Lodges with hot tubs in North Wales
If you're looking for lodges with hot tubs in North Wales, you're spoilt for choice. With the natural playground of Eryri (Snowdonia) National Park on the doorstep, you can mix your relaxation with some outdoor adventure too. A perfect combination.
The Coach House, Penmachno, Eryri (Snowdonia)
Close to Betws y Coed, the centre for outdoor activities in Eryri (Snowdonia), The Coach House is a five star, spacious stone cottage, ideal for adventure seekers. After a day hiking through epic mountains, screaming down a zipline or exploring ancient slate mines, you can ease your tired muscles in the bubbling hot tub on the private terrace. Two bedrooms (one double and one twin) and plenty of lounge and kitchen space make it ideal for a family with teenage kids.
Faraway Follies, Faraway, Llandegla, Denbighshire
Located on the edge of a grouse moor, with leafy oak trees all around, the three cabins at Faraway Follies have heaps of wood-framed charm. Families with school-aged kids will fall in love with Copse Camp. There's a treehouse wallpapered with kids' comics with a mezzanine sleeping area, two gypsy caravans, a rope bridge and fire pit. It comes with a fully-equipped kitchen, wood-fired stove and hot tub. There's great mountain biking and walking right on the doorstep.
Lodges with hot tubs in Mid Wales
Mid Wales could be the place for you if you want seclusion and space for your Wales hot tub break. Expect wild natural beaches, pretty stone villages and mile-upon-mile of rolling countryside.
Lôn Lodges, Rhayader, Powys
Located on a 300-acre working farm, Lôn Lodges offers two luxury eco-lodges, ideal for families and a seriously lovely Safari Lodge with a four poster bed. The eco-lodges sleep six in three bedrooms, have underfloor heating and feature roomy lounges and fully equipped kitchens. The Safari Lodge has a log burning stove, comfy sofa, kitchen and shower room. All come with their own private hot tub. There are nature trails from the front door with detailed notes describing the wildlife and flowers you'll see along the way.
Bryngwyn Canol Cottages, Llandre, Ceredigion
There are three really lovely stone lodges to choose from at Bryngwyn Canol Cottages. They've all been renovated to a high standard with top quality kitchens and exposed wooden beams. All have their own secluded garden with a covered hot tub - useable whatever the weather. Dog lovers will be pleased to know that their pooches also get the lux treatment. Two cottages have heated dog wash facilities. There's also a dog welcome pack and list of dog-friendly beaches nearby.
Plas Robin Rural Retreats, Llandyssil, Powys
Plas Robin Rural Retreats comprises two angular, architect-designed lodges. They're the lap of luxury with sleek bathrooms and designer kitchens. Vast expanses of glass in the living rooms with bi-fold doors opening out on to private terraces mean you get panoramic views across green fields dotted with sheep and leafy woodland. There are log burners to keep you cosy and, of course, private hot tubs out on the terraces.
Cwmcoedog Cottages and Glamping, Lampeter, Ceredigion
Fancy a cabin where the roof comes off? Cwmcoedog Cottages and Glamping really does have some of the coolest lodges with hot tubs in Wales. The Sky Hut has a folding roof that slides up and outwards to reveal the starry skies. Flick the switch and lie back and watch it happen. The Dragon's Eye features a huge bulbous set of windows in the shape of (you guessed it) a massive eye. The two cosy glamping pods are ideal if you're on a budget. All four share a barbecue, games area, pizza oven, boating lake and bubbling hot tub.
The Firs & the Larches, Llanidloes
Three miles outside Llanidloes, the Firs and the Larches 5 star lodges are based up in the hills overlooking beautiful countryside. The verandas provide lots of outside space to chill out and enjoy the rural views from the hot tub! There's a real Scandi vibe to the single-story luxury lodges, with spacious open plan living areas, and two airy double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms.
Squirrel's Nest, Llandrindod Wells, Powys
Squirrel's Nest is home to some extremely swanky treehouses. These three luxury wood-framed cottages are set up among the branches of mighty trees. They have big terraces, huge sofas, fully equipped kitchens and vast fluffy beds tucked up under the eaves. Giant windows look out across the Powys countryside, there are copper baths in the bathrooms, hammocks and your own outdoor hot tub on the deck. Only one word will do: tree-mendous!
Lodges with hot tubs in West Wales
With miles of sandy coastline and verdant countryside to explore, lodges with hot tubs in West Wales are ideal for beach lovers and walkers alike. Whether you want to catch waves and build sandcastles or enjoy the great outdoors there's plenty to choose from.
Glanyrafon, Penstacan, Cilycwm Carmarthenshire
If getting back to nature is your thing, Glanyrafon is just perfect. This stream-side cottage was once a water mill and it's surrounded by woodland. Huddled in the foothills of the Cambrian mountains, close to the Brecon Beacons National Park, it's an ideal spot for pulling on the walking boots and exploring the spectacular countryside. And there can be few better ways for relaxing after your exertions than lying back in the outdoor wood-fired hot tub, with the myriad stars laid out in the dark night skies above.
Mill House, Nolton Haven, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire
The rugged Pembrokeshire coastline and secluded sandy beaches really are a stone's throw from beautifully renovated and secluded Mill House. With two bedrooms and a mezzanine play area it's ideal for families. After a day of sandcastles and body boarding on the beach or walking the Wales Coast Path you can enjoy dinner on your private terrace and then relax in the private hot tub and do a little star gazing.
Lodges with hot tubs in South Wales
Lodges with hot tubs in South Wales make an ideal base for exploring the cultural and natural attractions around here - including our buzzing capital Cardiff, the quiet beaches of the Glamorgan coast and the spectacular ruins of Tintern Abbey.
Ty Tangwlyst Farm Cottages, Porthcawl, Glamorgan
You have 90 pedigree Holstein cows for company on this 120-acre dairy farm and you can enjoy fresh milk, butter and cream during your stay. Accommodation at Ty Tangwlyst Farm Cottages is in four attractive old stone farm buildings that feature all sorts of interesting nooks and carnies. All are cosy boltholes with wood beams, log burners and antique furniture. Three of the four have private hot tubs. As well as exploring the farm, you can wander through 25 acres of ancient woodland.