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Whitemead Forest Park

33.6 Miles / 46 minute drive from Newport
Sleeps 5
Hot Tub
  • Indoor heated pool
  • Explore Forest of Dean
  • Perfect for families
  • Indoor heated pool
  • Children's play area
From £375 for 4 Nts
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4.3

Rookery Manor Cottages

44.5 Miles / 46 minute drive from Newport
Sleeps 6
Pets 1
Hot Tub
Rookery Manor is set in a breath-taking, tree studded haven of natural beauty, boasting magnificent views over the surrounding countryside and offering pure peace and tranquillity.
From £305 for 3 Nts
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Rookery Manor Lodges

44.5 Miles / 46 minute drive from Newport
Sleeps 6
Pets 2
Hot Tub
  • Bar and restaurant
  • Beautiful countryside setting
  • Peaceful escape
  • Spa facilities
From £289 for 3 Nts
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4.5

Cheddar Woods Resort and Spa

46.2 Miles / 56 minute drive from Newport
Sleeps 8
Pets 2
Hot Tub
  • Indoor heated pool + separate kids pool
  • 5 star luxury spa
  • Shop/Supermarket
  • Children's play area
  • Bar and restaurant
From £269 for 2 Nts
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4.2

Bucklegrove Holiday Park

50.6 Miles / 1 hours and 5 minutes drive from Newport
Sleeps 6
Pets 2
Hot Tub
  • Indoor pool
  • Bar and restaurant
  • Children's play area
  • Idyllic location
  • Shop/Supermarket
From £225 for 2 Nts
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4.4

Sandy Meadows

51.8 Miles / 57 minute drive from Newport
Sleeps 8
Hot Tub
  • Shop on-site
  • Beaches nearby
  • 18-hole golf course
  • Woodland setting
  • Shop on-site
From £298 for 4 Nts
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4

Holiday Resort Unity

52.4 Miles / 58 minute drive from Newport
Sleeps 8
Hot Tub
  • Indoor and outdoor heated pools
  • Entertainment Passes included
  • Great family entertainment
  • Brean Theme Park
From £743 for 3 Nts
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4.1

Golden Sands Brean

52.8 Miles / 59 minute drive from Newport
Sleeps 8
Hot Tub
  • Direct beach access
  • Coastal walks
  • Golden beaches nearby
  • Entertainment Passes included
From £486 for 3 Nts
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5

Little Moorland Farm Lodges

52.9 Miles / 59 minute drive from Newport
Sleeps 6
Pets 1
Hot Tub
  • Romantic breaks
  • Very secluded & away from it all
  • Great for exploring Cheddar & wookey hole
  • Woodburner
From £505 for 4 Nts
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Mendip View at Wookey Hole

53.8 Miles / 1 hours and 13 minutes drive from Newport
Sleeps 6
Hot Tub
  • Bar and restaurant
  • Close to Wookey Hole caves
  • Explore the Mendip Hills
  • Cheddar Gorge only 8 miles away
From £269 for 2 Nts
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Fancy the perfect blend of countryside charm and accessibility to some of the UK’s top attractions? Say hi to Newport!

Forest of Dean Lodges, Gloucestershire

A 40-minute drive from Newport, Forest of Dean Lodges offer an enchanting woodland escape with some fab luxury accommodation with private hot tubs.

You’ll be nestled in a sylvan setting, providing a serene getaway for families and nature enthusiasts. The lodges are designed to blend seamlessly with the surrounding oak woodland, offering a peaceful retreat with luxurious amenities. Each lodge comes with its own private hot tub, perfect for unwinding after a day of adventure in the forest.

Expect spacious and modern interiors, with options ranging from the budget-friendly Silver Birch to the expansive (and popular) Golden Oak Treehouse, ideal for larger groups seeking top-of-the-range accommodation.

You’ll enjoy easy access to outdoor activities and historic market towns. The Wye Valley, known for its climbing, abseiling, and canoeing, is nearby, offering adrenaline-pumping experiences. For a more relaxed pace, there’s also golf, fishing, and tranquil woodland walks nearby.

Families will appreciate nearby attractions such as steam train rides, gardens, and craft centres while the Forest of Dean itself is a treasure trove of trails and ranger-led walks.

Accommodations at Forest of Dean Lodges cater to various needs, from the Golden Oak Lodges designed for families to the Silver Birch Lodges for those on a budget. On-site, guests can engage in mountain biking, forest walking, and children’s play areas.

The coffee lounge and shop provide a cosy spot for refreshments and essentials, and there’s also a handy launderette for any muddy mishaps. This is a pet-free location.


Forest Hills Lodges, Gloucestershire

Just over 30 minutes from Newport, Forest Hills Lodges offer a high level of luxury with spacious accommodations and scenic golf course views.

Forest Hills Lodges are an exquisite location, boasting handcrafted lodges with over 1100 square feet of space. Each lodge is furnished with comfort in mind, featuring modern amenities such as Wi-Fi and streaming services. The outdoor decking and private hot tub invite guests to dine al fresco and soak under the stars. The lodges’ larch timber cladding and tasteful interiors provide an ideal base for exploring or simply relaxing in style!

Located in the Forest of Dean, these lodges are surrounded by natural beauty and activities. The forest edge location offers easy access to walking trails and the golf course provides a leisurely backdrop. The area is ripe for exploration, with historic sites and the charming market town of Coleford nearby. For the adventurous, the Wye Valley’s outdoor pursuits are within reach, while the lodges themselves provide a tranquil retreat.

The accommodations at Forest Hills Lodges are perfect for larger families and groups, with options including pet-friendly lodges. The spacious living areas, high-spec kitchens, and contemporary furnishings ensure a comfortable stay. The private decked areas with hot tubs and secluded garden spaces offer relaxation and privacy. With a maximum of two pets allowed in certain lodges, the site welcomes the whole family.


Whitemead Forest Park, Gloucestershire

Located less than an hour’s drive from Newport, Whitemead Forest Park offers a blend of adventure and relaxation with the stunning backdrop of the Forest of Dean.

This site is a haven for both relaxation seekers and anyone looking for a bit of adventure! The park is set within the  Forest of Dean, offering a variety of on-site activities such as archery, fencing, and its own indoor heated pool.

The onsite spa provides indulgent treatments, while the bar and restaurant serve delicious meals. Accommodations range from cosy log cabins to spacious bungalows, all featuring outdoor hot tubs for the ultimate relaxation experience.

The park’s location is ideal for exploring the historical attractions of Gloucestershire, including Tintern Abbey and the Dean Heritage Centre. You’ve got a wide choice of outdoor fun here with golfing, fishing, and canoeing available nearby. The Wye Valley Walking trail is well worth your time and the park’s entertainment options ensure there’s never a dull moment.

Whitemead Forest Park offers a variety of accommodations, from traditional log cabins to bungalows suitable for larger groups. The on-site facilities cater to all ages, with a children’s play area, multi-sports court, and a range of dining options. With a maximum of two pets allowed in certain accommodations, the park is a welcoming retreat for pet owners.


Garnwant Brecon Beacons, Powys

About an hour from Newport, Garnwant Brecon Beacons offers a serene escape in a Dark Sky reserve with luxury lodges and stunning valley views.

This is a brand-new lodge retreat offering a unique opportunity to stargaze from the comfort of your private hot tub.

The lodges are designed with luxury in mind, featuring contemporary interiors and amenities such as gas barbecues and outdoor hot tubs. The tranquil woodlands and valley views provide a picturesque setting for a restful holiday or an active break with nearby outdoor pursuits like climbing and water sports.

Located near Merthyr Tydfil, the lodges are a gateway to the Brecon Beacons National Park, with its extensive hiking and cycling paths. The city of Cardiff, with its cultural attractions and shopping, is also within reach for a day trip. The lodges offer a peaceful retreat with the convenience of nearby activities and attractions.

The accommodations at Garnwant Brecon Beacons range from spacious lodges suitable for families to exclusive lodges ideal for romantic breaks. The site’s emphasis on luxury is evident in the details, such as log burning stoves, bathrobes, and early check-in options. While no pets are allowed, the lodges offer a pristine environment for guests to enjoy the natural beauty of the Brecon Beacons.

Whether you’re seeking a family-friendly holiday, a romantic getaway, or an adventure-packed break, these four lodges near Newport provide the perfect base for exploring the natural beauty and attractions of the region.


What to do on a family or couple’s hot tub break in Newport

Welcome to Newport, a vibrant city nestled in the heart of South Wales. Known for its rich history, stunning landscapes, and a plethora of activities, Newport is an ideal destination for families and couples looking for a memorable hot tub break.

Whether you’re interested in exploring historical sites, enjoying the great outdoors, or simply relaxing in the comfort of your lodge, Newport offers a diverse range of activities to suit all interests.

Sightseeing in Newport

Newport’s history is etched into its streets and buildings, making sightseeing a must-do activity. From the iconic Newport Transporter Bridge to the serene beauty of Tredegar House and its gardens, the city is brimming with landmarks that tell the story of its past and present.

Families and couples can enjoy leisurely strolls along the scenic Riverfront or delve into the city’s Roman roots at the National Roman Legion Museum in nearby Caerleon.

Top 5 attractions you have to see in Newport

When visiting Newport, there are several attractions that simply cannot be missed. Here’s a curated list of the top 5 must-see spots:

Tredegar House

Delve into the grandeur of the 17th century at Tredegar House. This magnificent mansion, set within 90 acres of beautiful gardens and parkland, offers a glimpse into the life of the Morgan family, one of Wales’s most influential families. Pricing: £10.50 for adults, £5.25 for children. Visitor feedback often praises the well-preserved interiors and the engaging guided tours. For more information, visit their official website.

Newport Transporter Bridge

One of the few remaining operational transporter bridges in the world, the Newport Transporter Bridge is an engineering marvel. Take a ride across the River Usk and enjoy panoramic views from its high-level walkway. Estimated pricing: £3.50 for adults, £1.75 for children. Visitors are consistently awed by this unique experience and the stunning views it offers.

National Roman Legion Museum

History buffs will revel in the National Roman Legion Museum, located in Caerleon, which was once a Roman fortress. Explore ancient artefacts, ruins of baths, and an amphitheatre. Free entry, with donations welcomed. The museum is highly rated for its interactive exhibits and educational value.

Belle Vue Park

For a tranquil escape, Belle Vue Park provides beautifully landscaped gardens and a serene atmosphere. Ideal for a family picnic or a romantic walk, the park is a local favourite. Free entry. Visitors often commend the park for its well-maintained grounds and peaceful environment.

The Riverfront Theatre and Arts Centre

For those seeking culture, The Riverfront Theatre and Arts Centre is the place to be. With a diverse programme of theatre, dance, music, and comedy, there’s something to entertain everyone. Estimated pricing: varies by event. Patrons love the intimate setting and the variety of performances on offer.

Good to Know…

Attraction Activity Type Visitor Feedback Estimated Pricing
Tredegar House Historical Site Positive £10.50 adults, £5.25 children
Newport Transporter Bridge Engineering Landmark Highly Rated £3.50 adults, £1.75 children
National Roman Legion Museum Museum Educational Free (donations welcome)
Belle Vue Park Park/Gardens Tranquil Free
The Riverfront Theatre and Arts Centre Cultural Venue Varied Entertainment Varies by event

FAQs

  • What is the best time of year to visit Newport? Newport is a year-round destination, but the best time to visit is during the spring and summer months when the weather is milder and the gardens and parks are in full bloom.
  • Are there any family-friendly activities in Newport? Absolutely! From exploring Tredegar House and its gardens to enjoying the interactive exhibits at the National Roman Legion Museum, there are plenty of activities that cater to families.
  • Can you recommend any romantic spots for couples? Belle Vue Park and a walk along the Riverfront are perfect for couples seeking a romantic setting. Additionally, a sunset ride on the Newport Transporter Bridge offers a unique experience.
  • Is Newport accessible for visitors with disabilities? Many attractions in Newport, including Tredegar House and The Riverfront Theatre, offer facilities for disabled visitors. However, it’s best to check with individual venues in advance.
  • Are there any hidden gems in Newport we should know about? Caerleon’s Roman ruins are often considered a hidden gem, offering a fascinating insight into Newport’s ancient history without the crowds of more well-known sites.

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Embarking on a lodge break in Newport with a hot tub provides the perfect balance of relaxation and exploration. With its rich tapestry of history, culture, and natural beauty, Newport is a destination that offers an enriching experience for every visitor. Whether you’re a family or a couple, the memories made here will be cherished for years to come.

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