Devon is a favourite among UK holidaymakers, and it’s easy to see why. With the likes of the Jurassic Coast, market towns such as Okehampton on the Dartmoor border and things to do like the Tanka Trail, thousands of visitors flock here every year.
If you’re looking for lodges with hot tubs in Devon that are close to wetlands to explore, sand dunes to play with the family or Blue Flag beaches to swim and surf, Devon is where you need to be booking your hot tub getaway.
Our site is dedicated to accommodation with private hot tubs in the best parts of the UK. This guide includes our favourite hot tub lodge in Devon (after digging through details of over 100 in the local area), and a holiday guide covering what to do when you visit here.
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Looking for a beach hot tub lodge in Devon? Look no further than Saddleback Log Cabin that sleeps 4, and is close to Westward Ho!.
Another last minute lodge with a hot tub in Westward Ho!. This secluded lodge in Devon is perfect for a romantic weekend retreat. Sleeping 2 but fully self catering, this is one of the most luxury cabins in Devon for couples.
For those looking for a romantic hot tub lodge in Devon close to Woolacombe Bay, Woolacombe Retreat needs to be on your short list…
You’ve chosen Devon as the perfect place for your hot tub hideaway, but now you’re overwhelmed by the choice? And it’s not just lodges. There are log cabins, yurts, houses, barn conversions and more. Even if you know what type of accommodation you want, where, exactly, is the best place to go?
We scoured over 200 holiday lodges in Devon that include a hot tub. To do that, we used popular booking sites like Hoseasons, Holiday Cottages, Expedia and Sykes Cottages.
There, we compared size, prices, reviews from holidaymakers and things to do in the local area.
With the facts in hand we decided on our pick, the one we’d choose to book if we were planning to use a hot tub lodge for our break in Devon.
Looking for a luxury lodge with a hot tub in Devon? The Seaview Lodge Retreat is where we’d be booking our holiday.
We found a dozen or so lodges with hot tubs, that were rivals in terms of both price and reviews. However, there are very few (apart from a few we found in Westward Ho!) with spectacular sea views. And, you can enjoy an early sunrise or late sunset looking out to sea from your first floor balcony.
Luxury oozes out of every crevice in this lodge, from the open plan kitchen and diner, through to the bedrooms (which can accommodate up to 6 guests).
Although there’s plenty to see and do within a short drive. Many guests here simply relax in the private hot tub, making the most of the scenery in the local area, such as the South West Coast path; beautiful views for walkers and photographers alike.
Better still? It’s a dog friendly lodge, so you’ll be able to bring along up to 2 of your four-legged friends along on your hot tub retreat.
Sea View Lodge in Devon gives you the luxury you’d expect from a premium lodge, but also the space. Looking for group accommodation with a private hot tub, and need to house up to 6 guests (plus four-legged friends)? This is the hot tub lodge for you.
You’ll get everything you’d expect (and more) from a luxury holiday lodge, including:
Rarely is there a lodge on offer with this level of luxury, inclusive of a private hot tub, at such a great price and located in the best part of North Devon’s coastline, Westward Ho!.
With stunning sea views from the comfort of the balcony, and just a stone’s throw to the local holiday town, there’s no shortage of things to do.
Yet, it suits families and groups looking to venture out too. Beyond Westward Ho!’s famed beach is a range of pubs, cafes and shops.
The holiday town suits those with a range of interests, with the likes of the Royal North Devon Golf Club just a short walk away, and being in a centralised location giving holiday-goers the perfect base to explore everything that Devon’s North Coast has to offer.
But, it’s not just Seaview Lodge that we love, it’s Westward Ho!, too. It acts as the perfect base for a hot tub break, with plenty of things to see and do within a short walk or drive. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing drink, surf lessons, or an adventurous day out with the kids, Westward Ho! has it all.
Looking for inspiration, and things to see and do when you visit Westward Ho!? Here are a few of our favourite things to do in the local area:
We make researching lodges with hot tubs, our life. So, you can bet we’ve searched high and low to find the best lodges in Devon. But, what if our top pick is too big, or too small?
There’s an array of accommodation to choose from throughout Devon, so you’re certainly not limited to our top pick. We’ve come across a accommodation suited to specific groups, such as:
Already know the exact type of hot tub holiday accommodation you want, but not sure where exactly in Devon to visit? No worries. We’ve listed the most popular destinations for holidays in Devon, and they include:
Devon is one of the most popular UK staycation destinations, and it’s certainly not hard to see why. From historic towns, to modern gin distilleries, adventure parks, zoos and beaches, there’s something for every interest, age, and group on holiday here.
The question is, when planning your trip to Devon, what are the best places to visit, and the best things to do?
And if you're looking for somewhere close to Devon to stay but not taken by the mentions above, check out our guide to places to stay in Dorset.
If you’re looking for something completely unique that all the family can enjoy, we’d suggest heading to the Babbacombe Model Village.
Set in around 4 acres of stunning scenery, it’s home to around 400 of the most impressive models that the UK has to offer, including a 1,000ft model train track!
The basis of the Babbacombe Model Village is a fictional town, yet it does draw on some UK landmarks; The Shard and Stonehenge being two of the most prolific.
Hot tub breaks in Devon are perfect for those that are looking to experience the very best of the outdoors in the UK. And one of the UK’s gems for outdoor enthusiasts, is the Tarka Trail.
The Tarka Trail runs from Braunton to Meeth. It's an unused railway which has been tarmaced to provide the longest stretch of traffic-free cycling in the UK; over 30 miles in total. And that means it’s suitable for families and groups of all ages.
You can learn more about the Tarka Trail by visiting the Devon County Council website here.
Devon’s well known for being home to some of the most epic coastline that the UK has to offer. With that comes plenty of scenic country walks, but surfing and swimming too.
Looking to get into the water? We’d suggest heading down to Westward Ho!. The surf here is big enough to learn, but not so big that you or your kids will be overwhelmed.
In need of lessons? We’d suggest heading to North Devon Surf School, who operate directly from Westward Ho! Beach.