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Luxury Log Cabins in Bournemouth with Private Hot Tubs

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The most popular hot tub holidays in Bournemouth.

7 miles of beaches, Victorian architecture, family attractions and a vibrant nightlife are just some of the reasons Bournemouth attracts over 7 million visitors a year. Staying at a hot tub property near Bournemouth gives guests the best of both worlds not only can they relax in some of the prettiest countryside in England they also have access to a seemingly endless array of water-sports, historic sites and the stunning Jurassic coast.

Recommended Hot Tub Breaks in Bournemouth

  • Wareham Forest Lodge Retreat

    Holton Heath , Dorset / Sleeps 2

    • hot tub
    • wi-fi
    • Flatscreen TV
    • Non smoking

    Explore the 14 miles of Wareham Forest on your doorstep or take a trip to Poole, Bournemouth or Swanage for a fun day out with the kids!

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  • Swanage Coastal Park

    Swanage / Sleeps 4

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

    Just a mile from the popular town of Swanage, it's an ideal base to explore east Devon and Dorset. Enjoy seaside resorts of Weymouth or Bournemouth for the day.

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  • Peckmoor Farm Lodges

    Crewkerne , Dorset / Sleeps 2

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • Wood burning stove
    • Open plan

    Set within 350 acres of rolling countryside, head out and discover the famous Jurassic Coast or visit the quaint towns of Chard, Bridport & Yeovil.

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  • Swandown Lodges

    Cricket St Thomas / Sleeps 4

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • wi-fi
    • Sauna/Steam room

    These contemporary styled lodges are located on the Cricket St. Thomas estate near the border of Dorset and Somerset with a stylish 18 hole golf course next door. Considered one of the nicest spots in the UK.

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  • Merley Woodland Park

    Wimborne / Sleeps 4

    • hot tub
    • wi-fi
    • Heated outdoor pool
    • Onsite shop

    Located just a short drive away from the beautiful coastal city of Bournemouth, these lodges have various offers and are located in 5 acres of private woodland offering plenty of nature routes.

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About Holidays In Bournemouth

With some of the best weather in the UK, Bournemouth offers so much to see and do that the whole family will be kept happy and entertained whatever the time of year.

How to get there

By Car
Getting to Bournemouth is a breeze it is easily accessible from all parts of the UK and if travelling by car can be approached via the A338 (Wessex Way) from the North and East or the A35 from the South and West.
If you are driving from London, the direct route is the M3, then the M27 and finally the A338 which takes you right into the town.
There are plenty of car parks in Bournemouth but like any seaside resort it gets busy during the summer months.
One of the best places to park is the Bournemouth International Centre which has 650 spaces and costs £10 a day for up to 6 hours. You can find more information on car parks in Bournemouth here.

By Train
Bournemouth is accessible from all parts of the country by train (check with national rail to find the best route) There are direct services running to and from London Waterloo which takes around 2 hours and regular trains to Weymouth,

By Bus
Both National Express and the Megabus run regular services to Bournemouth from all over the UK and once you arrive there are 2 local bus companies yellow bus and more bus which make travelling around the town and surrounding area hassle-free.

Things to do in Bournemouth

Visitors staying in properties near Bournemouth have everything they could wish for a memorable break; spectacular countryside dotted with idyllic villages to explore, magnificent beaches, a vast array of water-sports and attractions for all the family to enjoy.

Bournemouth Pier

A “must visit” for families staying, this Victorian pier has something for all ages, including Rockreef Indoor Activity Centre, this all-weather attraction boasts an incredible 28 climbing walls for all ages and abilities, an aerial obstacle course, and indoor cave experience. It is also home to the world’s first pier to shore zip wire yes you can really zoom 250 metres across the waves to the beach.

A full programme of shows and events at the Pier Theatre, beach shop and some lovely places to eat make this lovely pier fun for the whole family.

1. Water-sports

1. Water-sports

This seaside town is a veritable paradise for water-sport enthusiasts and those wanting to give it a go and try something new. There are numerous events throughout the year such as Thundercat races, sailing regattas, swimming races and surfing competitions to name a few, so even if you don’t want to get wet you can enjoy watching others.

Popular Water-sports on offer include;

  • Surfing
  • Sea Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Jet-skiing
  • Paddle-boarding
  • Snorkelling
  • Kite surfing
  • Wind-surfing
  • Water-skiing.
2. Places to eat and drink in Bournemouth

2. Places to eat and drink in Bournemouth

Bournemouth is renowned for its cosmopolitan restaurants, of course the freshest seafood is always on the menu but there is a huge choice when it comes to cuisine here;

There are several chic cafés in Bournemouth ideal for sitting and watching the world go by One of the best is Boscanova with its bohemian ambiance, freshly roasted coffee and veggie-friendly food.

Frieda’s Tea Room is another café popular with visitors; great the kids the traditional tearoom is welcoming and serves delicious freshly baked cakes.

Of course, as with any respectable seaside town there are several superb fish and chip shops, but Bournemouth can also boast some fine dining establishments including The Arbor; located in an eco-friendly hotel expect to pay around £20 for lunch and between £23-£40 for an A-la-Carte meal in the evening.

With pubs and bars a plenty you will never go thirsty and wherever you go you will receive a warm welcome.

3. Nightlife

3. Nightlife

The fun doesn’t stop when the sun goes down either, you will have the opportunity to experience some fantastic nightlife; live music, clubs, late-night cafés, cocktail bars this town really comes alive in the evenings, perfect if you are celebrating a special occasion.

4. Something a bit different

4. Something a bit different

If you fancy doing something a bit out of the ordinary during your stay, why not visit the Tank Museum at Wareham?

Popular Water-sports on offer include;

  • Adult £13
  • Child £8.50
  • Family (2 + 2) £36.


The Final Word

Located in one of the most scenic parts of the country, Bournemouth has something for everyone whether you are visiting with friends, enjoying a romantic break with your loved one or having a fun-packed family holiday.

Spend the day topping up your tan on the beach, enjoying the adrenaline rush of the many water-sports within easy reach or watching the rare red squirrels and wildlife on Brownsea Island.

With plenty of places to eat there will always be something to tickle your taste-buds and if you fancy a night out you will be spoiled for choice. No wonder lodges with hot tubs in Bournemouth are so popular.

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