Log Cabins in Windermere with Hot Tubs: Discover Lakeside Lodge Holidays

The most popular Windermere cabins and cottages. Relax, Rest, Enjoy!

Find your dream holiday accommodation in the heart of the Lake District with our selection of the best luxury log cabins in Windermere with hot tubs. Arguably the most popular tourist destination in the area it offers everything and more for either a peaceful romantic break or action-packed holiday.

Whatever way you wish to spend your days be it playing golf, jet-skiing, horse-riding, cycling, or pampering yourself with luxury spa treatments, they are all within easy reach of Windermere.

Not only that but you will be surrounded by some of the finest scenery in the UK, add to that premium accommodation with every comfort you could want plus the added delight of your own secluded Jacuzzi and you have all the ingredients for an unforgettable hot tub break in the Lake District.

So, what are you waiting for? Check out the fantastic offers and start planning your Windermere short break today!

Luxury Lodges & Cottages in Windermere

Check out the best cottages with hot tubs and Windermere lodges; 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 Windermere really does restore the soul!

Avon Wood
​Newby Bridge, Cumbria

  • Private hot tub
  • Adults only
  • Lakeside location
  • Romantic retreat

Bassenthwaite Lakeside
Keswick, Cumbria

  • Private hot tub
  • Pet Friendly
  • Lakeside location
  • Bring your own boat 

Meadow’s End Lodges
​Cartmel , The Lake District

  • Private hot tub
  • WIFI 
  • Pet friendly
  • Central heating

Relax and Enjoy Windermere

Whether you are looking for a rural retreat for a romantic weekend, a large hot tub cottage for groups, celebrating a special occasion or family log cabin with hot tub on a holiday park with tons of amenities we have something for everyone.

Several of our hand-picked lodges offer ground floor accommodation making them suitable for the elderly and partially disabled, and there is also a good selection of pet-friendly lodges in Windermere meaning you don’t have to worry about the hassle and expense of finding a pet-sitter or boarding kennel for your canine companion.

Packed with contemporary fixtures and fittings while retaining a rustic charm all the properties are fully central-heated throughout meaning that you can enjoy the Lake District at any time of year and there are some fabulous deals for Christmas and New Year hot tub breaks.

About Holidays in Windermere

Windermere is the largest lake in the country, with a 10-mile shoreline offering an abundance of things to see and do.

Not least; the Lake Districts most visited town, Bowness-on-Windermere which is home to an abundance of activities and family attractions along with an excellent choice of, gift shops, high street retailers, restaurants and cafés.

The lake itself offers a seemingly endless array of water-based activities from fishing to kayaking, paddle-boarding and sailing, you can enjoy a picnic, take a leisurely stroll with the dog or hire a rowing boat.

There is also a train station at Windermere making it the perfect base for those travelling to the Lakes without a car and once you arrive there is an excellent bus service which you can use to explore the area.

Activities and Must-see Sights in Windermere

There is so much for visitors to this beautiful region to discover that one visit will not be enough, which is why many guests return to our hot tub cottages in Windermere year after year.

From exhilarating outdoor pursuits and a rich history to landscape painting and fine-dining there really is something for all ages, tastes and budgets here.

Check out the connection Beatrix Potter had with the region, visit ancient ruins or whizz through the tree-tops on a zip wire before heading back to your deluxe holiday home where you can relax under the stars with a glass of bubbly in the warm water of your indulgent hot tub. Bliss!

To get your holiday off to a great start we have compiled a list of some popular attractions nearby.

Wray Castle

Arrive at the private jetty by boat from Ambleside and you cannot help but be impressed by the quintessential towers and turrets however Wray Castle is not one of those which boasts impressive art collections and fine furniture.

What it does have is plenty of fun things to do; there is a castle building room, a dressing up room and Peter Rabbit Adventure rooms which the kids will love.

Close to the castle there is a den building area, family nature trails and rope swings, with tons of space for the kids to let off steam Wray Castle is a terrific day out for those staying at a lodge or cottage with hot tub in Windermere.

World of Beatrix Potter

Located in Bowness on Windermere; The World of Beatrix Potter is a fun-filled family attraction, which brings to life all 23 of Miss Potter’s stories.

Featuring favourite characters from the books including Mrs Tiggy-winkle, Jemima Puddleduck and of course Peter Rabbit, the interactive exhibits let visitors immerse themselves in the sights, sounds even smells of the magical tales.

There are free activity sheets for children and a host of special events throughout the year including an outstanding theatre show.

With a popular character-themed café serving tasty snacks and a world-renowned gift shop, kids of all ages can enjoy a slice of Beatrix Potter magic.

Blackwell Arts and Crafts House

This Grade 1 listed building is one of the country’s most important surviving examples of the Arts and Crafts Architecture from the turn of the 20th century and is well worth a visit.

Boasting stunning views of the lake this exceptional house was designed as a holiday home for wealthy businessman Sir Edward Holt, by famous architect Baillie Scott in 1898 and building was completed by 1901.

Highlights include; the splendid plasterwork, stained glass windows and intricately carved wood paneling. There is also a popular tearoom and shop selling work by some of the finest craftspeople in the country.

Brockhole Visitor Centre

Probably one of the finest visitor centres in the UK, Brockhole is set in 30 acres of glorious grounds on the shores of Lake Windermere and offers tons of things to do and see for the whole family.

Tackle the obstacle courses and exhilarating tree-top trails, kids will love the pony rides, birds of prey and there is a plethora of water-based activities for all ages and abilities on the shore.

A tour around the house gives visitors an insight into the history of the Lake District and it is also home to numerous exhibitions throughout the year, there is a well-stocked gift shop and wonderful restaurant and tearoom with magnificent views of the surrounding countryside from the terrace.

Food and Drink in Windermere

All our hand-picked hot tub lodges in Windermere have fully equipped kitchens ideal for preparing culinary delights for the whole family. But there is no shortage of excellent pubs and restaurants within easy reach if you want to eat out.

From delicious afternoon teas tasty pub grub and refined fine dining, the Lake District really does have it all.

For the perfect Sunday Lunch head to the Mortal Man in the Troutbeck Valley with one of the best beer gardens in England and spectacular views.

If you are on a romantic break in Windermere or celebrating a special occasion, try Francine’s a favourite with locals and tourists alike.

Pleasure Cruises Windermere

Can you imagine a better way of spending a summer’s afternoon then viewing the spectacular scenery surrounding Lake Windermere from a comfortable pleasure boat?

There is a large fleet of boats to choose from; both modern and traditional steamers and cruises run the full length of the lake,

A full cruise around the lake takes around 3 hours but there are shorter trips which take in places such as Wray Castle, Brockhole and the Lakes Aquarium.

For those disembarking at Lakeside pier why not buy a combined ticket and take a trip back in time on the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Steam Railway.

Birdspotting in Windermere

The Lake district is a haven for bird-watchers and Lake Windermere has more birds than any other in the area. Including over a thousand ducks, swans and geese.

This population increases over the winter months when thousands of birds fly in from Scandinavia and Eastern Europe such as coot, tufted duck and wintering goldeneye.

This is just one of the reasons Windermere remains a popular short break destination even in the colder months not to mention the scenery which is dramatic whatever the time of year.

Of course, birds aren’t the only wildlife around you can spot red squirrels, osprey, deer and if you’re really lucky, otters.

The Last Word

The Lake District really does have it all. Whether looking for a romantic cottage with hot tub, searching for a short family break with a pet-friendly hot tub lodge or looking for some action with friends, a Windermere hot tub break will keep everyone happy.

Take advantage of some of the luxury facilities offered by hotels and holiday parks which include indulgent spa and beauty treatments.

Hire a bike and head of the beaten track, where you will discover some hidden gems and secluded picnic spots.

And, in the evening return to your hot tub cottage for a leisurely soak under the moonlit sky.

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