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The most popular hot holidays in Buckinghamshire.

Buckinghamshire is quickly becoming one of the most popular destinations for people wanting a hot tub break in a lodge or cottage in England. More and more people are choosing to stay at home rather than having to deal with the stress of organising a holiday abroad, not only this but sometimes there is better value for money by choosing here as your hot tub break destination.

Luxury Lodges & Cottages in Buckinghamshire

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

  • Bluewood Lodges

    Bledington, The Cotswolds / Sleeps  2

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • wi-fi
    • Fishing nearby

    Close to the traditional cotswold village of Kingham, experience horse riding, fishing and golf all nearby. An ideal destination for a rural family break.

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  • Benson Waterfront

    Benson-on-Thames, Oxfordshire / Sleeps  2

    • hot tub
    • Timber verandah
    • On riverfront
    • Quiet location

    Set on the banks of the River Thames, enjoy fishing, canoeing, bird watching and you can even hire a boat. Oxford is also only 10 miles.

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About Holidays In Buckinghamshire

Buckinghamshire is becoming one of the most popular hotspots for people wanting a hot tub break in England. It is one of the home counties and sits on the Metropolitan Green Belt.

Part of the most famous river in the UK, the River Thames also runs through Buckinghamshire. Other places of interest include the private retreat of the Prime Minister, Chequers.

It is also home to Bletchley Park, the place made famous by being the home of the invention of the code breaking machine that defeated the German Enigma machine developed by the famous Alan Turing.

Other activities that people flock to Buckinghamshire for include the museums at Aylesbury and Great Missenden, part of the famous Roald Dahl trail. Buckinghamshire also offers an array of natural beauty for those of you who are avid adventurers with the southeast stretching across a ridge of chalk known as the Chiltern Hills which also stretches across the counties of Oxfordshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.

It is referred to by the locals as ‘the Chilterns’ and has been an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty since 1965. The county is also rich in history having been host to settlements from the Neolithic’s to the Saxons.

This offers those of you who are wanting activities and walks to fill your day up before returning to your lodge and relaxing in your own hot tub. These walks are also perfect to take your dog on along with many of the routes also being home to dog friendly pubs which offers the perfect opportunity for you both to grab a refreshment.

Activities and must see sights in Buckinghamshire

Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre

This museum is located in Great Missenden in Buckinghamshire. This award winning museum is mainly targeted towards kids and families. It consists of galleries that include displays and activities. There are workshops and free craft activities ran weekly at the museum making it a perfect place for families to visit and learn a bit about the famous author himself and the historic life he led that still influences people to this day.

This museum is also a very popular option for school trips giving the children an insight into Roald Dahl and bringing their imagination to life. This was the home of Roald Dahl for 36 years until his death in 1990 and all of his world renowned stories were wrote in what is known as his ‘writing hut’ situated in his garden.

1. Waddesdon Manor

1. Waddesdon Manor

This national trust property is located in the Bedfordshire town of Waddesdon. This was owned at one time by the famous Rothschild family and has an extensive collection of 18th Century art.

To the front of the property is a huge Victorian garden complete with a woodland playground and offering seasonal displays. Online you can find a programme of all events, so you can see what is on at the time of your hot tub break in Buckinghamshire.

Popular events that are hosted at Waddesdon Manor include light trails, projections and seasonal events such as the Christmas Carnival. When you’re making your way to Waddesdon Manor there is also a route called the Waddesdon Greenway which is perfect for those of you wanting a picturesque walk or cycle.

2. Cliveden

2. Cliveden

This nature trail offers some of the best views that Buckinghamshire has to offer. It is located above the famous River Thames. Walking along the trail you’ll get to explore and experience a series of gardens.

This experience is perfect for everyone no matter what your age, with there being a Storybook Play Den for the younger kids that allows them to play with the wooden carvings of characters from their favourite storybooks.

The National Trust now allows you to walk your dogs in more areas of the estate than ever before making it a perfect place to take your dog whilst also taking in the breath-taking views that are on offer.

3. Bletchley Park

3. Bletchley Park

This Victorian estate consists of huts and blocks that give you an insight into how this park became the location for the invention of the Enigma defeating code breaking machine and how that innovation influenced what the modern day computer was and is.

This park is internationally renowned and attracts people from all over the world due to its rich history and culture.

When visiting the Park there are plenty of attractions to see such as the restored huts that were home to the code breakers during World War 2 as well as visiting the National Radio Centre which showcases the advancement and birth of radio communications technology.

4. Green Dragon Rare Breeds Farm & Eco Centre

4. Green Dragon Rare Breeds Farm & Eco Centre

This farm consists of paddocks that are used to home rare breed farm animals. This attraction is perfect for the whole family with the farm also including an Animal Barn and Pets corner where all of the visitors can meet the animals up and close. There is also an outdoor area with two barns, one being a soft play barn.

On site there are also cafés with fresh local produce. The perfect place to get refreshments during your stay. When visiting the Centre, you’ll be able to learn more about the place in the Forest School sessions that are on offer as well as a Mobile Animal Encounter service which means if you’re struggling to get there they can bring the animals to you.

5. Queens Park Arts Centre & Limelight Theatre

5. Queens Park Arts Centre & Limelight Theatre

Set in Queens Park in Buckinghamshire this centre offers around 70 workshops each week covering crafts such as painting, pottery, needlecraft, circus skills, drama, yoga and sign language courses. There is also the limelight theatre that plays host to live comedy, music and drama performances.

They offer over 100 workshops weekly aiming to help you advance your skills when it comes to creative and performing arts and boasts the title of the world’s largest independent arts centre.

If you fancy a refreshment as well why not visit the centres Coffee bar which sells a range of hot and cold food with a fully licensed bar also.

6. Bekonscot Model Village & Railway

6. Bekonscot Model Village & Railway

This is the world’s oldest model railway village having been around since 1929! This place is perfect for people of all ages including a sit on railway, remote control boats and kids rides making it perfect for the whole family.Whether you’re an avid trainspotter or you simply want to experience something a bit different this should definitely be considered. The village is set out over 1.5 acres of well maintained gardens and offers an authentic 1930’s feel to give you an insight in to how railways functioned.

This includes of course the model village that consists of six towns all stuck inside the 1930’s giving you a trip back in time. However, if you just want to experience some natural beauty why not wander through the gardens with over 3000 shrubs and trees to explore.

The Last Word

All in all Buckinghamshire offers everything you could want from your hot tub break. Not only are there a wide range of hot tub lodges and cottages to choose from offering great value for money with their own hot tub, but also there are many activities to do whilst you’re staying at your hot tub lodge.

Some of these have been looked at today however the choices of what to do are endless depending on what your interests are. Buckinghamshire is a county rich in cultural history and offers a great insight into the county’s culture and historic figures that have once lived there.