10 beautiful Cornwall lodges with hot tubs

Last updated on September 22, 2022

Cornwall Lodges with Hot Tubs

I’m not sure there’s any better way to elevate a stay than including a hot tub. Ending the day with a glass of bubbly and a soak adds instant indulgence. And there are plenty of Cornwall lodges with hot tubs to choose from.

From little romantic getaways to huge family retreats, we’ve chosen our pick of the best holiday lodges with hot tubs in Cornwall.

Also see our guide to the best Cornwall Airbnbs, the best luxury family hotels in Cornwall, and the best things to do in Cornwall with kids. All would be perfect to include in a UK road trip.

And if hot tubs are your jam, we also have guides to hot tubs in the Lake District and Devon.

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10 best Cornwall lodges with hot tubs

Hen House Hideaway, Saltash

This converted stone barn on Lower Marsh Farm has plenty of character and quirks, including an original chapel. There’s an outdoor hot tub, and you can also use the farm’s other amenities including a tennis court, an orchard with a hammock, basketball hoop, woodland, and a private shingle beach right on the river. You can also book a foraging workshop, stand-up paddle boarding, wine tasting and more.

They have another rental, Orchard Cottage, available too. This is one of our absolute favourite lodges in Cornwall with a hot tub.

What Plum Guide says: “It’s clear that converting this traditional stone barn into a luxury home has been a labour of love. Set across two floors, it’s a warm and cosy space that’s the ideal base for enjoying the scenic Cornish countryside.

“The great outdoors is the real draw here. The home makes up part of Lower Marsh Farm, which means chickens and ducks roam the grounds freely – and there are even Highland cows too.”

Plum Guide listing: Hen House Hideaway

Price: From £66 per night

Sleeps: 8 people (4 bedrooms)

Boulder Blue, Newquay

Boulder Blue is a special place to stay near Newquay and Watergate Bay. Huge floor-to-ceiling windows take advantage of the view, and there’s a big garden where you’ll find the hot tub. The design has a coastal vibe with lots of wooden touches, shades of blue and stylish modern furniture.

What Plum Guide says: “Staying at Boulder Blue allows you to make the most of this beautiful area of England, whether it’s strolling across the nearby green fields and along coastal paths, or walking to the beach at Watergate Bay for surfing.

“Enjoy the large garden and go for a dip in the hot tub, watch the sunset from the sofa-style outdoor seating, or cook on the barbecue for an al fresco meal in the sun.”

Plum Guide listing: Boulder Blue

Price: From £229 per night

Sleeps: 10 people (4 bedrooms)

Redwood, Saltash

Redwood is one of three cute pods on The Greenhouse Spa Retreat, a vegan, minimalist retreat in Saltash. There’s an outdoor stove for cooking, as well as a fire pit on the private patio. And you can even get on-site spa treatments in the gardens. A hot tub and sauna is shared between the three pods.

If you book it at the right time it can work out as good cheap lodge with a hot tub in Cornwall.

What the guests say: “This glamping experience exceeded all our expectations in every way. The pod was cozy and quiet. The addition of fairy lights made it a perfect retreat at night. The hot tub was a lovely way to end the days and our treatments at the spa were lovely.

“Victoria and Dan were excellent site hosts and responded quickly to any questions we had. We will definitely be back!”

Plum Guide listing: Redwood, Saltash

Price: From £95 per night

Sleeps: 2 people (1 bedroom)

Old School, Fowey

This converted Victorian School situated on the slopes of Fowey has incredible views, including from the hot tub. It has a modern industrial design aesthetic with lots of plush and fun touches, including a ping pong table in the living area.

It sleeps up to 16 people, so would be an amazing place for a group getaway. There’s even a projector, so you can have your very own movie nights.

It’s one of the best luxury lodges with a hot tub in Cornwall.

What the guests say: “The house really is impressive. High ceilings and very well furnished throughout. It’s just a lovely place to be in and 5 star finish throughout. We were lucky enough to book the main house at very short notice, after checking out early from a hotel we didn’t like.

Julian was very responsive and frankly moving was the best thing we could have done. It saved our holiday and was a massive step up from any hotel we could have stayed in. Can’t recommend the house enough and hope to come back again at some point.”

VRBO listing: Old School, Fowey

Price: From £550 per night

Sleeps: 16 people

Brea, St.Ives

This stylish bungalow cottage has a stunning hilltop location with views of the sea, Godrevy Lighthouse and the beaches of St.Ives Bay, one of the most beautiful places in the world. The perfect place to base yourself on a St.Ives trip and enjoy a hot tub with a view come the end of the day.

What the guests say: “The cottage was in an excellent position between Carbis Bay and St Ives. Both within walking distance along the coastal path. The cottage was well presented and well equipped. The owners, Andrew and Victoria, were very welcoming and we’re responsive to requests without being intrusive. The hot tub was a nice way of relaxing after a long day of walking.”

VRBO listing: Brea, St. Ives

Price: From £162 per night

Sleeps: 6 people (3 bedrooms)

The Ferry House, Lelant

The Ferry House is a special place to stay, practically on the beach, in Lelant, close to St.Ives. You’ll awake to views of the bay and can spend your days soaking up the coastal life. There is a spacious private lawned garden with an enclosed heated, swimming pool and hot tub.

Do note that it’s an 150m walk along the coastal path to the house from the church where guests can park.

What the guests say: “We really enjoyed our stay and left relaxed and renewed. The Ferry House is a very special place and my partner spent hours watchcing the tide and beach activity. Very thankful for nice food item gifts on arrival for my partner’s birthday and banners around the house made it extra special.

It was low key entry and exit, all as described, house clean and all items needed for good food and good rest. Again, a very special place and we are lucky they share such a gem with us city folk.”

VRBO listing: The Ferry House, St.Ives

Price: From £250 per night

Sleeps: 8 people (3 bedrooms)

Cornish Blue, Watergate Bay

The seven-bedroom Cornish Blue vacation home is a perfect group retreat for Watergate Bay and Newquay. There’s even a private cinema room. The outdoor hot tub is covered, so perfect for all seasons. I love the bright blue exterior!

What Plum Guide say: “In the cute hamlet of Tregurrian, just by Watergate Bay, Cornish Blue is in a great spot to experience the more active side of Cornish life. And when the weather isn’t cooperating, you can retreat to the games room, or the home cinema.

There’s even a covered hot tub in the garden. Admittedly, the design of Cornish Blue won’t do it for everyone (the bathrooms in particular feel a bit samey), but the practicality and the location of the home more than make up for that.”

Plum Guide listing: Cornish Blue, Watergate Bay

Price: From £687 per night

Sleeps: 14 people (7 bedrooms)

See Two Seas, St.Just

See Two Seas is a pretty fabulous barn conversion in the cliff-top hamlet of Bollowal, overlooking the National Trust owned Cape Cornwall, near the town of St Just.

It has great style with lots of statement wallpaper, rolltop baths and thoughtful attention to detail.

There are epic sea views, and it’s on a farm, so you can sample the homegrown produce.

What the guests say: “Absolutely stunning property, owners were very friendly and helpful, provided a lovely welcome basket of goodies and also supplied us with some lovely fresh vegetables from their farm.
“Beautiful location and so well equipped with everything you need for a relaxing holiday. Will return again.”

Sykes Cottages listing: See Two Seas, St. Just

Price: From £222 per night

Sleeps: 8 people (4 bedrooms)


Festivities is a gorgeous Grade II-listed Georgian Manor House for up to 14 guests in central Cornwall. It’s on thirty acres of gardens with lots of woodland paths, ponds and rolling hills to explore.

The outdoor hot tub is the perfect place to end the day with some candeles lit for good measure.

What Plum Guide says: “Inside, you’ll be blown away by the high ceilings, chic decor, and period-inspired furnishings for an elegant and atmospheric visit. With seven bedrooms and two drawing rooms, there’s plenty of space for everyone to spread out or come together to enjoy each other’s company. At the end of a long day, soak your tired muscles in the outdoor hot tub with its candles and LED lighting.”

Plum Guide listing: Festivities

Price: From £229 per night

Sleeps: 14 people (7 bedrooms)

Wagon Wheel, Helston

I love this glamping site in the Cornish countryside where you can stay in one of seven little cabin with gorgeous views. It’s on a golf course that guests can use, and there’s also an on-site restaurant and playground.

What the guests say: “Explore hidden coves, picturesque harbours, or stay on site and play on the football golf course. After a day out, sink into the jacuzzi with a glass of wine. Cosy around the wood burning stove before heading to the on-site restaurant. Bid the day farewell and wish the twinkling stars overhead goodnight.”

Plum Guide listing: Wagon Wheel, Helston

Price: From £229 per night

Sleeps: 4 people (2 bedrooms)

More Cornwall lodges with hot tubs

Some more options include: Goonwinnow; Wheel House; Festoon Nights; Newquay Group House; and Wyvern House.

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Best Cornwall lodges with Hot Tubs

All photos courtesy of Plum Guide, VRBO and Sykes Cottages.

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