Cotswolds Fishing Lodges With Hot Tubs

Located in the central part of England is the famous region known as the Cotswolds. The area is best known for being a top holiday destination thanks to its sweeping valleys, gorgeous hilltops, and free-flowing rivers. But did you know that it’s also a secret angling haven? In fact, the region boasts an incredible collection of fishing ponds and lakes that are straight out of a fairytale. Plan your weekend break and fish to your heart’s content against the exquisite backdrop of the Cotswolds!

Cotswolds Fishing Lodges With Hot Tubs

Dreaming of the perfect fishing lodge? You’re in luck because the Cotswolds has plenty of cottages and log cabins that will fit your ideal home. In this luxury selection, all properties are self-catering and are designed with modern kitchens, comfortable bedrooms, and bright living rooms. These homes also extend their social spaces towards the outdoors with stunning views of the countryside. For easy fishing, most of these lodgings are conveniently placed near fishing lakes with private swims. Check out these private cabins and cottages to rent and spend your hours away fishing within the beauty of the Cotswolds!

  • Maple Lodge
    Maple Lodge
    Chacombe, Oxfordshire
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Studio-style lodging for couples. Al fresco dining and beautiful lakeside views. Underfloor heating for all-year-round holidays.

  • Oak Lodge
    Oak Lodge
    Chacombe, Oxfordshire
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    All-ground-floor lodge within Bridge Lake Farm and Fishery. Open-plan living and dining areas. Wide deck with fire pit, patio furniture, and hot tub.

  • Willow Lodge
    Willow Lodge
    Chacombe, Oxfordshire
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Romantic lodge with studio interiors. Wraparound terrace featuring terrace, gazebo, and hot tub. Near public footpath to Jurassic Way.

  • Douglas CabinDog Friendly
    Douglas Cabin
    Near Clifton Upon Teme, Worcestershire
    Sleeps 7 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 1

    Luxurious log cabin nestled at the heart of working farm. Panoramic views of sprawling grasslands and nearby lake. Less than a mile away from local shops and pubs.

  • Cooper's Lodge - Cotswold Water ParkDog Friendly
    Cooper’s Lodge – Cotswold Water Park
    Cirencester (4.5mls SE), Cotswolds
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2

    Charming lake house for families and friends. Private terrace overlooking lakeside and open countryside. Perfect for beginner walkers and seasoned cyclists.

  • Barn in WorcestershireDog Friendly
    Barn in Worcestershire
    Pershore, Worcestershire
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Rustic cottage set within tranquil country of Worcestershire. Gravelled area with patio furniture and swing chair. Just a short drive from charming Cotswolds villages.

  • 4 Bedroom Villa
    4 Bedroom Villa
    Somerford Keynes
    Sleeps 10 Bedrooms 7 Bathrooms 4

    Detached villa with luxurious interiors. Includes rear deck, roof terrace, and bi-folding doors. Complimentary access to swimming pools, sauna, and steam room.

  • Scout on the Water
    Scout on the Water
    South Cerney
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 3

    Country home built near 114-acre sailing and fishing lake. Bespoke interiors with ceiling glass windows and private deck. Gated community with access to onsite facilities.

  • River Avon Lodge
    River Avon Lodge
    Tiddington, Stratford-upon-Avon
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2

    Family lodge with beautiful furnishings. Extremely pet-friendly property. Only minutes away from pubs, restaurants, and shops.


Fishing In The Cotswolds

With a region as beautiful and broad as the Cotswolds, you’ll never run out of fishing spots. This popular tourist destination is famous for its varied habitats including its long list of ponds, rivers, and lakes. Another advantage when fishing in the area is that most of its spots are closed waters which means you can fish any time of the year. On the other hand, you’ll have to abide by the seasons when river fishing. Nevertheless, the Cotswolds is an incredible location where you can spend your fishing getaway. Here are several favourite spots from seasoned anglers:

Ashton Keynes Angling Club

The Ashton Keynes Angling Club is a membership club from Cotswold Water Park. The latter contains more than a hundred lakes and numerous leisure facilities. If you have an annual membership, you’ll get exclusive access to fishing spots and private fishing pegs. Members also have dibs on Lake 32, the area’s largest lake, where they can catch species of bream. The club is particularly active from autumn until winter thanks to the increasing popularity of pike fishing!

Bibury Trout Farm

Birbury Trout Farm is England’s oldest working trout farm located in the quaint village of Birbury. Since its opening in 1902, the farm has served as a popular fishing spot for novice and experienced anglers, as well as a must-visit location for family holidays. The farm consists of multiple lakes spanning over 15 acres of landscaped grounds where guests can try their hand at trout fishing. It’s also open daily all year round so you can visit anytime. The best part is that the farm is pet-friendly as long as you keep your dogs on the lead!

Horcott Lakes

Horcott Lakes is a fishing lake found in the historical town of Fairford. The lake network consists of three main lakes with the biggest one spanning over 20 acres. Horcott is quite well-known around the Cotswolds for producing some of the best-looking carp in the region. In fact, one of the biggest carp ever caught in the area weighed more than 40 pounds. Fishing is extremely popular during the summer, especially with the idyllic backdrop of the Cotswolds!

Horseshoe Lake Fishery

Horseshoe Lake Fishery is a fishing lake situated on the outskirts of Lechlade. In case you didn’t know, the 62-acre lake was once a gravel pit but was transformed into the natural attraction you know today. According to seasoned anglers, the lake is famous for its diverse quality of carp and bream. If you want to catch your own, locals would recommend using corn or pink baits. The fishery also has amenities to ensure that guests are comfortable and well-equipped. Feel free to check out their tackle shop, cafe, and showers!

Ham Pool Lake

Ham Pool Lake is an exclusive fishing lake within the village of South Cerney in the Cotswolds. The area is owned and managed by the South Cerney Angling Club, but the membership is definitely worth it. Ham Pool is known for its scenic countryside, lush lily pads, and its eight-acre lake containing an abundance of carp, bream, and trouts. The waters are well-stocked and even welcome some chubs in recent years. Members also have access to the onsite clubhouse and bar. It’s the perfect place to fish, relax, and socialise with friends!

Lemington Lakes

Lemington Lakes is another member-only fishing spot located in Moreton-in-Marsh. The residential park boasts 60 acres of parklands, three fishing lakes, and multiple ponds for breeding fish. Since it’s an exclusive area, members can expect total privacy during their nature excursions. Lemington is also a great location for woodland walks and rural retreats thanks to its remote atmosphere!

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