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The most popular hot tub holidays in Chester.

Welcome to the historic city of Chester, where ancient walls, Roman ruins and medieval charm await.

Walk through the city's storied streets, lined with unique black-and-white Tudor buildings and the iconic Rows, a series of half-timbered galleries full of boutique shops and cafes. Choose to dive into history with a visit to the Roman Amphitheatre or explore the rich heritage at the Grosvenor Museum.

Why not mix the incredible heritage of the city with the modern luxury of our hot tub holidays in Chester? Stay in one of our properties near the centre and you’ll be within easy reach of Cheshire’s treasures, and have a stunning place to unwind – ideal for a romantic weekend break.

Self Catering Hot Tub Breaks In Chester

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

  • Ladera Retreat Lodges

    Eaton / Sleeps  2

    • hot tub
    • Bath and shower
    • Flat screen TV
    • Gas and electricity 

    Just a short drive from the popular towns of Macclesfield & Congleton, these luxury lodges are set within 22 acres of ancient country estate.

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  • Golden Sands Rhyl

    Kinmel Bay / Sleeps  2-8

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • wi-fi
    • En-suite shower 

    Perfect for a seaside break, this park has been providing fun-filled holidays for over 85 years and is the ideal place to keep the children entertained.

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  • Talacre Beach Resort

    Prestatyn / Sleeps  4

    • hot tub
    • Fish and chip shop
    • Kids clubs
    • Archery, fencing, body zorbing

    Perfectly positioned to explore a wealth of castles, golf courses, museums and Snowdonia National Park. Include rafting, pool, archery and amusement arcade.

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Where to Stay in Chester

Staying near Chester for a self-catering holiday offers an excellent base to explore one of England's most historic cities while enjoying the flexibility and comfort of a home away from home.

Chester, renowned for its well-preserved Roman walls and 15th Century architecture, is easily accessible by car, making it convenient for daily excursions into the city. Visitors can stroll along the ancient city walls, visit the iconic Chester Cathedral, or shop in the unique two-tiered galleries known as The Rows.

Chester Zoo, one of the largest and most popular in the UK, is a must-visit for families as well as a fun day out for adults who enjoy wildlife too.

The city’s picturesque setting along the River Dee also provides opportunities for leisurely boat trips, while the nearby Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet offers a haven for shoppers.

For those looking to explore beyond Chester, the surrounding Cheshire countryside is dotted with charming villages and towns ideal for self-catering breaks. Just a short drive away, the quaint village of Tarporley offers a peaceful retreat with its historic buildings, boutique shops and a selection of traditional pubs.

The nearby Delamere Forest provides a natural playground for outdoor enthusiasts, featuring walking and cycling trails, as well as the exciting Go Ape treetop adventure course.

Another excellent option is the market town of Nantwich, known for its impressive collection of Tudor and Georgian architecture, or you can venture across the border to the picturesque town of Llangollen in North Wales, offering a scenic escape.

Insider Tips for Chester

  • Explore Chester Cathedral: Admire the stunning architecture and intricate carvings of this cathedral.
  • Walk along the City Walls: Take a leisurely stroll along the historic walls, offering panoramic views of the city and its landmarks.
  • Use Chester as a base: From the area, you can easily explore other highlights of the North Wales coast, or take a day trip to Liverpool for more amazing shopping and culture.
  • Discover Chester Rows: Shop and dine in the unique two-tiered shopping galleries dating back to medieval times.
  • Explore Chester Roman Amphitheatre: Learn about Chester's Roman history and visit the largest Roman amphitheatre in Britain.

Whether you're enjoying a boat trip on the River Dee, or relaxing in one of our charming cottages with hot tubs in Chester, the city and surrounding region promise an unforgettable holiday filled with culture and charm. Book your stay today and immerse yourself in the timeless beauty of Chester.

Activities & Places To Visit

1. Chester Zoo

1. Chester Zoo

The UK’s number 1 zoo, is situated less than 3 miles from the centre, in 125-acres of award-winning gardens. Home to over 21,000 rare and endangered animals, children and adults alike will enjoy this top-class attraction.

With numerous different habitats from South East Asia to South American rain forests you will see animals such as jaguars, elephants and orangutans. Venture into the darkness in the Fruit Bat Forest or discover an underwater world at the aquarium.

The Zoo is a leading force in conservation and with lots of tours, hands-on experiences and daily keeper talks you will learn a lot as well as having an amazing time.

You can stop for a bite to eat at one of our many restaurants, kiosks and cafés dotted about the park, cafes, let the youngsters let off steam one of the adventure play areas, or enjoy a leisurely River Boat Trip. Finally, the well-stocked gift shop is the ideal place to purchase a souvenir of your day.

2. Chester’s Heritage

2. Chester’s Heritage

Chester is one of England’s great heritage cities, packed full of “must see” historic treasures.

Home to the most complete city walls in the UK dating from Roman times over 2,000 years ago. Visitors can walk in the footsteps of the roman soldiers enjoying the panoramic views and viewing the city from a different perspective.

Built to celebrate Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee; The Eastgate Clock stands in the city centre and has the distinction of being one of the most photographed clocks in the world.

Not only does Chester have ancient Roman walls there is also an amphitheatre these days instead of gladiators it is home to shows and events throughout the summer months.

The city also boats the oldest racecourse in the country and a 1,000-year old cathedral which is free to enter, visitors can get up close and personal with the birds of prey in the falconry, take the Cathedral Heights Tour for spectacular views or enjoy the programme of events and exhibitions which take place all year round.

3. Boat Tours in Chester

3. Boat Tours in Chester

The river cruises in Chester give visitors the chance to unwind and enjoy the city from a different perspective take a half-hour trip on the River Dee or the 2-hour cruise which takes you through stunning scenery to the Iron Bridge.

There are several companies offering cruises throughout the summer and at weekends during the winter months. Some even offer lunch and drinks aboard and these relaxing excursions are a fantastic way to discover both the city and surrounding countryside.


  • Blue Planet Aquarium (Ellesmere Port)
  • Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet
  • Grosvenor Museum
  • Chester Castle
  • Cheshire Military Museum.
4. Places to eat and drink in Chester

4. Places to eat and drink in Chester

Chester is a food lover’s heaven and boasts an excellent choice of places to enjoy a meal or drink.

With a wealth of coffee shops, trendy cafés, fine dining experiences and plenty of family-friendly restaurants visitors will be spoiled for choice.

Enjoy elegance and exquisite food at the Grosvenor Hotel’s Michelin star restaurant - Simon Radley where you can expect to pay around £50 for an indulgent afternoon tea and between £75-£100 for a 3-course meal from the Tasting or A-la-Carte menus.

Elsewhere in the city you can enjoy gastronomical delights from all over the world at the superb Italian eatery Bollicini for example and if you’re short of time there are a huge choice of the usual fast food establishments and takeaways.

In the evening the city centre comes alive with a mix of chic bars, riverside terraces, traditional pubs serving a selection real ales and vibrant nightclubs.

5. Shopping in Chester

5. Shopping in Chester

For those who want some retail therapy while staying at a hot tub property near Chester the elegant Grosvenor Arcade has an excellent selection of high street brand such as Laura Ashley and Hugo Boss while Eastgate the main shopping street in Chester is home to large retail stores, and smaller unique boutiques on the “Rows” above.

Chester is famous for its Medieval Rows – historic galleried buildings with covered walkways and a host of quirky shops, take a break at the renowned Mad Hatters Tearoom for a cuppa and delicious cake, after all that shopping you’ll deserve it.

A short drive from the city will take you to the Cheshire Oaks Designer Shopping Outlet boasting over 140 stores where you can find labels such as Burberry, Ralph Lauren and Ted Baker with up to 60% off, it is the UK’s largest designer outlet with bargains galore.


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Last Word

For a fun-filled family break, romantic hot tub getaway or celebration with friends Chester lodges are a fantastic choice. Not only will you have the opportunity to explore the incredible countryside of both North Wales and the Peak District, you are within easy driving distance to the coast and close to the heart of this historic city.

Spend your days visiting the fascinating historical sites dating from as far back as the Romans, explore the surrounding countryside or treat yourself to a day’s shopping with a fine dining experience to finish off the day. take a cruise along the picturesque River Dee or discover amazing animals at the zoo.

Chester really does have it all!

Its charm and beauty make Chester one of the countries most popular short break destinations and tens of thousands of tourists’ flock to the city each year to experience the unique atmosphere and warm welcome.

A year-round programme of music festivals, sporting events, parades, film and literature festivals and family events ensures that whenever you visit there is always something going on to keep the whole family entertained.

Even better, when each fun-packed day comes to an end you can return to your luxury log cabins with hot tubs in Chester and relax with a glass of champagne under the stars. Heaven!