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The most popular hot tub holidays in Weymouth.

Weymouth is a thriving seaside town with plenty of water sport activities and days out to enjoy. Try your hand at kayaking, surfing, sailing or canoeing and experience what the south west has to offer first hand.

Self Catering Hot Tub Breaks in Weymouth

Check out the best Weymouth lodges 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 Weymouth really does restore the soul!

  • Burnbake Forest Lodges

    Burnbake / Sleeps  4

    • hot tub
    • Gas & electricity included
    • Restaurant
    • Cot/highchair available

    These forest getaways on the stunning Dorset coast nestle in woodland and a beautiful country estate, giving a feeling of calm which adds to the hot tub luxury you can enjoy as part of a truly unique, romantic break.

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  • Sea View Lodge

    Portland, near Weymouth / Sleeps  8

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • garden
    • 4 bedrooms

    Based between Seaton & Lyme Regis, this large property lies within lovely woodland grounds with a beautiful sun room for you to enjoy the views.

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  • Guillemot Cottage

    Portland, near Weymouth / Sleeps  2-4

    • hot tub
    • 2 bedroom
    • Stone cottage
    • For 4 people

    Close to the Jurassic Coastline, this seaside cottage is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy walking, cycling and watersports.

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  • Tokenhill Cottage

    Piddletrenthide, near Dorchester / Sleeps  6

    • hot tub
    • garden
    • Countryside setting
    • On working farm

    Close to Dorchester, this spacious cottage is located on a working farm with superb countryside views for you to enjoy from your private garden.

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  • Lloyds Cottage

    Eaton / Sleeps  6

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • garden
    • Romantic

    For luxury lodges with and cosy cabins with bubbling hot tubs, look no further than Lodges With Hot Tubs. We believe that everyone should be able to enjoy a break from the everyday bustle now and then.

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About Holidays In Weymouth

With its pretty harbour, stunning beach and wealth of attractions for all tastes and budgets Weymouth is ideal for families and couples looking for all the fun of the seaside on their hot tub escape.

How to get there

It’s simple to get to Weymouth even though Dorset is only one of the 5 counties in the UK which doesn’t have a motorway; we said it was rural!

By Car
If you are coming from London and the surrounding areas; head for Southampton then Ringwood, Dorchester and finally follow the signs for Weymouth it will take around 3 hours
From the Midlands and north, follow the M5 towards Bristol then follow signs to Taunton, Yeovil, Dorchester and finally take the A354 to Weymouth
From the south-west; follow the M5 to Taunton then head towards Yeovil where the A37 continues to Dorchester and again the A354 onwards to Weymouth
Once you arrive, there is a range well signposted long and short stay car parks or alternatively take advantage of the park and ride facility.

By Train
Both South West Trains and the Great Western Railway run regular services to Weymouth with direct routes to both London Waterloo and Bristol. Check out Trainline for the best route, information, times and tickets, booking well in advance is the cheapest option.

By Bus
The First Bus Group offer services from Exeter, Bridport, Wareham, Poole, Axminster, to name just a few, the Jurassic Coaster services X51, X52, X53, X54, X55 & 501 run regularly and will drop you right in the town centre, making it easy to travel from your lodge near Weymouth.
Coming from further afield National Express offer a range of services from all over the country even Scotland.

Activities & Places To Visit

Weymouth has something for everyone and is well-worth a visit for those staying at lodges near the South Coast who want to experience traditional seaside frolics.

1. The Beach

1. The Beach

Weymouth Beach is a 3-mile stretch of golden sand a stone’s throw from the historic harbour and town centre with its excellent selection of shops and restaurants.

There's plenty of entertainment for all the family to enjoy on the Blue Flag beach, ranging from traditional attractions like donkey rides and sideshows such as Punch and Judy, to regular events; live music, free firework displays and beach volleyball championships.

Stroll along the mile-long esplanade where you will see the brightly coloured, iconic Jubilee Clock and the quintessential pier, have a game on the sands with your dog during the winter months, or simply lie in the sunshine and top up your tan on a summers day.

The views from Weymouth Beach are outstanding, stretching out across the horizon and taking in the dramatic Jurassic Coastline.

2. Places to eat and drink in Weymouth

2. Places to eat and drink in Weymouth

Dining out is part of any great holiday and allows visitors staying at a property with a private hot tub close to Weymouth the chance to experience Weymouth’s huge array of traditional pubs and excellent restaurants.

Guaranteed to delight even the most discerning palate, there’s something for all tastes and budgets. Whether you fancy a quaint Italian bistro, spicy Indian feast, Superb Seafood or you've a hankering for good old fish and chips enjoyed in an elegant restaurant with views over the picturesque harbour, Weymouth’s restaurants have it all.

Of course, alfresco dining is a must, when at the seaside; along with sampling fresh crab from the Crab House Café right on the beach there are many delightful eateries where you can sit and watch the world go by. Enjoy a romantic dinner for two at Al Mono where you will pay between £12-£24 for a main course or take the kids to one of the 2 McDonalds in the town.

Alternatively, if you fancy putting something simple together back at your holiday lodge. The monthly Farmers' Market offers an array of fresh local produce, including the renowned and delicious Blue Vinney Cheese.

The pubs and bars in Weymouth offer something for everyone from family-friendly establishments to late-night rock bars or alfresco drinking by the harbour.

3. SeaLife Weymouth

3. SeaLife Weymouth

A fantastic day out for the whole family, this all-weather attraction takes visitors on an incredible adventure above and below the ocean. Unravel the mysteries of the deep and discover a spectacular underwater world full of fascinating creatures.

Come face to face with sharks, visit the seahorse nursery and enjoy the hand-on rockpool experience, let the kids sun wild in the Caribbean Cove adventure playground, watch the otters play, marvel at the colourful clown fish swimming in the beautiful coral reef.

Daily talks and feeding demonstrations give an insight into the lives of these and hundreds of other remarkable creatures that live beneath the sea or on the shores.

Opening Times

  • 11.00am-4.00pm Daily


  • At the gate £23.50
  • Online – from £14.00
4. Sandworld Sculpture Park

4. Sandworld Sculpture Park

Kids and adults alike will love SandWorld. Founded by David Hicks a local businessman and Mark Anderson, the town’s resident, sand sculptor. SandWorld is a unique art gallery and must see for those staying in Weymouth.

With incredible life-sized works of art, made entirely out of sand and water by both Mark and visiting world sculptors.

The theme for 2018 is TV & Film and you will be able to see an enormous Star Wars scene, X-Factor characters, Game of Thrones, and various superheroes to name a few.

Once you have been inspired by the amazing creations, the fun bit starts; you get to have a go at sculpting your own sand masterpiece, and this fun park has all the tools you need and skilled staff to give you a hand.

There park is open from Easter onwards and showcases a monthly carving competition, fun events and quizzes, enjoy a picnic or bite to eat in the café before completing your day with a visit to the well-stocked gift shop.

5. Bennetts Water Gardens

5. Bennetts Water Gardens

Take a break from the seaside fun with a visit to the tranquil Bennetts Water Gardens which are situated on the edge of Chickerell, a small village on the outskirts of Weymouth.

The gardens are home to the National Plant Collection© of Water Lilies with a beautiful Monet style Bridge as the centrepiece. What was once a disused clay pit is now an oasis of peace and relaxation.

Take a camera as 140 different varieties of these stunning plants floating on acres of water is a breath-taking sight. Offering plenty of photo opportunities as well as a couple of hours of serenity.

Ticket Prices

  • Adult £9.25
  • Child (5-16) £4.00
  • Family Ticket £ 26.00.

Last Word

A charming seaside town which everyone will enjoy. Whatever your pleasure be it sailing, bingo, fine dining, golf, kayaking, fossil hunting or simply relaxing on the best beach in the UK as voted by TripAdvisor you will be well-catered for.

Spend your days doing exactly what you please, visit one of the many family-friendly attractions, have a go at some water-based activities or explore the stunning Jurassic Coast, there is so much to see, and do you will be spoiled for choice.

Bring the kids, the grandparents, even the dog and enjoy the holiday of a lifetime in a luxurious hot tub lodge near Weymouth.

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