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Cabins and Lodges with Hot Tubs

We all have dreams of log cabin life - sitting on the veranda enjoying the view, the whittlin’ and the faint smell of woodsmoke. The only thing that could possibly make it better is a hot tub, so here you go. This is our collection of creative cabins with hot tubs, from a three-storey beehive in Devon to a classic frontier lodge in Cumbria and a floating cabin castle in France.

We’ve personally inspected every single one, looking for the special touches that turn a few days away into an awesome hot tub holiday in the great outdoors.

FEATURED PLACES TO STAY

Secluded places where you can take your tub time in your birthday suit, places on the riverbanks or the lakeside for that hot/cold bathing transition and year-round cosy places, for the unique experience of a hot tub with the gentle patter of rain or even the sizzle of snowflakes.

WOOD-FIRED HOT TUBS

Ease into a slower pace of life as you get a wood-fired tub going over a few hours. It takes a little longer, but it’s worth it for the satisfaction and that woodsmoke smell. Don’t forget to stir from time to time!

SEARCH BY LOCATION 

Our hot tubs and cabins are located in breathtaking locations across the UK and Europe, from hidden coves on the Devon coastline to Cumbrian riverbanks, French forests and remote Norwegian islands. Discover them all here.

SEARCH BY GUESTS

Bring the kids on your hot tub cabin adventure, or let the dog tag along, although it probably shouldn’t join you in the big wooden b-a-t-h.