Lodges in Derbyshire with Hot Tubs + Holiday Guide

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Panoramic views, lazy days, muddy walks and starlit evenings… whichever way you do hot tub breaks, doing all the things that make you happy is what it’s all about. 

The only thing you need? A holiday lodge in Derbyshire that makes you excited to get in - a place to act as a base for your hot tub holiday.

The good news? Holiday lodges with hot tubs in Derbyshire are plentiful. No problem there. But smile-worthy, can’t-wait-to-get-in lodges? Those are a rarer breed. 

Thankfully, we’ve done all the hard work and found the best holiday lodges in Derbyshire, High Peak and the vicinity based on real customer reviews. 

Read on, for a great hot tub break awaits…

Our Favourite Hot Tub Lodge in Derbyshire 

We spent hours researching the best of the best. By scouring the likes of Holiday Cottages, Booking.com, Derbyshire Cottages, Expedia and more, we were able to come up with our top pick. And, that’s a hot tub lodge pick, based on reviews, price, location and what the accommodation includes.

If you’re looking for the ultimate hot tub break in Derbyshire and need to sleep up to 4 people, look no further than the 5* rated Peak Garden Cottage. 

Perfect as a base for outdoor enthusiasts, Peak Garden Cottage is a contemporary luxury cottage nestled into the eastern edge of the Peak District National Park in the village of Baslow, an attractive village with that typical old English charm. 

The lodge is dog friendly with up to 2 allowed during your hot tub holiday. They’re charged at £20 each per full or part week, so feel free to bring your four-legged friends along for the trip. 

What You Need To Know About Peak Garden Cottage

Pack your bags and that’s all you need for your break. The lodge sleeps 4 people with 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and 1 hot tub. You’ll find shops including a Co-op and a Spar 2-miles away in Baslow, and there’s a pub and a restaurant close by.  

Peak Garden Cottage has so many great amenities, including: 

  • South-facing rear gardens 
  • Hot tub!
  • Wood burning stove 
  • Off-road parking 
  • Open plan living areas 
  • Wi-Fi 
  • Fully-equipped kitchen 
  • Television 
  • It’s pieces of dog friendly accommodation in the area.

Just turn up and jump in the hot tub. You know you want to!

Peak Garden Cottage Hot Tub Accommodation in Summary 

Peak Garden Cottage is a modern-built cottage with luxury amenities, open plan living, significant outdoor space and unrivalled privacy. 

There are so many great walks on your doorstep in the Peak District National Park, and it’s just 5 miles from Chatsworth House, Derbyshire’s most famous stately home. 

This is a lodge you will enjoy calling home during your hot tub break. Comfortable furnishings and ample parking make it a real pleasure to come home to, and you will find a great view out of every window, whether it’s countryside or beautiful gardens. 

As one of the highest-rated hot tub lodges in Derbyshire for romantic getaways and outdoor breaks, Peak Garden Cottage is a real treat. It’s worth every penny. 

Peak Garden Cottage Holiday Highlights and Things to Do

Because it’s nestled into the Peak District National Park, Peak Garden Cottage puts incredible walks on your doorstep. If you fancy heading out though there’s plenty to see and do. Here are a few things you can go and see: 

  • Chatsworth House and Farmyard 
  • Baslow Edge 
  • Magpie Mines
  • Haddon Hall 
  • Peveril Castle 
  • Arbor Low Stone Circle
  • Thornbridge Hall Gardens 
  • Winster Market House 
  • Bakewell Old House Museum 

Top Hot Tub Lodge Locations in Derbyshire

The prime location for hot tub lodges in Derbyshire is the Peak District National Park, a protected space that is home to some of the most stunning countryside you will ever see. The hilly, sometimes mountainous terrain is great for walks. 

Within the Peak District National Park, you will find hundreds of smaller villages, most of which date to medieval times and many are known to have earlier settlements. The village of Castleton, for instance, is home to the 11th century Peveril Castle. 

There are so many beautiful villages in Derbyshire that are perfect for hot tub breaks. Here are our favourite villages to consider:

  • Castleton 
  • Baslow
  • Bakewell
  • Eyam 
  • Edale 
  • Buxton 
  • Hartington 
  • Tideswell 
  • Ashford-in-the-Water.

Of course, your perfect hot tub lodge location in Derbyshire will depend on what kind of amenities you require, including how many people you need to sleep and how far it is to the shops. Thankfully, there are lodges for everyone, including:

  • Luxury hot tub lodges 
  • Lodges that sleep 2 to 12 people
  • Lodges with barbeques 
  • Family lodges 
  • Dog-friendly lodges 
  • Last-minute lodges with cheap deals

Whatever you’re looking for, you’re sure to find it in Derbyshire. 

Why Book a Hot Tub Lodge Break in Derbyshire?

The history of Derbyshire dates back to human settlements in the last Ice Age, more than 10,000 years ago. Wherever you go on holiday in Derbyshire, history lies under your feet. 

With ancient settlements and historic villages, Derbyshire is a time machine, and you can go back as far as you like. Many of the villages have stood for hundreds of years, with the oldest areas preserved and protected for you to discover.

All of this history is wrapped up in beautiful countryside, where craggy hills, sweeping dales, picturesque water bodies and areas of dense woodland converge. 

So, why should you book a hot tub lodge break in Derbyshire? Because you get beauty and history wherever you go. The Peak District National Park and High Peak Moors are unrivalled in their splendour. You really can’t go wrong holidaying here. 

Things to Do in Derbyshire 

Ready to book your hot tub lodge holiday in Derbyshire, and want to plan some things to do? Here are some of our favourites.

Chatsworth House

Chatsworth House is a glorious stately home by the River Derwent. Construction of the main building started in 1687 and was completed in 1708. Additions were added a hundred years later, creating a jaw-droppingly beautiful place to visit. 

Chatsworth House is perfect for walks, picnics, lazy days and double bank fly fishing, with a four-mile fishing route. Many of the walking routes are accessible and the grounds are very well-maintained, with not an overgrown hedgerow to see.  

Haddon Hall

Described as “The most perfect house to survive from the middle ages,” Haddon Hall dates back to the 11th century. Additions were added between the 13th and 17th centuries, creating a place where incredible architecture and beauty converge. 

Going to Haddon Hall during your hot tub break here, is like going through a time machine. The grounds and buildings are preserved with their original character, which is clear to see in the uneven steps. You can also get a tour of Haddon Hall if you’d like to learn all of its secrets. 

Castleton and Peveril Castle

Castleton is the most beautiful village in the Peak District if you ask us. Whether you arrive through the dramatic limestone gorge of Winnats Pass or from the Hope Valley, everything about it oozes history, character and beauty. 

Castleton is home to many things, including an outdoor cinema in a cave. But the real draw is Peveril Castle, a ruined 11th century fortress. The keep was built by Henry II in 1176, and a walk up the site reveals breath-taking views over the Hope Valley. 

Thornbridge Hall Gardens

Surrounded by 12 acres of quintessentially British gardens, Thornbridge Hall Gardens offers a great day out on a clear summer’s day. The gardens were designed at the end of the 19th Century, but the hall itself dates back much earlier. 

The hall dates back to at least the 12th century, although the original building was demolished and rebuilt in 1871 in the Jacobean style. The hall we see today was designed by George Marples, who in 1896 enlarged the house and laid out the gardens. 

Arbor Low Stone Circle

Arbor Low Stone Circle is a prehistoric monument consisting of some 50 stones set into a 40-metre diameter circle. The monument dates back to at least 3,000 BC and is considered to be the most important prehistoric site of the East Midlands. 

We know that numerous settlements have existed around the Arbor Low Stone Circle over thousands of years. Stone, bone and antler tools have been excavated and evidence suggests the site was in use until into the Bronze Age. 

Walk (a lot) 

You’re probably looking for a hot tub lodge in Derbyshire and the Peak District for one big reason - you love being outdoors. 

Derbyshire and the Peak District are home to the finest walking trails from 3 to 30 miles or more. Here are some of our favourite walks:

  • Mam Tor - Shivering Mountain (517m)
  • Castleton - Mam Tor - The Great Ridge - Walking Route (6 ½ to 8-miles)
  • The Limestone Way (46-miles)
  • Bakewell via Ashford-in-the-Water (6-miles)
  • Bamford and Ladybower Reservoir Walk (4.6-miles)
  • Chatsworth and Edensor Walk (3.8-miles)
  • Ashford in the Water via Monsal Dale (6-miles)
  • Hathersage to Stanage Edge Walking Route (9-miles)

If you’re not too fussed about specific walking routes, just head out to any parking spot in the Peak District National Park and forge a route. Your hot tub lodge will probably be within a few miles of the best walks in the Peak District anyway.  

Looking for more things to do in the Peak District? We suggest checking out Visit Peak District’s Things To Do page. You can’t go wrong looking on Tripadvisor either. There are so many things to do - but be sure to make time for that lovely hot tub too!