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This county, in the South West of England, is a tourist hot spot offering adventure, experiences and culture.
Portmile Lodges continue to be a popular choice among holidaymakers travelling to the South Devon region. These lodges are particularly exclusive and are set in the beautiful surroundings of a former violet farm. These lodges have their own private hot tubs.
This park has been awarded the David Bellamy Silver Award for Conservation and the surroundings are tranquil and idyllic. You’re never far away from various activities or places to go with the incredible Cockwood Harbour just a short trip away.
Ladram Bay is a great place to go if you’re a family looking for a seaside holiday without the crowded hotels and frustrations of traditional holidays. The fantastic lodges you’ll find here are close to a variety of facilities that will please both parents and children.
Located in a stunning setting you’re never far away from areas of natural beauty and the gorgeous coastline. If you’re looking to have a more action-orientated holiday, the possibilities are endless, with everything from jet-skiing to fishing on offer. There are great places to eat and drink close by whilst your private hot tub is the perfect thing to return to after a long day’s exploration.
With unspoiled sandy beaches and rural countryside to explore, South Devon is the perfect holiday destination. Visit with family, friends or your partner for a relaxing break with plenty of things to see and do. Make amazing memories and explore natural areas of beauty. With something for all ages, South Devon is a fab destination for your next short break or summer holiday.
Upton Lakes Holiday Park is located beside a glorious natural lake and the lodges give you the chance to relax in one of the most idyllic settings you could possibly find in Devon.
Your private hot tub is the perfect way to unwind after a day spent exploring your glorious surroundings which include National Trust sites and historic towns.
Mullacott Park Lodges are also a good option. The lodges are stylish and luxurious and really make the most of the countryside views. For days out the surrounding area includes quaint towns and villages and of course, the beaches are fabulous all year round.
Activities in the local area include surfing and fishing, whilst there is plenty of wildlife to be explored in the area around your lodge.
With a stunning coastline and Exmoor countryside, Devon has so much to offer. The award-winning coastline is full of golden sandy beaches that have excellent surfing conditions.
Dartmoor Edge Lodges have a unique position on the edge of Dartmoor National Park and is the ideal place to relax and unwind in peaceful surroundings.
The Fairway Lodge VIP is a modern and stylish lodge with a private outdoor hot tub and is highly recommended for a luxury retreat.
If you’re looking for something that the kids will enjoy during your hot tub break, this zoo has 2000 inhabitants to keep them entertained. Located in the South West of Devon, there are activities and things to see whether it’s a sunny or rainy day. There are over 80 acres to explore so pace yourself and plan for a full day out here.
A vast area of moorland, rivers, wildlife and history, Dartmoor National Park is a great place to take the dogs, or get a break from your hot tub and stretch your legs! Explore by foot, cycle or canoe and soak up the beauty of the vast area.
Throughout the national park, there are plenty of walking trails for all levels and abilities which are great ways to see the stunning scenery in Dartmoor. Castle Drogo and Buckfast Abbey are both in the national park and are beautiful landmarks to visit and good spots for a picnic.
This National Park is absolutely massive, spanning 267 square miles and a huge variety of landscapes. Clear some space on your phone as you’ll want to take a lot of photos here.
Exmoor National Park is perfect for visitors who enjoy exploring the great outdoors. From the coast to the rural countryside, there is plenty to see and do in this beautiful corner of the country. There’s so much to enjoy here for all ages and many activities for children. We’ve listed a number of hot tub breaks near Exmoor National Park above which make for an ideal base to explore this area of natural beauty.
The City of Exeter offers excellent shopping and a thriving art scene as well as numerous places to eat and drink. Make sure you plan a trip to the city of Exeter when you’re on holiday in South Devon. The capital city boasts high street stores, restaurants and bars, as well as museums, and historical landmarks including the stunning
Exeter Cathedral. In the centre of the city, visitors can admire the beautiful architecture from the surrounding Cathedral green and garden. For a look inside, visitors can book guided tours and audio tours or pay admission for a self-guided tour.
Another must-see during your hot tub break is the stunning coastline that South Devon has to offer. One of the best ways to experience this is by taking a walk along the South West Coast Path.
Running the length of the South Devon coastline, you will be able to join at any point and get stunning panoramic views of the coast as well as the chance to see some hidden gems including coves and small beaches. The coastal path is accessible and easily signposted so all visitors can enjoy the beautiful coastline.
Found at the east of the county, The Jurassic Coast World Heritage site runs through a small portion of the South West Coastal Path in South Devon. Covering 95 miles of coastline from Exmouth to Dorset, it is the best way to see the beautiful coastline.
You can also continue walking along the Jurassic Coast to visit some of the beautiful coastlines throughout the rest of the county. There is so much to explore and enjoy in South Devon and beyond. The scenery here is really something you’ll want to talk about when you get back to your luxury lodge!
For some thrill and fun for everyone, Woodlands Family Theme Park is a great day out. Set in the beautiful countryside, this is a fab place to enjoy a day out with the whole family.
Let your kids play whilst you soak up the sun and beautiful views from the picnic bench. There are 16 rides, over 500 animals, falconry, play zones and indoor soft play areas offering something for all ages! All the family will have lots of fun at the Woodlands Family Theme Park.
Devon has much to offer from gorgeous beaches to wonderful towns that could not be more quaint and traditional. You’ll also find a wide variety of natural parkland.
Popular with families this area can get busy in the summer months but a lodge holiday will give you a peaceful and relaxing base to return to after a busy day. (Especially a cabin with a lovely Jacuzzi all ready to hop into when you get home…)
The area of Southern Devon is one of outstanding natural beauty and there are plenty of ways to enjoy the stunning scenery. A boat trip to Lundy Island which is a haven for wildlife is not to be missed.
For a fun family day out the Milky Way Adventure offers thrilling rides for adrenaline junkies and also has plenty of attractions for toddlers. The Big Sheep is another fun family attraction and is perfect for younger children with pony trekking and animal feeding being among the many indoor and outdoor activities on offer.
One of the things this area is most well known for is its surfing and watersports. Whether you’re a seasoned surfer, or just looking to try something new, you’ll find plenty to do on the coast with this lodge break. Other water sports you can enjoy include:
And if you’re looking for something more relaxing, you can sit back and soak in the simply breathtaking Devon beaches that this area is also famous for.
Devon is such a huge area it would be hard to see even a little of what this county has to offer on a single hot tub break, with couples and families often returning year after year. If you’re planning a stay in the North of Devon, here are some attractions and days out to look forward to.
A unique railway experience that will be fun for the whole family on your lodge holiday. It is the highest and steepest railway in the world that is powered by water. The cliff railway is a fun activity that takes visitors 500 feet above the lowered station where you can enjoy a cream tea in the clifftop café.
Relax at the top of the cliff and soak up the magnificent views before returning down the cliff. The railway is family-friendly and also dog-friendly so you can visit with all of your family for a memorable experience.
A unique u-shaped valley, parallel to the sea. Located just ½ mile from the town of Lynton, this is a great walk for all abilities. Known for its fascinating rock formations and caves, this is a fab natural landmark to visit in North Devon. There is also a café and picnic area so visitors can enjoy lunch with a view!
Home to the only pair of black leopards in the UK, Exmoor Zoo is a must-visit during your hot tub holiday. A perfect day out for the whole family, Exmoor Zoo has a wide range of animals including The Exmoor Beast, monkeys, cheetahs, snakes, birds and many more.
Visitors can browse the animal exhibits, meet certain animals with meet and greet experiences and learn more from the education team. There is also a playground for the little ones and a café for the adults to unwind in and enjoy a coffee. There are a lot of lodges near Exmoor Zoo or within easy driving distance.
A lovely sandy beach is backed by the beautiful Braunton Burrow dunes. The beach is well worth a visit for families, surfers and dogs! Good to visit all-year-round, and particularly popular in summer, Saunton Sands is a relaxing, idyllic spot to visit when you’re on a lodge holiday in North Devon.
Plan a beach day or enjoy a short walk to get the stunning coastline views, Saunton Sands should not be missed. There are also several shops and food outlets for you to pick up some fun beach essentials! It’s also the only beach in North Devon to have a Landeez all-terrain wheelchair which allows visitors use a wheelchair to access the beach.
With rolling Devonshire Countryside and the coast never far away, Devon is the obvious choice when you are looking for a lodge holiday.
You can expect better weather here due to the Southernmost location of the county and if your family love a beach day, this is the ideal place to take a paddle or enjoy some watersports.
There are a number of well-established lodge parks here with cottages and cabins with private hot tubs that can be booked for couples, families or hen or stag party groups.
Devon will make for an unforgettable holiday for either a short break or a longer stay.