Dreaming of soaking in a private hot tub gazing at breathtaking views of the sprawling Welsh countryside, miles away from the city? Maybe you’re in a log cabin on the Brecon Beacons or a lodge with stunning sea views; or maybe you’re tucked amidst the rolling hills of the countryside in a luxury cottage. Whatever your dream, we’ve searched high and low for the greatest properties and cottages with hot tubs Wales has to offer.
- Parkdean Resorts Carmarthen Bay
- Sykes Cottages Caecrwn
- Sykes Cottages The Cottage
- Sykes Cottages Daisy, Headland Escape
- Sykes Cottages The Mount
- Sykes Cottages The Hay Suite
- Sykes Cottages Glan Towyn
Parkdean Resorts Carmarthen Bay
Location: Port Way, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire.
Best for: Beaches, Kidwelly Castle and family fun.
Looking for a great Welsh hot tub break and fun for all the family? Then call off the search! This family friendly lodge is an ideal base within which to explore the surrounding area while providing lots of activities to keep the children entertained. A trip to Carmarthen Bay isn’t complete without visiting Pembrey Country Park with its eight miles of golden sands providing a wonderful excursion no matter your budget. Build sandcastles on the perfect Blue Flag beach or take a trip to the crazy golf course, ski slopes or hop on Wales’ longest toboggan ride! You can even go horse riding on the beach. The options are endless for creating memorable family moments.
You won’t be stuck for things to see and do with Medieval adventure on the menu as you explore nearby Kidwelly and Laugharne castles, with the National Botanic Gardens of Wales practically next door. Looking for an adrenaline boost? Take a drive to the Oakwood Theme Park to get your heart racing. Just make sure you pack your swimming togs for the ‘Drenched’ 100ft drop ride! For jam-packed activities and fun alongside your hot tub holiday in Wales, this holiday park offers countless nearby attractions so it’s definitely worth booking.
Facilities: As you can see, there’s a lot of great things to choose from! Of the properties with hot tubs, you can take one that sleeps between four or six per lodge, with two per room, with wifi throughout. Make the most of everything your hot tub break in Wales has to offer by heading to the heated indoor swimming pool and waterslide, games arcade or crazy golf. Take a leisurely walk back from your family friendly evening entertainment or tasty meal in the Boathouse Restaurant and relax in your private hot tub at your lodge to truly unwind after a day filled with activities.
Sykes Cottages Caercrwn
Location: Battle near Brecon, South Wales & Pembrokeshire
Best for: Brecon Beacons and countryside views
There truly is something for everyone in this new countryside property with a great rating. Live out your Jane Austen fantasy relaxing in your luxury converted stone barn, set on a working farm within 23 acres of farmland surrounding the property. That’s some garden! Take yourself for an invigorating countryside walk into the nearby village of Battle. Head slightly further afield for a round of golf or enjoy a bike ride to the friendly Cathedral town of Brecon. For any culture vultures, take a history walk to appreciate the Georgian and Jacobean architecture situated in the birthplace of Anne Boleyn’s family. Play your cards right and you might be in town for their annual Jazz festival or, for some rainy day inspiration, it also boasts a theatre and cinema; as well as lots of shops and restaurants.
The Brecon Beacons National park offers endless opportunities for the energiser bunnies among you. Take a walk or cycle amongst the rolling hills, waterfalls, caves and breathtaking scenery from Spring to Winter. Want to add more activities? There is much fun to be had stepping aboard the Brecon Beacons Steamway rail, horse riding or canal cruising.
Search a little further and you’ll find the ancient town of Hay-on-Wye, noteworthy for its literary festival, on the border of England and Wales. Let yourself be charmed by the friendly book shops, antique shops and restaurants or, if you’re looking for an adrenaline boost; why not try canoeing?
Facilities: Fancy yourself a hot tub with some shrimp on the barbie? Cocktail hour à la hot tub? Whatever way you do it, you can’t go wrong! This lodge offers an enclosed garden and patio complete with a luxurious hot tub, barbeque and plenty of furniture ideal for making an event of the evening sunset over the Pen y Fan; the highest of the peaks within the National park. Afterward you can curl up on the ground floor in front of the open fire before falling asleep in a cosy bed, in one of three bedrooms, for a good nights’ sleep. If you can’t bear to be separated from your pets, you’re in luck. You can add up to two well-behaved pooches on your mid Wales adventure!
Sykes Cottages The Cottage
Location: Llaniestyn, North Wales & Snowdonia
Best for: Abersoch beach and Snowdonia National Park
This large North Wales family home is an ideal base to start to explore the nearby area. If you can tear yourself away from your hot tub visit the great Snowdonia national park to take in its wonders or head to the Abersoch beach, five miles from the cottage, to enjoy its long golden sands and shallow waters making it a no-brainer for visitors with children. Be sure to warm up within Abersoch’s friendly harbourside town to explore the shops and restaurants. For those seeking a bumpier ride the surf’s up at Porth Neigwl (Hell’s Mouth) beach. You don’t have to search far with countless other open beaches, Nefyn, Morfa Nefyn, Caernarfon, Porthmadog, Pwllheli. So you can live out your water-sports dreams sailing, windsurfing, or just build sand castles!
Breathe in the perfect Welsh countryside views as you navigate the area. Llaniestyn is a village situated within the Llyn Peninsula, one known for its walks with breathtaking scenery. Explore the magical walk up Garnfadryn and on a clear day you might just see across the Irish sea to the Wicklow mountains as well as views of Snowdonia, Cardigan Bay and the Isle of Anglesey. Down within the village is ‘Pen-Llyn Lusitano’ horse riding stables for a new kind of experience you’ll never forget.
Facilities: This beautifully designed spacious cottage sleeps eight and has a raised patio, a sun room that seats eight and an open fire for people to congregate and enjoy a beautiful sunset over the rolling hills of Wales. At the rear of the property lies a hot tub to retreat to at the end of a day well spent in the mountains or by the sea. This property is made for socialising as you can show off your culinary skills with your guests in the luxurious kitchen, complete with an island, before seating everyone at the dining table. Pets are also welcome with two dogs allowed to roam the ground floor of the house.
Sykes Cottages Daisy Headland Escape
Location: Lydstep near Tenby, South Wales & Pembrokeshire
Best for: Unique accommodation experience and great nearby beaches
Don’t forget to pack your sunscreen for one of the sunniest counties in the UK. You’ll have to blink hard to believe you haven’t actually flown to the south of France as, ideally positioned on the stunning ‘Welsh Riviera’; nearby Tenby is part of the Pembrokeshire National Park where the water is thankfully warmed by the Gulf Stream. So, no wetsuits in July! There isn’t a single reason not to go to what’s known as ‘The Jewel in the Crown’ of west Wales. You’ll find a magnificent Medieval walled town complete with cobbled streets, charming shops, tea rooms and an indoor market to delight your senses. There’s not one, not two but three miles of stunning Blue Flag beaches to add in a variety of water sports or, making the most of the sun and working on that tan.
For the daring in you, slightly further afield is the Oakland Adventure Park for your wildest roller coaster dreams. Nearby Manorbier is also definitely worth a visit with its Medieval castle overlooking the gorgeous Manorbier beach. You will truly be transported in time by this village, mere miles down the road. Near to home on the low tide are the Lydstep Caves and Smugglers Cavern found on the local beach that is a true sight to be seen. If you check out the harbour you can strengthen your sea legs on a boat trip to Caldey Island, run by Cistercian Monks. This is just so much more than a hot tub holiday, it is a trip to remember.
Facilities: This is one for the diary. A five-star rating luxury yurt. A luxury yurt with a hot tub. And a fireplace. The interior design truly creates a home from home so if you’re inclined to yurt: look no further. Kate Moss could only dream of festival accommodation this nice. But, far from a festival, this yurt provides you with an oasis of escape as you ditch the wifi and enjoy the surrounding South Wales countryside views. This sleeps four per room but if you contact the owner for a combined booking, sleeps up to twelve. For the owners of more petite pets, pop them in a handbag and bring them with! You’re allowed a small, well-behaved dog, so you can keep your furry friend near. Of all the hot tub holidays this might be the most unique and therefore, completely worth doing.
Sykes Cottages The Mount
Location: Prestatyn, North Wales
Best for: Prestatyn Beach & Snowdonia
Set your compass to True North- of all the hot tub holidays, this won’t lead you astray! Start your holiday with a beach day on the long sandy beach of Prestatyn, perfect for sandcastles and sunbathing. Or, if you like your beach experience with a touch of adventure, check out the local horse riding centre to go for a hack on the beach or near the mountains for an experience you’ll dream about in years to come. Rainy day? No problem. Head to nearby Rhyl where everyone’s sure to love Rhyl SeaQuarium only a stones’ throw away; the Rhyl miniature railway; Pavilion theatre and Scala cinema. There’s a plethora of indoor fun to choose from.
Covered the area? Hop in the car and take a drive to the city of Chester to see its Roman amphitheatre set within famous city walls; there’s even a Zoo to enjoy. Or, as no visit to North Wales is complete without it, a trip into Snowdonia National Park. Put away your phones and breath in the fresh air of the Welsh mountains and open countryside.
Facilities: Aptly named The Mount, live like a king in this luxurious holiday home with a five star rating that sleeps ten with four bedrooms. There couldn’t be a better place in Wales to take a large group of people as this great new property has ample space and even has a games room for rainy days or to add a little after-dinner entertainment. Relax in the hot tub with a drink on the furnished patio and take in the magnificent views of the scenery. It also features a large enclosed garden perfect for children to play, complete with an inset trampoline and a wendy house. If you’re lucky enough to get the master bedroom it boasts a Caesars bed with floor to ceiling glass windows with breathtaking open views of the Irish Sea. Hot tub full? Soak in the clawfoot bath in the luxurious marble bathroom. If you’re hungry you can hop into Prestatyn town on foot to search for supplies to impress in the open plan kitchen or enjoy a meal in a local restaurant nearby. Sounds perfect.
Sykes Cottages The Hay Suite
Location: Aberystwyth, Mid Wales and Cardigan Bay
Best for: Seaside holiday and town of Aberystwyth
Aberystwyth, more than just a film set, is having a bit of a moment after being watched by millions on The Crown. If you want to see what mid Wales has to offer, this friendly place, with a top rating, is ideal. Of all the cottages with hot tubs in Wales this one is unique as not only do you have your hot tub onsite, you also have access to a fully heated swimming pool!
The location of this property is perfect to explore the town and coastline. Don’t forget to pack your golf clubs as you are situated right near Aberystwyth Golf Course, add in a few rounds before lunch to make a perfect start to your day. Then head into the ancient market town of Aberystwyth as you’ll be wanting to dive head-first into the sea or soak up some rays on this Blue Flag beach. After, have an ice-cream as you meander along the victorian promenade. For your next day why not explore the lovely walks and trails, the twenty mile Ystwyth Trail is ideal and links Aberystwyth to Tregaron. You can walk or cycle this trail along the river and explore the surrounding woodland.
Take the steamway train to the Devil’s Bridge, a place of outstanding natural beauty. For the book worm in you’ll be delighted to discover Aberystwyth houses the National Library of Wales. And as ever with Welsh weather, if it’s a rainy day you can slip into the many shops, restaurants, tea rooms or museums within the town.
Facilities: This charming cottage sleeps two people and two pets per booking, so you don’t have to worry about leaving them behind while on holiday. This is a truly special find in mid Wales as not only do you have access to a lovely hot tub, you can also enjoy swimming in the gorgeous outdoor heated pool all located within seconds. After, you can curl up with a book in your cosy, comfortable accommodation or venture into the town for a delicious meal out. The nearest shop is just 0.6 miles away with the nearest pub just 1.3 miles so you can pop by on foot or by car. Special offers for guests are worth noting as you get 15% off their food bill at the Marine Hotel to make your dining options more enjoyable.
Sykes Cottages Glan Towyn
Location: Rhoscolyn, Anglesey
Best for: Isle of Anglesey, Holyhead.
You are stepping into an episode of Interior Design Masters with this property that has outstanding sea views and maybe the most idyllic hot tub in Wales. You won’t have to search long for this beach as it is mere steps from the property. Bliss.
For the walkers amongst you there are cliff-top walks with bird watching and natural flora and fauna in abundance to set off on. Or, you can take the Anglesey Coast path, stopping off at Elin’s Tower and Porth Dafarch for great views and points of interest. If it’s possible to tire of the beautiful beach right on your doorstep you are three miles from Trearddur Bay with Blue Flag beaches and great opportunities for sailing and water-sports.
The main town of the island is Holyhead, known for its ferry trips to Dublin so make a day trip and visit the bustling, friendly city. Be sure to try a pint of the black stuff-it’s said it tastes better over there! If you’re looking to be entertained, search no further than over the Four Mile Bridge to Anglesey Zoo, GreenWood Family park and Pili Palas Nature World. Afterward, if you’re tired of cooking, you can try the local village’s well-known gastro pub for a delicious meal. This Isle of Anglesey holiday is one for the books.
Facilities: Of all the new properties with hot tubs, this is just perfect. It sleeps twelve with six bedrooms and four bathrooms and is situated on the ground floor. For those who want their water-sports fix, the cottage provides complimentary wetsuits, paddle boards and kayaks to borrow. Luxury entertaining is on the menu with a grand kitchen/dining area and an enclosed garden patio, set with a private hot tub. No wonder it’s got a great rating! You can also add pets to your booking for an extra charge so you don’t have to worry about leaving them at home. What a relief!
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