The Top Lodges with Hot Tubs near Brighton

Find the most popular Log Cabins in Brighton. Relax, Rest, Enjoy!

Brighton – Buzzing, Bohemian, Brilliant

With so much going on all year round in this hip and happening seaside resort, you’ll never be stuck for something to do, whether you are enjoying a holiday with family, short break with friends or romantic retreat.

Crowhurst Park Lodges
Battle, East Sussex

Nestled in the heart of the pretty Sussex countryside, yet only five miles from the sea these Scandinavian-style pine lodges are ideal for a relaxing family holiday or romantic break at any time of the year.

Boasting two or three bedrooms these exceptional holiday homes have been individually designed with the emphasis on style and comfort, contemporary kitchens and bathrooms complement the chic open-plan living areas.

Bed linen is provided and there is a flat-screen TV with Freeview. Outside you there is a secluded veranda with outdoor furniture ideal for alfresco living and a bubbling hot tub the perfect spot to unwind.

The park boasts a huge range of facilities including a superb swimming pool, leisure complex with well-equipped gym, a children's adventure play area, tennis court, fishing pond. In the 17th century manor house you will a bars, restaurant and family areas,

Ideally situated to explore the South Downs National Park, there are regular trains to the Capital from Battle and both Eastbourne and Brighton are less than 30 miles away. 

Golden Cross Lodges
Chiddingly, Nr Eastbourne, East Sussex

This lovely rural park in the pretty village of Chiddingly is ideally located for those searching for a relaxing family break or romantic hideaway while being conveniently close to the wonderful attractions East Sussex has to offer.

These deluxe lodges are bright and airy, finished to a high standard with quality fixtures and fittings, all have a spacious outdoor area with secluded outdoor hot tub, so you can relax in the warm bubbles after a busy day exploring.

There is a bus stop right outside the park and a local shop to stock up on essentials. Nearby the historic town of Hailsham offers a good selection of shops and restaurants and takeaways. There are also several local country inns nearby providing local ales, delicious pub grub and live music.

The elegant seaside town of Eastbourne with its promenade, pier and superb beaches, the South Downs National Park with its stunning views and scenic walks and vibrant Brighton, are all within driving distance along with a wealth of quaint villages, golf courses and secluded coves.

Jaybelle Grange Lodges
Littlehampton, West Sussex

This exclusive collection of contemporary log cabins is situated close to the ancient town of Arundel with its impressive castle and the glorious Blue Flag beaches of Littlehampton, making it a popular hot tub holiday destination.

The accommodation is equipped with everything you need for a relaxing break with modern décor, tastefully decorated bedrooms, contemporary kitchen and spacious living area ideal for family night’s in.

Outside you will find a lovely decked area with garden furniture and indulgent hot tub Just imagine sinking into the warm bubbles with a glass of wine after a day exploring the stunning surrounding countryside, which is a haven for cyclists and walkers.

Nearby Littlehampton has a fine selection of shops, restaurants and no less than 2 award-winning beaches while for sightseeing, shops and local attractions the nearby towns of Eastbourne, Brighton, and Hove are all within driving distance.

If you are looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of modern-day living head to Jaybelle Grange lodges; a tranquil retreat in beautiful surroundings either for a relaxing family holiday or romantic hot tub break.


The go-to place for fun in the sun, Brighton boasts some of the warmest weather in the UK, iconic landmarks, a beautiful beach and fabulous attractions for all the family. Festivals, events and thriving arts community make this charming city ideal for a short hot tub break throughout the year.

How to get there

It’s easy to get around Glasgow either by foot, public transport or bicycle and with fantastic transport links it’s easy to get here too.

By Car
Getting to Brighton is easy – The journey from London takes about an hour and a half and is just 50 miles just take the A23/m23 and head south.
If you are coming to Brighton from either the East or West travel on the A27.

By Train
The quickest way to get to Brighton from other UK cities is by train. Less than an hour from London there are regular direct services from London Victoria, London Bridge and St Pancras.
Check out Trainline for the best route, prices and to book tickets, booking in advance will ensure significant savings.
The main train operators to Brighton are Thameslink and Southern Railway. All services arrive at the mainline station on Queens Road from which you can walk to the centre in about 10 minutes. Alternatively, there are taxis at the front of the main entrance.

By Bus
Coaches are the most cost-effective way of getting to Brighton from just about anywhere in the UK or even Europe. Although they take longer than the train they are a comfortable and cheap solution. Both National Express and Megabus provide coaches from most UK cities.
There are also regular coaches from the 3 main London Airports of Stansted, Gatwick and Heathrow, so if you can book a cheap flight to one of these it can get you there much quicker.

Things to do in Brighton

If you are staying at a hot tub lodge near Brighton you will find a vast array of attractions, great nightlife and wealth of things to do whether you are on a family holiday, romantic break or get-together with friends.

Places to eat and drink in Brighton

From ice-cream, parlours to fancy restaurants Brighton is bursting at the seams with a variety of traditional, contemporary and international culinary delights from around the globe.

Home to a host of food and drink related events throughout the year including the UK’s largest food festival which takes place every May and August Brighton is a haven for foodies.

Looking for a great gastropub? The Coach House in the Laines has a lovely courtyard for al fresco dining and a toasty real fire for cosy winter nights. Want some entertainment? Head to Mrs Fitzherbert’s which has regular live music and fantastic steaks. Fancy a cocktail? The Plotting Parlour which is located off the Old Steine is regularly mentioned as one of the best bars in the country.

Brighton is home to the world’s first zero waste restaurant, a host of excellent vegetarian eateries and plenty of fast food places so whether you fancy a curry, a pint and burger, or a sweet treat you will be spoiled for choice in the South Coasts culinary capital.

The Royal Pavilion

This exotic palace in the heart of Brighton is one of the most stunning and opulent buildings in the Uk. Completed in 1823 it is built in an Indian style and a must visit for those staying at hot tub lodges and cottages in Brighton.

Housing an incredible collection of regency furniture and works of art some on loan from Queen Elizabeth II, this sumptuous Palace is unlike any other.

Visit the Great Kitchen with its display of 19th century equipment and unique palm pillars. The magnificent Banqueting room with 30ft high chandelier, hanging from the claws of a silver dragon it weighs 1 tonne.

Learn about the life of the servants below stairs, how the pavilion was used as a hospital for Indian troops during the first world war and take a leisurely stroll through the spectacular Regency-style gardens or enjoy a cup of tea in The Royal Pavilion Tearoom, with its glorious balcony

Opening Times
October to March 10am–5.15pm
April to September 9.30am–5.45pm
(Closed Christmas Day & Boxing Day)

Adult £13.00
Child (5-15) £7.50
Family tickets
2 adults with up to 2 children £33.50
1 adult with up to 2 children £20.50
Concessions (ID required)
Senior Citizens/Disabled/Student/Unemployed £11.50 (ID required)

(Note that these prices are for admission at the entrance savings of 10% can be made by booking online)

Brighton Pier

The world-famous Pier is the south east’s most popular attraction with over 4 million visitors a year. With rides for all ages visitors are guaranteed a fun day out at this iconic seaside landmark.

There are plenty of stomach-churning rides such as the Turbo Roller Coaster along with old favourites like the “Cups and Saucers” to keep the family entertained plus traditional seaside amusement arcades and sideshows.

The pier also has several eateries for all tastes and budgets, doughnut kiosks, candyfloss stalls, restaurants and bars. Why not enjoy fish and chips while admiring the breath-taking coastal views?

The pier is home to a huge indoor soft-play area for the kids and a variety of events all year round including music and food festivals, live entertainment and a Christmas market so whatever the weather there is always something to keep everyone entertained.

  • Open Daily (except Christmas Day) 
  • Admission is free, but you will need a wristband for the rides 
  • Adult (1.2 metres and over) £20.00 
  • Junior (below 1.2 metres inc; soft-play) £12.00 
  • You can save 25% by purchasing your tickets in advance online 

British Airways i360

Experience awe-inspiring 360° views from the tallest moving observation tower in the world designed by the creators of the London Eye.

In the space-age glass viewing pod, you can enjoy spectacular views across miles of coastline, Brighton and the South Downs and on clear days the Isle of Wight.

Enjoy a drink at the most unique bar in the UK Nyetimber, or at beach level have a bite to eat at the elegant West Beach Bar & Kitchen with incredible sea views and spacious terrace serving meals created from the freshest local produce including a delicious seafood platter for £11.50.

Afternoon tea can be taken in the West Pier Tea Room, which is housed in a reproduction tollbooth from the historic and now derelict West Pier which was built in 1866 and visitors can also shop for a unique gift made by local artists and artisan craftspeople in the British Airways i360 shop.

Opening times
These vary throughout the year, but flights usually take place every 30 minutes and last approximately 25 minutes (arrive 20 mins early to go through security)


  • •Adult (16+ years): £16.00 / £14.40 advance
  • •Senior 60+ / Student: £13.50 / £12.15 advance
  • •Child (4-15 years – under 4s go free): £8.00 / £7.20 advance
    Under 13s must be accompanied by an Adult

You can also book special flights which include, brunch, lunch or afternoon tea (prices vary)

Other Attractions in Brighton include

Ghost Walks

Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sat 7.30pm leaving from the Druids Head pub and lasting 70 minutes

Adult £8.00
Child £4.00
Concession £5.00
Family Ticket £20.00

Brighton Museum & Art Gallery

Adult £5.20
Child £3.00
Concession £4.20

Brighton Food Tours

Operating every Friday & Saturday April-October 11.00am-2.00pm

£40 including all food and drink tasting + discount vouchers for participating establishments 

The Final Word

Brighton is a small city with a huge personality between its gorgeous beach, family friendly pier, quirky shops, and around 365 pubs (yes really) there is one word to describe this resort and that’s fun.

Enjoy fantastic views, check out the marine life at the Sea Life Centre or explore the lush Sussex countryside. Whichever way you spend your days you are guaranteed a holiday to remember and memories that will last a lifetime.

Brighton boast numerous events and festivals throughout the year including the Brighton and Pink Fringe, check out the live shows and comedy nights at Komedia; a great night out and for those staying at hot tub lodges near Brighton during August don’t miss the rainbow coloured Gay Pride Parade the UK’s finest.

Whatever time of year you visit you are guaranteed a warm welcome in Brighton 

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