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Lodges with Hot Tubs in Wales
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With its rolling hills, rugged mountains, and medieval castles, Wales is one of the best locations for a hot tub break in the United Kingdom. Whether it’s a romantic stay for two, a family holiday, or a group getaway, you have an array of options to choose from.

To help you narrow down your choices, we’ve compiled a list of some of the best lodges with hot tubs in Wales, ranging from luxury barn conversions on working farms to snug cabins with private hot tubs.

20 Best Lodges with Hot Tubs in Wales

1. Bwlch y Gliced, Ceredigion

Set on a working family farm in the Welsh countryside, this holiday cottage with ocean views is the perfect place for a relaxing break.

It features a fenced-in yard with garden furniture and a private hot tub from which to enjoy the calming countryside views, plus BBQ facilities.

The property is also within easy reach of all the amenities in Talybont village.

2. Bwthyn Yr Afon, Barmouth

Featuring a bubbly hot tub that’s perfect for a quiet night in, this cozy detached cottage is ideal for a couple’s romantic retreat near the Snowdonia National Park.

You can spend the day exploring Snowdonia, visit the nearby towns of Barmouth and Harlech, or engage in various outdoor activities such as hiking, paddle boarding, and mountain biking.

You can also bring your dog along for the trip since the property is pet friendly.

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3. Canvas and Campfires, Ceredigion

For those seeking a rustic and romantic retreat in the Cambrian Mountains, look no further than Canvas and Campfires.

This picturesque smallholding features luxury safari tents and a beautifully renovated stone barn called Beudy Bach or “the little cowshed”.

The cowshed is ideal for a couple’s getaway with a cozy double bedroom, open-plan kitchen/living/dining area, and a private hot tub, while the safari tents are perfect for families or large groups of friends.

4. Cefncilwg, Llandeilo

Occupying a refurbished farmhouse in the idyllic Welsh countryside, this stunning five-bedroom accommodation is perfect for a family vacation.

While the adults will enjoy soaking in the private hot tub and taking in the panoramic views, the kids will be delighted by the play area and the Shetland ponies and alpacas in the neighboring field.

There’s also a unique garden dome that can be used for stargazing or as an outdoor cinema.

5. Craig Y Nos, Betws-y-Coed

Perched on the summit of the Betws-y-Coed hillside overlooking the wild and beautiful landscape of the Snowdonia National Park, this quaint wood-clad pod is an excellent option for a secluded romantic retreat.

The inside features chic furnishings, underfloor heating, and a wood burner to keep you snug, as well as a kitchenette, a double bed, and a shower room. There’s also an outdoor hot tub on a raised deck from which to enjoy the breathtaking views.

For those who enjoy spending time in the great outdoors, there are ample opportunities to hire bikes and cycle the nearby mountain railway or hike to the summit of Snowdon itself.

The accommodation is also close to the charming town of Betws-y-Coed, which is famous for its impressive collection of craft shops, boutique stores, and indie coffee shops.

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6. Cwm Tawel, Bridgend

Offering an alternative holiday experience for families and friends near Bridgend, Cwm Tawel is a luxury yurt and tipi camping site in the spectacular Llynfi Valley, South Wales.

Each yurt features an eclectic blend of rustic and ethnic furnishings and comes complete with a log burner and a private deck with a BBQ area and seating. There is also a large wood-fired hot tub from which you can admire the green hills of the Llynfi Valley.

The yurts can accommodate up to 16 guests in total and the entire site can be booked for a fun group glamping trip in the Welsh countryside.

In terms of things to do, Cwm Tawel is surrounded by numerous walking and cycling trails and is just 20 minutes away from the beautiful beaches of Ogmore and Porthcawl.

7. Ash Lodge, Llangurig

Boasting three luxury lodges with hot tubs in the heart of Mid Wales, this five-star accommodation is ideal for a romantic getaway or a hot tub break with a large group of friends.

Each lodge offers contemporary open-plan living, spectacular countryside views, and its own private hot tub.

The property is located on the outskirts of Llangurig village, where you can find a variety of shops and eateries, while those who love outdoor adventure will find it in the nearby Hafren Forest.

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8. Firs Lodge, Narberth

Surrounded by mature woodland, Firs Lodge offers luxury holiday accommodation in a secluded private park in Narberth, South Wales.

Amenities include a spacious open-plan kitchen/living/dining area, central heating, and a private hot tub from which to enjoy the peaceful setting. It features two bedrooms, one with an en-suite, and can accommodate up to four guests.

In terms of things to do, the property is just a short drive away from an array of attractions, including the world-renowned Pembrokeshire coastal path.

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9. Godremamog Mill, Capel Iwan

If you’re looking for an extraordinary hot tub break in West Wales, consider staying at Godremamog Mill.

This award-winning accommodation consists of four self-contained, self-catering apartments occupying a converted watermill on the banks of a salmon river.

Sleeping up to 16 guests in a picturesque woodland setting, Godremamog Mill is the perfect retreat for a rural escape with family or a large group of friends.

Amenities include a hot tub, heated swimming pool, and indoor BBQ facilities.

10. Hen Glyn, Brecon Beacons

Located in the Brecon Beacons National Park, this quaint farm cottage with an outdoor hot tub is the perfect place to unplug from the daily grind.

The property is home to several way-marked walking trails and also offers direct access to the Black Mountains, providing ample opportunities for immersing yourself in nature.

The cottage itself features a fully-equipped kitchen with a microwave and a refrigerator, while the living room has a wood-burning stove for those chilly evenings. The cottage also has central heating throughout.

11. Hot tub Cottage in Bala

Conveniently located on the edge of a market town, this beautiful self-catering cottage is within walking distance of a wide array of shops, cafés, and restaurants. It’s also just 500 meters away from all the watersports at Bala Lake, making it a great option for outdoor enthusiasts.

Additionally, the cottage makes a great base from which to explore everything that North Wales has to offer, with white water rafting, scenic walking trails, and a narrow-gauge railway being just a few of the attractions in the area.

On-site amenities include free Wi-Fi, underfloor heating, and a bubbling hot tub.

12. Lovers’ Lodge, Llandrindod Wells

Featuring a decked area with a private hot tub that’s ideal for relaxing in under the stars, this contemporary lodge-style accommodation in the rolling Radnorshire countryside is perfect for a romantic getaway.

The lodge features one bedroom with a double bed, a shower room, and an open-plan kitchen/living/dining area. The lodge is heated by electric radiators and is well-insulated.

Given its rural location and the dark night skies of the region, the lodge is in the ideal spot for stargazing. There are also plenty of picturesque villages and historic market towns to explore nearby.

13. Luxury Farmhouse, Powys

Situated on a sprawling property with its own private entrance, this luxury three-bedroom farmhouse in Mid Wales comes with a bubbling hot tub and many other modern amenities.

These include a fully-equipped kitchen, a spacious living room with a cast iron electric wood burner, a fully-enclosed yard with garden furniture, and a children’s play area.

All three bedrooms offer stunning views of the countryside, and one has a luxurious en-suite bathroom.

The property is equidistant from the country towns of Llandrindod Wells and Rhayader, while the surrounding area provides ample opportunities for outdoor activities like pony trekking/horseback riding, fishing, and cycling.

14. Melin Mabes, Pembrokeshire

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Featuring three unique accommodation options, each with its own private hot tub, Melin Mabes in Pembrokeshire offers a one-of-a-kind experience to guests.

You can choose between their Spodnic UFO, Mabel Gypsy Caravan, or Templar Tree House.

The Spodnic UFO can sleep up to four guests, featuring one double bed and a handmade sofa bed that converts into bunk beds.

The caravan is the perfect retreat for couples seeking a romantic getaway, featuring a raised double bed with luxury bedding, a cozy wood-burning stove, and a covered hot tub with a retractable roof for stargazing.

The Templar Tree House is also geared towards four guests and is perfect for a family with small children. It comes with a fire pit for cozy evenings toasting marshmallows, a private hot tub, a pond with a rowing boat, and a slide that offers a fun way of getting down from the tree house.

15. The Piglet Pod, Ceredigion

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A rural retreat set amid idyllic scenery; the Piglet Pod is a stylish glamping option for two in West Wales.

Inside you’ll find all the home comforts you could ask for, including a small but functional kitchenette, a luxurious bathroom, and a sumptuous king-sized bed that offers prime in-bed countryside views. The pod also comes with air conditioning and a heating system to keep you comfortable no matter the weather.

Best of all, it comes with a sunken hot tub that’s ideal for spending a romantic evening under the stars.

16. Rustic Retreats, Derbyshire

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Set in a peaceful rural location on the outskirts of the Peak District National Park, Rustic Retreats offers a choice between two luxurious cottages, each with its own unique features.

The first is a semi-detached 18th-century cottage that was beautifully renovated in 2019 and can accommodate up to four people. Amenities include a well-equipped kitchen and a living room with comfortable seating around a wood burner, as well as a luxury hot tub on the back patio.

The second cottage occupies a building that’s approximately 400 years old and sleeps a total of five guests. It features a combination of traditional and modern features and boasts spectacular countryside views that can be enjoyed from the hot tub outdoors.

17. Stellar Safari Lodge, Rhayader

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Located near the spectacular Elan Valley in Mid Wales, Stellar Safari Lodge is a rural escape that offers guests the chance to unwind from the stresses of everyday life.

The lodge has three bedrooms, two doubles and one with bunk beds, sleeping a total of six people. There’s a cozy wood-burning stove and a plush three-seater sofa for lounging in front of the fire.

Other amenities include an en-suite shower room at the rear of the tent, a fully-equipped kitchen, a fire pit area that’s perfect for toasting marshmallows in the evenings, and a private wood-fired hot tub overlooking the rolling hills. Pure bliss!

18. The Wilds, Crickhowell

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Situated on 60 acres of private farmland in the Brecon Beacons National Park is this traditional Welsh farmhouse that’s steeped in both history and beauty. Affording luxury self-catering accommodation to groups of up to 12 people, it offers one of the best hot tub holidays in North Wales.

The main farmhouse has four bedrooms, while an additional two bedrooms are available in an adjacent barn conversion. Both the main farmhouse and the barn annex have their own kitchen.

The outside has a woodfire oven where you can bake delicious homemade pizza and a bubbling hot tub from which you can enjoy the panoramic views of the valley below.

19. Tub for Two, Hay-on-Wye

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Occupying a beautifully restored railway carriage near the historic town of Hay-on-Wye, this charming escape has everything you need for a relaxing stay for two, including an ornate wood-fired hot tub that’s perfect for romantic evenings under the stars.

The carriage features reclaimed sleepers and rustic furnishings, including a traditional wood burner for those chilly evenings. An old water tank functions as a kitchenette, while a converted grain silo serves as the bathroom, complete with a shower. There’s also a king-sized bed that offers stunning views of the Brecon Beacons.

20. Wigwam Holidays Hafren, Powys

Enjoy a cozy glamping experience with Wigwam Holidays Hafren, located deep in the heart of the Cambrian Mountains. There are six luxurious glamping pods to choose from, each with its own private outdoor dining area offering lovely views of the countryside.

All the cabins are also fitted with a bathroom and kitchen facilities, as well as every other home comfort you could ask for. Additionally, two of the cabins also feature wood-fired hot tubs that are perfect for a romantic getaway.

Wigwam Holidays Hafren also offers “Stargazing Weekends” that allow guests to get acquainted with astronomy and observing the night sky.