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Luxury Hot Tub Escapes in South of England

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The South of England has the advantage of being close the capital and all its attractions, but this region offers so much more. For those who want to get away from it all Southern England has the royal seal of approval.

Rolling hills, grazing thoroughbreds, stunning gardens and miles of coastline this region offers the peace and tranquillity many look for when booking lodges with hot tubs in the South. As well as action-packed activities for the more energetic.

Combine this with some splendid palaces, world-famous theme parks, a host of historical sites along with fantastic cuisine and you have the recipe for the perfect break.

Hot Tub Breaks in the South of England

Relax and Enjoy the South of England

Boasting some of the mildest weather in the UK Southern England is popular with those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and families looking for a relaxing beach holiday.

More people than ever are choosing not to go abroad; staying at home gives you the freedom to do what you want, without stressful airport delays and worries about security. And renting a cottage or lodge ensures you still have all the comforts of home while you're away. With last minute deals and low deposits, a holiday in the UK is also great value for money.

Hot tub holidays in the South of England come in all shapes and sizes, from compact, one-bedroom lodges ideal for a romantic weekend away to sprawling open-plan homes perfect for large families, many are pet-friendly meaning your canine companion can come along too.

The South offers the best of both worlds with access to the capital with all its attractions along with traditional seaside resorts, some of the best theme parks in the world and the peace and tranquillity of rolling countryside.
At the end of each day what better way to relax than spending time with your loved ones in the warm bubbles of your own private hot tub. Heaven!

The South of England has a fantastic selection of breaks so there is no excuse for not planning your next adventure now!

Some of the most idyllic retreats involve our Lodges in the Cotswolds!

About Southern England

Comprising of the counties of Sussex, Surrey, Hampshire, Oxfordshire, Kent, Berkshire, Wiltshire, Buckinghamshire, Gloucestershire and the Isle of Wight, the South of England is a magnet for tourists and holidaymakers.

Grand Palaces, seaside resorts, stunning scenery and attractions to suit everyone, it is easy to see why it is so popular. This huge area boasts some of the country’s best cuisine so is a great place to visit for the foodies among us.

Whatever pastime is your passion you are sure to find it here, easy to get to and with more sunshine than anywhere else in the country, the South of England should definitely be on your list of holiday destinations in the UK.

Places to Visit and Things to Do in the South of England

There is so much to do here, that you might have some trouble deciding where to go so we have come up with 5 of the best as a taster for what’s available.

We hope you will find it helpful, but feel free to go off, explore and do your own thing. We guarantee that you will find something to shout about in this region, whether it’s fishing, riding a roller-coaster, water-skiing or spending the day marveling at one of the magnificent royal palaces.

Southern England has it all, and so much more, Book today for some fantastic deals

1. Osbourne House

1. Osbourne House

Designed in 1845-1850 by Prince Albert for Queen Victoria, this spectacular home gives visitors an insight into the private lives of one of Britain’s greatest monarchs and is one of the most popular country houses in the UK.

Situated on the Isle of Wight Osborne house boasts some exquisitely decorated staterooms along with private family rooms displaying the family’s belongings

Take a stroll around the magnificent grounds which lead to the private beach where visitors will find the Queen's bathing machine and a lovely ice cream parlour.

With breathtaking views and glorious gardens, Osborne House is a must-see for those staying in cottages with hot tubs in Southern England.

2. Marwell Zoo

2. Marwell Zoo

This 140-acre zoo is home to 1200 animals including some rare and endangered species, among the animal stars you will find, Amur tigers, snow leopards, rhinos and penguins.

Spot zebra and white rhinos from the raised observation platform the ideal spot for budding wildlife photographers or get up close and personal with the wallabies in the Bush Walk.

Daily talks and events give facts about the residents and you will discover the importance of conservation, you can even book a special sunset tour, or sponsor your favourite animal.

With no less than 5 adventure playgrounds for the kids, a rail and road train, enormous walkthrough aviary, and tons of places to eat, Marwell Zoo offers a fun-filled day out for all the family.

3. Winchester Cathedral

3. Winchester Cathedral

One of Europe’s grandest cathedrals and the longest, Winchester was once the seat of power for England’s kings, people have been using it as a place of worship for over 1500 years.

King Alfred was buried here, and Mary Tudor held her extravagant wedding to Philip of Spain at Winchester.

Open 365 days a year there is a range of programmes and events, from exhibitions of arts and treasures to a Christmas market and ice skating during the winter months

There is lots to see including; the impressive bell chamber with spectacular views from the tower, the Winchester Bible and the burial place of one of England’s best female authors; Jane Austen.

4. Seven Sisters Country Park

4. Seven Sisters Country Park

Britain's newest national park, the Seven Sisters Country park is set in 280 acres of rolling hills within the South Downs, a top destination for nature lovers it offers fun activities for all the family including walking, cycling and canoeing to name a few.

Named after the famous chalk cliffs, it is home to some of the county’s rarest birds including kingfishers, Canada geese and little egret.

If you are staying at one of our recommended dog-friendly lodges, it’s ideal for a scenic stroll with your four-legged friend.

Check out Chanctonbury Ring, enjoy the stunning beauty spots of Devil's Dyke or Ditchling Beacon and afterwards enjoy lunch at one of the many picturesque country pubs.

With unending photo opportunities, an interesting visitor centre and plenty of activities to keep the kids happy Seven Sisters is an enjoyable day out for all the family.

5. Brighton Pier

5. Brighton Pier

One of Southern England’s most popular attractions with over 4 million visitors a year, this 1,722ft long Victorian pier offers a wealth of entertainment for all ages.

Home to Britain’s largest indoor play area, traditional fairground rides, sideshows, amusement arcades and restaurants the Pier well worth a visit whatever the weather.

Want to relax why not sit in one of the free classic deckchairs which are provided free of charge and enjoy some fish and chips or an ice-cream?

A full programme of events including live entertainment, firework displays and festivals it is impossible not to have a great time on what is widely regarded as the finest pier in the world.

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