Hot tub holidays have grown in popularity in the UK with a massive surge in bookings for this month compared to the previous year.
Holiday provider Hot Tub Hideaways has revealed a 57 per cent increase in bookings this November compared to November 2019. It has shared the top hot tub holiday spots in the UK, according to the number of hot tub properties in the area.
Surprisingly, the popular tourist destinations of the Lake District, Devon and Cornwall didn't make the cut.
Carlton Miniott near Thirsk, North Yorkshire, has the most locations boasting a hot tub with 90 properties available with the facility. Kirk Ella, near Hull, is second with 44 properties followed by Ribble Valley's Gisburn with 34 hot tub holiday spots.
Top hot tub spots in the UK
Hot Tub Hideaways has shared a standout selection of properties in the top three spots in the UK.
Woodland Lakes Lodges, Carlton Miniott
It’s clear to see why Carlton Miniott was crowned as the hot tub capital of the UK. Nestled around a number of picturesque fishing lakes in Carlton Miniott, is the Woodland Lakes Lodges.
Each lodge comes with its very own hot tub and with a new leisure centre on-site boasting a large indoor swimming pool and spa, the traditional lodges are the perfect place for a cosy weekend break. Weekly prices from £389 - £1,305
Raywell Hall Country Lodges, Cottingham
Just 15 minutes from the centre of Kirk Ella, is Raywell Hall Country Lodges in Cottingham. At the foot of the Yorkshire wolds on the grounds of an elegant 19th-century manor house, the luxury lodges are a great choice for a romantic retreat.
During a stay, visit the East Riding coastline with beautiful beaches and cliff-top walks. Weekly prices up to £1,369.
Ribblesdale Park Lodges, Gisburn
Surrounded by the Ribble Valley, the Ribblesdale Park Lodges in Gisburn are located in wonderful woodland surroundings with a rural charm.
Just 10 minutes from the local village with a number of pubs and restaurants, there’s plenty to do for a short weekend break. Weekly prices up to £2,059.
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