For that truly luxurious experience, a farm holiday with a private hot tub can be high on the agenda.
Hot tubs, jacuzzi, spa … whatever you call them, they all help you to totally relax and make the most of your countryside holiday experience.
A welcoming, romantic hot tub can be either indoors for a cosy night in for two or outdoors so you can enjoy panoramic views or stargaze from the warmth of the bubbling water – all year round.
A little luxury on your working farm holiday
Holiday accommodation with a hot tub adds an element of luxury to your well-earned staycation, whether for a weekend break or a holiday. Some of our properties even offer a sauna or a full pamper experience through links with local suppliers.
With massaging jets and soft underwater lighting, a warming jacuzzi is a welcome way to end a day of rambling, exploring or simply relaxing in the comfort of your accommodation.
Farm Stay UK has a number of accommodations that include a hot tub – from glamping and camping to high end self-catering or B&B – all set in the most amazing rural locations and with farm stays across Britain’s dark sky reserves, there’s no better way to take in the view.
A hot tub for two… three, four, five or six
If your planned holiday is of the romantic variety (anniversary; proposal; honeymoon) then peaceful, secluded and cosy accommodation with a hot tub is ideal.
Of course, it might be a celebration with friends and a hot tub certainly helps everyone get into the party mood.
You might also want to bring the dog! Many farm stays are pet friendly and while pooches can’t take the plunge in the hot tub, they are most welcome to share your special time away with you.
The health benefits of a hot tub
As well as adding that touch of luxury, hot tubs also have health benefits of muscle relaxation. If you’ve enjoyed a day on the fells, moors or exploring the local culture, you can look forward to the hot tub at the end of the day.
So, sit back, relax and enjoy the views from your hot tub and enjoy the best in countryside, rural breaks in the UK.