This is a beautiful time of the year for a hot tub getaway. Take advantage of October half term for a chance to escape the daily routine, or book a relaxing re-Christmas retreat in November. You could choose a lodge near a city such as York and indulge in the Christmas markets and some festive shopping too?
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Keswick Reach Lodge Retreat
Take a trip to the Lake District this Easter and stay at Keswick Reach Lodge Retreat. Make the most of all that the adventure capital of the UK has to offer. From rock climbing, cycling, kayaking and more there is something for everyone. Visit the Lakes Distillery or make your way to Castlerigg stone circle to experience the magic and the history of Cumbria. Hill walking is a must in this area with some accessible peaks such as Cat Bells and Dodd Wood Summit for those who are trying it out for the first time. However, this all relies on being able to pull yourself away from the lodge facilities.
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Go for a workout in the park gym before resting up in the hot tub while taking in the mountain views. Take advantage of the immaculate kitchens in the lodges and make a delicious meal, or sample the food from the on site restaurant. All lodges have a modern décor and will make you feel right at home. Uncover the brilliance of the Lake District this Easter from Keswick Reach Lodge Retreat.
Deeside Holiday Park
Situated in Aberdeenshire, you can explore some of Scotland’s gems from the idyllic lodges available at Deeside Holiday Park. All lodges are stylish and offer a private patio with a hot tub, a superb location for seeing out those longer spring days. The park itself has a natural and remote feel that is echoed by the surrounding area. Take a day trip into the Cairngorms or discover the dramatic coastline famous in this part of Scotland.
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Dunottar Castle is a must see due to its history and unique location on a rocky outcrop exposed to the North Sea. Alternatively, experience the liveliness of Aberdeen city with its distinctive granite architecture and the traditional fishing quarter. If you’re looking to escape the bustle of the touristy areas, take a walk through the Royal Deeside home to crags, moorlands and rivers. Let Deeside Holiday park bring you back to nature, and explore beautiful Aberdeenshire thanks to its superb location.
If you’re looking for something more quirky and out of the ordinary this April then Swallow Park has something for you. Have the option to sleep in a Tipi, Yurt, Safari tent or ‘Lady V’. While these options may sound basic, in reality they are nothing short of luxurious, all fitted with hot tubs and woodburning stoves. They even include a bath or shower! Enjoy some of the most unusual space saving ideas without compromising on style, glamping at its best.
To top it off this park is located only two miles away from the Norfolk Broads making it the perfect base for exploration. Take a day trip to the picturesque beach of Gorleston before making your way to the bustling seaside town of Great Yarmouth. Here make your way to the sea life centre or catch a circus show at the Hippodrome. If you fancy something more chilled, stay put in the park and spend the day relaxing in the warming spring sun. Take your Easter break in Norfolk this year and experience the fun yet homely feel of the accommodation at Swallow Park.
Devon’s rolling hills and moody tors give it a beauty only found in the South West. Dartmoor view is located in Okehampton, right at the centre of the action. This holiday park is ideal for exploring the Devon coasts, Dartmoor and even parts of Cornwall. Take a walk through the incredible valley at Castel Drogo, or head up onto Dartmoor itself for some spectacular views. Hound Tor is famous for its unique granite structures, while those who are looking for a bit more adventure can take the long walk to High Willhays – the tallest point on Dartmoor.
If its retail therapy you’re after then make your way into Exeter, home to high street shops as well as some artisanal cafes, shops and eateries by the riverside. If that isn’t enough, take a drive to one of the stunning beaches Devon has to offer, or head further afield to the North Cornwall coast for a day trip. Either make a meal in the stylish and modern lodges or head into Okehampton to let someone else do the cooking. Then return back to the lodge and watch the sun set from your private hot tub or decking area. Let Devon be the retreat you need this Easter.