Private Log Cabins in Blackpool with Hot Tubs
Find luxury hot tub accommodation in Blackpool. Relax, Rest and Enjoy!
The Ultimate Hot Tub Lodges in Blackpool:
Provide an unforgettable seaside holiday with family and friends. The coastal resort is famous for its nightlife and attractions and will not disappoint anyone looking for an action-packed trip away. Therefore, what better way to relax in the evening, than to soak in your very own private hot tub lodge..
Lake View 4
Ream Hills Holiday Park in Weeton, Fylde Coast, Lancashire
Kick back and relax on England’s Golf Coast, in idyllic countryside yet close to the world-famous attractions of Britain’s most iconic seaside resort.
An ideal base to experience all the area has to offer, with water-based activities like canoeing and paddle-boarding available onsite, Ream Hills Holiday Park is perfect for a romantic hot tub break or fun-packed family “staycation”.
Lake View sleeps up to 4 in 2 spacious bedrooms, of which the master boasts an en-suite WC and basin, there is also a modern family bathroom with overhead shower.
The large open-plan living space, decorated in neutral tones is perfect for spending quality family-time watching a movie or perhaps a competitive games night and the floor to ceiling windows make the most of the stunning lake views.
The contemporary kitchen area includes a microwave, dishwasher and fridge-freezer and offers plenty of space to cook up tasty family meals and if you fancy a break from cooking the excellent Greedy Goose café bar is open from March to October.
Outside the decked area with garden furniture and indulgent hot tub is ideal for lazy evenings under the stars, with a glass of champagne.
Sunset Deluxe Lodge
Sunset Holiday Village in Hambleton, Lancashire
This charming pet-friendly hot tub lodge is located in a small but extremely popular holiday park which boasts a range of facilities making it ideal for a fun-filled family break or romantic getaway.
Facilities at the park include;
• Fishing (NRA fishing licence required)
• Children’s play area
• Games room
Sunset Holiday Village offers a selection of contemporary lodges sleeping from 2-6 people in a rural location yet only 10 miles from the popular seaside resort of Blackpool.
This 2-bedroom timber-clad lodge comprises; 2 double bedrooms (can be twins if required) one of which boasts an en-suite shower room, there is also a family bathroom with shower over.
The tastefully decorated open-plan living area with its comfortable sofas and Flat-screen TV is ideal for curling-up with a good book or watching a film, there is also a music system with MP3 docking station to listen to your favourite tunes.
The galley-style kitchen has everything needed to cook up a storm and there is also a barbeque if you prefer outdoor dining.
Park Brook Retreat
Scorton, Cumbria & The Lake District
This exceptional lodge for two is perfect for a romantic weekend away or short break, set beside a pretty stream, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty close to the small village of Scorton at the edge of the Forest of Bowland.
This romantic retreat is the ideal holiday spot for couples wanting to spend some quality time together and is conveniently located to make the most of both the Lake District and stunning North-West Coast
Totally secluded, with no neighbours this exceptional chalet is accessed by a little wooden bridge which leads to a decked wraparound veranda, where you can sit and enjoy the peace and quiet, enjoy a meal or unwind in the warm bubbles of your own indulgent hot tub with a glass of something chilled.
Inside, there is a sitting area with toasty wood-burning stove, and TV with Freesat ideal for curling up with a nightcap on chilly evenings and a modern kitchen area which has everything needed to prepare delicious meals for two.
There is also a contemporary shower room and an attractive double bedroom with gorgeous views of the brook and Scorton is just a short stroll away where you can enjoy a bite to eat or stock up on essentials and there are endless opportunities for cycling and walking in this stunning area.
Visitors have been travelling to Blackpool since the Victorian era and this charming resort remains just as popular today with a stunning beach and plenty to see and do for the whole family.
How to get there
Blackpool has the benefit of a motorway link direct which takes you almost to the beach to take Junction 32 off the M6, or arrive via the M55
There are also services to Blackpool North train station from Manchester International Airport, Manchester Victoria, Manchester Piccadilly, York and Liverpool Lime Street.
Alternatively, take the train from several major cities including London, Birmingham, Edinburgh or Glasgow, change at Preston where there are 4 services every hour for the onward journey to Blackpool.
National Express provide a comprehensive service to the resort throughout the year and during the summer months there are several scheduled services from around the country. The number 61 and 68 buses run regular services from Preston to Blackpool and a Day Rider ticket for 2 adults and up to 3 children is just £12.
Things to do in Blackpool
There is so much to do in Blackpool you will be spoiled for choice; from thrilling rides, spectacular shows, and of course miles of golden sand to relax on if the weather allows, this vibrant town has something for all ages to enjoy whatever the time of year.
No visit here is complete without a visit to the iconic Blackpool Tower; 5 attractions in one place include:
The Blackpool Tower Eye
Blackpool Tower Dungeon
Blackpool Tower Circus
The Tower opens daily at 10.00am but opening times for the ballroom and circus which has daily shows from April 1st vary, so check here before booking.
Each attraction is priced individually but for the best value it is advisable to purchase a “Tower Pass” online which gives access to all 5 attractions.
• Adult £30
• Child 3-14 years £25.50
• Toddler under 3 years £8.95
Mention Blackpool to anyone and they will undoubtedly think of the world-famous Pleasure Beach, situated opposite the South Pier it was founded in 1896 and offers something for everyone.
From white-knuckle rides, to family fun areas like Nickelodeon Land and spectacular shows, a visit here will ensure a day to remember. The park is open on weekends from as early as February, but opening times vary depending on the day and time of year, so check the website.
It is advisable to buy tickets online where you can get some excellent discounts with a family of four price of just £70.
Other family friendly attractions include:
You may think a trip to Blackpool will cost the earth especially if you have children wanting to experience all the attractions, but the good news; is you can purchase various resort passes which allow you to visit multiple attractions including all of the above for one price starting from around £55 per adult
Blackpool on a budget
There are also plenty of things to see in this bustling seaside town which cost very little or nothing at all.
With a seating capacity of 3000 the Opera House and Winter Gardens is open daily from 11.00am-4.00pm entry is free unless you want to attend one of the many excellent shows or concerts which are available throughout the year.
Kids and adults alike will enjoy Blackpool Model Village and Gardens, this award-winning attraction contains hundreds of miniature models in 2.5 acres of lovely landscaped gardens. With family tickets at less than £25 it is an affordable way to spend an afternoon.
Other places to enjoy for free;
• Stanley Park- one of England’s finest
• Fleetwood Market – Over 150 stalls
• Grundy Art Gallery – Features contemporary artwork from the UK and overseas
• Marton Mere Local Nature Reserve
• Farmer Parr’s Animal World
Of course, the biggest free attraction is the beach, recently awarded its first ever Blue Flag Blackpool beach boasts no less than 7 miles of golden sands.
Places to eat and drink in Blackpool
Yes, all right, you must try the fish and chips, after all there are more fish and chip shops in Blackpool than you can shake a stick of rock at, but there are plenty of other options; pizzas, kebabs, burgers, all-day breakfasts and Sunday roasts galore.
Blackpool also does fine dining in some elegant eateries such as the White Tower restaurant which serves locally sourced products at reasonable prices and has splendid sea views and Kwizeen Restaurant and Bar, this award-winning restaurant has a smart yet casual dress code and is open nightly from 6.00pm Monday till Saturday.
Blackpool's pubs and bars meanwhile are not for the faint hearted a popular destination for stag and hen do’s they can become a bit rowdy, there are more sophisticated establishments however for those who don’t want karaoke, dancing and exuberant partygoers
Golf near Blackpool
Golf enthusiasts love the Lancashire coastline and guests staying at Blackpool hot tub lodges will not be disappointed with the choice of excellent courses within easy reach which is why thousands of golfers visit every year.
The charming Edwardian Town of St Anne’s with its fine restaurants, cafés and pubs boasts 4 of the finest courses in the North West within 4 miles including St Anne’s Old Links where you can follow in the footsteps of champions with a round costing between £60-£85.
Other world-class courses include Royal Birkdale, Lytham St Anne’s, Hillside and Fairhaven golf courses, while not a championship course, the Stanley Park Golf Course in the centre of Blackpool offers the chance to play on a well-designed 18-hole course for as little as £12.
For memories that will last a lifetime and a fun-filled family break lodges with hot tubs in Blackpool or close by are the ideal choice. Offering the best of both worlds guests have the opportunity to enjoy the countryside and wildlife or the thrills of the UK’s most famous coastal resort.
Whether you spend your days relaxing on the beach while the kids build castles in the sand or enjoy a ride on the resident donkeys, visit the huge array of attractions, take in a show or simply stroll along the world-famous Golden Mile, you are guaranteed a holiday to remember.
The most affordable way to take advantage of all this vibrant town has to offer is to buy a resort pass online before you travel which can result in massive savings you can even personalise it and add food and drink vouchers and shows to the pass.
When you have finished enjoying all the fun of the fair, enjoyed some traditional fish and chips, maybe played a round of golf or taken a selfie with Ed Sheeran at Madame Tussauds, take off your “kiss me quick hat” and unwind in the warm bubbles back at your comfortable lodge with a private hot tub.
Blackpool has been a tourist hot spot for almost 200 years, and with all the attractions, outstanding shows, exhibitions, and nightlife, not to mention one of the best beaches in Europe it looks likely to remain one for the foreseeable future.