The most popular Sherwood Forest cottages & lodges. relax, rest, enjoy!
One of the most popular holiday destinations in the UK and jam-packed with things to see and do for the whole family it’s no wonder lodges with hot tubs in Sherwood Forest book up quickly.
Home to the legendary Robin Hood, the area was once a huge hunting woodlands used by royalty, nowadays the woodland and country parks offer some of the finest walking and cycling trials in the country as well as boasting trees which are over 500 years old.
Check out the best cabins and lodges in Sherwood Forest with hot tubs; be it for couples, family or group of friends, you are guaranteed to find "the one" and pack your suitcases because a hot tub break in Sherwood Forest really does restore the soul!
Edwinstowe / Sleeps 2
A perfect setting for exploring Robin Hood country with miles of walking trails and cycling routes on your doorstep.
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Nr Edwinstowe / Sleeps 2
With majestic views of the forests and lush green glades, it's easy to see why these cabins are so popular.
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Newark-on-Trent / Sleeps 4
A luxury retreat for families and friends alike, facilities include an indoor pool, gym, steam room, sauna and restaurant.
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Located in the heart of England easily accessible from all over the UK and offers lodge guests a dream holiday in a magical woodland setting with hundreds of acres to explore literally on the doorstep. Plus there are hot tubs!
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Discover the legend of Robin Hood and visit the very spot where he married his sweetheart Maid Marion at St Marys Church in Edwinstowe, enjoy fine-dining at one of the many excellent restaurants or simply find a secluded glade for a picnic.
When you book lodges there are plenty of indoor and outdoor activities to keep even the most hard to please thrill seekers happy, why not try a survival course or archery, after all it is Robin Hood country?
Sherwood Forest, is centrally located meaning; some of the best attractions in the UK are within easy reach but it is also home to many hidden gems including the Arts and Craft Centre where visitors can watch local crafts people at work and buy unique handmade gifts.
Out of the woods itself there is plenty to do and see and we have put together some popular attractions to visit during your woodland getaway. Some are free or cheap and some maybe a bit expensive if you are on a cheap break.
The Art and Craft Centre is situated in a converted stables and coach house just a short walk from the iconic Major Oak and visitor centre at the heart of the Forest.
Home to a variety of local crafts people it is the ideal place to spend a rainy afternoon and watch artists at work.
Purchase unique gifts such as jewellery, handmade chocolates or natural beauty products before heading to the popular café for a cuppa and snack
With a host of craft workshops, exhibitions and events going on throughout the year there is always something different going on. A must see for anyone on breaks in Sherwood Forest.
Hot tub holidays in Sherwood Forest are a great way to relax, but if you want to get the blood flowing this Nottinghamshire activity centre offers a fantastic family day out and is one of 2 Go-Ape locations in the area.
A view with a different perspective on the tree-top challenge 9 metres above the ground, experience the wind in your face with the tandem zip wire, tread carefully across the net bridges or fly through the air on the full trapeze.
Those who like to keep their feet firmly on the ground can enjoy the popular woodland Segway Experience, alternatively, if you have young children why not try Tree-Top Junior, spend an hour crossing wobbly rope bridges, and swinging through the trees.
If you are staying Sherwood Forest accommodation, you won’t find a better place to walk your pooch than Clumber Park. You will find dog bowls of water and there is even an indoor space for them to relax.
Visit in spring to see carpets of bluebells, visit the historic walled garden or explore the National Trust’s largest greenhouse.
Clumber park is a great place to get active with led walks, park runs and cycling all on offer and afterwards why not relax and enjoy a cuppa at the popular café before returning to your luxury cabin.
Experience more than a thousand years of history at Nottingham Castle and drink in the incredible views across the city. The original fortress was built in 1086 by William the Conqueror but now in it’s place stands a beautiful stately home.
The castle boasts an excellent museum with impressive collections of, armour, paintings and silver to name a few and for something a bit different the underground tour of the medieval caves, dungeon, wine cellar and secret passageways should not be missed.
With a comprehensive programme of events all through the year there is always something for everything to enjoy.
Nottinghamshire is a foodie’s paradise with a wealth of restaurants, hotels, pubs and festivals celebrating local produce and helping to cement the county’s position on the culinary map.
Based on the Welbeck Estate, you will find this excellent cookery school which offers a range of courses ideal if you are staying at a forest lodge nearby.
With an outstanding reputation and expert tuition by skilled artisans; choose from bread baking, with heritage flours, oven fired pizzas or fancy French patisseries and bring out your inner chef.
Nottinghamshire’s only narrow-gauge railway; this is only a 10-minute trip but is still well worth a visit especially if you’re travelling with little ones.
This charming miniature railway is run solely by volunteers, kids will love pulling the whistle and watcher the driver shovel coal into the engine and nearby there is a small play area with remote controlled boats, climbing frames, slides, a toddler play area and zip line.
There is also a great little café next to Loxley station that serves snacks, drinks and sweets at reasonable prices and you can even bring the dog along to this lovely hidden gem.
This excellent visitor centre has just had a major refurb and is a terrific way to spend a few hours browse for unique Robin Hood related gifts in the shops or enjoy a bite to eat at the Forest Table Restaurant.
View the magnificent Major Oak, and marvel at ancient oak trees which over the centuries have become living sculptures.
The surrounding area is wheelchair and buggy friendly, and there is also a children's playground for the little ones to let off steam.
There are several events throughout the year where you will find costumed characters, bringing history to life with acrobatic and juggling displays. It's truly a 5 star experience.
We all need at least a weekend break now and then and holiday spot is hard to beat when it comes to escaping the hustle and bustle of city-life. With pretty meadows, lakes, and acres of pine forest to explore.
Fishing, cycling, pony-trekking and walking are popular pastimes along with a host of other outdoor activities such as paint balling and archery. There are some excellent fishing spots and plenty of water-based activities within easy reach. Dog walks are everywhere as are dog-friendly lodges in Sherwood Forest.
For those wanting to relax the magical woodland is ideal for a family picnic or wildlife spotting, did you know this place is one of the country’s most important habitats for rare insects and birds?
Whichever way you choose to spend your days, one thing is guaranteed, enjoy a long soak in your bubbling hot tub surrounded by the sounds of nature under a clear night sky.
With exclusive weekend offers and discounted rates, renting Sherwood Forest lodges with hot tubs needn’t cost the earth and Robin Hood’s Country is definitely worth a visit whatever the time of year.