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Dorset is home to some of the best coastal destinations in South-West England, with some of the top watersports available across the United Kingdom. With a full-packed day on or by the water, it makes sense to find the perfect relaxation in these top coastal holiday lodges with hot tubs in Dorset.
There are plenty of hot tub breaks, from luxury lodges to more budget-friendly holiday lodges. We recommend booking these types of accommodation well in advance as they fill up quickly. Nothing is worse than being disappointed when you have your heart set on something…
Here are some of the top picks for your next hot tub lodge break in Dorset, just a stone’s throw away from the coast:
Weymouth is popular for these beautiful spa lodges tucked away on the edge of the world-famous Jurassic coastline. Enjoy the golden beach and all the activities in this charming town before soaking in one of their private hot tubs for the ultimate romantic treat.
Take glamping to the next level with their Safari Lodge Hot Tub accommodation; one of the few options for glamping in Dorest with a hot tub! Or go in style in one of their Signature or Deluxe Signature Holiday Homes with secluded hot tub experiences.
As part of Dorset Coastal Cottages, be spoilt with far-reaching sea views at the Lynwood Lodge Collection. These contemporary but cute coastal lodges are perfect for a romantic getaway. Luxurious and with modern facilities; all available during your stay. Located just outside of Weymouth but still close to the coast, they are ideal for exploring the local area.
Enjoy a stay at Ocean View, Log Cabin (one of the few log cabins in Dorset with a hot tub), The Garden Room (with hot tub sea views!) or The Little Lynwood. All are reasonably similar in price but have their own quirks and charm.
These luxury lodges come highly recommended, and it’s not hard to see why!
Explore Europe’s largest natural harbour in the stunning location of Poole. Being a watersports paradise, enjoy the water surrounded by natural conservation and unspoilt woodland. Talking about woodlands, Sandford Holiday Park is hidden amongst the trees, but the coast is only moments away.
This popular Parkdean Resort is made for the ultimate family holiday. There are so many activities on-site that it will be hard to leave. Indoor and outdoor pools, sports facilities, entertainment, the list goes on. It continues to grow and develop each and every year. Stay within holiday lodges, lodge caravans or houses with private verandas, where the hot tub is just waiting for you to slip inside!
We also love that Sandford Holiday Park has gone one step further and made a fully accessible Lodge Caravan with Hot Tub accessibility. With a perfectly situated hoist, this one really does tick all the boxes.
This holiday park by far has the largest range of holiday lodges with hot tubs in Dorset.
Warmwell, an award-winning Conservation holiday destination, is a popular lodge-only park situated close to the coastal town of Weymouth. The whole family will be spoilt for choice with things to do, on and off the park.
Their website has all the activities and accommodation available, some with hot tubs and don’t miss the Boathouse Bar and Restaurant on-site!
Close to the picturesque coastal town of Swanage, this park offers a range of Dorest lodges with hot tubs and caravan accommodation options. Suitable more for an adult’s break, soak in views of the countryside whilst relaxing in the warm bubbling water around you. And don’t forget that glass of bubbles too!
There are several homes and cottages with hot tubs in Dorset, scattered along the coastline and further inland, including the New Forest. Check out Beachlets or Skyes Holiday Cottages for a full range of accommodation options.
Are you dreaming of staying at a holiday lodge with a hot tub in Dorset? Have you already stayed in one and want to recommend it? We’d love to know in the comments below.
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