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Find Dog Friendly Holidays with Hot Tubs

Dogs welcome - house trained owners also welcome!

Looking to avoid kennel costs, and take your four legged friends along for the ride on your upcoming hot tub break? We searched for the best dog friendly hot tub accommodation, including lodges, log cabins and glamping pods, across the UK, so you don’t have to!

Whether your idyllic break consists of exploring the countryside walks, hitting the beach, hiking up mountains, bare-foot earthing, country pubs, (*insert favourite past time here*) or perhaps just relaxing in the hot tub, the dogs are free to join you (...maybe not in the hot tub though!)...there’s something for everyone.

Dog friendly holidays are a thing; did you know WIFI free weekends are a thing too? So whether you are looking to ‘Disconnect, Recharge & Reflect’, get your 10,000 steps in or just chill surrounding yourself in nature. Pack the dog food, lead and bowl, not forgetting some dog treats of course, jump in the car and let's book you some fun. 

Looking for location inspiration? Here are our favourite dog friendly holiday destinations in the UK:

The Top 3 Dog Friendly Holiday Destinations

dog on a walk relaxing on a pet friendly holiday

Lake District

If you have an energetic breed such as a Border Collie or a Labrador then a self catering break in the Lake District could be just the medicine for the whole family. The lake district is full of fantastic walking routes and trails including the famous Scafell Pike, England's highest mountain. We’d suggest checking out routes prior, there’s a list on walkupscafellpike.co.uk here.

Could your whole family plus the dog take on this famous mountain with a huge self for proof at the summit?  #WeMadeIt

The whole route is packed with gorgeous views and streams for the dog to cool off in and have a drink from. Worn out but satisfied you can treat yourself to a hot tub in the evening to soak those aching muscles. 

Whilst probably best done between March and October there are no hard and fast rules - it's your holiday. 

If the sound of walking miles isn't your thing, The Lakes still has some lovely coastline or if you crave a peaceful lie-in, you're free to mix it up your way, surrounded in scenery that has inspired English poets and writers. Bliss.

Recommended guide to plan your dog friendly holiday: 

https://www.lakedistrict.gov.uk/visiting/plan-your-visit

Find dog friendly accommodation with hot tubs in The Lake District here.

Cornwall

Cornwall is best known for its stunning coastline and pristine beaches. If you like swimming in the sea and your dog does too then stick this on the short list now. With miles of deserted  beaches you and your dogs can comb every inch of them or throw up the parasol and sunbathe on the beach.   

Looking to break up the daily dog walks with a bit of adrenaline? Cornwall is known for its surf. Check out Visit Cornwall's’ guide to the 10 best surf schools in the area. You can warm back up in the hot tub later that evening, so go for it! Sounds heaven sent, am I right?

Long walks, short walks or no walks just spend your holiday relaxing, the choice is yours. 

But one thing you can’t miss are the sensational sunsets made even more magical as they reflect off the sea. You don't need to be somewhere exotic like the Maldives to make incredible memories as a family.

Recommended guide to plan your dog friendly holiday: 

https://www.visitcornwall.com/

Find dog friendly accommodation with hot tubs in Cornwall here.

Scotland

Famous the world over for it’s staggering Lochs, textbook mountains, amazing scenery and its beaches on the west coast that rival those of the Mediterranean. Scotland has to be shortlisted as one of the best dog friendly holidays in the UK. When it comes to hot tub lodges and glamping pods that are pet friendly, you’re spoilt for choice.

Whether looking out over picturesque Glens steeped in history is for you, cycle rides, dog walking up Ben Nevis, relaxing on the beach, exploring the ancient cities or just taking it slow and catching up with yourself - you ought to do it all in Scotland just once in your life!

Recommended guide to plan your dog friendly holiday: 

https://www.visitscotland.com/

Find dog friendly accommodation with hot tubs in Scotland here.