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7 stunning UK holidays with hot tubs you can still book for April

These breaks won't stay around for very long...

Nichola Murphy

Who else is excited for 12 April? That is currently the date UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said one household will be allowed to stay at a cottage or holiday let.

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And with UK staycations set to remain popular in 2021 even after restrictions have eased, we predict holidays will be selling out fast in the coming months. 

So if you're ready for a weekend getaway where you can let your troubles melt away in a warm hot tub, we've done the hard work for you and rounded up the best holiday lets you can book for April (hot tub included!). Pick your favourite…




Set in North Devon’s Tarka Country is this cute little woodland cabin called Little Silver Fox, which comes with its own private hot tub. One of three luxury shepherd's huts, it offers a king-size bed topped with Egyptian cotton, a wood-burning stove and a Nespresso machine, while the North Devon coast is less than a half-hour drive away.

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Looking for a spot of luxury on the south coast? This four-bedroom house in Brighton boasts separate living spaces for adults and kids, as well as views over the sea. So you can relax in the hot tub while gazing at the beautiful ocean – what's not to love?

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Cheshire, Hampshire, Norfolk and more



From Hampshire to Norfolk and Cheshire, book one of the stunning Golden Oak cabins from Forest Holidays situated up and down the country. Whether you want a one-bedroom place or a three-bedroom house, each comes with an outdoor hot tub and breathtaking forest settings. 

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Peak District



The aptly-named Clock Cottage features an unusual clock-shaped frosted window which was originally from the clock face of the village church – so it's both cute and Instagrammable! Safely nestled behind a set of private electric gates and surrounded by open countryside, the cottage boasts an open-plan living area with underfloor heating. Outside, a pathway leads to a private garden with a luxurious hot tub.

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Head to Shropshire for some country air with this barn conversion, set within close proximity of Shrewsbury and offering access to plenty of stunning hillside walks. Perfect for couples looking for a romantic break, the Bank House Barn's spacious hot tub is situated on its own private courtyard – all you need is a glass of your favourite wine.

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There's nothing quite like a cosy wooden cabin, and this one in Dorset will not disappoint if you're after a short break. A cosy bed, paved patio area and private hot tub are just a few of the amenities, but it's worth noting that it only comes with a kettle and not a full kitchen.

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Beacon Hill's cutting edge Treehouse is tucked away on the south side of a beautiful 40-acre beech wood. The romantic accommodation boasts a small balcony that's perfect for morning coffee or evening drinks, as well as a private patio. On-site is a purpose-built observatory plus a spa with indoor heated swimming pool and a Jacuzzi.

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