The Best Hotels With Jacuzzis to Book in the Cotswolds

Indulge in a relaxing getaway to the Cotswolds
Indulge in a relaxing getaway to the Cotswolds | © Prisma by Dukas Presseagentur GmbH / Alamy Stock Photo
Isabella Noble

If you didn’t think the Cotswolds – that quintessential hilly and green slice of the English countryside – could get any more idyllic, try soaking up the area’s serenity from a hot tub, champagne in hand. Whether you choose to visit Chipping Campden or Moreton-in-Marsh, the Cotswolds is full of peaceful, charming English villages – not to mention luxurious hotels with a growing number of private jacuzzis. Here are our picks of the best hotels with hot tubs in the Cotswolds – bookable with Culture Trip.

1. Tewkesbury Park, for all-inclusive luxury near Cheltenham

Spa Hotel, Golf Hotel, Hotel

The stately white exterior of the Tewkesbury Park Hotel set atop a wide green lawn in the heart of the western Cotswolds
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Nestled between Cheltenham and the Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Tewkesbury Park is an all-inclusive hotel and spa in the heart of the western Cotswolds. Family-run, this extraordinary complex houses a spa and fitness centre that includes a pool, hot tub and treatments, and an 18-hole golf course on the site of the Battle of Tewkesbury (1471). Its 93 plushly furnished rooms feature quality Hypnos beds, Instagram-ready views and, in the Opulent Historic Suite, high-quality, handcrafted retro furnishings.

2. Beaumont House, for a manor stay in central Cheltenham


The Out of Africa Suite with animal-print decor and rough-hewn wood furnishings at Beaumont House, Cotswolds
Courtesy of Beaumont House / Expedia

Looking for a Cotswold lodge with a hot tub, king-size Hypnos beds and plenty of other luxuries, all wrapped up in a picturesque manor house? Look no further than Beaumont House. Built in the 1850s of Cotswold stone in the centre of the spa town of Cheltenham – a fashionable retreat since the 18th century and the most complete Regency town in Britain – the Beaumont is a beauty. For a touch of tropical-themed pampering, opt for the Out of Africa suite.

3. Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, for a stay in a Regency townhouse in Chipping Camden

Boutique Hotel

A-frame ceilings with exposed wood beams of a cosy bedroom with desk at the Cotswold House Hotel
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A honey-gold Regency townhouse sets the tone for a blissfully restorative Cotswolds escape in picturesque Chipping Campden. Stroll through gardens of scented cypresses and neatly clipped hedges to the old coaching house, now transformed into a swish spa with a hydrotherapy pool, steam room and treatments such as vitamin-glow facials and personalised essential-oil massages. Private whirlpools beckon from your terrace in the hot tub suites.

4. The Greenway Hotel and Spa, for a centuries-old manor retreat in Cheltenham

Spa Hotel, Luxury

Zero-edge indoor pool with fountains, warm stone walls and loungers at Greenway Hotel in the Cotswolds
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Wandering around this elegant 500-year-old country manor outside the Regency town of Cheltenham, you will inevitably be tempted by the sparkling Elan Spa – with original-period wood beams, exposed brick, moody lighting and a heated hydrotherapy pool. Best of all is the outdoor hot tub on a private terrace – perfect with a glass of Veuve Clicquot. The Mini Spa Day package includes a blissful Espa treatment, pool and hot tub time, and afternoon tea. Graceful country styling extends to the rooms, where you can lay your head in an antique four-poster bed with Cotswolds views.

5. Charingworth Manor, for a private outdoor hot tub in Chipping Camden

Chain Hotel, Spa Hotel, Hotel, Luxury

The stone exterior of Charingworth Manor in the Cotswolds, with rows of lavender along the path through the lawn
Courtesy of Charingworth Manor / Expedia

The story goes back 700 years at history-packed Charingworth Manor, near Broadway and Chipping Campden – TS Eliot once stayed here. Settle into the Cotswolds lifestyle with a soak in your private outdoor hot tub – just two rooms of this kind – and a trip to the seductive spa, which has a heated pool, a sauna and a steam room infused with eucalyptus oil. In the evening, roam the expansive grounds and feast on daily-changing Gloucestershire-rooted delights such as wild-mushroom risotto and pan-fried sea bass.

6. The Manor House Hotel, for superb on-site dining in Moreton-in-Marsh


Luxe traditional bedroom with four-poster bed, floral curtains and stained-glass windows at Manor House Hotel, Cotswolds
Courtesy of Manor House Hotel / Expedia

In lively Moreton-in-Marsh, the gold-tinged Manor House started life as a sumptuous 16th-century home. Walled gardens extend beyond the art-filled, smart-casual mansion – afternoon tea or cocktails on the terrace, overlooking the 300-year-old mulberry tree, are a highlight, as is the respected modern-British Mulberry Restaurant. Our top pick of the plush rooms – all with Molton Brown toiletries – is the self-contained Apple Cottage, with its own secluded terrace and hot tub.

7. Ellenborough Park, for old-world charm in Cheltenham

Hotel, Luxury

Indoor jacuzzi surrounded by white recliners in the spa space at Ellenborough Park in the Cotswolds
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Another Cheltenham jewel, this elegantly modernised, gold-stone 15th-century manor blends oak beams, stained glass, antique furniture, original fireplaces and other charmingly historic goodness with bright contemporary design. In the tranquil spa, you’ll find a sauna, steam room and hot tub, not to mention luxury Elemis treatments such as the Couture Touch. The outdoor pool, bordered by cheery flower beds, stays warm all year. Grab a house-special G&T in the pub-bar, and then linger over inspired British-French cooking by the fire, all a stone’s throw from Cheltenham Racecourse.

8. Dormy House, for an award-winning spa in Broadway

Spa Hotel

Exterior of pale blue building with pub tables in front at Dormy House in the Cotswolds
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Built from a 17th-century stone farmhouse, uber-stylish Dormy House is part of the rambling Farncombe Estate between Broadway and Chipping Campden. The romantic Rose Cottage delights with a hot tub on the patio, floral-feast decor and exposed wood beams – or go for a Scandi-chic hot tub courtyard suite. But the award-winning spa steals the show, with its candlelit infinity pool, juniper-infused sauna, salt steam room, al fresco hydrotherapy hot tub and tempting treatments starring Temple Spa and Natura Bissé products. Dining highlights include market-fuelled picnic hampers, vegan afternoon teas and gourmet tasting menus.

Hugh McNaughtan contributed additional reporting to this article.

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