The North of England is famous for its hospitality and if you book a hot tub break here you are guaranteed a warm welcome.
The long stretches of golden sand are ideal for walking the dog and the woodlands and hills are home to tons of scenic walks, bridleways and cycling trails.
Steeped in History, follow in the footsteps of Romans on the Hadrian’s Wall trail or visit Lindisfarne, surrounded by spectacular scenery it can only be accessed at low tide but is well worth a visit.
For those looking for a little more action the nightlife, shopping and outdoor pursuits in the area are second to none.
The Northern counties of England are home to some real gems, stately homes, miles of golden sands, a superb range of outdoor activities and cuisine to die for. No wonder it is a popular choice for people looking for cabins and lodges with hot tubs.
Wanting to plan a romantic hot tub break, a family get together, or annual holiday you are guaranteed to find the perfect self-catering accommodation with the bonus of a rejuvenating private hot tub.
Just imagine relaxing at the end of a day doing exactly what you please, with a glass of bubbly under a moonlit sky, sheer bliss!
Many of our selected hot tub lodges are also pet-friendly so no more searching for a dog-sitter or kennels when you go away, bring along your four-legged friend because they are guaranteed to enjoy the walks, beaches and moorland of the North East as much as you.
Traditional seaside towns, Europe’s biggest retail park, picturesque villages and magnificent scenery are all waiting to be discovered when you book a hot tub holiday in the North East of England.
Whether you are looking for old-fashioned charm, some retail therapy, fine cuisine, or thrilling outdoor activities you are sure to find them in the fun-filled North East.
Famous for its hospitality the area covers the counties of Northumberland, Yorkshire, Durham and Tyne and Wear and offers everything you need for the perfect short break whatever the time of year.
Experience the buzzing nightlife of Newcastle upon Tyne, unwind on the miles of golden sands at Scarborough or try your hand at England’s longest mountain-bike trail at Kielder Forest.
Your hot tub hideaway is the perfect base to experience all this vast area has to offer and with all the amenities you would expect, plus a few added luxuries you are guaranteed a holiday to remember.
You will be spoilt for choice when deciding how to spend your days and nights in the North East. While some may be happy unwinding, and exploring the stunning scenery on the doorstep others will want a bit more action.
Don’t worry everyone is well-catered for here, all year round, from beachcombing, hiking and quad-biking in the summer months to skiing, surfing and sitting by the fireside of a cosy country pub in winter.
We’ve compiled a list of some of the best places to visit and things to do during your stay below;
Experience a day out packed with thrills, at Lightwater Valley Theme Park situated in Ripon, North Yorkshire. Boasting over 40 rides and home to the UK’s longest roller coaster there are attractions for thrill seekers both young and old.
Youngsters can enjoy a ride around the park on the Lightwater Express, run wild in the adventure playground, feed the animals on the farm or have fun on the Mini Diggers.
For anyone over 9 years of age why not hurtle through the forests on The Ultimate or brave the underground world of Raptor Attack
With a shopping village, falconry centre, Tree-top nets, Jurassic Golf and some great eateries the whole family is guaranteed a fun-packed day.
One of the finest buildings in Europe Durham Cathedral was built in the 11th century and its magnificent 216ft tower offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape.
With world-class exhibitions and interactive displays, visitors can discover the history of this World Heritage site along with learning about how Christianity developed in the North.
Visit the lovingly restored monk’s dormitory the only intact example left in the whole of the UK, before seeing the treasures of St Cuthbert located in the Great Kitchen, which were found when his tomb was opened in 1827.
After your tour why not try a delicious home-made Durham cake in the Undercroft restaurant which is open daily and serves a selection of hot and cold meals and snacks.
If you are staying in hot tub lodge in the North East and are wanting a fun-filled, action-packed family day out; look no further.
Diggerland is located in Langley Park, on the outskirts of Durham, and you will see your little ones and their dad’s eyes light up at the 20 rides on offer.
With the opportunity to drive real diggers, and other full-sized construction machinery the males in the family will be in their element.
Dumper Trucks are a firm favourite having their own, purpose-built course and the Mini diggers offer a great opportunity to dig for buried treasure.
There are also some seriously thrilling rides, including Spindizzy. the clue is in the name, with some spectacular views from 50ft up in the air from the Skyshuttle.
One of the UK’s premier destinations for individuals or families that love nature, water sports, exploring, walking, cycling and much more.
The Lakeside Way encircling Kielder Water is a 26-mile stretch suitable for walkers, cyclists, wheelchair users, and horseback riders. With miles of cycle trails and scenic walks there is always something new to see.
If you are lucky enough you may even spot some rare wildlife including osprey, red squirrels, roe deer and otter.
Boasting the darkest night skies in England Kielder is a star gazers heaven and during the winter months, there is a full programme of events turning the place into a magical winter wonderland.
One of Britain’s first seaside resorts and an extremely popular Northern attraction Scarborough has more than enough to keep the whole family entertained whatever the weather.
With 2 long stretches of golden sands ideal for surfers and topping up your tan on warm sunny days, all the traditional seaside amusements and entertainment it also has some of the best fish and chip shops in the country.
Take a boat trip to discover the rugged coastline maybe even spot some seals but don’t worry if you don’t, a visit to the sea-life centre will let you get up and close with these lovely creatures.
Even if the unpredictable weather lets you down there is a plethora of amusement arcades, museums, indoor karting and Olympia Bowl and Softplay to keep the youngsters happy as well as some friendly local pubs for the adults.