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Hot Tub Lodges With Fishing In Derbyshire

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Booking a lodge with a hot tub in Derbyshire gives anglers the chance to enjoy some spectacular English countryside while tackling an exciting variety of freshwater fish.

Located in the East Midlands region of England, Derbyshire is renowned for its diverse fishing venues, including rivers, lakes, reservoirs, and canals, making it a popular holiday spot for anglers of all skill levels. A number of lodges also offer fishing on-site in their own private fishing lakes.

The River Derwent, flows through Derbyshire, offering the chance to test your fly fishing and coarse fishing skills. It’s well-stocked with trout and grayling, so if you’re into fly fishing, this is a good location to go for.

Coarse fishing enthusiasts are also well catered for in Derbyshire & the Peak District thanks to its well-maintained stillwater fisheries. Here you’ll be able to catch carp, pike, perch, roach, and bream. Many of these fisheries offer day ticket options, allowing visitors to enjoy a day of fishing without the need for a long-term membership.

The reservoirs in the region are also popular with anglers. A drive out to Carsington Water and Ladybower Reservoir hosts a range of fish species and the scenery here is breathtaking!

A log cabin, cottage or glamping hut in this area makes for the perfect base for a fishing trip, giving guests plenty of space and privacy to unwind and relax. Anyone in your group or family not interested in fishing can soak in the hot tub and enjoy the luxury facilities and countryside setting.

Most popular hot tub rentals in Derbyshire (that are near fishing or have angling on site)

Colliery Lane Lodges – private fishing lake on-site, Swadlincote

Colliery Lane Lodges overlook the fishing lake and have private hot tubs
Colliery Lane Lodges overlook the fishing lake and have private hot tubs

Colliery Lane Lodges offer comfortable hot tub lodges and are located in the picturesque former mining town of Swadlincote.

An ideal choice for families wanting adventure right on their doorstop, this holiday home has easy access to both the Peak District National Park and an onsite fishing lake. Cast your net for the afternoon or simply explore the surrounding area on foot!

Whilst the outdoor wow factor is a main attraction to Colliery Lane Lodges, the accommodation is just as inviting. Enjoy making a splash in the outdoor hot tub which guests will find on their private patio.

For those able to drag themselves away, there are lots of great nearby attractions offering entertainment for all ages; Conkers Indoor and Outdoor Centre is only three miles away and Drayton Manor Theme Park is just under 30 minutes by car.

Bage Mine Barn, Wirksworth

Bage Mine Barn has a fantastic hot tub!
Bage Mine Barn has a fantastic hot tub!

Whilst not technically a lodge, this contemporary barn conversion is great for bigger families planning a trip to the Peak District. Whilst there are no onsite fishing facilities at Bage Mine, Press Manor Fishing Lakes is just over 20 minutes away. Set across 5.5 acres, this hotspot is full of trout and tuition is available for all levels.

What’s here for anyone not into fishing?

Just three miles from the friendly village of Wirksworth and 20km from the enchanting Chatsworth House, this holiday home is in prime position. Along with its convenience, Bage Mine Barn is incredibly spacious and can accommodate up to nine guests.

Families staying here will find three double bedrooms and two extra sofa beds- ideal for any size group. On top of this, there is a brilliant kitchen/dining area and access to a large, enclosed garden. Additional perks include outdoor seating, a private hot tub and parking for up to six cars.

As previously stated, the location of Bage Mine Barn is a real attraction and guests will find lots to do nearby. Often described as the ‘Hidden Gem of the Peak’, the local market town of Wirksworth is great for exploring and their independent high street is a must.

Similarly, Chatsworth House guarantees a fab day out and there is a range of events taking place throughout the summer months. From gardening classes to murder mystery-themed nights, there’s lots on to keep the family entertained.

Given this holiday home is also under an hour from the Peak District National Park, it makes perfect sense that you’ll be wanting some adventure.

Rivendale Lodge Retreat – a real getaway with fishing onsite and nearby, Ashbourne

Rivendale Lodge Retreat - a stunning location to fish in Derbyshire
Rivendale Lodge Retreat – a stunning location to fish in Derbyshire

Best suited to families who like to entertain, this contemporary cabins here can accommodate up to four guests. Features include a grand kitchen/living area, two ensuites and a luxury hot tub.

Rivendale Lodge Retreat is known for its well-stocked fishing ponds and rivers. Check with the retreat staff for advice on the best locations for the type of fishing you prefer.

What’s more, there is a sleek breakfast bar and dining table- both perfect for dinner parties or homemade meals with the family! For a small additional fee, why not bring the dog along too? Rivendale Lodge Retreat also has pet-friendly accommodation with guests welcome to bring a maximum of two pets.

Along with the other lodges at this retreat, customers will find an onsite shop, bar and restaurant.

For nearby fishing, look no further than Longford Fishery. Less than half an hour away, this local attraction has a choice of nine lakes for all abilities. Alternatively, ‘Birch House Lakes’ is a good spot for an afternoon reel.

Final thoughts on fishing breaks in Derbyshire

Whether you’re a keen angler or just along for the hot tub, a holiday in Derbyshire has something for all members of your group. There are many great attractions to experience during your getaway as well as the natural beauty of the area itself. Booking a hot tub getaway here will be a fantastic experience for couples, families and groups of friends, whether they’re into fishing or not.

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