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Luxury Log Cabins in Scarborough with Private Hot Tubs

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The most popular hot holidays in Scarborough.

Scarborough is a brilliant coastal town within Yorkshire and has many brilliant activities & attractions to keep the whole family entertained. Visit one of the many beaches, east some local fish & chips or stroll through one of the nearby National Parks.

Self Catering Hot Tub Breaks In Scarborough

Check out the best lodges in Scarborough 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 Scarborough really does restore the soul!

  • Hornsea Lakeside Lodges

    Hornsea  / Sleeps 2

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • En-suite bathrooms
    • Beach 3 miles

    Boasting a majestic lakeside setting, these set of secluded lodges are just a stone's throw away from the coastline whilst maintaining tranquility.

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  • Applegrove Country Park

    Scarborough / Sleeps 4

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

    Sat on the edge of the North York Moors Park, there is diverse walks and wildlife within close proximity, whilst the popular resort of Filey is also just a short drive away.

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  • Bridlington Holiday Cottages

    Whitby / Sleeps 4

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • wi-fi
    • Sleeps 4

    Tucked away on a peaceful lane, this small resort offers fantastic cottages with easy access to the Yorkshire coast, cycling routes & golf courses.

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  • Keldy

    Nr Pickering / Sleeps 2

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • garden
    • Horse-riding

    On the edge of the North York Moors National Park, cose to the thriving town of Pickering. On site activities include archery, a zipwire and playground.

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  • Little Eden Country Park

    Carnaby, Bridlington / Sleeps 4

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • wi-fi
    • Wheelchair access

    Closely situated to the the coastal towns of Bridlington & Scarborough, there's a host of activities, as well as the historic city of York within driving distance.

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  • Pickering Lodges

    Vale Of York / Sleeps 2

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

    Overlooking two peaceful lakes, just outside the quaint market town of Pickering with Flamingoland just 2 miles away, ideal for a day out with the kids.

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  • Granary Cottage

    Bempton, near Bridlington / Sleeps 4

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • Detached farmhouse
    • 2 bedrooms

    This stunning cottage is envilbly located within walking distance of the coastline and an RSPB nature reserve.

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  • Beech View

    Nafferton, near Bridlington / Sleeps 2-8

    • hot tub
    • Set in 2 acres
    • 3 bedrooms
    • Sleeps 8

    Fantastic views over the Yorkshire Wolds, this cottage is extremely popular due to it's swimming pool, hot tub & games room.

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  • Lady Edith's

    Bridlington / Sleeps 2-4

    • hot tub
    • wi-fi
    • Old town location
    • Contemporary décor

    Just minutes from Bridlington's sandy beach, this coastal cottage is a dream destination for a family looking to relax in Scarborough.

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About Holidays In Scarborough

This popular resort offers all you could want for a relaxing seaside break, magnificent views, award-winning beaches and attractions for all ages whatever the weather.

How to get there

By Car

From the south or west take the M1/A1 north to Leeds then the A64 from Leeds to Scarborough. Alternatively take the M1 North to Sheffield then M18 East/ M62 East/ A614 to Driffield, the B1249 to Staxton then finally the A64 to Scarborough


If you are coming from the north take the A1 South towards Thirsk and then the A170 road from Thirsk to Scarborough. You can also travel via A19 South to Teesside and take A171 across the moors to Scarborough.
There should be no problem parking as the town boasts 26 car parks most of which are pay and display.

By Train

The First Trans Pennine route, brings trains direct from Liverpool, Leeds, York and Manchester. There are services from all over the country to York where you can take the hourly train direct to Scarborough. Northern Rail also operate trains to Scarborough from Hull and Bridlington.

By Bus

The Coastliner 843 service from Leeds runs hourly and calls at York and Malton before arriving at Scarborough a Daytripper ticket costs just £10 or a group ticket for up to 5 only £19.

Water Parks

Scarborough has two very different waterparks if thrills are your thing you will love the exhilarating slides at Alpamare Waterpark such as the Snow Storm or Black Run, The huge wave pool erupts every 30 minutes, those wanting to relax can enjoy the stunning infinity pool with views out to sea and the little ones will have fun in the excellent splash and play area of the main pool.

(note for the main slides children must be 6 years+ and above 110cm)

Daytime
10.00am – 17.30 pm Monday – Sunday (slides open at 12 0’clock)

Prices
Adult 16+ £19
Child 6-15 years £15
Family ticket £60 (2 adults, 2 children)

Evening
17.30 -22.00 pm Monday – Saturday (17.30 – 21.00 Sunday)

Prices
Adult 16+ £16
Child 6-15 years £12
Family ticket £50 (2 adults, 2 children)

There is also a completely different water park just 6 miles outside town. The North Yorkshire Water Park can be found at Wykeham Lakes, in a stunning woodland setting.

With a wide variety of water sports available including; paddle-boarding, windsurfing and canoeing to name a few. There is also an inflatable Aquapark with ‘Total Wipeout’ obstacle course which is great fun for the whole family.

(Min age 6 years, height 120cm; note you must be able to swim 50 metres)

Price
£15 per 1-hour session
Opening times vary so check the website to book your hour’s slot online.

1. Sealife Centre

1. Sealife Centre

A fantastic family attraction where visitors can get up close and personal with fascinating creatures of the deep. Meet the Humboldt penguins in their walk-through home, learn about the rehabilitation of injured seals at Yorkshire’s only seal sanctuary, marvel at the brand-new octopus exhibition and finish off the day with a fun game of crazy golf.

Opening Times

11:00 am - 4:00 pm 7 days a week all year (except Christmas Day)

Prices

  • Book online to save up to 40% on admission prices
  • Online adult ticket £9.50
  • Child (3-13) £8
  • Under 3 – Free

There are always fantastic 2 for 1 offers available and the centre offers various packages such as wedding proposals, behind the scenes and feeding experiences along with animal adoptions.

2. In the Town

2. In the Town

Scarborough has everything you would expect from a premier seaside resort amusements, golden sands, souvenir and gift shops, historic harbour and a full programme of events and entertainment throughout the year,

There are tons of antique shops, welcoming pubs, scenic walks and historic sites Did you know Anne Bronte is buried at St Mary’s Church in Scarborough? There are also plenty of places to go on rainy days such as

  • Go Karting
  • Ten Pin Bowling
  • Laser Quest
  • Amusement Arcades
  • The Theatre
  • The Brunswick Shopping Centre
  • Scarborough Fair Collection

A must for those wanting to relax while holidaying at cottages and lodges in Scarborough Peasholm Park is a must; voted one of the best parks in Europe this oriental themed oasis boasts beautiful streams and waterfalls, mystical gardens and mini bridges plus a large lake with pedal and rowing boats. Enjoy a picnic surrounded by wildlife including squirrels, geese, swans and ducks.

3. Places to eat in Scarborough

3. Places to eat in Scarborough

The North Coast is heaven for food lover's.

With fresh seafood in abundance, seafront ice cream parlours and welcoming pubs, Scarborough has something for all tastes and budgets and of course no visit here is complete without tasting the best fish and chips in the world.

While the unpredictable weather isn’t always conducive to alfresco dining, we think you’ll agree the culinary coastal delights on offer here are second to none.

For superb fine dining head to Jeremy’s, originally a butchers’ shop, the art deco décor, open-plan cooking area and delicious locally sourced food make this excellent eatery a popular choice with those staying in Scarborough lodges and cottages. Expect to pay between £18-30 for a main course and around £25 for a decent bottle of wine.

Other restaurants worth mentioning include the Green Room, Lanterna and Gianni’s restaurant on Victoria Street. If you fancy fish and chips, try North Bay Fisheries this award-winning chip shops cooks fresh to order and a medium haddock and chips costs £5.50.

Last Word

Whether you spend your days surfing the waves, watching the kids build sandcastles in the sand, taking a boat trip to visit local seal colonies or visiting the fun-packed family attractions you are guaranteed to make memories that will last a lifetime when staying at a cottage or lodge in Scarborough.

A warm welcome is guaranteed, and many visitors time and again to this charming, popular resort.

Enjoy a picnic in Peasholm Park; no better place on a sunny afternoon, explore the castle ruins or enjoy some retail therapy in the quirky shops you can even spend the day at Flamingo Land; the north’s finest theme park which is less than an hours’ drive away.

For lodges and log cabins closer to the park its here - https://www.hottubhideaways.com/lodges/north-england/yorkshire/flamingo-land/

Scarborough is the perfect destination for a romantic break or family fun-filled family holiday and with fantastic discounts, late deals and low deposits, luxurious self-catering holidays are just a click away.

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