Wales has so much to offer holidaymakers, whether it’s the dramatic mountains of Snowdonia, the sweeping beaches of Cardigan Bay, or the buzzing cities of Cardiff and Swansea in the south.
With dramatic mountains, lush countryside and breathtaking coastlines, it’s no wonder that travellers are seeking a getaway in this beautiful country. Booking one of our lodges with hot tubs in Wales makes for the perfect base to explore the area and experience what it has to offer.
These holiday cottages are as stunning as their setting, each offering a unique escape with the luxury of high-quality accommodation.
Year of the Staycation
Staycations are on the rise and for good reason! With the wonders of Wales right on your doorstep in the UK, it’s easy to see why this country is drawing plenty of attention.
Here are five delightful cottages to rent in Wales with hot tub:
Picture coastal views and an idyllic seaside escape. This multi-level beach retreat has a modern and quirky feel, offering you stylish interiors and spacious living. The sociable kitchen-diner makes mealtimes an opportunity to catch-up, while the sleek yet cosy living room provides a tranquil haven for relaxation. The floor to ceiling panel windows offer panoramic views out across the blue ocean and spotlight the exquisite Welsh coastline.
The outdoor terrace has space for al fresco dining as well as a private hot tub which has uninterrupted view across the water. This holiday home is well located for exploring Snowdonia and the ever-popular tourist spots of Dolgellau, Barmouth and Aberdovey.
If you are planning a trip to the fascinating island of Anglesey, then Fisherman’s Cottage will be the perfect setting for your getaway. This former chapel has been converted to a first-class holiday cottage, great for any family or group of friends wanting to explore the island.
The striking gray building has equally beautiful interiors, fully fitted with a spacious kitchen, relaxing lounge and three double bedrooms. There’s plenty of outdoor space for little ones to run around and there are even more activities to keep them busy across the island. The highlights include the South Stacks lighthouse, watersports on the Menai Straits and countless sandy beaches.
Copybush Cottage is the definition of a rural retreat. The Pembrokeshire countryside rolls out as far as the eye can see from this exquisite property. The grand house sits in an extensive enclosed garden, featuring all the makings of the perfect summer property.
Gather round the large wooden dining table and enjoy the authentic wood-fired pizza oven under a covered canopy. You’ll be spoilt for choice for entertainment at this holiday home, with a dedicated table tennis room, televisions, sun loungers and a hot tub perfectly placed to watch the sunset. There is plenty to explore in the local area, from the natural beauty of Caldey Island and Castle beach to the historic sites of Manobier Castle and Pembroke Castle.
This fascinating sixteenth century property is opening its doors to holiday makers. The Druids is full of history and character and is a wonderful property for a group of friends or a large family wanting to explore Snowdonia.
The large dining room features a banqueting table, allowing plenty of space to enjoy an evening meal together. The property also boasts two open fires, in the homely social rooms, perfect for a cosy night in catching up. If that wasn’t enough, you can head down to the games room for a round of pool or for those sunny days, take a dip in your private hot tub and watch the sun go down over the stunning Welsh scenery.
Don’t let size fool you with the snug Tegfan Barn. This quirky cottage is the perfect spot for a couple looking to escape the stresses of daily life and embark on a fairytale adventure. The chic kitchen is neat and spacious, giving you plenty of space to whip up a romantic dinner for two – it even comes with matching mint-green appliances if you’ve got an eye for coordination. The cosy living room features a striking exposed stone wall which will remind you of your relaxing rural location.
If in doubt that you are in the countryside, you can gaze out of the large French windows which offer panoramic views across the rolling hills. At the end of the day, you can snuggle up by the toasty wood burning stove before heading up to the mezzanine bedroom in the eves.