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Why book a hot tub break in North Wales?

Welcome to North Wales, a region renowned for its magnificent natural beauty, ancient castles, and charming towns.

If you're looking for a place to stay that offers both luxury and relaxation, then a lodge with a hot tub might be just what you need. In this guide, we'll provide you with everything you need to know about lodges with hot tubs in North Wales, including reviews of five of the best lodges in the region.

The Coolest hot tub lodges in North Wales

Red Kite's Retreat, Conwy, Snowdonia

Looking for a perfect hot tub lodge or cottage in Snowdonia, suitable for small groups or outdoor enthusiasts, and near Zip World? Red Kite's Retreat is one of our favourite properties in Snowdonia's National Park.

conwy hot tub cottage break, view over the valley
  • Ideal for cyclists, climbers and walkers (set in Snowdonia National Park)
  • World Heritage Site, Conwy, shops and fishing harbour close by
  • Sleeps 7 across 3 bedrooms
  • 5 star reviews from holiday makers
  • Close to Zip World, Surf Snowdonia and Bodnant Gardens
  • Last minute deals on hot tub breaks in North Wales from £800 per week (low season)
  • Typical weekly prices range from £1,100-£1,300

Craig Y Nos Hot Tub Cabin, Betws-y-Coed

  • Perfect romantic retreat for 2 in North Wales
  • Near to: beaches, Surf Snowdonia, Zip World, Snowdon mountain walks, Betws-y-Coed mountain biking
  • Hot tub log cabin set in 200 acres, the heart of Snowdondia National Park
  • Visit museums, gardens and local castles
  • Sleeps 2, and is dogg friendly
  • Fully self catering with private hot tub, decking and outdoor furniture
  • Cheap breaks for 2 start at £650 in low season (less than £100 per night)
  • Expect to pay £850-£1,100 per week for this lodge with a hot tub in peak season

Y Geunant, Corwen, North Wales

  • A 2 bedroom, sleeps 4 log cabin/glamping pod style lodge
  • Perfect for families and is dog friendly too, with some scenic walks nearby
  • Villages of Bala and Ruthin nearby, both with shops and pubs
  • Close to Bala Lake and Berwyn Mountains
  • Open plan and full self catering, Smart TV include
  • Hot tub, BBQ and outdoor furniture
  • Low season lodge with a hot tub in North Wales from £800 per week.

The Warren, Abersoch

  • Family retreat in Abersoch: sleeps 6 across 3 bedrooms
  • Dog friendly, with scenic walks and beach within 150 metres
  • Abersoch village 1 mile walk with pubs, shops and places to eat
  • Looks out to the Llyn Peninsula
  • Great family on-site facilities: swimming pool, soft play area and spa area
  • Fully self catering, with island seating
  • Family lodges with a hot tub starting from £1400
  • Expect this lodge with a hot tub in North Wales in high season to be in excess of £2000.

Llidiart y Llyn Cottage, Aberdyfi

  • Perfect hot tub holiday for groups or families: 3 bed, sleeps 6
  • Dog friendly with scenic and hilly walks nearby
  • Set in the Snowdonia & Llyyn Peninsula
  • Nearby: Beaches, golf course, dining in Aberdyfi
  • Hot tub lodge includes family games room and is fully self catering
  • Wood burner, private hot tub and both front and side gardens to enjoy the view
  • Represents a cheap hot tub holiday, with last minute breaks from £650 per week
  • High season the hot tub cottage can spike to £1200-1300 per week.

Carmel Hideaway, Carmel

  • Beach family holiday with a hot tub, near Red Wharf Bay and Pili Palas Nature World
  • Sleeps 4, with 2 bedrooms
  • 4 star reviews from holiday makers
  • Attractions including go karting, Anglesey Sea Zoo and Castles nearby
  • Rhosneigr beaches, popular with surfers, kite surfers and sailers
  • Rustic wood fired hot tub, in a lodge with a log cabin feel
  • Open plan hot tub lodge with lots of natural light
  • Last minute hideaways from £700 per week (£1000+ in peak season).

Things to do on your hot tub break in North Wales

Exploring North Wales

From the dramatic peaks of Snowdonia to the rugged coastline of Anglesey, North Wales is a destination that is sure to leave you in awe. 

The region is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, with plenty of hiking and cycling trails, water sports, and adventure activities on offer. 

You can hike to the summit of Mount Snowdon or explore the beautiful lakes, valleys, and waterfalls that dot the landscape. 

Alternatively, you can enjoy a more leisurely pace by taking a stroll along one of the many coastal paths or visiting one of the region's beautiful gardens.

Discovering North Wales' History

North Wales is steeped in history, with a rich cultural heritage that dates back thousands of years. The region is home to many historic sites, including mediaeval castles, ancient ruins, and UNESCO World Heritage sites. 

The town of Conwy is home to a magnificent castle that dates back to the 13th century, while Caernarfon Castle is another must-visit attraction that was built by King Edward I in the late 13th century. 

You can also visit the many Roman forts, mediaeval abbeys, and ancient burial chambers that are scattered throughout the region.

Indulging in North Wales' Culinary Traditions

North Wales is a food lover's paradise, with a rich culinary heritage that is celebrated in the many local restaurants and cafes. 

You can sample traditional Welsh dishes such as cawl, a hearty soup made with lamb and vegetables, and bara brith, a delicious fruitcake that is a staple of Welsh cuisine. 

The region is also famous for its cheese, with varieties such as Snowdonia Black Bomber and creamy Caerphilly being particular favourites.

North Wales lodges with hot tubs in conclusion…

In conclusion, North Wales (see our full guide to lodges in Wales here) is a destination that offers a unique blend of luxury and natural beauty. With lodges featuring hot tubs, visitors can immerse themselves in the tranquillity of the Welsh countryside while enjoying the comforts of modern living.

From the stunning Conwy Valley to the coastal town of Criccieth, there are a variety of lodges to choose from, each with its own unique character and charm.