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Luxury Log Cabins in the Cotswolds with Private Hot Tubs

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The most popular hot tub holidays in The Cotswolds.

Designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty in 1996, the Cotswolds cover over 787 square miles and is the second largest protected landscape in England. Our lodges with hot tubs in the Cotswolds offer tranquility, peace and serenity.

Self Catering Hot Tub Breaks In The Cotswolds

Check out the best lodges in Cotswolds with hot tubs; 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 Cotswolds really does restore the soul!

  • 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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  • 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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  • The Outlook

    Stroat, near Chepstow / Sleeps 4

    • hot tub
    • wi-fi
    • garden
    • Stunning views

    A fantastic cottage set on the border of England & Wales allowing you to explore both. There are plenty of outdoor activities close by.

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  • The Retreat

    Stroat, near Chepstow / Sleeps 2-6

    • hot tub
    • wi-fi
    • garden
    • Great views

    A lovely semi detached cottage with views over the Gloucestershire countryside, Newport & Cardiff are within driving distance.

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  • Hoburne Cotswold

    South Cerney, Cirencester / Sleeps 4

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • Stunning activities
    • Well equipped kitchen

    This park has over 150 lakes with a vast range of activities including golf, swimming, fishing, tennis, amusements and an indoor soft play area.

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  • The Stables

    Bream, near Lydney / Sleeps 2

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • wi-fi
    • Quiet location

    A terrific barn conversion with loads of attractions close by including Clearwell Caves, Sculpture Trail & Wye Valley which is popular for mountain biking.

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  • Croft Farm Water Park

    Tewkesbury , Gloucestershire / Sleeps 4

    • hot tub
    • Well equipped kitchen
    • Non smoking
    • Stunning decking

    Positioned in the beautiful Avon Valley, with a host of water sport activities on site including sailing, kayaking & paddle boarding.

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  • Greenways Log Cabin

    Newent, Gloucestershire / Sleeps 2

    • hot tub
    • wi-fi
    • garden
    • garden

    Located close to the Royal Forest of Dean, from here you can explore the vast countryside as well as the historic city of Gloucester.

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  • The Granary

    Bream, near Lydney / Sleeps 4

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • wi-fi
    • Quiet location

    Located in the majestic Forest of Dean, these delightful barn conversions have an abundance of wildlife, walks and cycling routes on the doorstep.

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  • Orchard Cottage

    Blakeney, Gloucestershire / Sleeps 2

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • wi-fi
    • garden

    Close to the ancient village of Blakeney and on the edge of the Forest of Dean. Head down to the local village pub or even grab yourself some fish and chips!

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  • Mill Cottage

    Hanley William near Tenbury Wells / Sleeps 2

    • hot tub
    • Private patio
    • Open plan
    • Taylor-made kitchen

    This property is set in the Hanley Mill Estate among 30 acres of lush woodland, and just 5 miles from the market town of Tenbury Wells.

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About Holidays In The Cotswolds

The Cotswolds is a huge Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty covering 800 square miles and offering a seemingly endless array of outdoor pursuits, chocolate box cottages in picture postcard villages and some of the country’s finest attractions, no wonder lodges in the Cotswold's with hot tubs are popular with those wanting a rural escape.

How to get there

The heart of England is a breeze to get to from any part of the UK with links to all major road networks and regular train services.

By Car

The Cotswolds is served by good links to the M40, M4 and M5, making it easy to get to from London, Birmingham and most towns and cities in Britain.

Gloucester and Cheltenham lie at the heart of the region and these are linked by the A40 and M5.

If you are travelling from the South West you would arrive via the M5, and from the north either the M5/M6 or M42.

If you are coming to the Cotswolds from Wales using the A40 and the M4 and the same road from London and the south-east but in the opposite direction.

By Train

The Cotswolds are easy to reach by train with main line services from London Paddington, the Midlands, and North as well as the South West of England, it is such a large area so check the National Rail website for the best route.

By Bus

National Express runs regular services to the area the main stations being Cheltenham, Stroud and Gloucester. There are also several coaches daily from London Victoria and Birmingham.
Once you arrive there are several local bus services linking villages and towns throughout the region.

Activities & Places To Visit

Whether you are staying at a hot tub lodge in the Cotswolds as a couple or with friends and family you will find something to enjoy in this diverse region; one of the prettiest in the UK.

The Slaughters

Don’t be out off by the name “The Slaughters” is made up of the two villages of Upper and Lower Slaughter and are the most picturesque villages you may ever see.

The name derives from the old English word “slohtre” which means mire, however, these days these pretty villages are the epitome of Cotswold charm and a must visit.

With an old flour mill, traditional country pub, idyllic cottages, delightful churches and pretty river walks a visit here is the perfect way to unwind.

Cotswold Water Park

With 150 Lakes covering 40 square miles, situated just south of Cirencester. This amazing park has an incredible array of outdoor activities, take a leisurely lakeside stroll, enjoy a bite to eat in one of the quintessential country inns, or indulge in a spot of birdwatching, there’s even a beach. Whatever your pleasure you will find it here, with activities on offer including;

  • Aerial adventures
  • Fishing
  • Archery
  • Paintballing
  • Horse-riding
  • Golf
  • Rally Driving
  • Sailing
  • Inflatable rides
  • Swimming
  • Water-skiing
  • Paddle-boarding
  • Windsurfing
  • Kayaking
  • Canoeing

Entry to the park is free, however the activities are run by different providers so prices vary, check out the “Things to Do” page on the website and follow the link for the ones you are interested in to check pricing information and to book.

Shakespeare’s Birthplace

Walk in the footsteps of the UK’s most famous writer and explore the home where he was born and grew up. Hear family tales and watch live theatre performances from the resident actors, while learning about the remarkable influence the great Bard still has on our lives today.

The house has been passed through generations and is now run by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and with a comprehensive programme of events, shows and exhibitions throughout the year plus a lovely gift shop, it offers a fascinating day out for al the family.

There are several other properties in the area which have close connections with Shakespeare including; Shakespeare's New Place, Anne Hathaway’s Cottage Hall Croft and Mary Arden’s Farm.

(Buying a combined ticket can save up to 60% on individual prices)

Shakespeare’s Birthplace Opening Times

  • Winter 2017/Spring 2018
    30 Oct - 11 Mar: 10am - 4pm
  • Spring/Summer/Autumn 2018
    12 Mar - 28 Oct: 9am-5pm

Ticket Prices

  • Adult: £17.50 (£15.75 online)
  • Child: £11.50 (£10.35 online)
  • Family: £46.50 (£41.85 online)
  • Concession: £16.50 (£14.85 online)

Places to eat and drink in the Cotswolds

The Cotswolds is a haven for foodies not only because of the quality of restaurants in the region, but also for the vast array of produce on offer.

Farmers’ markets take place in many of the towns and villages. Selling the world renowned Double Cheese, Tewkesbury mustard, the Cotswolds even has its own gin made in Stourton. Why not pick up some local produce to take back to your Cotswolds hot tub property or make up a picnic to enjoy in the stunning countryside?

You will be sure to find a lovely cafe, restaurant or gastropub when you are out and about and there is a happy sprinkling of Michelin stars too such as the Le Champignon Sauvage in Cheltenham where you will pay around £70 for a 3 course A-la-Carte meal.

Ceiling beams, log fires, leather armchairs and exposed Cotswold stone, this region has country pubs a plenty where you can enjoy a spot of lunch or drink in a cosy welcoming atmosphere.

Visit the oldest inn in the UK; The Porch House at Stow-on-the-Wold which dates back to 947AD or relax with a glass of something chilled in the pretty garden of the historic Fountain Inn which is a peaceful oasis in the centre of Gloucester.

Last Thoughts

The Cotswolds is the ideal destination for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life yet close to plenty of thrilling activities and attractions, from historic country houses, elegant restaurants and picture postcard villages the Cotswolds is truly stunning and deserves its reputation as one of the best places for a hot tub retreat.

Enjoy a day at Cheltenham racecourse, visit the enchanting model village at Bouton-on-the-water or take a walk on the wild side at the Cotswold Wildlife Park, you will be spoiled for choice but one thing for certain you will make memories that will last a lifetime.

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