Secluded Hot Tub Escapes in The North West
Arguably the most popular destination for hot tub breaks, the North West is home to some of the best scenery in the world along with traditional seaside resorts and 2 cosmopolitan cities.
Whether you are visiting with your loved one, friends or family there is something to see and do for everyone, Foodies will love the award-winning restaurants, kids will love the many family-friendly attractions and history buffs will enjoy the gardens and museums.
Sports lovers are also well-catered for there is every outdoor activity you could imagine and for those who would rather watch the action, there are no less than 4 Premiership football teams, racecourses and an international cricket ground.
Best Place for Log Cabin Breaks in the North West
Relax and Enjoy the North West
The North West of England offers something for everyone with a huge range of hot tub lodges offering luxury at an affordable price, whether you want to experience the breath-taking scenery of the Lake District or party in the 2 cosmopolitan cities of Manchester and Liverpool.
Home to some of the most iconic British bands and 4 premiership football teams these vibrant cities have more museums than anywhere outside London and some of the best shopping in Europe.
If city-life is not for you don’t worry the North West is also home to England’s largest National Park. The Lake District attracts almost 16 million tourists a year who come for the spectacular scenery, wildlife, outdoor activities and attractions.
A lot of these visitors choose to stay in self-catering hot tub lodges as they make a fantastic base from which to explore the area, peace, and quiet with the added bonus of an indulgent hot tub for relaxing evenings under the stars.
You will find small, secluded log cabins, ideal for romantic hot tub holidays, Large, comfortable lodges with Jacuzzis perfect for large families or groups of friends, or accommodation with tons of facilities and entertainment at 5* holiday parks.
With last minute deals and low deposits, a holiday in the diverse North West won’t cost the earth!
About the North West
The North West of England attracts more visitors than any other area of the UK partly due to the activities and family attractions available in Cumbria and the Lakes but the area offers so much more.
No visit to the North West is complete without a stroll along the promenade at Blackpool eating fish and chips. Those looking for retail therapy won’t be disappointed with all the North West has to offer and history buffs will be delighted with the museums and archaeological sites all within easy reach.
Coming back to a luxurious lodge with private hot tub every evening really is the icing on the cake.
Activities and Must-see Sights In North West England
Whatever your pleasure you will find it nearby in the North West, Foodies will enjoy the specialties of the area found in traditional farmer’s markets, country pubs and Michelin starred restaurants. Sport’s lovers will also be in their glory, as will wildlife lovers.
Many people choose a hot tub holiday in the North West for the peace and tranquillity but just as many visit, to experience the thrill of the wide range of outdoor activities and water-sports on offer.
One thing is for certain, A short break or holiday here will be one that is remembered for a long time.
We’ve checked out some must-see attractions to give you a head start.
Anderton Boat Lift
Found in Northwich, Cheshire the impressive Anderton Boat Lift also known one of the 'Seven Wonders of the Waterways' is an unmissable day out.
It was designed to lift barges and boats 50 feet from the River Weaver to the Trent and Mersey Canal in 1875 and did the job for over 100 years.
Fully restored in 2002 it is one of only 2 working boat lifts in Britain along with the Falkirk Wheel.
As well as experiencing the boat lift itself, visitors have the opportunity to go to the top of the workings, there is a café and children’s playground and the surrounding woodlands are ideal for cycling or walking.
East Lancashire Railway
The East Lancashire Railway is a 12-mile preserved railway that invites you to have a lovely trip down memory lane.
A wonderful way to explore the countryside take your camera for fantastic photo opportunities along the way.
With a full programme of events and special trips throughout the year. Attractions include quaint tea rooms, real ale bars, quirky boutiques, restaurants, traditional markets, cafés and so much more!
Enjoy fine dining or experience the real ale trail, kids will love the Santa specials during December and all ages will find a visit to Bury Transport Museum fascinating.
The Beatles Story
Popular with music lovers, this award-winning Liverpool attraction gives visitors from all over the world greater appreciation of the Fab Four’s music as well as delving into their interesting history.
George Harrison’s first guitar is on display along with John Lennon’s signature spectacles you can even take an underwater trip on the famous yellow submarine.
See never-before-seen tour photos of the band and enjoy their music with 3D animation and 4D effects at the Fab4D Experience.
Located at the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Albert Dock you will find a plethora of museums, along with bars, cafes, and restaurants nestled in Grade-1 listed buildings to explore.
Ever dreamed of being an astronaut as a child? Ideal for all ages this family-friendly attraction, located in Wallasey Merseyside will take you on a fascinating journey beyond the stars.
Stars Wars fans will love the Sci-Fi Icons exhibition which includes scenes and iconic characters from the popular movie franchise and the Space Dome shows are out of this world.
Boasting the largest robotic telescope in the world, visitors can map out the constellations and explore the night sky, or experience the white-knuckle thrills of the Cosmic Coaster.
There is a family café at Seacombe ferry terminal less than a 2-minute walk away, free parking and a fantastic gift-shop full of space-related souvenirs.
Lake District National Park
Home to the largest natural lake in England and some of the best scenery in the world, The Lake District offers a huge range of activities and attractions whatever the weather.
Visitors can explore the area on foot, bicycle or horseback and the various lakes provide a range of water sports second to none.
Brockhole Visitor Centre on the shores of Lake Windermere is a must-visit with breath-taking views, there are activities for all ages including tree-top trials, archery, boat hire and pony rides to name a few, all set in acres of stunning gardens.
With over 16 lakes and miles of beautiful coastline the Lake district is a water-sport enthusiast’s dream destination from Kayaking to Water-Skiing, messing about on the water has never been this much fun!
Museums, wildlife, beaches and action-packed days out are all waiting so why wait, check out our selection of Lake District hot tub lodges today!