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Luxury Log Cabins in Troutbeck with Private Hot Tubs

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The most popular hot tub holidays in Troutbeck.

Nestled in a beautiful valley teeming with wildlife, Troutbeck offers a peaceful countryside retreat while being close to both Ambleside and Windermere with their wealth of attractions and activities.

Surrounded by scenic walks Troutbeck is a haven for hikers and ideally located to explore Windermere, Ambleside and the central Lake District. There are pet friendly lodges, so Fido can enjoy the excellent walking too and as the name suggests there are plenty of opportunities to fish in the valley.

Self Catering Hot Tub Breaks In The Troutbeck

These hot tub holidays in Troutbeck have been hand picked. Whether it be a family lodge holiday, a hen party of a romantic weekend break, you are guaranteed to find "the one"

  • White Cross Bay

    Lake Windermere  / Sleeps 4

    • hot tub
    • wi-fi
    • garden
    • Washing machine

    Named as the most beautiful lake in the area, these beautiful properties sit on the shore Lake Windermere amongst 60 acres of conserved woodlands. An ideal spot for 2-3 nights with the kids.

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  • Avon Wood

    Newby Bridge / Sleeps 2

    • hot tub
    • garden
    • Romantic retreat
    • Shops & Pubs -  5 min drive

    This serene hideaway is ideal for a romantic escape or a family wanting to enjoy the vast woodland with an abundance of wildlife.

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  • Hillcroft Park

    Pooley Bridge, Ullswater / Sleeps 4

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

    Enjoy commanding views over Lake Ullswater, 5 minute walk from Pooley Bridge. Activities in the park include table tennis and a children's play area.

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  • Hartsop Fold

    Patterdale, Ullswater , Cumbria / Sleeps 4

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • wi-fi
    • Bed linen and duvets

    A stunning set of lodges set between Brotherswater and Ullswater. The local area is home to a range of wildlife including red deer, squirrels and badgers.

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  • Langdale Lodge 15

    White Cross Bay near Troutbeck Bridge / Sleeps 6

    • hot tub
    • wi-fi
    • garden
    • parking

    A stunning detached lodge with fantastic onsite facilities including a swimming pool, sauna, gym and tennis courts.

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  • Wansfell View

    Limefitt Park near Troutbeck / Sleeps 6

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

    Less than a mile from Troutbeck, this cabin is ideal for walking & cycling enthusiasts as there are miles of trails to explore.

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About Troutbeck

The home of the late famous children's author Beatrix Potter, Troutbeck is a charming little hamlet that stands on the old coach road from Windermere to Penrith. Nestled on the west side of Troutbeck Valley close to the Kirkstone Pass it benefits from spectacular views over the surrounding hills and fells.

The scattering of historic dwellings all built using local stone include 26 listed buildings which date from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.

Truly unique this picturesque village boasts 3 traditional pubs, a highly-regarded tearoom and the 16th century Jesus Church, with its famous east window designed by Sir Edward Burne-Jones.

Activities and Must-see Sights in Troutbeck

Tourism is the main industry in Troutbeck, consequently, there is tons to see and do in the area for visitors of all ages.
Water-sports are a popular pastime and there is just about every possible water-based activity to choose from, hire a sailing boat, try jet skiing or have fun canoeing.

Children will love the treetop trails at Brockhole Visitor Centre and Beatrix Potter World is a must for little ones. there are also plenty of cycling trails and walking routes.

In the evening you can enjoy a meal at one of the many country pubs or top-class restaurants or head back to your luxury holiday home where you can prepare dinner in the well-equipped kitchen before unwinding in your exclusive hot tub. Heaven!

Some attractions and activities not to be missed include:

1. Townend House

1. Townend House

Situated in Troutbeck itself you will find Townend House, with over 20,000 visitors a year this 16th century grade 1 listed building is well worth a visit. It gives an insight into the lives of Lake District farmers over the centuries and was donated to the National Trust by the Browne family in 1943.

The library at Townend House is the Trust's 3rd most important and contains over 1500 books, some dating back to 1548.

The furniture has some exquisite carvings and the many nooks and crannies make this lovely building a great way to spend an afternoon. Don’t forget to explore the lovely cottage garden, before heading back to your hot tub hideaway.

2. Brockhole Visitor Centre

2. Brockhole Visitor Centre

A perfect day out for all the family, Brockhole visitor centre has something for all ages. Situated between Windermere and Ambleside with magnificent mountain views, you can explore the 30 acres of beautiful grounds, picnic on a secluded beach by the water or indulge in something more energetic like the tree-top trails. Great fun for the kids as well as adults.

Why not hire a rowing boat, go kayaking or cruise across the lake? There is also archery, pony rides, bike-hire, an adventure playground and mini golf,
The terrace cafe boasts stunning views of the lake, delicious home cooked dishes and locally brewed ales and of course there is a well-stocked gift shop for all your souvenirs.

3. The World of Beatrix Potter

3. The World of Beatrix Potter

Beatrix Potter lived at Troutbeck Park farm where she bred a fine flock of the rare Herdwick Sheep. The farm was left to the National Trust by the author as were the sheep and are popular with tourists

In the nearby town of Bowness, you can visit the World of Beatrix Potter; a fantastic attraction loved by children and adults alike.

Spend some time in Peter Rabbit's garden or in the kitchen of Mrs Tiggywinkle. Get hands on with the life-size interactive exhibitions and learn about Miss Potter’s role in local conservation before treating yourself to some homemade cake at the award-winning tearoom and buying a few souvenirs at the well-stocked gift shop.


4. Outdoor Activities near Troutbeck

4. Outdoor Activities near Troutbeck

Troutbeck is the perfect holiday destination for lovers of the great outdoors. The river meanders down to the shores of the biggest lake in England and at over ten and a half miles long you won't be surprised to learn that the choice of water-based activities is second to none.

Some may prefer to relax on one of the many boat cruises or spend the day sailing while the more adventurous may want to try something new such as knee-boarding, kayaking or water-skiing.

Messing about on the water, not for you? Don’t worry there are plenty of activities on land too not least horse-riding, mountain biking and treetop trails. Not forgetting the hundreds of miles of scenic walks ideal of you are bringing along your canine companion.

5. The Mortal Man

5. The Mortal Man

The Lake District is a paradise for foodies, from yummy homemade cakes and local specialities to quintessential country inns and world-class restaurants it really does offer every culinary delight

The Mortal Man is a must for guests staying at hot tub lodges with hot tubs in Troutbeck, with a fascinating history William Wordsworth is said to have stayed here

Boasting one of the finest beer gardens in England and spectacular views from the picture-window restaurant the building dates back to the 17th century

This welcoming, children and dog friendly pub has a lovely wood panelled bar with roaring open fire and serves some of the best food in the area.

There is something going here most nights from quizzes to live music and the Sunday Lunches are famous.


6. Holehird Gardens- Windermere

6. Holehird Gardens- Windermere

Worth a visit any time of year these stunning hillside gardens are looked after by volunteers from The Lakeland Horticultural Society and boast a fantastic variety of shrubs and specimen trees, heather and rock gardens, alpine houses, a charming walled garden, borders and water features.

Admission is by donation and there is free car-parking making it great for those looking for things to do on a budget in the Lake District. Every Wednesday morning from May to September there is a guided walk

Download the walking route from Windermere here

7. Lakeside and Havethwaite Railway

7. Lakeside and Havethwaite Railway

Visit a bygone age with a trip on a vintage steam train. Located on the southern shores of Lake Windermere, the short 3.2-mile journey takes you through the spectacular scenery of the Leven Valley.

Take a break and enjoy a delicious afternoon tea at the Station tearoom (pre-booking recommended) alternatively bring your own lunch and enjoy at the picnic area while the kids let off steam in the adventure playground.

With a host of events throughout the year there is always something going on. You can explore the engine shed and learn about the history of steam. Why not combine your trip with a visit to the Lakeside aquarium, which is adjacent to the Lakeside station or a leisurely cruise across the lake?

The Last Word

Whether you are looking for a romantic retreat, pet friendly hot tub lodge, fun-packed family holiday destination or celebrating a special occasion; the Lake District will not disappoint

A seemingly endless array of outdoor pursuits, beautiful gardens, and attractions make Troutbeck ideal for those looking to escape everyday life yet still be close to all the action.

From luxury spas to bush-craft courses and pony-trekking you are guaranteed to make memories when you book a short break in the lakes.

You can do as much or as little as you choose, and after a day spent discovering all the delights of the area you have a heavenly hot tub to ease any aching muscles and relax under the stars.