Lake District Glamping Pods & Shepherd’s Huts With Hot Tubs

Glamping holidays with hot tubs are made better in the Lake District. Located at the heart of Cumbria in North West England, the national park is a treasure trove for adventurers and glampers. The region is known for its numerous lakes, beautiful mountain peaks, and endless grasslands. Whether you’re planning on glamping during a weekend break or staying the entire season, you’ll find plenty of things to love at the Lakes. Find the best glamping lodges and cottages with hot tubs in the Lake District today!

Best Glamping Pods & Shepherd’s Huts With Hot Tubs in the Lake District

The Lake District has tons of properties for your upcoming glamping holiday. All luxury lodges and log cabins featured in this collection boast modern designs, functioning kitchens, and extra amenities. From onsite laundry facilities to outdoor dog shower areas, you’ll have everything you need and more. To elevate your stay, you’re guaranteed to have stunning views of the region’s famous lakes or beautiful woodlands. Discover the best self-catering hot tub breaks in the Lake District below!

  • Wansfell ViewDog Friendly
    Wansfell View
    Limefitt Park near Troutbeck, Cumbria
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2

    Detached lodge situated in idyllic location. Studio concept with front decked area and outdoor games spots. Guest access to pony trekking.

  • The Chard
    The Chard
    Longtown, Cumbria
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Holiday lodge located on the outskirts of Longtown. Covered deck area, garden, private pond, and fire pit. Close to four Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Scotland border.

  • Reflection
    Longtown, Cumbria
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Luxury lodge with studio concept and underfloor heating. Private screened area with shower, hot tub, and chimenea. Guest access to river and countryside walks.

  • Bluebell CabinDog Friendly
    Bluebell Cabin
    Ullswater, Cumbria
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Wooden-cladded cabin in the village of Hutton John. Private garden, shared courtyard, and fire pit. Pet-friendly property with off-road spaces.

  • Beech
    Ulverston, Cumbria
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Studio-style pod with modern interiors. Furnished patio with far-reaching countryside views. Located on a working farm on the outskirts of Ulverston.

  • The Snug
    The Snug
    Longtown, Cumbria
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Bespoke shepherd’s hut with full furnishings. Set within three acres of secluded grounds. Best holiday property for romantic getaways or stargazing trips.

  • High Rigg Shepherd's DelightDog Friendly
    High Rigg Shepherd’s Delight
    Brampton, Cumbria
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Shepherd’s hut from the village of Wetheral. Decking area with lovely lakeside views. Wonderful spot for exploring Cumbria.

  • Rowan
    Ulverston, Cumbria
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Luxurious glamping pod for couples or small groups. Furnished kitchen, cosy bedroom, and sunny patio. Far-reaching views of countryside.

  • Lake Lodge StudioDog Friendly
    Lake Lodge Studio
    Bowness, Cumbria
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Open-plan studio for romantic retreats. Exclusive garden with conservatory and outdoor hot tub. Perfect holiday home for glamping enthusiasts.

  • WillowDog Friendly
    Ulverston, Cumbria
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Glamping lodge on the edges of Ulverston. Set on working farm with beautiful hillside views. Pet-friendly property with private front decking and hot tub.

  • Ballinorig Lodge
    Ballinorig Lodge
    Cleator Moor, Cumbria
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1

    Detached wooden lodge with private decked area and hot tub. Extras include off-road parking and BBQ area. Only a short drive to Whitehaven’s harbour.

  • Esk Pike Lodge
    Esk Pike Lodge
    Skiptory Howe 9, White Cross Bay
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1

    Traditional lodge with modern features. Guest access to swimming pool, clubhouse, and onsite shop. Sheltered hot tub for maximum privacy.


Things To Do Whilst Glamping In The Lake District

Did you know the Lake District isn’t just a place for tourists and romantics? With its endless natural attractions and lovely villages, the Lakes is the perfect destination for glamping holidays. After choosing your glamping base, you’ll be free to explore the national park’s popular hotspots and appreciate its fantastic views. The region has plenty of pet-friendly activities, so don’t forget to bring your furry friend along on the trip. Here are more exciting glamping ideas that you can do while in the Lake District:

Enjoy the walking trails and attractions at Grizedale Forest.

Grizedale Forest is a popular woodland located towards the eastern side of Coniston Water. It was one of the first England forests that was opened to the public, boasting a dedicated sculpture trail and boasting multiple spots for birdwatching. Nowadays, the footpaths have expanded into multiple hiking and biking trails for extreme adventurers. The forest also has an annual rallying competition, a children’s play area, and an educational centre. Grizedale is a great spot for wildlife sightings as well and if you’re lucky enough, you’ll be able to see glimpses of the last members of the Red Deer.

Visit the freshwater exhibits at Lakes Aquarium.

Located along the shoreline of Windermere, the Lakes Aquarium is one of the busiest attractions in the Lake District. The aquarium features many displays of both freshwater and saltwater animals, a conservation centre, and several education tours. After buying tickets, guests are free to roam the themed exhibits and appreciate the lives of marine creatures. The Lakes Aquarium is also close to the Windermere Lake Cruises and the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway in case you want to extend your afternoon of exploration.

Surround yourself with the landscape of Whinlatter Forest.

Whinlatter Forest is another woodland area that you can visit while on your glamping trip. The only mountain forest in the UK, Whinlatter is undoubtedly popular among glampers. It has plenty of trails for walking, hiking, and even mountain biking. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned hiker, you’ll find plenty of routes to challenge you on your visit. In addition to having a visitor centre and picnic area, Whinlatter is pet-friendly as well, so make sure to bring your dogs along for the walk!

Climb the peak and feel the adrenaline at Scafell Pike.

Looking for something more challenging other than forest hikes? Scafell Pike is the perfect antidote for thrill-seeking adventurers. With a height of over 3,000 feet, it’s the tallest mountain in England with some of the most amazing panoramic vistas. There’s more than one way to conquer the summit thanks to the forest’s many hiking trails. The views are also exquisite backgrounds for family picnics or romantic dates. When you visit, remember to make the right preparations as the journey can be quite challenging!

Explore the nearby villages of the Lake District.

The Lake District has lots of quaint villages and medieval towns for glampers to explore. After a day of exploring the countryside, you can choose to rest in your glamping home or check out the quirky shops and take a stroll on the cobbled streets. Some hamlets also have charming restaurants lined up near the lakes and other tourist attractions. So, you can enjoy a warm cup of tea while appreciating the idyllic country views. Many spots around the Lakes are dog-friendly as well, so you can bring your pets anytime

Watch the stars from the Low Gillerthwaite Field Centre.

If you’re looking for a total remote adventure, Low Gillerthwaite Field Centre is the best place to be. Tucked away within the beauty of Ennerdale, the field centre lies within a secluded valley. The nearest public road is two miles away, so you’ll only have the woods, critters, and the stars for company. Thanks to its remote location, the field centre is the perfect spot for stargazing. There’s also an array of activities for adults and children in nature conservation, promoting a complete off-grid experience for glampers.

Spend your trip in total rest and relaxation in your holiday home.

Although setting out on an adventure sounds fun, there may be times during your glamping trip that you’d like to stay in. No worries, because glamping lodges are built exactly for that reason. Whether it’s bad weather or you just want to recharge, you can stay at home and enjoy the perks of your camping base. Soak in your hot tub and enjoy the serene atmosphere from your private deck!

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