Hot Tubs for Holiday Parks and Lets – from Treehouses to Shepherds Huts

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Wales is home to breathtaking scenery – from pristine coastline to rugged mountains, verdant hills and lush valleys – so it’s no wonder it attracts visitors from far and wide. Here, we’ve listed some of the beautiful and unique holiday cottages, hobbit houses, treehouses, coastal retreats and more where we’ve supplied and installed our luxury hot tubs. 

So, if you’re planning a holiday, you can get some inspiration for your next stay below. Or if you’re running your own holiday cottage or hotel, then get in touch to see how one of our luxury spas can help to enhance your guests’ experiences and boost your bookings.

Hobbit Houses

The Burrow Dolassey

Seamlessly blended into the hillside, these stylish hobbit houses are a private rural retreat – and a perfect base for exploring the surrounding countryside and attractions, including the breathtaking Elan Valley and historic Powis Castle. Go nature spotting on winding woodland walks, enjoy lunch at a country pub and sink into the hot tub for the perfect end to a perfect day. 

Dolassey Farm, Bleddfa, Knighton, Powys,


Wild Welsh Treehouses

Wild Welsh Treehouses’ Ty’r Derw is nestled in the heart of the Cambrian mountains. Enjoy panoramic views of the Welsh countryside from the outdoor copper bath, including farm meadows and woodland, or relax in the private hot tub. Just a short hop to Aberystwyth for pubs, shops, restaurants or a walk along the coast.

Moelgolomen, Talybont, Ceredigion,

Squirrel’s Nest

This upmarket glamping retreat is the perfect spot to relax and unwind in secluded bliss. With three stylish treehouses to choose from, you can enjoy your own private hot tub, relax on the decking or toast marshmallows around the fire pit. Treat yourself to something extra special with a hamper or massage. 

Llandrindod Wells, Powys,

JiBinc Treehouse

This welcoming treehouse property is nestled in the heart of Ceredigion, boasting views of forests and farmland, and just a short trip from the coast. Lounge in the private hot tub on the decking, warm up around the fire pit, enjoy a walk around the grounds or take a day trip to nearby Aberystwyth for a lunch and a coastal stroll.

Llanilar, Ceredigion,

Cuckoos Hideaway

This beautifully designed treehouse is a gorgeous retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, where you can take in sea views or enjoy the bar area and pizza oven, or sink into the bubbling hot tub to relax in natural surrounds. Just a short drive from the coastal town of Aberaeron, where you can explore local independent shops, bars and restaurant, or stop for a drink overlooking the harbour. 




Perched on the cliffs between Llangrannog and Cwmtydu, some 300 metres above sea level, this really is a room (and a hot tub) with a view. If you’re looking for privacy, its isolated location guarantees it, while nature lovers will have plenty to look out for, as its located on a  Site of Special Scientific Interest. Its location overlooking the bay makes it ideal for spotting dolphins, seals and gulls.

Llangrannog, Llandysul,



This airy coastal house overlooks Hells Mouth beach, offering sweeping views of the Llyn countryside, Eryri (Snowdonia) mountain range and Pembrokeshire. Enjoy the views of sand and surf from the warmth of the luxury hot tub, or take advantage of the games room in wilder weather. On sunny days, you can make the most of the coastal location with trips to the many nearby beaches, a walk on the coastal path or a boat trip to Ynys Enlli. 

Rhiw, Pwllheli,

If we’ve installed a hot tub for your holiday park or let, and you’d like to be included in this post, please drop us an email at with relevant imagery so we can add you to the list.

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