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Dorset is an excellent location to book that perfect hot tub lodge break and has something for couples, families and groups to enjoy.
Whether you want to book a luxury lodge in Dorset, a cosy blaming cabin or a caravan getaway, there are self-catering accommodations with private bubbly hot tubs you can use as a base to explore the famous county.
Enjoy days at the beach, long walks visiting natural landmarks or exploring seaside towns, Dorset is the ultimate UK lodge holiday destination.
The perfect woodland escape is surrounded by 10 acres of parkland and 5 acres of private woodland which guests can explore. This excellent break features pet-friendly cabins with hot tubs. Think modern, stylish and fully equipped. Everything you need for that peaceful break in the countryside.
A great spot for families, the woodland park has an outdoor swimming pool, spa, children’s play area and bar. Just one mile from the market town of Wimborne and a short drive from Bournemouth, there is plenty to explore and enjoy. Each luxury property comes with its own private hot tub to unwind in after a day exploring the area.
A collection of stylish, top-quality lodges in Cricket St Thomas Estate on the edge of Dorset. Guests can benefit from the onsite facilities including an indoor heated pool, spa facilities, outdoor adventure trail and bike hire.
There is a good selection of lodges available onsite including the Kittwhistle, Poldon and Goldenhaye lodges all offering private hot tubs for extra luxury and a great way to relax after a busy day exploring. Kittwhistle and Goldenhaye lodge are also both dog-friendly and wheelchair accessible to accommodate all guests including furry four-legged ones!
Peckmoor Farm Lodges is the ideal countryside getaway for couples, families and friends. Nestled in the rolling countryside and woodland on the Dorset and Somerset border, a stay here will provide lots of peace, quiet
and tranquillity. Guests can explore the surrounding area and visit the horse racing yards, and farmland tracks and walk alongside the river.
All of the lodges are pet-friendly and provide everything guests will need for a stress-free break as well as luxury additions including a wood burner and hot tub.
Spend your day exploring the local area before returning to your cosy lodge for an evening cooking, eating and relaxing with your loved ones.
Dorset is a county in the South West of England on the English Channel coast. The county covers a huge area of more than 1000 square miles and has a population of around 750,000. As a holiday destination, it’s a unique mix of beautiful coastal and rural countryside and is home to the Jurassic Coast Path. While you won’t meet any dinosaurs in this county you will find a range of luxury lodge breaks with their own private hot tubs.
The county has a wide range of attractions, natural landmarks and days out that are fun for everyone, with many good reasons to venture out of that hot tub and see some of what the area has to offer.
Visit the famous Jurassic Coast, the natural landmark; Durdle Door which is an ancient stone arch in the sea, Highcliffe Castle and one of the many sandy beaches on the coast of Dorset.
Explore the southwest of England by staying in a cosy lodge in Dorset. There is so much to see and do in this county from the stunning Jurassic Coast with lots of cliffs full of fossils and rock formations and natural landmarks such as Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove. Spend your time exploring and relaxing on one of the popular golden sand beaches.
For a splashing good time, visit Splashdown water park in Poole. Fun for the whole family, the water park has 13 indoor and outdoor water slides and 3 splash zone play areas. Located close to the coastline, this is a fun activity for all ages after a walk along the coastline in Dorset.
If you’re taking a lodge break with children, they’ll love this popular museum that delights teddy bear fans all year round. Home to some of the most famous bears including Winnie the Pool, Rupert the Bear and Paddington Bear, this is a great chance for visitors to see an excellent collection of teddy bears. Take a journey down memory lane, see bears that are over 100 years old and buy a teddy to take home from the gift shop.
A grade 1 listed building on a cliff top in Dorset. A family-friendly attraction, this is a must-visit when you’re on holiday in Dorset. Close to two nearby beaches, this is a great stop in-between your trip to the beach. Step inside the stunning medieval gothic castle where you can soak up the history and admire the stunning architecture. Tours are also available for anyone who wants to go behind the scenes and learn more about Highcliffe Castle.
Thrill seekers will find plenty to get their heart racing during their hot tub holiday at one of the best family attractions in the county. The theme park has fun rides, attractions, a play centre, entertainment, character visits and special events. Little ones can enjoy meeting their favourite characters from the TV including Paw Patrol and Peppa Pig. There are rides to suit all ages from the teacups and a caterpillar ride to the jungle falls log flume and pirate ship.
A must-see natural landmark in Dorset, Durdle Door is part of the Jurassic Coast near Lulworth. One of the most photographed and iconic natural landmarks in the UK, Durdle Door is made of natural limestone and a natural arch shape which stands in the sea. Enjoy a walk on the beach (which is also dog-friendly) and see the spectacular Durdle Door in all its glory!
With its blend of coastal and countryside settings, rich heritage and a history dating back to 12,500 BC, there’s a lot to learn, see and enjoy on a getaway to Dorset. Take in the Jurassic Coast, visit the famous cliff tops and revel in the stunning natural scenery. This is one of our top counties to enjoy a lodge break in 2023.
There’s plenty to do here for families with children including days away from the lodge to castles like Highcliffe, and theme parks such as Adventure Wonderland and Fantasy Island Fun Park.
This is also a good location if you’re taking a hot tub break with pets as the area is extremely friendly to dog lovers and you’ll easily find cafes and bars that are dog friendly. See this website for some ideas on the best spots to dine out with both furry and non-furry friends.
Dorset makes for an excellent lodge getaway as you can really unwind and chill out away from it all but there’s also a lot to visit and great places to eat and drink too. The area has a number of cottages, log cabins and cosy glamping parks that can be booked for short breaks or longer getaways.