Cumbrian Getaways: Find Luxury Hideaways in Cumbria with Private Hot Tubs
The most popular Cumbrian cottages & lodges. Relax, Rest, Enjoy!
Arguably one of the most beautiful regions of the UK encompassing the Lake District, the North Pennines, Eden Valley and a small part of the Yorkshire Dales A lodge with hot tub in Cumbria is one of the best ways to explore all this popular tourist destination has to offer.
Spend your days exploring by car, on foot, cycling or on horseback then return to all the comforts of home with the added luxury of slipping into the warm water of your own private outdoor whirlpool with a cold drink. The stresses of everyday life, just melt away.
There are secluded cabins and cottages with hot tubs in Cumbria are perfect for a romantic break for two, larger ones that sleep 4-8 with plenty of space for family holidays, many of which are pet friendly and even bigger accommodation for groups of friends or whole family get-togethers.
Whatever you are looking for there is a property to suit and you can rest assured Cumbria offers something to see and do for everyone, both young and old. So, take a look at our recommendations and pack those bags, your lodge with hot tub is waiting.
Luxury Lodges and Cottages in the Cumbrian Countryside
Check out the best cottages and Cumbria log cabins; 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 Cumbria really does restore the soul!
North Lakes Lodges
Newby Bridge, Cumbria
Meadow’s End Lodges
Cartmel,The Lake District
Thanet Well Lodge Retreat
Greystoke, Nr Ullswater, Cumbria
Lakeland Lodge Plus
Meadow Bank Cottage
Pooley Bridge, Ullswater, Cumbria
Brockwood Hall Lodges
Pooley Bridge, Ullswater, Cumbria
Or maybe you prefer a luxury holiday cottage
Pennington near Ulverston
Allithwaite near to Grange-over-Sands
Allithwaite near Grange-over-Sands
About Holidays in CumbriA
With its spectacular scenery and bustling market towns, Cumbria has something to offer to everyone.
Visit the magnificent gardens at Muncaster Castle or visit Peter Rabbit and friends at the superb Beatrix Potter attraction in Bowness-on-Windermere.
There is a huge national park to explore with no less than 16 lakes. From the quieter Buttermere to more vibrant Coniston Water, Ullswater and Windermere, where you can indulge in a huge array of water sports or take a leisurely boat ride.
Walking is a popular activity here with hikers travelling from all over the country to take on the challenge of Scafell Pike, England’s highest mountain and the iconic “Old Man of Coniston” which boasts jaw dropping views over the lake.
Activities and Must-see Sights in Cumbria
You won’t be surprised to learn that Cumbria and the Lake District have a host of attractions and family friendly activities but, you may be surprised to learn this county is home to numerous stunning beaches, golf and some of the best dining experiences in the country.
We have put together some attractions not to be missed on your hot tub break in Cumbria.
Brockhole Visitor Centre
Brockhole Visitor Centre is situated in 30 acres of superb gardens, between Windermere and Ambleside, which stretch down to the shores of the lake itself. A fun packed day for all the family, you can enjoy the magnificent views with a gentle stroll around the terraced gardens or have a go at something a bit more adventurous like the tree top trails.
Hire a boat or take a cruise on the peaceful waters or you could try canoeing or kite-boarding. Learn about the history of the Lake District at the big house, let the kids run wild in the adventure playground, have a go at archery or simply enjoy a bite to eat on the cafe terrace which has views to die for.
The region has 3 steam railways, the Ravenglass and Eskdale railway opened in 1875 to transport iron ore from Eskdale. The journey takes you through 7 miles of some of the more glorious countryside in England and at Ravenglass there is a museum with lots of models and photos giving you an insight into the history of Steam.
The Lakeside and Haverthwaite railway is on the southern shore of Windermere. Trains run from April through to October with comfortable coaches and spectacular scenery.
A little further afield is England's highest narrow-gauge railway South Tynedale, again with jaw dropping scenery this line runs from Alston in Cumbria to Lintley in Northumberland.
World of Beatrix Potter
Perfect for kids of all ages, whatever the weather, discover all your favourite characters from the books in a recreation of all 23 tales.
Explore Peter Rabbit's garden, with reals sounds and smells step into Jemima Puddleduck's woodland glade and visit Mrs Tiggywinkle’s kitchen.
Kids and adults alike will enjoy learning about the influence the Lake District had on the author and afterwards enjoy some cake in the character themed tea room before taking a little bit of this magical place home with you from the well-stocked gift shop.
There are plenty of exciting events throughout the year so whenever you visit there is always something new to discover.
The Rum Story
For something a bit different why not travel to Whitehaven and visit this fascinating all-weather attraction. You will be transported to the Caribbean where you will learn all about rum production, the slave trade, and the history of rum in the navy.
Set in the original 1785 shop warehouse and cellars of the Jefferson family who were a prominent Whitehaven family with interests in the rail, ship and rum trade.
This is a terrific way to spend a rainy afternoon and you can pick up some souvenirs in the gift shop maybe a bottle of rum to sample back at your hot tub hideaway.
The north west was of strategic military importance when the Romans invaded Britain and you can see many remains of forts and roads in the area. Part of Muncaster Castle stands on some of these remains and is a wonderful place to visit.
You can take a tour of the house and explore the magnificent gardens which cover over 70 acres and have some of the best Azalea, Camellia and Rhododendron displays in the world.
Get lost in the Meadow Vole Maze, marvel at the impressive birds of prey displays or simply enjoy the breathtaking views of views of the Eskdale Valley.
You could be mistaken for thinking Cumbria is all about the lakes and rivers but it also has miles of outstanding beaches, many of which are dog friendly.
A few include Haverigg beach which stands at the mouth of the Duddon Estuary and has an expense of golden sand at low tide and views over the fells. The mile-long St Bees beach also has a RSPB nature reserve where you can spot guillemots, kittiwakes and peregrines above the sandstone cliffs.
A trip to the coast is a fun family day out on any hot tub holiday and there are plenty of opportunities to top up your tan or relax and watch the children play in the sand in Cumbria.
Windermere offers a plethora of activities and attractions and one of the best, especially on days when the weather does not play ball, is the Lakes Aquarium with over 30 themed habitats showing the vast diversity of lake life both in this country and around the world.
Walk through the incredible underwater tunnel or watch the mischievous otters at play, there is always lots to see and do at this great attraction which is situated on the southern shore of the lake at the docking point of the many cruises.
When you finish your visit perhaps enjoy a picnic at the lovely lakeside location or have a bite to eat at the café or restaurant before purchasing a marine life souvenir at the gift shop.
The Last Word
Book your cottage, log cabin or lodge with hot tub in Cumbria today for a holiday to remember, home the largest national park in Britain, beautiful beaches, lakes, a seemingly endless array of activities from sailing to zorbing.
Bring your friends, bring the kids, stay at one of our selected pet-friendly lodges with hot tubs in the Lake District and bring the dog. Everyone is guaranteed to have an amazing time here.
Explore the area at your leisure and then unwind in the hot water of your private hot tub perhaps with a chilled glass of bubbly. What could be better?