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The Best Coastal Lodges with Hot Tubs on the Isle of Wight

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With its natural beauty, the Isle of Wight is the perfect location to find a range of lodges with hot tubs to soak you’re worries and stresses away. Experience stunning sea views and dreamy sunsets from your very own outdoor tub.

Here are our favourite hot tub lodges on the Isle of Wight:

1. Whitecliff Bay, Bembridge

Beach locations don’t get much better than this, and Whitecliff Bay has it all. Outdoor and indoor pools, bars and restaurants, golden beach views, activities for all ages and a whole host of accommodation options. It’s not hard to see why this holiday park is popular for a hot tub holiday on the Isle of Wight.

Hot Tub lodge accommodation on the Isle of Wight at Whitecliff Bay Holiday Park

Whitecliff Bay have the most extensive range of hot tub lodges on the island. From exclusive lodges, to modern caravans and superior chalets, some are also dog-friendly for your 4-legged family member. Choose from:

  • The Rockstar – the exclusive lodge where you can party all night and chill by the spa during the day! With the added bonus of a hot tub on the outdoor decking, you really will feel like a Rockstar!
  • The TriBeCa – get the Manhattan loft look whilst on a quintessential British island!
  • Indulgent Caravan – stay in one of these to really appreciate how caravans do feel like lodges in their modernisation.
  • Luxury Lodge – light and airy, bringing the outdoors in, you’ll find it hard to leave this outdoor decking whilst soaking in those hot tub and sunset evening vibes.
  • Indulgent Lodge – roomy and sociable, this extra special accommodation comes with sea views aplenty
  • Superior Chalet – a great holiday base with a hot tub to take away all those aches and pains!

Book now through Booking.com for a great deal on your hot tub break!

The Rockstar Accommodation, Whitecliff Bay Isle of Wight - hot tub lodge Isle of Wight
Exclusive Hot Tub lodge on the Isle of Wight – Image credit: Whitecliff Bay, Away Resorts

2. Woodside Coastal Retreat, Wootton, Near Cowes

If you are looking for a quieter stay with sea views, check out Woodside Coastal Retreat.

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Entirely surrounded by nature and tucked away in an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’, lush woodland absorbs you whilst overlooking the tranquil waters of The Solent. With direct access to the beach and close to the gateway of the Island, this is the perfect location.

Outdoor hot tub views don’t get much better than this. Unwind in warm bubbles, taking in the water views and soaking up the peaceful atmosphere. Perfect for some Water Wellness.

Woodside Coastal Retreat offers a range of hot tub lodges on the Isle of Wight. Choose from their Osbourne Premier Lodge, sleeping up to 4 people, or splash out on the state of the art Tennyson Premier Lodge, sleeping up to 8 people. There are plenty of other sizes to choose from, all whilst being pet-friendly hot tub lodges.

Hoseasons Woodside Hot Tub Lodge Isle of Wight
Hot Tub Lodges on the Isle of Wight – Image credit: Hoseasons

3. The Bay, Colwell, Totland Bay

This Away Resorts haven on the west side of the Isle of Wight is a true reflection of what the island is all about. Peaceful. Relaxing. Stunning coastlines.

As a quieter resort, let your hot tub accommodation be your perfect explorers’ haven. There is plenty to see and do locally and a heated indoor pool and coffee house on site, with seasonal activities and entertainment.

The Bay may not have hot tub lodges available, however they go one better with their stylish and beautiful cottages. Contemporary-styled, open-planned, fully equipped, and comfy furnishings await you in this tranquil hot tub holiday on the Isle of Wight. Pets are also welcome.

The Bay Colwell Hot Tub
Hot Tub Cottage on the Isle of Wight at The Bay, Colwell – Image credit: Just Lodges

4. Hot Tub Modulogs in the heart of the island

Any mention of lodges with hot tubs on the Isle of Wight must highlight Tom’s Eco Lodges. Whilst not on the island’s coast, they are nestled into the heart of the Isle of Wight’s hillside beauty at Tapnell Farm. These unique dog-friendly Modulogs – similar to log cabins – are specially designed for guests to take glamping to the next level. Inside, you’ll find a log burner, homely soft furnishings and open planning spacious living. Outside, there is your own private decking area, outdoor seating, BBQ, fire pit, plenty of logs and the all important outdoor wood-burning tub!

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Nothing beats relaxing in hot water in the open air – especially during the colder months. It’s a welcoming feeling. These wood-burning tubs don’t produce bubbles like hot tubs, so it really is like sinking into your own outdoor bathtub! Just don’t forget your rubber duck!

Hot Tub Log Cabin on the Isle of Wight
Unique Modulog accommodation with outdoor hot tub at Tom’s Eco Lodge, Isle of Wight – Image credit: Skargards

5. Alternative Hot Tub accommodation

If you are looking for the ultimate privacy and space, you’ll find a beautifully converted barn at Knights Farm, close to Ryde. Whilst there may not be sea views, you can enjoy a stunning holiday home with everything you need for the perfect break on the Isle of Wight.

Another alternative is the Pass the Keys family retreat, also close to Ryde. This dog-friendly accommodation offers the privacy of an enclosed garden with an inflatable hot tub to soak into after those long days of exploring!

Don’t forget to check out the best coastal hot tub lodges in Hampshire to extend your break back on the mainland.

Do you have a favourite lodge with hot tub on the Isle of Wight? Are you planning a special break soon to relax those tense muscles? We’d love to know in the comments below.

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