Winchester Holiday Cottages & Lodges With Hot Tubs

When holidaying in Hampshire, it’s almost impossible to miss its main city. Nestled within the valleys of the county is the sprawling municipality of Winchester. It’s a place steeped in history and surrounded by exquisite views of the countryside. For nature lovers, it’s the gateway to the endless woodlands of New Forest. Only an hour or two away from the bustling city of London, Winchester provides a relaxing escape into the idyllic rural life!

Winchester Hot Tub Breaks: Luxury Holiday Cottages, Lodges & Log Cabins

With a city as busy as Winchester, you can definitely expect a long list of flexible accommodations. Couples in search of a romantic retreat will find their haven in a traditional country cottage. On the other hand, families and friends can enjoy tons of space within contemporary holiday homes. And if you ever need to get away from it all, this collection of luxurious properties also has remote huts and cabins for total rest and relaxation. Experience a holiday like never before in the city of Winchester!

  • Hamble ReachDog Friendly
    Hamble Reach
    Burridge, Hampshire
    Sleeps 10 Bedrooms 5 Bathrooms 3

    Thatched country home with games room, play area, and spacious gardens. Pet-friendly property with enclosed dog-walking paddock. Direct access to the banks of the River Hamble.

  • Rooksbridge BarnDog Friendly
    Rooksbridge Barn
    Burridge, Hampshire
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2

    Newly-renovated barn featuring open-plan living and dining areas. Lounge room opens to terrace and lawn with outdoor seating. Property includes landscaped gardens and charming gazebo.

  • The Garden Room
    The Garden Room
    Southampton, Hampshire
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Modern holiday home with studio layout and mezzanine bedroom. Bifolding doors open to raised deck and sun loungers. Located at the heart of the village of Upham.

  • Hot Tub Retreat - Hartley Wine EstateDog Friendly
    Hot Tub Retreat – Hartley Wine Estate
    Alton (3ml SE), Hampshire
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Studio shepherd’s hut for couples. Located on 80-acre vineyard with stunning country views. Walking distance to nearby dog-friendly pubs.

  • Bluebell Copse Cottages
    Bluebell Copse Cottages
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 3

    Refurbished cottage featuring beautiful exposed beams. Extras include games room and onsite treatment room. Property set on 70 acres of countryside.

  • 4 Bedroom HomeDog Friendly
    4 Bedroom Home
    Bishops Waltham
    Sleeps 9 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 3

    Grade II holiday home located on edge of medieval market town. Enclosed lawned garden with outdoor sitting areas. Well-behaved dogs are welcome.

  • Finest Retreats
    Finest Retreats
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 3

    Contemporary home nestled in Stockbridge. Multi-level garden with pergola, swim spa, and terrace. Close to boutique shops, local pubs, and delicious eateries.

  • 3 Bedroom Lodge
    3 Bedroom Lodge
    Hursley, Winchester
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2

    Award-winning log cabin on the edges of Winchester. Open-plan living and dining with vaulted ceilings. Direct access to golf course, ancient woodland, and nature trails.

  • 2 Bedroom Lodge
    2 Bedroom Lodge
    Hursley, Winchester
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2

    Modern refurbished lodge for couples or families. Lounge area opens to private deck with country views. Located near popular golf course.


About Winchester & The Area

Winchester is a cathedral city found at the very centre of Hampshire. Built on the banks of the River Itchen, the city is dominated by its urban landscape and vast flatlands. It’s considerably smaller than its neighbouring cities, but due to its prime location and incredible history, it’s a favourite country retreat among holidaymakers.

The city is represented by ancient landmarks including Winchester Cathedral. For literary buffs, it’s also where legendary author, Jane Austen, spent her remaining years. Winchester has fascinating lore as showcased through their local museum. Visitors are also quick to fall in love with the city’s many nature trails.

Things To Do On Your Winchester Hot Tub Break

Are you visiting Winchester for the first time? The city is filled with plenty of impressive attractions, drawing hundreds of crowds every summer. From checking out historical sites to exploring the nearby countryside, you’ll never run out of exciting things to do throughout your holiday. Here are the most iconic spots to add to your Winchester bucket list:

Visit the historical halls of Winchester Cathedral.

Located at the heart of Winchester, Winchester Cathedral is almost synonymous with the city itself. The structure was first built in 1079 and was only finished in 1532, encompassing more than 500 years of history. Aside from being a testament to the past, the cathedral also has many interesting facts. It serves as the burial site for the famous writer, Jane Austen, and is one of the longest medieval cathedrals in the world. Winchester Cathedral is extremely popular among tourists and receives thousands of visits each year.

Explore the beautiful trail of South Downs Way.

South Downs Way is a national trail starting from Winchester and ending in East Sussex, covering at least 100 miles of beautiful grounds and coastal views. Visitors can complete the cycle or simply enjoy the short trails within the Winchester area. Either way, you’ll be treated to a wonderful journey among deep thickets and heathlands. It’s considered a beginner trail with defined paths and landmarks, but it’s best to bring a map if you’re exploring for the first time. The trail is also available for exploring on bikes and is very pet-friendly.

Learn more about local lore at the Winchester City Museum.

Considered one of the city’s crown jewels, Winchester City Museum is a treasure trove for history buffs. The museum has an impressive collection of artefacts dating back to the Iron Age. In addition to showcasing its rich local past, the museum also features a collection of items from Jane Austen during the last years of her life. Guests are free to participate in its array of onsite activities including dressing up in period costumes. When you visit, remember to stop by the museum’s scale model of the city during Victorian times!

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