycling or walking along the shoreline of the largest lake in England.

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  • Straker Lodges

    Kielder Water and Forest Park, Northumberland / Sleeps 4

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

    All stays here have panoramic views of the award winning Kielder Water and Forest park. There are creature comforts including your own private hot tub, an ideal location for short breaks away.

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  • Parmontley Hall Lodges

    Hexham / Sleeps 4

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

    This romantic UK breaks in a country estate near the beautiful North Pennines, and Hadrian's Wall is perfect for transporting yourself and your partner into a world of pleasure, thanks to the latest in tailor-made luxury getaways in rural Northumbria.

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  • Border Forest Lodges

    Cottonhopesburnfoot / Sleeps 2

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • parking
    • Bird watching

    On the edge of the majestic Kielder Forest and bordering Northumberland National Park, you have miles of walking trails and cycling routes to explore from this base.

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  • Bank Top Cottage

    https://www.snaptrip.com/properties/exquisite-embleton-cottage-s73239?utm_source=hottubhideaways&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=link / Sleeps 4

    • hot tub
    • wi-fi
    • parking
    • Sea Views

    For luxury lodges with and cosy cabins with bubbling hot tubs, look no further than Lodges With Hot Tubs. We believe that everyone should be able to enjoy a break from the everyday bustle now and then.

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  • West Gate

    Embleton / Sleeps 4

    • hot tub
    • wi-fi
    • parking
    • Shared children’s play area

    For luxury lodges with and cosy cabins with bubbling hot tubs, look no further than Lodges With Hot Tubs. We believe that everyone should be able to enjoy a break from the everyday bustle now and then.

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The North East is famous for its rich heritage, stunning coastline and hospitality which is why North East log cabins with hot tubs, are a popular choice.

You may be surprised to learn that this region is also home to some of the best restaurants in the country, dozens of stunning film locations; think Harry Potter, Macbeth and Robin Hood-Prince of Thieves and some of the clearest night skies in Britain, which are best appreciated from your bubbling private hot tub.

Bring along friends, family, even the family dog when you choose one of pet-friendly holiday cottages in the North East.

Explore traditional seaside towns, cosmopolitan Newcastle, and the country’s largest forest or simply relax and enjoy some precious time together with your friends and loved ones on your luxury break.

About North East England

Looking for the perfect destination for a short break? Look no further! The North East is ideal for those wanting a relaxing break or action-packed holiday.

Whether you are looking for fascinating history and stunning architecture, retail therapy; the North East is home to designer brands, independent quirky shops and the largest shopping arcade in Europe, or exhilarating outdoor pursuits, the North East has it all.

Enjoy the vibrant nightlife of Newcastle upon Tyne, discover the legend of Dracula in Whitby or swing through the treetops at Go Ape-Matfen.

One thing is for certain you are guaranteed a warm welcome and a holiday to remember when you book hot tub hideaways in the North East of England.

For properties in a vibrant city, visit our Newcastle Lodges.

Activities and 5 Must-see Sights in the North East of England

Is there lots to do in the North East? Absolutely! Visitors staying in holiday homes in this region will be spoilt for choice.

Golf, fishing, cycling and hiking are all popular activities along with more extreme and energetic activities like White Water Rafting and 4 x 4 off-road excursions, whether you like potholing or pony trekking you will be well-catered for.

With a rich history and culture there are also plenty of places of beauty and interest to see to such as Durham Cathedral and Hadrian’s Wall.

We have given you a head start with a list of fabulous family days.

1. Beamish Museum

1. Beamish Museum

This award-winning living history museum provides a fun-packed and fascinating day out for families and is a must for visitors staying at hot tub cottages in the North East.

Step back in time to the early 1800’s and 1900’s and discover how local industry shaped the lives of the people who lived in the area. Watch traditional craftsmen at work, journey underground with a trip down a mine or travel down main street in an old-fashioned tram.

Costumed staff make history come alive and you can buy sweets in a real Edwardian sweet shop or enjoy a pint of ale at the Sun Inn a traditional 1900’s pub.

See the animals and discover what life was like in wartime Britain at the 1940’s farm and stop for a bite to eat at the British Kitchen which offers traditional food from the era.

With a full programme of festivals and events throughout the year there is always something different going on at Beamish making it one of the North East’s most popular attractions.

2. Alnwick Castle

2. Alnwick Castle

Fans of Harry Potter will recognise the grounds of Alnwick Castle as where the wizard takes his first quidditch lesson at Hogwarts.

The castle has been a military post, film set, home for evacuees during the second world war and home to the Dukes of Northumberland for centuries.

Guests can dress up in medieval costumes and discover what life was like in the 14th century in the Artisan’s courtyard, playing old-fashioned games and trying traditional crafts; before coming face to face with a huge beast in the Dragon’s Quest.

Enjoy a spot of Broomstick training with the chance for a unique photo, have a go at archery. Explore the impressive state rooms, check out the live shows and exhibitions, then enjoy a bite to eat at The Fryery or Courtyard Café which serve delicious fish and chips, drinks and snacks.

With an impressive programme of events throughout the year Alnwick Castle is a terrific family day out.

3. Lindisfarne/Holy Island

3. Lindisfarne/Holy Island

A place of pilgrimage for centuries, Lindisfarne or Holy Island as it is known is well worth a visit if you’re staying at a lodge with hot tub in the North East.

This stunning tidal island can only be accessed at low tide, so it will need some planning if you want time to appreciate all this historic place has to offer.

Of course, there is the castle and the priory with a fascinating museum where visitors can learn about the monks who lived on the island, St Cuthbert, the Viking raids and the world-famous medieval book The Lindisfarne Gospels.

But there is much more to this serene island, a wild beauty and an abundance of wildlife, expect to see a variety of rare and endangered seabirds,

You can book a mini-safari or take a boat trip around the Farne Islands including Lindisfarne to see colonies of Grey Seals and the iconic puffins.

4. The Northumberland Coast

4. The Northumberland Coast

Nothing says holiday like a day on the beach and for those who like the sand between their toes the Northumberland coast, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is hard to beat; with over 30 miles of golden sands, pretty fishing villages, deserted coves and bustling seaside towns.

Discover coastal sculptures at Newbiggin-by-the-Sea and Seaham, walk the dog along one of the many dog-friendly beaches in Northumberland, enjoy fish and chips, book a fishing trip or go horse-riding on the beach at Seahouses.

Another draw of the Northumberland Coast are the fantastic eateries with the focus on fresh local produce, enjoy a unique dining experience at The Alnwick Treetop Restaurant, which as the name implies benefits from a magical location in the treetops and is perfect for a romantic meal.

Alternatively enjoy a beautiful sea-view when you book a table at St Aidan Bistro, which can be found on the seafront in Seahouses.

5. Kielder Water and Forest Park

5. Kielder Water and Forest Park

There are few places in the UK that can compete with Kielder Water & Forest Park in Northumberland, spectacular scenery, Britain’s largest man-made lake and a range of outdoor pursuits second to none.

Nature lovers have the opportunity to spot an abundance of wildlife and there are a range of nature-based activities on offer such as pond-dipping and habitat home building.

Along with miles of scenic walks Kielder is home to some of the finest Mountain Bike trails in the UK; Deadwater Fell is the highest in England and boasts magnificent views across Northumberland and towards the Scottish Borders,

Explore the area on 2 wheels, on horseback or take one of the popular Segway tours, enjoy a picnic by the lake, a spot of fishing or take part in one of the water-based activities on offer such as kayaking, paddle-boarding or sailing.

The Last Word

The North East of England has everything you could want from a holiday, making it the ideal destination for a family break, weekend away with friends or romantic retreat.

History buffs will love the area’s rich heritage and the opportunity to step in the footsteps of marauding Scots, Vikings and Romans,

Nature lovers will enjoy the abundance of wildlife and for anyone who loves animals a trip to the Farne Islands with their colonies of seals, puffins and seabirds is an opportunity not to be missed.

The vibrant city of Newcastle with its shops and award-winning restaurants is within easy reach and the area is dotted with luxury spas, fine dining establishments, country inns and elegant country houses.

Overall, for a luxurious break the North East is hard to beat!