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Woodlands House

22 Miles from Hertfordshire
Sleeps 12
Hot Tub
Bedrooms: 6
  • Stunning farmhouse in countryside
  • In 2000 acres of woodland
  • Ideal for large family
  • Personal chef available
  • Close to Chiltern Hills and London
From £2,115 for 3 Nts
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Thirlestane Woodland Lodges

24 Miles from Hertfordshire
Sleeps 6
Pets 2
Hot Tub
Thirlestane Woodland Lodges is part of our Wanderwood Lodge Holidays Collection, set within the beautiful Lauderdale Estate in the South of Scotland.
From £349 for 2 Nts
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Goddards Mead

27 Miles from Hertfordshire
Sleeps 2
Hot Tub
Bedrooms: 1
  • Stunning converted farm building
  • Picture-perfect Essex village
  • Log-burning fire
  • Private location
  • Underfloor-heating
From £424 for 3 Nts
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Hertfordshire Hot Tub Lodge Guide

With lodges with hot tubs sprinkled throughout the county, Hertfordshire is an excellent place to visit on your next UK holiday. From stately homes and historical landmarks to fun family days out, you will have lots of fun in Hertfordshire. Perfect for a short break with the whole family, or a romantic weekend, you will definitely make amazing memories on your Hertfordshire stay.

With something for everyone, at all times of the year, Hertfordshire is a fabulous location for your next cottage holiday. Book a self-catered cottage in a location throughout the county and make the most of cooking and eating together as well as trying the local pubs and restaurants. Self-catered cottages are fully equipped with everything you will need for a stress-free break. Find a cottage to suit your budget, group size and location preference. Stay in a cosy cottage and spend quality time with loved ones.

Kingsbridge House is a stunning 6-bedroom cottage and perfect for a big family, or group of friends or couples. Offering a stunning countryside retreat location, and just 30 minutes on the train to London, this cottage has everything guests will need for a memorable weekend away. For smaller groups, the French Horn Cottage is another great option. Sleeping up to 3 guests, this dog-friendly cottage is perfect for a romantic retreat.

Spend time walking your dog around the local town before relaxing in the cosy cottage in the winter months or enjoying a glass of wine outside on a warm summer evening.

There are lots of things to see and do in Hertfordshire. For Harry Potter fans, the Warner Bros Studio Tour London should not be missed. Walk around film set exhibitions, see real props and even drink butterbeer! You could also visit the town of St Albans, have a tour of Hatfield House, see exotic animals at Paradise Wildlife Park and take a walk through the Ashridge Estate.

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Top 5 Things to do on a Hertfordshire Lodge Break

A lovely location for your next weekend away, Hertfordshire offers a great range of things to do to suit all the family. Whether you are big fans of Harry Potter or want to escape to the countryside, Hertfordshire has it all. Visit at any time of the year and make the most of this beautiful county which is just 20 minutes from London.

Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter is a must for fans of Harry Potter. Explore the wizarding world of Harry Potter at the Warner Bros Studio where you see sets and props from the films including Diagon Alley, the Forbidden Forest and Privet Drive! Enjoy a glass of butterbeer and step onboard the Hogwarts Express! An unmissable experience for any Harry Potter fan, this attraction is suitable for all the family, wheelchair accessible and has two cafes and a gift shop (of course!).

Hatfield House – Perfect for an afternoon trip out when you visit Hertfordshire, Hatfield House, Gardens and Park are beautiful to explore. Particularly popular in the summer months, visitors can enjoy walking through the lush gardens and park setting. If you’re visiting with a furry friend, the park is dog-friendly so you can go on a dog walk with lovely views.

St Albans Cathedral is a stunning cathedral and abbey church in St Albans, Hertfordshire. Dating back to the Norman times, the cathedral boasts magnificent architecture and is the oldest place of Christian worship in the UK. Open to visitors for daily tours, and offering tree trails, digital guides and family-friendly activities, this is a great place to visit on your trip to Hertfordshire.

Rye Meads Nature Reserve – Popular with walkers and birdwatchers, Rye Meads Nature Reserve is a beautiful wetland reserve. Located by the River Lee, the nature reserve can be enjoyed by the whole family. Home to a variety of birds, animals and plants, and with some walking trails, this is a good spot to explore the outdoors.

Heartwood Forest is a national forest in Hertfordshire where visitors can explore ancient woodland, beautiful meadows and much more. Enjoy walks along marked accessible walking trails and go birdwatching, horse riding, cycling, and much more. Heartwood Forest is also the perfect place to walk your dog with designated areas for you and your furry friend.

Most popular towns and cities to visit during your holiday

St Albans Cathedral
St Albans Cathedral is a beautiful building set in scenic grounds.
  • St Albans – You’ll enjoy a stop off at St Albans Cathedral a stunning example of Norman architecture and an important historical landmark. It’s hard not to be impressed by it’s intricate detail and stunning stained glass windows. Verulamium Park is another worthwhile visit. Here you’ll find the remains of the ancient Roman city of Verulamium. Let off some steam in the beautiful lakes, lush green spaces, and a fascinating museum packed with Roman artefacts.
  • Hitchin – Hitchin is a picturesque market town best known for its art scene and fab Georgian and medieval architecture. If you’re lucky enough to take a lodge break during the blooming season, you’ll be treated to the famous Hitchin Lavender. Think scenic fields and a calming atmosphere. At other times of the year, you can Explore Hitchin’s traditional market where you can pick up unique art and food goodies that you can’t get anywhere else.
  • Watford – A lively town with shopping centres and cultural attractions. A really good day out for the family here is the Warner Bros. Studio Tour. where you can step into the magical world of Harry Potter. For another magical day out head over to Cassiobury Park, which has plenty of green spaces, and walking paths and you can chill out by the Grand Union Canal.
  • Hertford – This charming county town offers a good mix of historic sites, riverside walks, and a lively town centre where you can get something tasty for lunch!  Hertford Castle is a great place to visit during your getaway offering serene grounds and some perfect spots for picnics. Head along the River Lea for a lovely walk and a big of fresh air, offering a peaceful escape and scenic views.
  • Stevenage – A modern town offering shopping, entertainment, and top parks and cultural venues. The whole family will enjoy the outdoor activities at Fairlands Valley Park, including lake and water sports facilities. For something a bit less energetic on your lodge break, check out Gordon Craig Theatre, which hosts a fab choice of performances for all ages.

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