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21st August 2017

Lodges with Hot Tubs in South of England

The South of England is a great choice for UK holidays with milder temperatures than the North of the UK and some lovely towns, villages and beaches to explore.  Hot tub holidays are the latest thing and provide a fantastic alternative to hotels and apartments.  Lodges provide a luxurious and spacious base for your stay and give you the freedom to spend your holiday how you choose. Some of our favourite lodges with hot tubs in the South of England include Jaybelle Grange Lodges in Littlehampton.  The lodges have a stylish and contemporary feel and were brand new in 2009. The Beech Lodge and Oak Lodge both have private outdoor hot tubs and come with flatscreen Tvs as standard.  Crowhurst Park Lodges are also an excellent choice with an enviable location in East Sussex. The Manor House setting is unique and the lodges are well designed and equipped.  The Country Plus Lodge is amazing with a location within the Victorian walled garden.
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Woodside Coastal Retreat

Woodside Coastal Retreat is part of our Evermore Lodge Collection, a blissful haven of peace and tranquillity nestling in a secluded beachside location between Cowes and Fishbourne.

Marwell Lodges

The location of these gorgeous lodges will appeal to active families and couples - close to 3 golf courses and an assault course with zip wires. If you prefer a leisurely swim you can make use of the pool at the Marwell Hotel.

Shorefield Country Park

Just a stroll away from the beautiful coast, this charming park is perfect for a relaxing holiday but has the benefit of family friendly facilities right on the doorstep.

Hoburne Naish

Hoburne Naish is a really unique park with a hillside location and fabulous sea views looking out to the Isle of Wight.

Blackwood Forest Lodges

Gorgeous lodges in Hampshire providing a stunning hideaway from everyday life - perfect for couples and families.

Golden Cross Lodges

Charming villages and stunning beaches await you in this area of East Sussex. Golden Cross Lodges provide a super stylish base to explore, with private outdoor hot tubs. The local gastro pub is a real bonus.

New Forest Lodges

Superb lodges in Hampshire overlooking gorgeous lakes and within easy reach of the quaint market town, Ringwood.

Tilford Woods

When is comes to local areas of beauty with golf facilities, sailing and fishing close by then Tilford Woods holiday lodges have it all.

Rookley Country Park

If you are keen to explore the Isle of Wight and want to stay in unique surroundings then Rookley Country Park offers the perfect retreat with live evening entertainment.

Oakdene Forest

With a stunning award winning setting Oakdene Forest Park will appeal to families with plenty to keep everyone entertained from crazy golf to a game zone with video games.

Jaybelle Grange Lodges

For a relaxing family holiday or a romantic break for two then Jaybelle Grange Lodges in Littlehampton are highly recommended.

Colwell Bay formerly Island View

Colwell Bay offers the perfect base for families and couples looking to holiday on the Isle of Wight and who are looking for a tranquil and good quality place to stay.

Crowhurst Park Lodges

Crowhurst Park Lodges are the place to go if you are looking for an award winning park close to the Sussex coast and many local attractions.

Why We Love The South of England

The South of England is a fantastic choice for a family lodge holiday with plenty of fun days out to be had in the area. Lodge holidays in areas such as Kent are also ideal for couples and groups of friends looking for spacious and luxurious accommodation in an area with numerous attractions.

The Hop Farm offers fun for children of all ages and the fun starts as soon as you enter with Giant Jumping Pillows and huge Outdoor Play Area and Frame with Slides, Bridges, Towers and much more. There are also a number of rides including the gentle Victorian Carousel. A ride on a Shire Horse is a great way to explore the park and as you wander around you will find the fantastic Lost World Maze, the Magic Factory and the crazy 3D Great Goblin Hunt.

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Port Lympne - The Aspinall Wild Animal Experience is one of the regions most popular attractions and should be top of your list if you have animal lovers in the family. The site is home to over 500 rare and endangered animals from all around the world including the beautiful Siberian Tigers and the largest breeding herd of Black Rhino outside of Africa. The park was set up to protect endangered species and while enjoying the experience visitors can learn about the dangers the animals face in the wild and the reasons for their decline. The centre aims to return animals to the wild wherever possible and the enclosures are designed closely match the animals natural habitat.

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If you have young children and are wondering what to do on a rainy day then Imagine Playcentre - Kent's biggest indoor children's adventure play centre is THE place to head! The huge indoor site is ideal for children under 12 and offers a huge 3 level play structure, a triple storey wave slide, bouncy trampolines, a large padded sports area for football and other games as well as a dedicated  Babies and toddlers soft play areas. While the kids are running wild adults can relax in the comfy seating area and enjoy a tasty meal or snack.

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Bedgebury National Pinetum & Forest is another very popular attraction and is great for families as there is loads of open space for children to run around. Bedgebury is home to the beautiful National Pinetum and a further 2000 acres of forest as well as an excellent adventure play trail. Families can explore the site via the miles cycling routes and for the more experienced rider there are also 12 km of mountain biking tracks. The specially designed play area features a butterfly climbing wall, a spider's web, a ship wreck and tree stump nest tunnels. Other activities include Go Ape aerial ropes and a brand new zip wire course.

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