Cheshire Luxury Lodges & Cabins With Hot Tubs

Located near the border of England and Wales, the county of Cheshire is one of the best hot tub break destinations. The region is known for its sprawling plains, winding rivers, and idyllic countryside views – creating the perfect backdrop for holidaymakers. For eager guests looking for the ideal rural retreat, the town of Warrington should be next of their must-visit list. On the other hand, the city of Chester provides an exciting blend of modern and cultural attractions. So, on your next holiday, book the right home from home with the best holiday lodges with hot tubs in Cheshire!

Luxury Lodges & Log Cabins With Hot Tubs in Cheshire

Holidays in Cheshire are made even better when you can relax in total luxury. Luckily, you’ll have plenty of elegant homes to choose from in this curated collection. These luxury lodges and log cabins are designed to fit modern tastes and provide for your daily needs. From exclusive bubbling hot tubs to outstanding country views, you’ll never want more with these holiday properties. Choose your second home with the best self-catering hot tub breaks in Cheshire below!

  • The ElliottsDog Friendly
    The Elliotts
    Chorley, Lancashire
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Stylish barn conversion for romantic getaways. Open-plan concept with patio area and private hot tub. Perfect spot for walkers, cyclists and nature lovers.

  • Cedar LodgeDog Friendly
    Cedar Lodge
    Whitegate, Cheshire
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 2

    Set within 35 acres of Northwich. Holiday lodge with beautiful interiors and outdoor dining area. Comes with uninterrupted countryside views.

  • Fairvale HouseDog Friendly
    Fairvale House
    Whitegate, Cheshire
    Sleeps 10 Bedrooms 5 Bathrooms 3

    Holiday home with entertainment suite and hot tub. Spacious kitchen, underfloor heating, and croquet set available. Near local attractions and amenities.

  • 40 Delamere PointDog Friendly
    40 Delamere Point
    Delamere, Cheshire
    Sleeps 8 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 2

    Holiday lodge with wraparound decking and lakeside views. Near peaceful strolls and natural attractions. Well-behaved pets are welcome.

  • Two Hoots
    Two Hoots
    Northop, North Wales & Snowdonia
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Glamping pod with luxury furnishings. Raised deck with hot tub and BBQ grill. Offers magnificent views of the River Dee estuary.

  • Ewe Two
    Ewe Two
    Oakenholt near Northop, North Wales
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Modern lodge with private decking, shared garden, and communal shed. Located on working farm with country views. Ultimate base for exploring North West.

  • Woodman's Lodge
    Woodman’s Lodge
    Nantwich, North Wales & Snowdonia
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2

    Modern lodge located on the outskirts of Cheshire. Cosy lounge spaces and outdoor hot tub. Ample off-road parking for adventurers.

  • Greenwood HouseDog Friendly
    Greenwood House
    Whitegate, Cheshire
    Sleeps 10 Bedrooms 5 Bathrooms 3

    Country home set in idyllic Cheshire countryside. Secluded garden, games room, and hot tub. Can accommodate up to three dogs.

  • GreenacresDog Friendly
    Disley, Peak District
    Sleeps 12 Bedrooms 6 Bathrooms 3

    Luxury country home nestled in beautiful scenery. Features include bubbling hot tub, enclosed garden, and private parking. Property can be decorated for special occasions.


Holiday Cottages & Houses With Hot Tubs in Cheshire

When it comes to cosy homes, the county of Cheshire has plenty of charming properties within its borders. All cottages and houses in this featured selection boast unique features, gorgeous gardens, and even pet-friendly spaces for your furry friend. Most of the properties also come with extra perks such as hot tubs, underfloor heating, and easy access to local amenities. Whether you’re staying for a quick break or a week-long stay, you’ll find true comfort with these country homes. Select the ultimate holiday home with these private cabins and cottages to rent for your weekend break in Cheshire!

  • Primrose Cottage
    Primrose Cottage
    Mold, North Wales & Snowdonia
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Reverse-level cottage located on the outskirts of Mold. Private raised garden, BBQ grill, and off-road parking. Access to woodland, paddocks, and local shops.

  • The Dairy
    The Dairy
    Chester, North Wales & Snowdonia
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Lovely terrace house in rural setting. Communal gardens, exclusive courtyard, and hot tub. Close to historical attractions, tourist spots, and stargazing areas.

  • Elv Cottage
    Elv Cottage
    Chester, North Wales & Snowdonia
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Charming Victorian house situated on the banks of River Dee. Contemporary interiors with breakfast bar and bistro furniture. Minutes away from shops and pubs of Chester.

  • Milton Green FarmDog Friendly
    Milton Green Farm
    Milton Green near Tattenhall, North Wales
    Sleeps 12 Bedrooms 6 Bathrooms 5

    Pet-friendly country home surrounded by natural wonder. Furnished patio, onsite pond, and games room. Near the historical city of Chester.

  • The Shippon
    The Shippon
    Chester, North Wales & Snowdonia
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2

    Delightful cottage set within suburbs. Gated courtyard, underfloor heating, and hot tub. Perfect location for countryside walks and sightseeing.

  • The Hay Barn
    The Hay Barn
    Chester, North Wales & Snowdonia
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Holiday home with modern interiors. Open living and dining spaces with off-road parking. Ideal location for romantic getaways.

  • Cheshire Cheese Cottage
    Cheshire Cheese Cottage
    Tattenhall near Chester, North Wales
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Barn conversion overlooking three-acre paddock. Includes original features, lawned garden, and sun loungers. For small groups or families.

  • Well Farm Waterside RetreatDog Friendly
    Well Farm Waterside Retreat
    Hawarden, North Wales
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Holiday lodge with country-style furnishings. Walking distance to pubs, shops, and castles. Serene bolthole for rural retreats.

  • Talon Banks BarnDog Friendly
    Talon Banks Barn
    Mold, North Wales
    Sleeps 8 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 3

    Detached barn conversion with stylish interiors. Extras include games room, enclosed garden, and dog field. Close to local walks, country parks and attractions.


Things To Do In Cheshire

Looking for ideas for your next trip to Cheshire? The region is full of adventures for all types of holidaymakers. Laidback guests will love exploring the quaint towns and enjoying the views from the backyards of their country homes. Meanwhile, glampers will be delighted to learn about the county’s exquisite grasslands and challenging peaks. And if you’re visiting for the first time, you can stop by the famous hotspots and enjoy being a tourist. Here are more fun activities and places to check out while holidaying in the county of Cheshire:

Find the top places in town through Bridge Street.

Bridge Street is the main street within the town of Warrington and the busiest district in the area. Stretching from the River Mersey up to the Golden Square Shopping Centre, the spot is filled with shops, pubs, and other commercial ventures. It’s extremely popular among holidaymakers who love window shopping during their weekend breaks. Bridge Street is also known for its impressive architecture and charming exteriors. If you’re a fan of Victorian and Edwardian buildings, you’ll love walking through the area!

Tour the decorated halls of Warrington Museum and Art Gallery.

Located within the main square, the Warrington Museum and Art Gallery is considered the oldest museum in town. The museum’s architecture alone is worth the visit thanks to its beautiful Neoclassical exteriors and charming interiors. When you visit its galleries, you’ll be greeted with tons of local artefacts, botanical displays, and breathtaking artworks. Among the museum’s treasured collections include a rare Egyptian sarcophagus, medieval manuscripts, and acting masks from Roman times. History buffs will surely love this spot and you’ll find endless exhibits to explore!

View St. Elphin’s Church’s stunning spires and stone walls.

St. Elphin’s Church is one of Warrington’s most enduring landmarks. The structure goes back to the 14th century and is considered the town’s parish church. Despite undergoing several rounds of renovation, most of the original stonework still exists today. St. Elphin’s also has one of the tallest spires in the country and boasts a splendid collection of alabaster sculptures. Visitors are free to explore the church’s inner sanctums and even stop by St. Ann’s Chapel and check out its historical vault!

Visit the city’s iconic landmark — Chester Cathedral.

When visiting the city of Chester, you must stop by the famous Chester Cathedral. Found at the heart of the city, the cathedral is renowned for its impressive architecture including its inner halls, towers, and stone walls. If you love listening to history, you can book one of the scheduled tours and get to know the church’s thousand-year past. Guests can climb some of the spires and admire the sprawling views of the city. If you’re tired from walking around, the cathedral also has gardens where you can rest your feet and sniff the fresh flowers!

Stop by the famous ornate clock of Eastgate.

Eastgate is another iconic landmark that you can’t miss out! Found close to the Chester Cathedral, the arch gate is literally the city centre and one of the busiest spots in the area. The gate itself dates back to Roman times but still has the original stonework with the added ornate clock on top of it. If you’re visiting Chester for the first time, Eastgate should be the first on your must-visit list. Feel free to take pictures in front of the famous arch and go window-shopping at the nearby shops!

Learn more about endangered animals at Chester Zoo.

If you’re looking for a fun day out with the family, it’s highly recommended to visit the Chester Zoo. The attraction spans over hundreds of acres and cares for thousands of animals, making it one of the biggest zoos in the region. From endangered mammals to exotic plants, there are various displays that can pique your interest. The zoo also has plenty of events and workshops that can entertain adults and children. If you’re up for learning, there are guided tours that you can book to make the most out of your visit!

Arrange a fun family day at Grosvenor Park.

Grosvenor Park is another family-friendly attraction that you can visit within Chester. It’s an idyllic parkland found on the banks of the River Dee with pockets of woodlands and beautiful water views. Locals and tourists love the park because of its many attractions including dedicated playgrounds and an open-air theatre. Children can even go on a fun ride aboard the park’s miniature railway. And when the day is done, you can sit back, relax, and soak in the riverside scenery!

Go on an exciting boat tour along the River Dee.

For a relaxing day out, why not visit the River Dee? Holidaymakers love strolling on the guided paths along the river. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can rent a boat or kayak and tour the city through its waters. There are also lots of amazing picnic spots by the river where you can pack a lunch and just enjoy the nature views. And if you’re travelling with a bigger group, there’s a cruise you can join where you can hang out, eat together, and wait for the dreamy sunsets!

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