Is there anything more magical than finding a charming log cabin hidden in the depths of the darkest forest or perched on the edge of a shimmering lake? We don’t think so, and we have thousands of beautiful lodges and holiday cottages to choose from.
A luxury lodge is the ideal way to escape the everyday grind and get back to nature with lazy lie-ins, long walks in the countryside and delicious lunches in snug pubs. Choose from one of these cosy cabins for the finest self-catering holiday, without compromising on style or luxury.
Whether you’re planning a romantic break, a dog-friendly getaway or a fun-filled trip with family and friends, these holiday lodges with hot tubs have got everything you need for the perfect large holiday. These log cabins with private hot tubs and swimming pools are sure to excite you.
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We’ve picked five of our favourite luxury lodges, cabins in the woods and charming chalets to inspire your own getaway.
Ideal for: Watersports and walks
With rolling hills, stunning landscapes and tranquil lakes galore, it’s unsurprising that the Lake District is one of the UK’s most popular tourist destinations. There’s so much to do in this national park from meandering walking trails up rugged peaks and charming market towns to explore.
Place to stay: Just six miles from Lake Windermere, Cartmel Lodge is a beautiful pet-friendly log cabin with it’s own private bubbling hot tub.
Ideal for: Breathtaking scenery
Pound the historic streets of Inverness, explore the wild countryside and rugged coastline, and enjoy tasty traditional treats and tipples in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. This is the perfect place to enjoy outdoor activities and adventure in the outback of northern Scotland.
Best walk: Enjoy a steady ramble from Nairn along both banks of the river, from the harbour up to the countryside above the town.
Place to stay: Ben Wyvis is a beautiful three-bedroom lodge with an outdoor hot tub which offers stunning views across the undulating countryside.
Ideal for: Sun, sea, sand and surf!
Cornwall is the ideal escape for family members of all ages or a group of friends looking for fun and adventure. The south west county offers some of the best seaside towns, beaches and coastline in England, and is a world-famous surfing spot with swells and breaks for beginners and pros.
Best walk: Tick off part of the South West Coast Path by strolling along the idyllic Bude Canal.
Ideal for: Family fun
Denbighshire sits in the north-east of Wales, nestled between Snowdonia National Park and Wrexham. There are castle ruins and historic sites aplenty along with an abundance of family-friendly attractions and activities to keep everyone happy during your holiday.
Best walk: Follow forest paths and enjoy views across the Dee Estuary at Llandegla Forest.
Place to stay: There’s space for four people and two pets in the pretty Meadow Lodge, a quaint log cabin amidst flower-filled fields and rolling hills.
Ideal for: Quintessentially British break
For a traditional British break by the sea, Devon is the place to be. Step back in time with a wander around Exeter’s historic streets, treat yourself to a cream tea in a cosy cafe, or breathe in the fresh air on a cliff top trail. Devon boasts beautiful beaches, breathtaking countryside and lots of restaurants, pubs and coffee houses to keep you energised for exploration and fun.
Best walk: Follow the meandering River Heddon through the Heddon Valley, taking in ancient woodlands and pretty meadows.
Place to stay: Hidden among the trees on the edge of Indio Lake, Great Combe Lodge is a two-bedroom cabin with a stunning deck and hot tub right on the water’s edge.