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The most popular hot holidays in Kent.

Kent is one of the most popular hotspots for people after a Hot Tub break in England. It is a county in the south east and is one of the Home Counties. It shares borders with Greater London, East Sussex, Surrey, and Essex.

Self Catering Hot Tub Breaks in Kent

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

  • Brittons Hill Cottage

    Kenardington, near Ashford / Sleeps 2-6

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

    This incredible 350 year old thatched cottage is located just outside Ashford in a rural setting where you can enjoy a tranquil break.

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  • Foxhunter Park

    Monkton, Nr Ramsgate / Sleeps 2

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • wi-fi
    • Wood burner

    Near the seaside resort of Ramsgate, you have a range of beaches to choose from, as well as the popular towns of Whitstable & Broadstairs on your doorstep.

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  • Byre Cottages

    Canterbury / Sleeps 2

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

    A stunning property located close to the thriving city of Canterbury with a vast range of shops & restaurants. The seaside resorts of Whitstable & Ramsgate are also close by.

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  • Two Byre

    Stelling Minnis / Sleeps 2

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • garden
    • parking

    Perfect for a romantic stay, this secluded cottage outside of Canterbury provides a luxury escape your sure to remember.

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  • Spitfire Barn

    West Hougham near Dover / Sleeps 6

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

    This lovely detached barn conversion in West Hougham provides a rural escape whilst still being close enough to Folkestone & Dover for days out.

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ABOUT HOLIDAYS IN KENT

One of the main reasons that Kent is such a popular destination for those of you wanting a hot tub break in England is where it is located. Not only can it offer you a rich mix of culture and history to absorb yourself in, but it also strikes the perfect balance between rural countryside and beachside resorts. Being located in the South West of England it is spoilt by high temperatures and blue skies during the British summer.

Kent is also the gateway to Europe being home to the docks at Dover and also the Channel Tunnel which runs through to Calais in France. The mixture of all of these factors make Kent so popular for hot tub holidays as it literally has something for everyone, whether you’re a romantic couple wanting a hot tub lodge near to a golden sandy beach, a family wanting a quiet getaway or even if you’re a group of friends wanting a bit of fun in the South East of England, Kent is the perfect choice.

A popular destination within Kent is the Royal town of Tunbridge Wells, which has welcomed visitors for the last four centuries and sits in the heart of one of the Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty that the county is home to, known as the High Weald.

There is a Spa Valley Railway which also runs through this area with something new to experience via each station along the route. The wide range of places to visit in Kent make it perfect for those of you wanting to fill your day by learning about the counties rich culture and experiencing the natural beauty before returning to your lodge to have a soak in your hot tub and relax.

Hot Tub Features

White Cliffs of Dover

This is one of the most iconic cliff edges in the world and is usually the first site most boats and ships see when coming towards the UK. Located near Dover in Kent, the cliff face is popular amongst tourists and sits at over 350 feet from bottom to top.

This is also where Britain is closest to France and overlooks the Strait of Dover. This is also designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The cliffs sit under the authority of the Natural Trust and if you want to see the cliffs at their finest it’s advised to walk down the coastal path towards the South Foreland Lighthouse which presents you the best view you’ll be able to get.

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Leeds Castle

This is one of the most popular and iconic castles located in Kent in the south east of England. The castle is popular amongst tourists and has been around since its inception in 1119. Its main purpose was as a military post during the Norman Intrusions of England.

It was also the residence of King Henry VIII during the 16th Century. Referred to as the ‘loveliest castle in the world’ the Castle is set out over 500 acres of beautiful parkland and is a perfect day out for the entire family with an on-site maze, falconry displays and adventure playgrounds.

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Dreamland Margate

This amusement park is set near the beautiful coastline resort of Margate in Kent which boasts a golden sandy beach. The site has been around since 1880 but has not been in active use since 1920.

There are a total of 22 rides in the park and also plays host to concerts and gigs such as the one by Gorillaz Demon Day festival that was held on 10th June 2017. The amusement park is perfect for the whole family with the children being able to experience Octopuses Garden which is a soft play area perfect for children aged 8 or under.

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Botany Beach

This is also a popular beach located in Kent and is the most northern of seven bays located in Broadstairs. Similar to the white cliffs of Dover the landscape features chalk covered cliffs and is very popular amongst tourists who are visiting Kent on their hot tub holiday.

Activities that can be enjoyed whilst you’re at the beach include swimming, surfing and kayaking where you can feel you’re in safe hands with on-duty lifeguards being present. The perfect mixture of the smuggler caves and sandy beaches make it one of Kent’s best hidden secrets. These caves were once where smugglers would hide their sought after treasure intending to make the maze of passageways impossible for those wanting to recover it from them.

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St. Augustine’s Abbey

This world heritage site is located in Canterbury in Kent and dates back all the way to 598 AD. Initially functioning as a monastery until 1538 the site is now mainly used for educational purposes and is popular amongst tourists wanting to sink their teeth into the rich cultural history of the Abbey and Kent as a whole to discover something new.

The abbey was also a burial place for the Anglo Saxons kings of Kent during their rule. As well as the free audio tour with the advancements in technology you can now immerse yourself in a Virtual Reality experience making the it feel more real than ever allowing you to experience the abbey as it would have been during the 1500’s.

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Lullingstone Roman Villa

Kent is a county rich in Roman history and this attraction is no exception. This villa was constructed during the Roman occupation of Britain and was specifically constructed around 80-90 A.D. It is popular amongst visitors and tourists alike who want to learn a bit more about the cultural history of Kent and more about the Roman Occupation of Britain itself.

There are a range of artefacts to see when visiting the villa including two human skeletons. It is a perfect day out for the family with children being able to wear traditional roman costumes and there is also a light show that is on offer at the Villa which brings it all to life.

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Kent and East Sussex Railway

This is an historical private railway company that runs through both the counties of Kent and East Sussex. It was first opened nearly 120 years ago in 1990 and offers rides along the historical steam trains.

This particular attraction is popular amongst visitors, tourists and avid train spotters due to its historical significance.

Many historical steam trains run along this route and visitors if they’re lucky can experience a ride on these trains taking you back in time.

Kent is one of the biggest counties in England and is also one of the most popular when it comes to hot tub breaks. It has a diverse range of both stunning countryside and iconic cliffs, as well as being host to a range of famous seaside resorts that are treated to some of the best weather during the British summer. Each of the lodges we’ve looked at today come with a hot tub which is the perfect way to relax after exploring all that Kent has to offer. Some of these are also pet friendly meaning you can take the family pet along to make your hot tub break in Kent that extra bit special.

During the time you’re not in your lodge there are many activities and sights to experience in Kent all year round, whether this would be going to the amusement park at Margate or if you’re wanting to explore the history of the county you can visit the world famous Canterbury Cathedral, home of the Archbishop, or explore the Roman Villa’s that have been around for over 1500 years offering a thorough insight into the Roman Occupation. The white cliffs of Dover are probably one of the most iconic first glances at a country you can get and these are located in the county of Kent.