Boasting some of the best scenery in the UK, Wales is fast becoming one of Britain's top holiday destinations. There’s no better way to enjoy its vistas than from your own hot tub outside a hideaway log cabin. After a hard day’s hiking in the Brecon Beacons or pony trekking in Snowdonia, relaxing amid the soothing jets is the perfect wind down.
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Lesser known than its northern neighbour, Snowdonia, or the Brecon Beacons to the south, the Cambrian mountains are one of the undiscovered gems of Mid Wales. Choose from one of six family-owned log cabins, in secluded landscaped grounds, close to the village of Trefeglwys. All six lodges include a hot tub perfectly placed on the front veranda. The lodges, which sleep up to six, include a king-sized four poster with en-suite and jacuzzi. As of June 2013, prices started at £430 for a short break. Visit www.luxury-lodges-wales.com or call
With nine mountain ranges, awe-inspiring natural habitats and river gorges, Snowdonia is one of Wales' most popular destinations. Relax in the hot tub at Milk Wood Lodges in Wnion Wood, near the town of Gwynedd. Access to the picturesque cabin is down a private road past two cattle grids. In addition to the hot tub, the four-sleeper lodge boasts a cosy wood-burning stove and Wifi. For more details contact 01341 450248 or visit: www.holidaylettings.co.uk. As of June 2013, prices started at £70 a night.
In southeast Wales, close to the Royal Forest of Dean and just a few minutes drive from Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire is a must-visit destination. Cider Mill Lodge in Brockweir has one one of the best hot tubs around, commanding wonderful views over the beautiful Wye Valley. Aside from the tub, this luxury cabin, which sleeps four, has a woodburner, lawned garden and large decked area. For more details visit: www.hoseasons.co.uk or call 0844 561 8331. As of June 2013, prices started at £391 a week.
If the seaside is more your thing, head for the unspoilt beaches of Pembrokeshire renowned for its spectacular scenery and rich wildlife. The Maples is a detached luxury log cabin in 30 acres of ancient woodland, next to a trout fishing lake, a mile from Narberth and 10 miles from the coast. Sleeping four people in two bedrooms, the cabin has a decked area with its own hot tub. Call 01244 500 540, or visit: www.sykescottages.co.uk. As of June 2013, prices started at £630 for a week.
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