What is it about hot tubs? Everyone wants one. According to a recent survey, more homeowners desire a hot tub in their garden than a greenhouse. While it should be noted that the 2 products perform slightly different roles (tomato plants don’t take too well in a hot tub), it’s telling that in recent years the hot tub has become so desirable once again.
If you’re not fortunate enough to own a hot tub – or a garden for that matter – your dreams of joining the elite needn’t be cruelly dashed. The solution, when you think about it, is simple: book a luxury holiday rental that comes with its own hot tub. After a week spent drinking beer, wrinkling your skin and pretending that you’re partying in the Hollywood hills circa 1976, you’ll be ready to step out of the tub and get on with your life. Until next year at least, when you can do it all over again.
Ah, the Lake District. A draw for hill walkers, cyclists, climbers, anglers and anyone else who lives for the outdoors. From Kendal to Windermere, the Lake District never ceases to delight with its sleepy villages, market towns, riverside walks and rambling trails that lead through the hills and valleys.
The vastness and diversity of Scotland attract a range of visitors year-round who are intrigued by its ancient woodland, stunning Highlands, historic castles and lively cities. If you’ve always dreamed of spending a week cosied up in a Scottish holiday cottage with a hot tub, stop dreaming and get it booked.
The Cotswolds is best known for its picturesque towns and villages, characterised by thatched cottages, historic churches, antique shops and tiny art galleries housed in converted mills and grain stores. The weekly farmers’ markets are full of good food and lively chatter, while the village pubs serve as a focal point for the local community.
There are many reasons to visit Gwynedd, Wales’ most north-westerly county. Home to the sprawling Snowdonia National Park, Gwynedd’s beguiling landscape is pitted by steep ravines, snow-capped mountains, gurgling streams and wild moorland. When you’re not exploring the great outdoors, you’ll want to unwind in comfort and style.
The northern county of Yorkshire is known for its verdant countryside, epitomised by the Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors, and its historic places of interest, including the walled city of York. If you prefer the privacy and convenience of a self-catering holiday home, then why not consider a premier properties in Yorkshire complete with its own hot tub.
With 300 miles of coastline, quaint fishing villages and stunning countryside, it’s easy to see why Cornwall is one of the UK’s top holiday destinations. Here, you'll find everything from traditional Cornish cottages for romantic holidays to sprawling holiday homes perfect for groups, many with the ultimate luxury feature: the hot tub.