Aviemore Lodges with a Hot Tub: Holiday Cabins in Cairngorms
The most popular Aviemore log cabins and cottages. Relax, Rest, Enjoy!
Book lodges with hot tubs in Aviemore and discover a huge range of fun activities right on the doorstep, nestled in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park, Aviemore is the perfect holiday destination for lovers of the great outdoors.
After a busy day, return to your luxury self-catering lodge accommodation and a home-cooked meal prepared in the fully-equipped kitchen, perhaps watch the sun go down whilst enjoying a drink on the decking have a soak in the indulgent hot tub or curl up with a book in front of a cosy log burner.
The lodges and cottages are within easy reach of Craigellachie National Nature Reserve, skiing on The Cairngorm Mountain, fishing on the River Spey and crystal-clear lochs offering an abundance of water-sports you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing how to spend your days whatever the time of year.
Recommended Self Catering Luxury Lodges
Check out the best cottages with hot tubs and Aviemore lodges; be it for a couple, families or group of friends, you are guaranteed "the one" and pack your suitcases because a hot tub break in Aviemore are the ultimate in self catering accommodation for groups.
Cairn Valley Cabin Lodges
Nunland Hillside Lodges
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Kessock Highland Lodges
North Kessock, Inverness
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Loch Ness Retreat
Fort Augustus, Inverness-shire
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Wildcat Lodge & Cabins
Newtonmore, Northern Highlands
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Find Your Luxury Lodge with Hot Tub in Aviemore: Cabin Deals & Special Offers
Our selection of top quality Aviemore lodges with hot tubs cater for everyone be it in rural surroundings, an active stay with friends close to amenities or a relaxing Scottish hot tub holiday with loved ones.
So, if you are looking for a premium hot tub lodge, cosy cottage, chalet or traditional log cabin, you’ve come to the right place and all have the added bonus of luxurious hot tub in which to unwind.
Check out our exclusive special offers for last minute lodges during peak times such as school holidays, Christmas and New Year.
Book hot tub lodges out of season
There’s also some great savings to be made during quieter times of year, meaning your hot tub getaway in Aviemore could be closer than you think.
ABOUT Hot Tub HOLIDAYS IN AVIEMORE
Aviemore has become a popular year round lodge holiday destination with the major draw in winter months being the skiing and snow sports and during the summer it becomes a haven for hill walkers and outdoor enthusiasts taking advantage of the vast range of activities.
But it isn’t all go here, those wanting to relax will discover Aviemore ideal too with luxury cabins offering spa treatments, distillery tours, golfers retreats (there are 12 courses within the national park) for a more relaxed hot tub stay.
In and around the hot tub cottages
The town offers all the amenities you could wish for with local shops for all those holiday essentials and an excellent selection of places to eat, from cafes to seafood restaurants and friendly pubs all serving the best local produce.
Activities and Places to Visit
Aviemore is a popular year-round cabin holiday resort that attracts outdoor enthusiasts from all over the world and with so much to see and do nearby it’s easy to see why lodges and cabins with hot tubs in Aviemore book up fast.
Of course, fantastic skiing is one of the main reasons visitors flock to the Cairngorms, there is a skiing centre less than 10 miles from Aviemore, which offers 30 km of runs to suit both beginners and more advanced skiers, with equipment hire and tuition available.
Outside of the ski season, which runs from December to April, the Cairngorms provide superb, hiking, biking and water-sports along with being a haven for wildlife lovers, photographers and golfers
We have got you started with a guide to some popular attractions in the area.
The Highland Wildlife Park
Located near Kincraig just a short drive from Aviemore this lovely wildlife park is a terrific day out for everyone.
With an abundance of animals to see including tigers, wolves, polar bears, and birds of prey, you can also learn a lot about indigenous animals like pine marten, Scottish wildcats and red deer.
The friendly staff are happy to answer questions, and feeding times give plenty of photo opportunities, if you want to get even closer with your camera there are special photography days and keeper experiences.
Check out the gift shop for interesting wildlife gifts, a slice a cake in the coffee shop looking out over the snow monkey enclosure.
Glenmore Forest Park
Nestled at the foot of the Mountains and renowned for its exceptional scenery Glenmore Forest Park attracts over 250,000 visitors every year, who come to experience the vast range of outdoor pursuits on offer or to relax in the tranquil atmosphere of the native pine forest.
The woodland trails are fantastic for walking, cycling and, in the winter months, cross country skiing. Why not hire a boat and spend some time sailing on Loch Morlich or try one of the many water-based activities on offer such as canoeing, sailing or paddle boarding?
With long stretches of sandy beach and spectacular mountain backdrop, Loch Morlich is the also the ideal place to relax.
Strathspey Steam Railway
Perfect for lovers of days gone by. The vintage steam train runs from the centre of Aviemore to Broomhill via Boat of Garten, also known as “The Osprey Village” it boasts an exceptional golf club and excellent country inn.
Travel through the spectacular scenery of “Monarch of the Glen country” and see stunning views during the 19-mile trip along the river Spey, you can even have a 3-course meal or afternoon tea onboard.
With plenty of special events for all ages throughout the year including the Santa Express, Strathspey Steam Railway offers an unforgettable trip down memory lane.
If you fancy something a bit different located just 3 miles outside the town is the Sled dog Centre which offers visitors a unique experience that will make memories to last a lifetime.
Feel the power of the Huskies as they pull the sled through the snow and experience the glorious scenery from a very different perspective,
Don’t worry if there’s no snow as during the summer months they use sleds with wheels making this exciting activity all year round.
Visitors can also visit the kennels and take a tour of the museum where they will meet the dogs and learn all about the sport. A great experience that goes well with the feel of cottage holidays.
Looking for a fun family day out during your stay at a log cabin with hot tub in Aviemore? Then Rothiemurchus Estate with its 13th century castle is a must;
Here you can relax and drink in the magnificent scenery, discover wildlife or indulge in one of the many outdoor activities on offer from leisurely walks, fish, wildlife photography and bird watching, to pony and quad bike rides, clay pigeon shooting, tree top trails, biking, Segway safaris and archery, there is something for everyone.
The estate hosts numerous events throughout the year and boasts a popular restaurant, farm shop and gift emporium selling local crafts and quirky gifts
No visit to the area is complete without a trip to the top of the mountain but don’t worry if you don’t fancy the steep climb the only mountain railway in Scotland will take you up there in approximately 8 minutes.
From the top you will have amazing views of the surrounding countryside and some fantastic photo opportunities. There is also an excellent restaurant called the Ptarmigan, where you can sit down to a delicious meal whilst admiring the breath-taking scenery scenery,
One thing to remember though; the weather can change very quickly, so bring suitable clothing as it can be warm and sunny at the bottom and totally different at the summit.
Scotland is more famous for its whisky rather than its beer but breweries like the Cairngorm Brewery Company are changing that perception and putting Scotland firmly on the beer drinkers map.
Situated in Aviemore and producing famous beers such as Cairngorm Gold, Stag and Caille, a tour of this thriving brewery will give you an insight into the art of brewing beer.
There is a brilliant onsite shop where you can buy gifts, along with bottles of these traditional ales, take some back to your Aviemore cottage and you can sink a bottle of Nessie’s Monster Mash in your private spa hot tub.
The Last Word
Aviemore is without doubt one of the most beautiful places in Scotland to enjoy a holiday whether you are looking for the ideal couples getaway or somewhere with a plethora of activities.
For guests who just want to unwind there are some is some of the most beautiful scenery in the world to explore along with excellent restaurants, and attractions all within easy reach.
Winter or Summer, the Cairngorms National Park offers something for everyone in spectacular lodge surroundings and with some fantastic offers a last minute hot tub break could be closer than you think.
Other useful websites that support us
Craggan Outdoors is an award winning outdoor activity centre near Aviemore in the Highlands of Scotland. We offer a wide range of outdoor activities in the Cairngorms - including climbing, walking, mountain biking, canyoning, kayaking, zip wire & much more. Visit www.cragganoutdoors.co.uk for more information.
Moray Flying Club is a non profit military flying club that aims to provides cost effective flying to personnel from the RAF, Army and Navy, as well as their dependants. Experience magnificent views of the Moray coast, Loch Ness or Cairngorms with prices ranging from £53 to £143.
Free Ski are the leading choice for snowboarding and ski instructions in the Highlands. They are a small family run company, who's top priority, is ensuring that you receive safe and quality instructions that will further develop your winter sport skills.
When booking a holiday home in Aviemore there are few things you’ll want to know about the properties before you go ahead. Although the booking agents list everything they can it’s still worth doing you checks. Firstly:
The location & the area
Firstly, this is a big place and getting a property an hour away from where you want to holiday is not ideal. The properties found on the big sites when you log in maybe scattered across a large area. So be sure to check first.
Is there pet friendly Aviemore Cottages?
If your bringing the dog, then obviously you want to check if pets are allowed. But we would advise you to go a step further and check the terms and conditions. The cabin lodge may allow dogs to accompany their guests but the will have restrictions and rules in place. Each property will vary with what they expect and how many pets you can bring.
Do they have an enclosed garden?
Following on from dog friendly lodges above, if the property is advertised as pets welcome then they will have a lot of rentals with an enclosed patio garden. This is ideal for pet owners.
Do you want quiet?
All the properties you would assume are secluded lodges, but this isn’t true. A lot the homes are on holiday parks where their can be hundreds of cabins close to each other. If your all about location and peace and quiet, then be sure to stipulate these lodges when you search.
Is it a hideaway for 2? then book couples only retreats
There are tonnes of family’s that use these properties, so if you are looking for romance then ask for a chalet with privacy.
Wifi is not guaranteed
Most lodges will have WIFI but not all, many of the cabins are in rural locations and woodlands and internet connection is non-existent. Use reviews to check on this.
Are they 5 Star?
Most cabin owners advertise luxury lodges, but they are not star rated the same as hotels and they don't do room service! Let the price guide you when booking. If its cheap and way less than the rest of the rentals listed, then set your expectations accordingly. Filter by price and choose the more expensive options to get closer to 5 star.
Wheelchair access is rare
The bigger holiday parks will have plenty of lodges with wheel chair access, but smaller properties won’t. The only way to check for definite is to contact them via email or phone in advance.
A lot of cabin holidays and caravan parks are now adding things to do at their locations. These lodges have always been popular with Haven for example, and there are loads of golf courses with lodge accommodation onsite.
Will it have a swimming pool?
Again, bigger holiday resorts that do lodges and cabins may well cater for those who love to swim. Most large booking websites will have a search filter for swimming pools.
When is the best time for cheap sales?
Out of season or midweek is the optimal time for cheap special offers
Last minute & Late Availability
Finding last minute lodges with a hot tub is straightforward you just need to be on the ball and regular checking the big sites. They have daily lists showing all the cabins and the features as well as the discounted deals. For last minute hot tub holidays in Aviemore click the link
Stays for 1 and 2 Nights
These are rare, especially one night breaks with hot tubs are next to impossible. The reason is the cost of turning over and cleaning the property daily ready for the next guests is not cost efficient for the owners.
Weekends (They are mostly 3 days)
Most people want to be home for Monday, but the lodges are usually booked out over 3 nights which tends to Friday until Monday morning. Be aware before you book.