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Luxury Log Cabins in Berkshire with Private Hot Tubs

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The most popular hot holidays in Berkshire.

Today we’re going to look at some of the best hot tub lodges available near Berkshire, one of the home counties of England. It is home to the famous Windsor Castle and was recognised as a county by the Queen in 1957 for this reason.

When it comes to hot tub holidays, these are growing in popularity not only because of value for money compared to a holiday abroad but also the convenience and stunning beautiful countryside. More and more people are recognising and appreciating the vast range of scenery and sights that the UK has and in particular, Berkshire.

Luxury Lodges & Cottages in Berkshire

Check out the best cottages with hot tubs and Berkshire 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 Berkshire really does restore the soul!

  • Shorefield Country Park

    Milford-on-Sea / Sleeps 2

    • hot tub
    • wi-fi
    • garden
    • Entertainment

    Located within walking distance of the coast but also nestled in 100 acres of parkland, these retreats have a wide range of activities including swimming pools & tennis courts, great for a weekend getaway!

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  • Marwell Lodges

    Owslebury, Winchester / Sleeps 2

    • hot tub
    • wi-fi
    • Stylish lodges
    • Zip wire

    A terrific set of lodges close to Southampton & Portsmouth for great days out, or head down into the South Downs with the dog and kids.

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  • Blackwood Forest Lodges

    Micheldever, Nr Winchester / Sleeps 2

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • Wooded location
    • Bike hire

    Surrounded by towering beech trees, this as close to nature as you'll get. With an abundance of wildlife and vast trails to explore by foot or bike.

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About Holidays In Berkshire

Berkshire is a county that is rich and soaked in culture and history having a royal link with it being the home of Windsor castle. Alongside the rise in people wanting to go on hot tub breaks in the UK comes with that a rise in the people choosing Berkshire as their destination for this. Not only is the county rich in culture but is also home to some beautiful and stunning views for those avid adventurers.

A lot of people visit Berkshire on their hot tub breaks to explore such sights as the Virginia Water Lake that runs right through the Windsor Great Park; or why not visit the River Thames which runs through the east of Berkshire? The terrain in Berkshire also invites those of you who love to hike with the land level rising towards the south of the county with the highest of these being Walbury Hill measuring 297m above sea level.

Windsor Forest sits along the River Thames and is perfect for those of you wanting to experience the beauty of nature at its finest. There is also the Inkpen Beacon to the west of the county that is the highest above sea level sitting at 975 feet. Berkshire is also rich in history being the home of prehistoric settlements which eventually led the focus of those who were curious to discover Stonehenge which is found in the neighbouring county of Wiltshire.

Berkshire is also home to the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, who was raised in the quiet village of Buckle Berry. This is typical of the county which is famed for its links to the Royal Family and being home to Windsor Castle.

Activities and must see sights in Berkshire

Windsor Castle

This is probably one of the most famous castles in the whole of the country let alone in Berkshire. This is a royal residence that has long had links with the royal family since its inception in the 11th century following the invasion of England pioneered by William the Conqueror.

A popular walk for visits is the long walk that leads up to the Castle, one of the most popular hotspots in Berkshire.

The Castle is part of the Royal family trust and most recently was host to the wedding of Harry & Meghan Markle and has been the home of a staggering 39 Monarchs with the Queen frequently spending her weekends at the castle.

1. Legoland Windsor Resort

1. Legoland Windsor Resort

Everyone has heard of Lego, it is one of the most recognisable and successful toy brands of our time. This theme park is perfect for all of the family that attracts over 2 million people through its gate per annum.

The park consists of a mixture of rides, models and building workshops. This is a must-visit attraction during your hot tub break in Berkshire. It makes for the perfect family day out with offers during 2019 of kids going free if you book early enough.

To make the experience even more authentic why not be a Model Maker for the day, this means you get your very own Legoland uniform making you feel a part of the team and is on offer to kids between the ages of 7 to 15 years old.

2. Ascot Racecourse

2. Ascot Racecourse

This is one of the biggest racecourses in the whole of the UK and is located at Ascot in Berkshire. It is noted for being one of the leading thoroughbred horse racing courses and hosting 13 over the 36 Group 1 racecourses.

Racing is held over 26 days during the calendar year so it is certainly worth looking at the calendar to see if there is anything on whilst you’re on your hot tub break in Berkshire.

Out of the racing season Ascot Racecourse is also a popular destination for those wanting a place to host a conference with only the finest in hospitality being on offer and of course offering a luxury feel to you and your clients or visitors.

3. Beale Park & Wildlife Gardens

3. Beale Park & Wildlife Gardens

This wildlife park is located in Lower Basildon in Berkshire. It consists of three main areas of attraction, firstly you can go and see the range of exotic small animals that are housed in the park, secondly there are farm animals and birds, and lastly why not take a stroll through the landscaped gardens and woodlands, and if you’re taking your kids as well there is a children’s play area.

The gardens are set out over 30 acres of beautiful and stunning well maintained lawns. Another attraction for the kids is the treasured toys exhibition which introduces you to a timeline of some of the most popular toys from the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s.

4. Dinton Pastures Country Park

4. Dinton Pastures Country Park

This country park in the borough of Wokingham in Berkshire is spread out over 450 acres and includes many lakes such as Lavells Lake.

If you’re into sports the park also attracts avid fans of sailing, angling, kayaking and canoeing. Other facilities that are included in this country park include play areas for children and a café if you fancy refreshments.

Activities on offer at the park vary depending upon what time of your year you are going however, the range of activities that are on offer typically revolve around physical activity with the Park being a fully affiliated training centre and has courses for everyone no matter what your age.

5. The Living Rainforest

5. The Living Rainforest

This is an indoor greenhouse located in Hampstead Norreys in Berkshire. It is owned and ran by the Trust for Sustainable Living and attracts over 90,000 visitors annually.

It is an ecological and educational centre. The rainforest is home to a range of amphibians, birds, mammals, plants and reptiles.

If you want to make the most out of your trip why not immerse yourself in the Keeper Experience, assisting one of the parks keepers to feed and look after the animals giving you a chance to get up close like never before.

6. Windsor Racecourse

6. Windsor Racecourse

This is the second biggest racecourse in Berkshire following Ascot. This is also a thoroughbred racing course and is set out in a figure of 8 formation, one of only three that currently exist in the whole of the UK.

There are many races held at the venue each year so it is worth having a look to see what it on during your visit.

The racecourse is set out over 165 acres and hosts around 27 racing fixtures during the year typically between the months of April and October.

If you want to arrive slightly differently to the rest at the racecourse for an event why not get a boat from the town centre and relax and have a glass of champagne before arriving at the racecourse.

The Last Word

Berkshire has the perfect balance of everything you could want on a hot tub break. Not only can you find yourself hot tub lodges that are both value for money and have all the comforts you could want, but there are a huge range of attractions both nature based, and history based to sink your teeth into.

These are perfect for parties of any size, if you're a family why not visit Legoland Resort? Or if you’re a group of friends maybe wanting to learn a bit more about the history of the country why not visit Windsor Castle?

Also, away from all the attractions and the lodges you’ll find a varied terrain offering some of the most beautiful walks you’ll find in the whole country. All of these reasons make Berkshire the perfect place to have your hot tub holiday.