The wild beauty of the Lake District is best experienced up close and personal. Nestled among the craggy fells and serene lakes in a cosy cabin with a hot tub, you’ll have VIP access to the majesty of Cumbria’s famous national park. Open the front door of your snug retreat, pull on your hiking boots and head off for a day’s adventuring in the mountains, stopping to take in waterfalls, castles and picturesque villages along the way. If you’re feeling brave, throw in a bracing wild swim while you’re out. Find out more and book one of our cosy cabins with a hot tub in the Lake District.
Our selection of cabins in the Lake District are found in some of the most remote and beautiful parts of the national park. There’s no negotiating busy crowds on the pavement or being kept awake by noisy neighbours, unless you count the owls. From your cabin, you’ll have instant access to hiking paths, biking trails, vast lakes and the sights and sounds of the local wildlife. In the evening, hop into the warmth of the outdoor tub and it feels like you’ve got the mountains completely to yourselves. When the place you stay is as magical as the location it’s in, you know you’re on to a winner.
For us, a really great cabin takes you somewhere, both literally and figuratively. The two cabins designed, built and moved around the Lake District by John Graham capture that idea perfectly. We caught up with John to talk about the challenges and rewards of making mobile cabins in the Lakes.
This region in Northwest England is home to some of the most stunning scenery in the country, with rolling hills, pristine lakes, and rugged mountains. And what better way to experience this natural beauty than by staying in one of the region's many remote cabins?
We'd like to think we have some of Britain's most scenic hot tubs, baths, double baths and outdoor showers in our collection so we've rounded up some of ours, and our guests' favourites below. Lie back, relax and enjoy; you can almost feel the wind on your nips…
Hot tubs need a bit of time and care before you’re steaming under the stars. Always look for instructions from the owner on the specific type at the space, but here are a few tips to get your hot tub technique up to a simmer before you arrive.
Breathe in the fresh air, crack open the bubbles and make new memories. Cuddling up together in a warm outdoor hot tub under a sparkling blanket of stars will be the icing on the cake (or the skylight in the treehouse).
What’s it like to stay in a cabin with a hot tub? A cabin in the Lake District with a hot tub is somewhere to slow down and embrace the simple life, with a dash of luxury. Start your day sipping a coffee on the deck in the fresh air as you gaze out at sheep grazing on the fells. The national park is your back garden to explore but when the cabin is so inviting and the views are mesmerising, you might choose to stay put. After an afternoon reading by the wood burner, slide into the delicious warmth of the hot tub and fill your memory banks with beautiful images of this spectacular landscape.
Sustainability and glamping The glamping sector still has progress to make when it comes to sustainability and at Canopy & Stars we are always looking for ways to promote change within the industry. As an ethical and sustainable travel company, we take our responsibilities seriously and support our owners to reduce their environmental impact. We're a certified B-Corp with a goal of becoming net zero by 2030. You can find out more about how we're improving our carbon footprint in our impact report.
About Canopy & Stars’ expertise We've been exploring the beautiful countryside of the UK and Europe since 2010, finding unique glamping spaces to delight you with. We pride ourselves on being annoyingly discerning and only 20% of applications we receive make the cut. So you can feel safe in the knowledge that the treehouses, cabins, shepherd's huts, wagons and other incredible places that join our collection are pretty special. So special that over 200,000 guests (and an incredible 9,000 dogs!) and counting have stayed with us. Find out more about Canopy & Stars.
What makes the Lake District so special? Grab your Kendal Mint Cake, and get high on life in the glorious hills. The Lake District is paradise on earth for walkers and ramblers but there are plenty of other activities to enjoy. From boat trips and bracing dips in lakes and streams, to high ropes, mountain biking and caving, there’s never a dull moment for adrenaline junkies. When it’s time for an afternoon tea or a cosy pub lunch, you don’t need to travel far in the Lake District to find bustling towns and villages like Ambleside, Grasmere or Keswick.
We're majority employee owned, which means we all get a say in how the business is run.
Our Charitable Trust uses 24% ownership of the company to support environmental causes
We're committing to raise £50,000 by 2027 to help protect nature in our national parks.