There is absolutely no reason why you should not take the dogs with you on a log cabin holiday with a hot tub. These log cabin breaks are usually rural and perfect for pet-friendly holidays.
Soothe your tired limbs with warm jets and bubbles and return home from your holiday refreshed after a change of scene. Select a dogs welcome log cabin from the list below:
Go for a dog friendly holiday with your partner staying in a pine lodge or log cabin that has the added luxury of a hot tub on the veranda or in the garden.
So many stunning pine lodge locations for self-catering breaks in England that also accept dogs.
Stay in the south west for beach holidays in Devon, Cornwall or Somerset, go north for spectacular landscapes in the Lake District, Yorkshire and Northumberland.
Do you like Scots Pine, red squirrels and rhododendrons in May?
Stay in a pine lodge where red squirrels visit, take the dog walking in Scottish woodland and on the gloriously empty beaches. Scotland offers seclusion and calm in a way that no other country of the UK can match.
The vast open spaces and rough terrain in the Brecon Beacons attracts endless streams of walkers and their dogs.
All rural parts of Wales are excellent for pet-friendly pine lodge breaks. Find that special pine lodge with its own hot tub in Wales and have a few good active days outdoors.
Irish people love their dogs, they usually have a dog or two around, especially in the country.
Ireland is a good place to go for a pine lodge holiday if you want to spend time contemplating your navel and finding your inner self.
Take the dogs, saunter through meadows and attune with nature. The dogs will help. A hot tub aids the relaxation process.
Going away on holiday is relaxing once you have arrived and settled into your log cabin accommodation. The dog might be anxious and curious about its new surroundings and also needs some reassurance.
Once everyone is feeling comfortable, the real holiday relaxation begins to kick in and everyone starts to enjoy themselves.
Irrespective of where you visit for days out or which activities you participate in, it is always delightful to return to your own holiday pine lodge and soak away in a swirling hot tub.
There are certain aspects of log cabin holidays that could make a difference to your personal satisfaction with the holiday.
You may have visions of a secluded log cabin or pine lodge set on a hillside and secluded from the world by woodland. This dream could be shattered if you discover that the log cabin you have booked is one of a group set in rows in a field. It's just not what you had envisioned.
An independent owner may be letting their personal log cabin holiday home. Ask about the surroundings and general area, where you can walk the dog and how many log cabins are sited there.
The worst situation is of rows of regimented log cabins with no charm or atmosphere.
There are plenty pine lodge holiday parks that have planned the layout carefully and set each lodge away from the others within it's own wooded garden. This type of log cabin holiday park can be seen on the shores of Lake Windermere in the Lake District, in the Derbyshire Peak District and in several other national parks and coastal locations.
A little privacy is essential if there is a personal hot tub; no one wants to share their private pleasure with passing strangers. Check out the fine details before booking a pet-friendly log cabin break.
Time is running out, grab that last minute log cabin holiday that allows dogs to stay.
Go somewhere on holiday that keeps everyone satisfied, family plus dogs.
Dogs like the Lake District, the freedom, open spaces, water to bathe in and plentiful walks.