Lodges with Hot Tubs in The Peak District
The most popular Derbyshire log cabins and cottages. Relax, Rest, Enjoy!
With secret caverns to explore, panoramic views, magical woodland and picturesque villages, is it any wonder hot tub lodges in the Peak District are so popular?
We have selected some of the finest luxury log cabins and cottages with hot tubs so whether you are searching for a fun-filled family holiday, weekend escape with friends or indulgent romantic break you are sure to find something to suit in this stunning National Park
Pull on your hiking boots or get on your bike and explore the tranquil traffic free trails, enjoy a slice of traditional Bakewell Tart, discover ancient underground caves or head to Alton Towers for some thrills.
The Peak District has something for all ages tastes and budgets and when you choose one of our superior self-catering properties you will have an inviting hot tub to come home to after a day exploring the area.
Just picture relaxing in the warm bubbles with a glass of something chilled. Sheer Bliss
Luxury Lodges and Cottages in the Peak District
Check out our hand-picked cottages with hot tubs in the Peak District; Bring the kids, the grandparents, friends, even the family dog of you choose one of several pet-friendly holiday homes in the area, because everyone is guaranteed a fantastic time here!
Ashover , Derbyshire
Colliery Lane Lodges
Swadlincote, Nr Ashby-de-la-Zouch
Glossop , Derbyshire
Sandybrook Country Park
Ashbourne, Peak District
Longnor Wood Holiday
Longnor, Buxton, Peak District
Weston Wood Lodges
Or maybe you prefer a luxury holiday cottage
Clay Cross, Peak District & Derbyshire Dales
The Cow Shed
Alport near Bakewell
Weston, near Newark, Nottinghamshire
About the Peak District
At the southern edge of the Pennines lies the Britain’s first National Park the spectacular Peak District with its bustling market towns rolling hills and magnificent scenery.
Renowned as one the best places in England to take a walk there are a host of festivals throughout the year making this a year-round holiday destination that offers the best of both worlds.
Renting a holiday cottage in the Peak District gives guests the opportunity to get away from it all and recharge their batteries while still being within easy reach of world-class attractions like Twycross Zoo, Alton Towers and Chatsworth House.
In fact, whatever your pleasure you are sure to find it in the Peak District and after a busy day would could be better than your own private hot tub in which to unwind.
Activities and Must-See Sights in the Peak District
Golf, fishing, pot-holing and riding are readily available and if you fancy indulging in a luxury spa day there are plenty on offer, there is fresh local produce a-plenty and fine dining for that special occasion.
The huge reservoir can be found in the heart of the Peak District and along with being a popular trout fishing spot it offers an enormous range of water-based activities for all abilities.
Visitors can hire a bike and follow one of the numerous cycling trails around the 8.5-mile lake, enjoy a leisurely stroll with the dog, observe the wildlife at one of the bird hides dotted around or bring along a picnic.
The more energetic can try sailing, wind-surfing, kayaking and raft-building to name a few and there are experienced tutors and equipment for hire so you can have a go at something new.
This brilliant, family-run theme park has something for everyone with over 60 rides and attractions.
Experience the giant waterslide and spend some time in the extremely popular JCB zone where kids can operate the diggers and take part in construction-themed activities. Jump aboard the pirate ship, have fun in the Nerf Zone or explore Dinosaur Kingdom.
There are soft play areas, interactive activities and fun rides for toddlers and plenty of picnic spots dotted around the park, with a host of events and things going on throughout the year Gulliver’s is one of the best family days out in the Peak District
World of Wedgwood
For a unique day out the World of Wedgwood in Stoke-on-Trent is hard to beat. The home of British pottery boasts an excellent museum where you can learn about the history of the Wedgwood family.
There are regular factory tours where you can watch the craftsmen at work and art and craft workshops where you can have a go at pottery yourself.
Whether you are celebrating the finest in British craftmanship or shopping for a unique gift there is plenty to enjoy with a visit here and when you have finished looking around enjoy a bite to eat in the excellent café.
Treak Cliff Cavern
This fabulous pet-friendly attraction in the Peak District is famous all over the world for the large deposits of Blue John Stone that can be find here.
Boasting some of the most stunning cave formations in the country, visitors can enjoy a fascinating guided tour of the caverns and marvel at the stalactites, stalagmites and fossils.
The caves are surrounded by scenic walks and there is also a well-stocked stocked gift shop where you can pick up a unique memento of your visit.
Treak Cliff Cavern is open daily all-year round (except Christmas Day) and is well worth a visit for those staying at a hot tub cottage in the Peak District.
Crich Tramway Village
You don’t have to be a history buff to enjoy this outstanding attraction located in the picturesque village of Crich near Matlock,
Step back in time and discover what life was like in the 19th century, ride in one the horse-drawn, steam or electric trams of which there are over 60 before visiting the fascinating museum.
Enjoy a pint in the “Olde Worlde” pub, or pick up a bag of torpedoes, cinder toffee or licorice from the retro sweet shop, before having a bite to eat at the popular tearoom.
There is also a well-stocked gift shop and some lovely woodland walks to enjoy making this a terrific family day out.
Peak Wildlife Park
In the heart of the Peak District National Park, near to the bustling market town of Leek is this fantastic zoo which offers a unique and immersive wildlife experience.
Animal lovers and children will love the fact there are many walk through enclosures where you can get up close and personal with creatures like lemurs, wallabies and penguins.
There are regular keeper talks, so you can learn all about what it takes to look after the animals, a host of animal experiences and plenty of on-site facilities such as play area, huge bouncy castle and excellent café, making this a fun, educational and exciting family day out.
The Last Word
One of the busiest National Parks in Europe the Peak District has something for everyone to enjoy, which makes it popular with families couples and friends looking for cottages or luxury log cabins with hot tubs.
The sense of tranquility and stunning scenery are big draws but so are the seemingly endless array of outdoor pursuits, industrial heritage and proximity to some top-class theme parks and family days out.
We have put together some of the best self-catering accommodation in the Peak District and with exclusive offers, discounts and special deals, you could be planning a short break in the Peak District sooner than you think!