Best Lodges with Hot Tubs Peak District – the Peak District is a fabulous place to visit for a holiday and what better place to stay than a modern lodge with a hot tub? Have a look at our suggestions for lodges with hot tubs in the Peak District.
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Hilderstone near Fulford, Peak District & Derbyshire Dales
Saddlers is a stunning single-storey property, with “level access throughout which is wheel chair friendly with low level thresholds, nestled in the heart of Staffordshire’s countryside, between the villages of Hilderstone and Fulford and surrounded by picturesque rural views. The open-plan living room boasts sliding patio doors that span the length of the property, illuminating the space with natural light, fresh air on a sunny day, and showcasing the best of the countryside view.” Saddlers has a wraparound deck and private hot tub.
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Screetham Lane, Beeley, S45 0LR
Clover Cottage is more of a lodge than a traditional cottage, with all the contemporary lodge styling that we love. It’s got acres of space around it with fabulous views and of course its own private hot tub. There are 2 bedrooms, a living room and a flat-screen TV, an equipped kitchen with a dining area, and 2 bathrooms. The living area has a hug wall of windows making the most of the glorious Peak District views.
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Landal Sandybrook “is set within the former grounds of a 19th century manor house only a short distance away from the historic market town of Ashbourne. It is the perfect base to explore the Peak District with Alton Towers, Dovedale and the famous Tissington Trail nearby. You can truly lose yourself in this stunning part of the UK.
Landal Sandybrook is a place of peace and tranquillity and features luxurious, contemporary designed lodges, many with outdoor hot tubs – ideal for soaking up the countryside atmosphere. Reconnect with nature exploring the old walled garden and historic pinetum which leads through to a colourful bluebell woodland setting, or discover the range of activities onsite from archery and fencing to body zorbing and waterwalkerz. The onsite swimming pool, jacuzzi and sauna is ideal for unwinding after a day of adventure.”
Landal Darwin Forest
Landal Darwin Forest is “nestled in stunning woodland close to Matlock and Bakewell on the edge of Derbyshire’s breathtaking Peak District. Proud holder of a Visit England Award for Excellence in 2016, this top park unites scenic splendour with truly fabulous facilities – perfect for enjoying quality family time at entirely your own pace.
With an abundance of activities available on site, from tennis, mini-golf, footpaths and cycling trails to Bodyzorbing, archery, Waterwalkerz and snorkelling, there really is something for everyone to enjoy. Younger children can go wild In the Little Monkeys indoor play centre, while the Activity Den hosts pool tables and a games room ideal for older kids.
The Trim Trak obstacle course, orienteering and the simple pleasures of a woodland walk are hits with the whole family, alternatively Evolution Health and Fitness offers a swimming pool, spa and gym together with indulgent beauty therapies! The local area hosts a huge amount of history with the set of Pride and Prejudice Chatsworth House, it is a film lovers and historians dream.”
Swinney Wood Log Cabins
Swinney Wood Log Cabins, Crich Lane, Belper, Derbyshire DE56 2JH
Swinney Wood Log Cabins. “Sitting above the Derwent Valley, a World Heritage site chosen by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) as a place outstanding international importance, you will find four idyllically situated log cabins, individually hand scribed out of Western Red Cedar tree trunks. Beautiful lodges with hot tubs in the Peak District. Each bespoke log cabin holds a stunning and unique location nestled within the woodland. Swinney Wood Log Cabins in Belper, Derbyshire take luxury to the extreme. Exclusively adults only and no pets, no expense has been spared creating these luxurious, yet rustic log cabins with romance in mind.”
Ladera Retreat Lodges
Back Ln, Congleton, Cheshire, Peak District CW12 2NL
Ladera park lodges “are set in 30 acres of beautiful Cheshire countryside, within easy reach is Congleton, Macclesfield, Prestbury, Alderley Edge and Wilmslow.
Ladera Retreat offers the best of both worlds – a quiet location for those wishing to relax, unwind and recharge the batteries, or for those who like the attractions and closeness of larger towns, but prefer to wake up to the sound of birds outside their bedroom window.
For your comfort and security, access is through electronic gates with security fobs. The lodges are positioned around a small lake and there is also a second small lake for recreational fishing.
Ladera have worked hard and spared no expense to develop a lodge park, which sits well with the surroundings; home to foxes, rabbits, birds, wild ducks and geese and indeed, a part of the Ladera Estate has been dedicated a conservation area for the protection of badgers. Truly a botanist’s idea of heaven!”
Oaklands Country Lodges
Oaklands Farm, Mount Pleasant, Sutton Road, Church Broughton, Derbyshire, DE65 5DE
A warm welcome awaits you at Oaklands Country Lodges. “Situated on the Redfern’s farm, nestled in picturesque countryside on the edge of the National Forest and the Peak District, these luxury four-star log cabins are furnished to an exceptionally high standard and each offer private, heated hot tubs.
Oaklands Country Lodges comprise of three beautifully styled and smartly furnished timber lodges which enable guests to enjoy a truly relaxing holiday experience. Surrounded by one acre of peaceful, landscaped grounds with a scenic pond and plenty of wildlife, there are fine country views from these Peak District holiday cottages’ individual verandas and hot tubs, offering the perfect self-catering holiday accommodation whether it’s for a mini-break, a romantic getaway or a longer holiday.
Within easy reach of a wealth of visitor attractions such as Chatsworth House, Alton Towers, Uttoxeter Racecourse and Tutbury Castle, there are also plentiful walks, cycling routes and other outdoor pursuit opportunities that are easily accessible throughout Derbyshire as well as in Staffordshire, Cheshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire.
Oaklands Country Lodges are graded Four Star and Four-Star Gold and Waterside Lodge offers disabled holiday facilities to a Level 2 standard. Hideaway Lodge can offer you a dog – and other pet – friendly holiday and large groups can be accommodated. If all three lodges are booked, up to 18 people can enjoy a Peak District holiday together.”