• Outdoor hot tub
  • Flat-screen TV
  • Freeview, DVD/CD
  • Nintendo Wii
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Infrared sauna
  • Beauty treatments
  • Wi-Fi
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Indoor heated pool
  • Sauna, steam room
  • Gym
Castle Pren Lodges
  • Complimentary welcoming pack
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Freeview TV with DVD
  • A games console

 
 

Belan Bach Lodges
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Group bookings allowed, but subject to certain restrictions
  • Bath/shower options
  • Babies need to be included in the total number of people booked
Heartsease Lodges/50 Pet Friendly
  • Outdoor hot tubs
  • Free sat flat screen TV/DVD/CD
  • Kitchen with; Washing machine, tumble dryer, microwave, fridge and a dishwasher
  • No smoking
Pantglass Lodges/50 Cheapest
  • Outdoor hot tub in some lodges
  • Freeview flat screen TV/DVD
  • Beds with; linens, duvets, towels all which are prepared before you arrive.
  • Kitchens with; microwave, fridge and dishwasher
Bron Eifion Lodges/50 Pet Friendly
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • TV and DVD player
  • Kitchens equipped with; washing machine, microwave and a refrigerator
  • Disability access in the lodges
Heronstone Lodges/50 Cheapest
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • No smoking policy in the lodges
  • Central air conditioning
  • Freeview TV and DVD
Pantglass Lodges/50 Cheapest
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Freeview flat screen TV
  • Kitchen with; dishwasher, microwave, fridge and washing machine
  • Bath/shower options
Castle Pren Lodges/50 cheapest
  • A restaurant and a golf clubhouse
  • Golf packages
  • 9-hole golf course
  • Children’s adventure area
Pantglass Lodges/50 Cheapest
  • Gym
  • Children’s play area
  • Wi-Fi access
  • Tennis courts
Pantglass Lodges/50 Cheapest
  • Open plan kitchen
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Pets are allowed
  • Views of the Elan Valley
Bron Eifion Lodges/50 Pet Friendly
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Satellite TV wit DVD player
  • Pets are allowed
  • Veranda with garden furniture
Pantglass Lodges/50 Cheapest
  • Pets allowed at £45 each
  • Kitchen with fridge and a microwave
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Freeview TV/DVD
Pantglass Lodges/50 Cheapest
  • Country club with restaurant
  • Steam room, spa and sauna
  • Indoor heated pool
  • Sports hall
Pantglass Lodges/50 Cheapest
  • Barbecue
  • Double glazed central heating
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Freeview TV/DVD
Pantglass Lodges/50 Cheapest
  • 18-hole golf course
  • Flat screen TV and DVD
  • Deck with furniture
  • Penrhos Grill
Pantglass Lodges/50 Cheapest
  • Outdoor heated pool and spa bath
  • Fishing
  • Tennis
  • Woodland walks

Relax in your own Welsh Hot Tub Lodge!

When it comes to lodges with hot tubs Wales has grown hugely in recent years and now rivals top holiday destinations in England as one of the best places to stay when it comes to accommodation that includes luxuries like a onsite jacuzzi.

A few years ago there weren’t many private lodges that had such facilities. Now there are lots of superb lodge cabins with hot tubs throughout Wales that offer early booking discounts and low deposit deals.

Whatever you’re looking for its available whether it be pet friendly lodges so the dog can go, or you’re after a place to stay on New Year’s Eve, Wales now has an enormous choice.

Small secluded lodges are popular with couples and because they usually only sleep 2 the prices are reasonable.

Most of the lodges sleep 4-8 and bigger luxury lodges are always a bit more expensive.

About Wales

Throughout our many stays in Wales we have found the most breath taking sceneries and the most beautiful beaches. No matter if you stay in North or South Wales there is always something for everybody, from exploring Snowdonia to walking along the Pembrokshire beaches. 

If your looking at more of a city break then Hot Tub Hideaway recommends Swansea and Cardiff both jam packed with things to keep you busy before going back to relax in your luxury Lodge. Wales is packed with smaller towns and country villages again packed with actives for all the family whether it be an Adrenalin seeking, historical research or wildlife spotting Wales has it all and more.

You Can Now Book Luxury Lodges in "Wales" For As Little As £25 Deposit!

To ensure you get the best prices it's important to book early. Lodge owners love a full diary, but as they fill up, the prices shoot up. Get the best early booking discounts at Hoseasons.

Things To Do And Places To Visit In Wales

Snowdonia

Snowdonia is the the park that surrounds Mount Snowdon. Here you will be able to find a lot of the best scenery that Wales has to offer. You can go ahead and walk up the mountain itself, which is the biggest in Wales. You can also go ahead and find some of the rambles that surround the countryside. There is a circular walk that you can take, which last for two hours, going from Capel Garmonn. It will take you through the rolling countryside then to a burial chamber from Neolithic times. Then you’ll pass through the River Conwy. You will also be able to view the spectacular peaks of Snowdonia which is a great experience in itself because you will not be able to find a more beautiful view anywhere.

Portmeirion

Portmeirion is a Welsh village that was used in the TV series ‘The Prisoner’. It is not really an average village, which makes the visit worthwhile. It was Sir Clough Williams-Eliis who first conceived it back somewhere around the 1920s. It is a representation of his fantasy village of classical and Italian themes in the Meditteranean. It was transplanted then to a peninsula on the northwest coast of Wales. You will really feel like you have stepped into a different world once you’ve entered. The buildings are all painted in pastel and you’ll see that the windows are shuttered. There is a grand piazza and it is surrounded by gardens and woodlands where you can find tons of exotic plants.

Gower Peninsula

You can find the Gower Peninsula at the west side of Swansea. It is a woolly and very wide area that is just spectacular. It has soaring cliffs and a lot of beautiful beaches. It’s a great place for surfing too because of the rolling in of Atlantic breakers. You can find surfing trainers and schools along Caswell Bay and Llangennith. Based on your experience and preference with surfing, you can choose which of the beaches suits your needs. You can find ones that are good at mid tide and others are better at high tide.

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King Arthur’s Labyrinth

Located at the Corris craft centre, King Arthur’s Labyrinth is a place full of adventure and mysterious attractions. You will enjoy a guided underground boat ride through the labyrinth as you explore the mythical tale of King Arthur.

Dragon Trails

A fantastic chance to experience a range of walking holidays through the stunning Welsh countryside. This amazing opportunity provides outstanding access to some of the best trails and views the country has to offer.

Salta Tours

If you have a large itinerary when looking to go away, then travel companies are becoming more and more popular. Salta Tours offer a comprehensive arrangement of all your needs, all whilst staying behind the scenes.

The Great Little Trains of Wales

One of the best ways to explore the magnificent Welsh countryside is to travel by steam on the narrow gauge railway. The Great Little Trains website offers all the information you need to experience a bygone era and spectacular scenery.

uksouthwest.net

A fantastic range of picturesque scenery from the southwest of the UK. This includes historic landmarks, golden beaches and vast countryside offering spectacular views.

llangrannog.org.uk

"Located right on the Welsh seaside, this small coastal town has a lot to offer anyone looking to visit.
With idyllic scenery and tranquil surroundings, it is the perfect place to stay if you’re looking for a rural retreat or an escape from the city."

 Beaumaris Castle

Beaumaris Castle is a military castle masterpiece, built by King Edward.  It was supposed to discourage the Welsh rebellion. It took 35 years to be built and was worked on by 3500 men. Unfortunately, it was not finished because the funds had simply ran out. It is set overlooking the Menai Strait and has a backdrop of the mountains. The view is amazing, and the fact that it is unfinished even adds to its beauty.

Places-to-visit-in-walesMillennium Centre

The Millennium Centre is part of the Cardiff Bay area. It opened back in 2004 and is a majestic venue. The front has a monumental inscription that was made out of glass that was cut multi-coloured slate. Then when you go inside, you’ll see the public areas that are all very brightly lit. The main auditorium can also be found inside. The Millennium Centre is the National Opera’s home. During summer, you will find Connie Fisher serenading you with The Sound Of Music. Outside, you will find a number of restaurants, bars and cafes where you can go after or even before you go in to watch the show.

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