Breaks on the Cornish Coast: Find Luxury Hideaways with Hot Tubs in Cornwall
The most popular Cornish Cottages & Lodges. Relax, Rest, Enjoy!
For many, this is the UK's premier holiday destination; famous for its mild weather, pristine beaches, idyllic villages and a host of tourist attractions no wonder there are a huge array of cottages, log cabins and lodges with hot tubs in Cornwall.
The best way to enjoy all that this beautiful, county has to offer, is to book a holiday cottage with a hot tub in Cornwall, not only will this give you all the comforts of home, but a perfect base from which to explore.
Whether you are celebrating an anniversary, enjoying a romantic weekend break for two or a full-on family get together you will be sure to find the right accommodation and what could be a better end to a day on the beach, sightseeing or participating in one of the many activities Cornwall boasts, than relaxing in your secluded Jacuzzi, with or without a glass of bubbly gazing at the stars.
Steeped in history, with outstanding scenery Cornwall has something for everyone from 7-70 and once you have experienced its diversity you will want to return again and again.
Luxury Lodges & Cottages near the Coast
Check out the best hot tub cottages and Cornwall log cabins; 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 really does restore the soul!
Perranporth, North Cornwall
This North Cornwall beach resort is the perfect hot tub holiday, ideal for couples all year round. It has open plan living, up to two bedrooms and can sleep up to 4 people per lodge. So, relax after a long day in your private tub.
Piran Meadows Resort
Newquay, North Cornwall
This holiday resort offers family friendly properties, up to 6 bedrooms sleeping 9, located in North Cornwall near Newquay, Britain’s surf capital. Making Piran Meadows Resort a top choice.
Kilkhampton, Bude, North Cornwall
Up to 4 bedrooms, sleeps 9. Including holiday cottages, chalets and bungalow. This Sandymouth holiday resort is the perfect family hot tub accommodation, located in Bude, North Cornwall. Prices vary starting at £85 per week.
Hengar Manor Park
St Tudy, Bodmin, North Cornwall
With 18 holiday properties ranging from 1-4 bedrooms in the idyllic countryside of North Cornwall near sandy beaches and dog walking nature trails. Prices vary so click the link for more information.
Mullion Cove Retreat
Mullion Cove, Helston
Located in South Cornwall, these secluded lodges with heated tubs under the night sky, are a perfect Cornwall coast holiday. They sleep up to 8 people with 4 bedrooms per property. Prices vary from £408 - £2465 per week.
Tintagel, North Cornwall
Bossiney Bay is a 5 star holiday park with properties that have large open plan living, spacious bathrooms and sleep up to 6 people. Prices vary for this North Cornwall complex, starting from £259 up to £1329 per week.
Launceston, Nr Bude, North Cornwall
Near Bude, these range of properties have everything you need to enjoy a popular cove holiday in North Cornwall. Has up to 2 bedrooms that can sleep up to 4 people. Superb for walking and enjoying a range of local events in the area.
Praze-An-Beeble Nr. Camborne
This estate in South Cornwall has a large range of properties to choose from. The open plan kitchens, spacious bathrooms and beautiful bedrooms make it a popular choice among families when booking. It can sleep up to 8 people with 3 bedrooms.
Caddy’s Corner Lodges
Carnmenellis, South Cornwall
These range of properties are extremely popular due to the large kitchens, elegant interior designs and flexibility when booking. This makes it a perfect cottage holiday on the West Cornwall coastline.
Lakeview Country Club
Lanivet, Nr Bodmin, North Cornwall
These are the perfect bungalows in North Cornwall, the properties are very popular and offer stunning rooms, plus they are beautifully set in the idyllic countryside near Lanhydrock and Cardinham Woods.
River Valley Country Park
Relubbus, Penzance, South Cornwall
River Valley is a park that is situated in Penzance close to the Cornish coastline. It offer spectacular views and private heated tubs for you to enjoy. It sleeps up to 6 people with at least 3 bedrooms. Prices vary from £224 - £1135 per week.
Meadow Lakes Holiday
Nr St Austell, South Cornwall
Near St Austell, these Cornwall cottages and bungalows offer the perfect escape all with hot tubs for you to enjoy after a long day of walking, exploring and experiencing the magical views on offer.
Or maybe you prefer a luxury holiday cottage
Advent near Camelford, Cornwall
Lanivet near Bodmin, Cornwall
About Holidays in Cornwall
Cornwall's extensive coastline gives it one of the most dramatic and beautiful landscapes in the UK. Over a third of this majestic county is designated as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and with windswept moorland, atmospheric cliffs, valleys, rivers and stunning beaches there is so much to see.
Cornwall has an influential art scene, there are a number of galleries dotted throughout the towns and villages with St Ives, Falmouth and Newlyn being popular destinations for art lovers but the whole of the county is a hotbed of arts and crafts.
The south west also boasts a thriving food scene of course there is the Cornish Pasty and cream tea but there are several cookery schools a host of award-winning local produce and some excellent restaurants cementing Cornwall’s position on the culinary map.
Activities and Must-see Sights in Cornwall
There are lots of things that make this beautiful county special the bustling fishing villages, beaches to rival the best in Europe, rugged moorland and a plethora of outdoor activities.
Cornwall is a haven for water sports enthusiasts with sailing, canoeing, paddle-boarding and of course surfing being extremely popular.
Food lovers will enjoy the fine eating establishments and of course the Cornish pasty and cream teas, while nature lovers will be delighted with the abundance of wildlife.
Below are some attractions we feel you won’t want to miss while staying at a hot tub lodge in Cornwall.
Touted by some, as the eighth wonder of the world this incredible venture has become world famous since its completion in 2001.
With multiple biomes covering an area the size of thirty football pitches it takes you from the sights, smells and of course plants of a tropical jungle to the olive groves and lemon trees in the Mediterranean glasshouse with almost 2 million plants from all over the world.
Kids and adults alike will love the seasonal activities and thrill-seekers can enjoy England’s fastest and longest zip-wire, the country’s first 360 swing or 25 metre freefall.
On the south coast between Seaton and Looe you will find Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary which has been rescuing different species of Monkey for over 50 years. The UK's only primate charity a visit here will be a fun and educational way to spend an afternoon.
Experienced keepers give talks about these lovely and fascinating animals who have not had the greatest start in life and explain how they are cared for on a daily basis. Home to more than just monkeys visitors can find out about Cornish beasties such as bats and bugs in the Wildlife room and beautiful gardens.
Blue Reef Aquarium
Perfect for days when the British weather interferes with your plans this Newquay Aquarium provides fun for all the family. With over 40 different displays including a giant Pacific Octopus this underwater adventure takes you on a fishy journey around the world.
Walk through the amazing underwater tunnel where you will see angelfish, wrasse, black tip reef sharks and rays, explore the colourful corals or discover the fascinating crustaceans in the rockpools including a giant lobster.
With an excellent family-friendly café and marine gifts galore in the shop Blue Reef Aquarium is a must-visit for families staying at luxury lodges in Cornwall.
A medieval fortification thought to have been built in the 13th century and believed to be the birth-place of King Arthur.
Situated among idyllic scenery and steeped in mystery, see a fascinating exhibition of artefacts found onsite along with amazing book sculptures illustrating the castle’s literary links with the stories of King Arthur.
Step back in time to the Dark Ages as you meander through the remains of the 5th century settlement and explore nearby Merlin's Cave before enjoying a typically Cornish cream tea or delicious lunch at the stylish Beach Cafe.
Get up close and personal with the many species at Newquay Zoo. The only place in Cornwall where visitors can see lions the zoo also boasts colourful Toucans, mischievous Meerkats and a number of endangered species including the Red Panda.
As well as several unusual Animals such as the Visayan Warty Pig, the zoo also has a farm with more familiar creatures plus an amazing Tropical House where you can see various reptiles, poison dart frogs and beautiful and exotic birds from around the globe.
Exciting keeper talks as well face painting, fun activities, kid’s play area, maze and excellent café serving meals and snacks offer plenty to keep all ages entertained
This is a beautiful tidal island located in the sea. It is one of the 43 islands in Britain where you can actually walk to when the tide subsides.
Take a tour of the castle and sub-tropical gardens or have a bite to eat at the island café or Sail Loft Restaurant.
Kids will love the mysteries and legends surrounding this magical place follow the clues to find the hidden heart and see the well where the legendary giant fell to his death.
For bespoke gifts hand-crafted by local artists head to the Courtyard Shop while the Island Gift shop sells the more usual souvenirs like delicious Cornish Fudge.
A great day out with the whole family and best of all completely free enjoy a guided tour of the press house, distillery, cellars, museum and jam factory along with free samples of the tasty products.
Bring the kids they will love the tractor ride through the apple orchards, petting the resident farm animals and the free-roaming peacocks.
Enjoy a delicious cream tea in the traditional Tearoom or head to the restaurant for a hearty home-cooked meal made with locally produced ingredients before venturing out to the cobbled courtyard for a refreshing pint of cider.
The Last Word
Whether it is the sub-tropical climate, miles of golden sands, food, history or fantastic attractions which bring you to this unique corner of the UK you will not be disappointed, in fact many visitors find their first hot tub break in Cornwall is the beginning of a long love affair with the county.
Offering something for everyone couples can enjoy romantic walks along the coast, intimate meals for 2 and of course quality time spent together in their bubbling hot tub.
Families will enjoy the diverse range of days out and time spent on the incredible beaches while groups of friends will love the range of activities and vibrant nightlife in towns like Newquay. With lots of beaches that allow pets makes dog friendly cottages are smart choice here.
Make sure to bring your camera as this stunning county offers fantastic photo opportunities; dramatic sunsets, wildlife, picturesque harbours and memories with your loved ones that will last a lifetime.