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The most popular hot tub holidays in Northumberland.

Delved in history, Northumberland is known for its historic battles, castles and rugged coastline. It is the least populated county and has a high landscape of beautiful moorland which is now largely protected as Northumberland National Park. A perfect place for outdoor enthusiasts looking to rent lodges with hot tubs in Northumberland. 

Self Catering Hot Tub Breaks in Northumberland

Check out the best cabins & cottages in Northumberland with hot tubs, 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 Northumberland really does restore the soul!

  • Blossom Plantation Pods

    Chathill, Nr Alnwick / Sleeps 2

    • pet friendly
    • Wood fired outdoor tub
    • Adults only
    • Electricity included

    These fantastic pods offer something completely different and are perfect for a couple or small family wanting a peaceful retreat.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Clear Sky Lodge Park

    Kielder  / Sleeps 4

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • wi-fi
    • TV with Freeview

    Just a mile from Kielder village in Northumberland National Park, you are surrounded by a vast range of wildlife with plenty of walks to spot them.

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  • High Hemmel House

    Embleton / Sleeps 8

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

    A terrific cottage with panoramic views over Embleton Bay, enjoy a wealth of attractions in nearby Alnwick or travel by car down into Newcastle.

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  • Rose Cottage

    In Wooley, near Hexham / Sleeps 5

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

    Perfectly situated between Hexham and Corbridge, enjoy vast countryside views from your own private hot tub.

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  • Bothal Barns Drift

    near Morpeth / Sleeps 2

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • garden
    • Romantic

    A superb detached cottage where you can stroll along the river bank and enjoy some bird watching or even try some fishing.

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About Holidays In Northumberland

Northumberland along with Tyne and Wear, Teesdale and County Durham make up the North East of England in what used to be called Northumbria. With a rich heritage this ancient county bordering Scotland to the North has seen its fair share of battles.

Nowadays visitors to the area can still see the ancient ruins of castles and of course Hadrian’s Wall which was built by the Romans to protect the country from marauding Scottish tribes.

Northumberland has all the ingredients for an amazing hot tub getaway, fairy-tale castles, superb beaches, vast moors, meandering rivers some of the clearest dark skies in Britain and stunning Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Northumberland is also a haven for wildlife including red squirrels, deer and rare birds including the Red Kite. Visit the Puffins and seal colonies on the Farne Islands. Explore the quintessential fishing villages dotted along the coast or head inland to Kielder Forest for a wealth of activities.

7 Activities and Must-See Sights

There are some fascinating sights to see and thrilling activities to experience when booking Northumberland accommodation.

Enjoy local delicacies such as Pan Haggerty at a traditional country pub, head out to sea for some Puffin Watching, or enjoy a leisurely stroll with the dog! Yes, there is a great selection of dog-friendly lodges in Northumberland, so Fido can come along too and after a busy day exploring return to your deluxe log cabin and enjoy a long soak in your bubbling hot tub.

We have put together a list of the best attractions to enjoy when taking breaks in Northumberland.

1. Alnwick Castle

1. Alnwick Castle

One of the UK's finest castles and top attractions in the north east Alnwick castle is a fun-packed day out for all the family. History, adventure, magic and dragons await visitors to this 11th century home of the Duke of Northumberland.

Discover sumptuous rooms, view one of the country's best private art collections, take a Harry Potter Tour or try the broomstick training, visit the spooky Lost Cellars or dress up and follow the Knight's Quest. All this plus an exhaustive events calendar make Alnwick Castle a must-visit, for guests staying at Northumberland holiday lodges with hot tubs. 

2. Chain Bridge Honey Farm

2. Chain Bridge Honey Farm

Enjoy a day out with a difference during your luxury break and learn all about bees and honey at this small yet popular attraction. View the observation hive behind glass to see a colony of bees at work, can you find the queen? Learn about different bees, swarms and products of the hive.

There is also a huge display of vintage vehicles. Afterwards you can enjoy a cuppa in the Cafe, which is a converted double decker bus and peruse the huge array of products made from honey, including skin care products, candles, polish and of course, jars of Winnie the Pooh's favorite treat in the gift shop.

3. Seal and Puffin Watching

3. Seal and Puffin Watching

One of the great things about the Northumbrian coastline is the abundance of birds and wildlife and while it is possible to see both grey and common seals dotted around the coast one of the best ways to view them is a boat tour to the Farne Islands.

Around 3 miles off the coast of Seahouses, the Farne Islands are home to a several colonies of seals along with being the best-known Sea Bird Sanctuary in Britain boasting 70,000, yes really, 70,000 Puffins. Take binoculars and a camera for some incredible photo opportunities during this amazing natural experience.

4. Hadrian's Wall

4. Hadrian's Wall

A World Heritage Site, Hadrian's wall was built during the Roman occupation and the remains of this 2nd century masterpiece stretches across some of the most beautiful and dramatic landscapes in the country.

The wall inspired George RR Martin to pen the epic Game of Thrones series. Scattered with the remains of forts and milecastles there are numerous museums and archeological sites along the trail that tell stories of the rise and fall of the Rome and its huge empire along with the impact they had on the lives of the people of Northumbria. 

5. Kielder Water and Forest Park

5. Kielder Water and Forest Park

Boasting Northern Europe's biggest man-made lake and the country's largest forest this remote area is renowned for its clear night skies (It even has an observatory) clean water and fresh air. Ideal for those wanting to get away from the hustle and bustle of city-life.

Popular with walkers, cyclists and water sport enthusiasts, activities include canoeing, sailing, water-skiing, kite-boarding to name a few, with a Bird of Prey Centre, fishing, mini-golf, adventure playground, tree-top trails, indoor pool and popular restaurant it's easy to see why this attraction has previously been voted the best tourism experience in England.

6. Holy Island

6. Holy Island

Take a trip to Holy Island which is only accessible at low tide by a causeway linking it to the mainland. Both an island and a pretty village, Lindisfarne also known as Holy Islan is steeped in a wealth of history.

Visit the ancient priory, the birthplace of the world-famous Lindisfarne Gospels, which was ransacked by Vikings in the 8th century,

Experience the stunning views from the 16th century castle which boasts elegant Edwardian interiors and fine collection of historic heirlooms or get close to nature at the Lindisfarne National Nature Reserve.

Holy Island has always been a place of pilgrimage and is the final destination of the long-distance walking route St Cuthbert’s Way.

7. Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens

7. Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens

For one of the best value for money days out why not visit Belsay Hall and Gardens. One of the top attractions in Northumberland this medieval castle, Jacobean mansion and Grecian inspired hall provides plenty to do and see.

Take in the views from the huge 14th century castle tower, immerse yourself in Greek architecture in the Pillar Hall, lose yourself in the magnificent gardens or enjoy a slice of homemade cake in the Victorian tearoom situated in the original kitchen.
With a full programme of events throughout the year this hidden gem is an amazing family day out.

The Final Word

Historical sites that whisk you back to forgotten times, vast stretches of open countryside where you can spot rare wildlife and endless sandy beaches are just some of the reasons families and couples book lodges and cottages with private hot tubs in Northumberland.

There is so much to do in this diverse county for history buffs, hikers, anglers, mountain bikers, foodies and romantics alike,

One of the many highlights are the magnificent Farne Islands where thousands of puffins and several seal colonies await to melt your heart, a unique sight and the finest wildlife experience in the UK.

At night, return to your luxury accommodation for a soothing soak in the massaging jets of your own private hot tub gaze upwards to see millions of stars in the renowned dark skies while enjoying a glass of something chilled. Now that’s Northumberland!

For those looking for a holiday that offers the best of both worlds, peaceful rural surroundings but with access to vibrant nightlife, beautiful beaches, excellent shopping and an array of sporting activities, booking these lodges could be the answer.

All our recommended luxury lodges or cottages offer top quality accommodation at an affordable price and there are plenty to choose from in this historic county.

With open plan living, fully fitted kitchens and of course the added delight of your own outdoor Jacuzzi they are the perfect base to explore the region.

Hot tub holidays in Northumberland have so much to offer that you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to how to spend your days but by far the best way to spend your evenings is relaxing in your secluded hot tub, drink in hand, taking in the tranquil surroundings and letting your cares melt away.