Planning a trip to Cornwall? Well, firstly, great shout because it’s one of the most beautiful counties in the UK. (But let’s be honest, you probably knew that already!) Whether you’re a local, a Brit from further afield, or even a tourist, you can make your holiday even better by booking a stay in one of these glamping sites with a hot tub in Cornwall. And luckily for you, you have an amazing selection of accommodation options to choose from. From treehouses and shepherds huts to airstreams and safari tents, here are 31 amazing glamping holidays with a hot tub in Cornwall!
Price per night: From £198 for 2 people
Location: Barripper, Cornwall
Why stay here: Want to fulfil that childhood dream of staying in a treehouse? Then take a look at one of the most amazing treehouse holidays with a hot tub in the UK. This luxurious treehouse comes complete with some amazing facilities, such as an outdoor hot tub, perfect for long evenings stargazing. Outside, you’ll find a newly built BBQ lodge, where you can cosy up on the cushions after you’ve persuaded your other half to cook up a feast on the BBQ. There’s also a large pond with a bridge across it that lights up at night, perfect for a romantic night stroll with your significant other. It looks pretty magical if you ask me.
What guests say: “Our stay was amazing! We loved it all! I don’t know which aspect of it was most special as there were so many special things about it! The lodge itself was so cosy, the bath was amazing, the hot tub so private and the bbq area was great fun and we prepared two amazing meals there. The whole area was beautiful and most importantly, it was all for us and very private!”
Price per night: From £130 for 2 people
Why stay here: This Coastal Shepherds Hut has to be near the top of this list of glamping holidays with a hot tub in Cornwall because it’s just so ridiculously luxurious. From the beautifully designed interiors to the wood-fired hot tub to the outdoor furniture, there’s so much to love about this place. And that’s not even mentioning the amazing views that you can enjoy from the comfort of your wood-fired hot tub! Set in its own private garden in one of Cornwall’s most beautiful fishing villages, you’ll have this slice of paradise all to yourself.
What guests say: “The shepherd’s hut was fabulous, it was perfect for our quiet week away. The hot tub and outside area was just as gorgeous as inside. Very thoughtful touches such as freshly baked bread, scones, clotted cream, jam and milk. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay with Helen and Tim, they were always on hand if we had any questions and they were superb hosts. We would love to come back again soon!”
Price per night: From £106 for 2 people
Location: Trebarwith Strand, nr Camelford
Why stay here: If you’re looking for one of the most unique glamping holidays with a hot tub in Cornwall, then look no further than Kudhva Cabins. These four architectural cabins take ‘unique’ to a whole new level. Raised high above the ground and set in a rugged quarry, this glamping site really is for those who have a wild sense of adventure. Inside, the cabins are ridiculously cosy and they enjoy captivating views down the coast through their vast triangular window. And as if that wasn’t enough, there’s even a wood-fired forest hot tub for you to take a dip in!
What guests say: “Truly beautiful, wild nature with amazing views of the sea, cooking over the fire and a hot tub delight with a view of the sea. A real community feel and amazing, passionate and very helpful staff round it all up and make it a very special experience. We felt we would have wanted to stay much longer than just a weekend. The quarry and especially the reservoir are truly magical.”
Price per night: From £269 for 6 people
Location: Trebarwith Strand, nr Camelford
Why stay here: Set on the same wild site as Kudhva Cabins, you’ll find The Danish Cabin. This is a great offering for those looking to get away with a larger group of people but who still want to enjoy the amazingly unique setting of Kudhva, with its waterfalls and reservoir. The walls of this expansive, open cabin fold back to let the amazing wooded wilderness flood its way into the cabin. Or if that doesn’t take your fancy, you can enjoy nature from the comfort of your hot tub! The cabin itself may be slightly rustic but that’s the beauty of it. It’s time to get back to nature!
What guests say: “It was the perfect weekend & a complete detox. Off-grid with everything considered and a wonderful location where we had a corner of the woods completely to ourselves. The cabin is well designed and quirky, as we went in October extra duvets, sleeping bags and hot water bottles were supplied as well as gas, torches, cooking utensils and gas hobs. We wanted for nothing and the location is absolutely spectacular.”
Price per night: From £103 for 2 people
Location: East Thorne, Bude
Why stay here: One of the best Airbnbs in Cornwall, The Roundhouse is a lovely cabin situated in the north of Cornwall that would make the perfect secluded getaway for two. With blankets scattered around the cabin, this is one of the cosiest places to go glamping with a hot tub in Cornwall. You can even use one outside while enjoying breakfast alfresco on the table and chairs that are just out front! The nearby outdoor log burner will also keep you toasty. And to make things even better, there’s an outdoor hot tub and underfloor heating in the cabin to warm your feet up after you’ve gone for a dip.
What guests say: “Staying at The Roundhouse is an absolute must. It is in a great location, nothing was too much trouble and everyone was so welcoming, helpful and accommodating. We were left a card and some bubbly to congratulate us on our recent wedding which was a lovely personal touch. We couldn’t recommend it enough and only wish that we could have stayed longer!”
Price per night: From £120 for 2 people
Location: St Agnes, nr Perranporth
Why stay here: Fancy feeling like you’re sleeping on the plains of South Africa without ever leaving the country? Then Wrinklers Wood might be one of the best glamping holidays with a hot tub in Cornwall for you. Safari tent accommodation usually tends to sleep a large group of people. Wrinklers Wood, on the other hand, is home to two safari tents, Twiga and Tembo, which each sleep two people. So if you fancy a romantic getaway, with all the space and amenities of a typical safari tent and the added benefit of a hot tub, then you’ll love a stay here!
What guests say: “We had the most amazing time at Tembo. From doing puzzles and toasting marshmallows in the evening, to muddy walks at Lands end and exploring the adorable cobbled towns during the day! It was perfect for us. We get bored easily so having so many places nearby and so many things to do was perfect! We loved every second.”
Price per night: From £103 for 4 people
Location: Collamoor Head, nr St Kennys
Why stay here: Pencuke Farm Shepherds Hut is one of the most spacious shepherds huts I’ve ever seen! So if you fancy sleeping in a shepherds hut but are a little worried about the lack of space, then this is a great option for you. Completely self-contained, the hut comprises a king-size bed, two single beds, a handmade kitchen, a living area, and a spacious ensuite shower room. It even benefits from the luxury of underfloor heating and a large jacuzzi! As you can see, the views are also amazing and you can even meet alpacas, sheep, chickens and pigs who roam the farm.
What guests say: “Our Christmas stay in the shepherd’s hut was magical! Every little detail was thought out and we loved the bottle of wine waiting for us. The hut was finished to an amazing standard and was so warm and cosy, which really made our Christmas special together. The hot tub was an amazing addition and we very much enjoyed drinking champagne in there on Christmas Day. Plus, our two dogs were able to join us!”
Price per night: From £127 for 6 people
Location: Mawnan Smith, Cornwall
Why stay here: Trecombe Lodge is situated within the Cornish countryside, making it one of the more peaceful glamping holidays with a hot tub in Cornwall. One of my favourite things about this lodge is the balcony with an outdoor seating area. It’s the perfect spot to soak up the stunning views! With a lakeside setting, the surrounding area of this lodge is a magical nine-acre woodland that’s a delight to explore. Whether you fancy exploring the woodland or just relaxing on the bench next to the lake, you won’t find many surroundings as beautiful as this one. The modern lodge also boasts many luxurious amenities such as underfloor heating, a log burner and even an outdoor Swedish hot bath.
What guests say: “Wow this place is amazing!! It offered everything we needed for a quiet weekend away from the hustle and bustle of life. Every detail is noticed and lovely touches appreciated, even the blankets on the veranda for those colder nights. The Swedish hot bath was lovely to sit in with a drink enjoying the surroundings. We are definitely coming back in the summer and would highly recommend to others.”
Price per night: From £135 for 6 people
Location: Boswarthen, nr Penzance
Why stay here: Boswarthen Farm Safari Tents really are a total escape from modern life. As soon as you arrive, you’ll feel a million miles away from the stresses of modern life. Inside, the wood furniture is not only sturdy and practical but it makes the tents feel so much cosier and more inviting. The tents comprise a king-size bed, cabin bed and bunk bed, a living and dining area, and a fully-equipped kitchen with a butler’s sink and wood-burning stove. However, the real party starts as soon as you walk outside. Here you can enjoy the countryside views from your swing seat and wood-fired hot tub.
What guests say: “We have had the most amazing Easter break at Boswarthen. The home-cooked evening meal we ordered on our arrival day was lovely and delivered by Maddy to our tent. Our son loved the chickens which supplied us with eggs every day. Pizza night on Saturday was a great chance to meet the rest of the families on-site and the homemade pizzas were delicious. A superb location, an amazing tent (our son was so excited by his cupboard bed), wonderful hosts – I can’t praise it highly enough.”
Price per night: From £190 for 2 people
Location: Marhamchurch, Cornwall
Why stay here: Fancy feeling like a cowboy in the USA? Then you’ll love Moonshine Shack Barn. From the whisky barrel counter to the private porch where you can sit back and relax in a rocking chair, the barn has a very American feel to it. And the best part is that you don’t even have to leave England to stay here! The barn even boasts a hot tub which would make for the ultimate relaxing evening with your favourite American drink of choice in hand. And if that somehow doesn’t take your fancy, why not end your day with a spot of stargazing in the outdoor hammock while listening to the sound of owls?
What guests say: “We couldn’t have been happier with our stay at Chris and Jan’s. The lodge is something out of a film and felt like we’d been transported to a different time. It was private, cosy and very romantic. The hot tub and hammock were personal favourites – we spent hours curled up on the hammock, under a blanket and reading a book. There were very useful touches left by Chris and Jan such as cooking oil, salt, pepper etc which made self-catering a breeze.”
11. Tinker Hideaway
Price per night: From £186 for 2 people
Location: Marhamchurch, nr Widemouth Bay
Why stay here: Tinker Hideaway is easily one of the quirkier glamping holidays with a hot tub in Cornwall. I mean, where to start with this place? The site comprises two enchanting showman’s wagons that lead to a 17th-century underground bothy via a secret passageway. The bothy houses a kitchen and living area, and the two wagons house a bedroom and bathroom. From the wall-to-wall super-king-size bed to the white cast iron bath to the private two-person hot tub, Tinker is oh-so-luxurious. And it’s all surrounded by a beautiful fairy-tale-like meadow garden with sundowner and fire pit!
What guests say: “From the moment we pulled into the driveway of Tinker we felt an overwhelming feeling of tranquillity and peacefulness. The area surrounding tinker (amazing sunsets and also sea views on a clear day) was perfect and it felt like we really were in our own little world. Tinker itself was spotlessly clean, with so much attention to detail and quirkiness that it takes a while just to take it all in! The bed in Tinker is honestly one of the comfiest we’ve ever slept in!”
Price per night: From £80 for 2 people
Location: St Columb Major, nr Trekenning
Why stay here: Set around a beautiful lake, this Off-Grid Shepherds Hut is one of the most picturesque glamping holidays with a hot tub in Cornwall. The hut comprises a comfy double bed, sofa, and wood-burning stove to keep you warm and toasty on even the chilliest of nights! There’s a separate kitchen hut, outdoor seating area, and BBQ, as well as an eco wood-fired hot tub ideal for long soaks no matter the time of year.
What guests say: “Cannot recommend these shepherds huts highly enough! The log burner heats up the space in no time and keeps it warm throughout the night. The wood-fired hot tub was heavenly – just what you need after a busy day out in the Cornish countryside. We were lucky that we had booked the hot tub on a clear night – was very magical gazing up at shooting stars in the moonlight.”
Price per night: From £72 for 6 people
Location: Lamorna, nr Mousehole
Why stay here: The seaside safari tents at Borah Farm are one of the best glamping holidays with a hot tub in Cornwall for a family or group of friends! Set in some of Cornwall’s best countryside, the spacious and beautifully designed tents benefit from proper beds, a comfy sofa, large dining table, instant hot water, a wood-fired hot tub, Wi-Fi and more. With everything you could want and more inside, you’ll enjoy your time here both inside and out. If the weather’s bad, you’ve got everything you could need inside, and if weather’s good, you can relax on the deck, sun loungers, or hammock!
What guests say: “The hosts made us feel very welcome and the accommodation exceeded our expectations. My six-year-old son enjoyed feeding the lambs in the morning, checking the chickens for eggs and watching the cows going to be milked. The tent had everything we needed and the bed in the cupboard was a real hit.”
14. Luxury Geodome
Price per night: From £240 for 2 people
Location: Halfway House, nr Edgcumbe
Why stay here: If you want something unique, that’s exactly what you’ll find at this Luxury Geodome. I mean, how many people can say they’ve slept in a totally transparent dome under the stars? Intimate and romantic, you couldn’t find a better spot to enjoy a bit of stargazing. The dome is set amongst a wildflower meadow, in one of the darkest stargazing spots in the country. This means you’ll fall asleep and wake up to spectacular views. But don’t worry, you can maintain your privacy by pulling the 360-degree curtains if you wish. And if that wasn’t enough, how does a wood-fired outdoor bath, room service and breakfast in bed sound? Well, you’ll get all of that and more by booking a stay here!
Price per night: From £80 for 2 people or £85 for 5 people
Location: Penstraze, nr Truro
Why stay here: With 2.5 acres of space to run, play and enjoy the open countryside, Primrose Farm is a fantastic glamping option for those looking to get back to nature. There are three safari tents to choose from with options for both families and couples alike. However, all benefit from the same amazing facilities, such as a king-size bed, ensuite bathroom, log burning stove with oven, and a cosy living area. Outside, the story is much the same with a cooking area, outdoor furniture, and of course, that much-sought-after wood-fired hot tub.
What guests say: “Had three days in a glamping tent and loved this place! So cosy and well presented, loved the little details in the decoration. Wood burner and gas cookers ready and easy to use, the shower that heated up straight away and appreciated the USB charging hub. A fantastic touch to have certain necessities already in place on arrival such as milk, tea and coffee, and washing up liquid etc.”
16. Orchard Yurt
Price per night: From £105 for 4 people
Location: Mixstow, nr Fowey
Why stay here: Need a proper break from life? I get it. Book a stay in Orchard Yurt and you’ll find yourself far from the hustle and bustle of daily life. You’ll not only arrive to beautiful scenery but also fresh flowers, a bottle of local apple juice, and a pile of wood for the wood-burner. Whether you explore the yurt, hop in the hammock or take a dip in the hot tub first is up to you, but no matter what option you choose, you’re sure to get your stay off to a great start! The farm is an absolute delight to explore too so pop your shoes on and get ready to soak up the scenery.
What guests say: “What a wonderful place, the accommodation, the surroundings and our hosts were perfect, every detail has been thoughtfully put together. Plenty of wood provided for the hot tub, the fire pit and the wood burner, all the cooking equipment we needed was available, there was a BBQ and pizza oven available too (bring BBQ briquettes). We had therapy from Anna, allow just a little extra spending money for therapy, you won’t be disappointed.”
17. Meadow Hut
Price per night: From £74 for 2 people
Location: Mixtow, Fowey
Why stay here: Set on the same beautiful site as Orchard Yurt, Meadow Hut is a romantic little getaway for two. I mean, can you think of anything much more romantic than enjoying breakfast alfresco in the sun from that table or soaking in your own private wood-fired hot tub against a backdrop of magical starry skies? It’s pretty idyllic, you’ve got to admit. The hut is fully-equipped with a cosy double bed, living space, kitchen sink, fridge, electric hob and BBQ, and an ensuite shower room.
What guests say: “The hut was beautifully presented, clean and very welcoming. The vase of flowers on the table and the cider and apple juice were lovely touches. The hut overlooked the fields and was in a secluded spot but with the morning and evening sun. After a busy day walking and exploring it was great to return to this peaceful and pretty spot and sit in the wood-fired hot tub watching the stars.”
18. Orchard Cabin
Price per night: From £75 for 2 people
Location: Mixtow, Fowey
Why stay here: If Orchard Yurt and Meadow Hut didn’t take your fancy (though you’d be mad to not like them!), Orchard Cabin is another great option on Lombard Farm. Nestled in its own corner of the orchard, it may look like any old cabin from the outside but inside it’s colourful, quirky and eccentric! The cabin comprises a double bed, electric hobs and living area, but don’t worry because the homely hub of Lombard Farm, The Link, is just 100 metres away. Here you’ll find loos, showers and further kitchen facilities.
What guests say: “The farm is lovely and secluded in mind-blowingly beautiful surroundings. We stayed in the Orchard Cabin which was charming, pretty and very comfortable, as well as private. The hot tub is incredible and is a perfect way to end your day, watching the sunset over idyllic views. We also watched the stars from a huge hammock in the shared campfire area. The already beautiful farm is made even more pretty with little touches like jars of fresh-cut wildflowers dotted around.”
Price per night: From £105 for 2 people
Location: Lanreath, nr Looe
Why stay here: Wonderfully quirky and eccentric, Sangers Showmans Wagon is unlike any other glamping holiday with a hot tub in Cornwall. Dating back to the 19th-century, the 23-foot wagon is steeped in history. It’s since been lovingly restored to the holiday home you see today, but it still retains its character and charm. From the hand-painted ceiling of swallows and hedgerow flowers to the cherry red wood burner to the plethora of antiques, there’s so much to discover inside. And, of course, there’s also your private wood-fired hot tub just a stone’s throw from the wagon!
What guests say: “What can I say? EVERYTHING was perfect! We were warmly welcomed and given all the info we needed on arrival – including a cream tea! We were then given all the privacy we needed for the rest of our stay. The accommodation was immaculately clean and well kept; the facilities were well-thought-out and presented; the location and positioning of the wagon and the hot-tub are ideal. The weather wasn’t great but we didn’t care at all! Sublime!”
Price per night: From £165 for 2 people
Location: Trenewan, nr Fowey
Why stay here: Quiet of Stars Cabin has to be one of my favourite places to go glamping with a hot tub in Cornwall for that setting alone. Seriously, the views of the hills are amazing. However, the inside is something very special too! Oh-so-stylish, the open-plan layout of Quiet of Stars makes this cabin the ultimate romantic getaway for two. And the best part is that you’ve got an endless number of places from which to enjoy the views. The king-size bed, the window seat, the garden bench, the hammock, the hot tub, the list goes on…
What guests say: “Our stay at Quiet of Stars exceeded all our expectations. The nights were especially cosy by the fire or lounging in the hot tub. We were not so lucky with the weather except for our last night when the skies were clear and we could see all the stars and some amazing shooting stars! The window seat was my favourite place to snuggle up and take in the amazing view in the mornings. Everything about this place was so tranquil and relaxing.”
Price per night: From £117 for 4 people
Location: Bush, Nr Bude
Why stay here: Do hot tub views get much better than this? I think not. Not only are the countryside views from the outdoor space second-to-none (and you can enjoy them from the day bed, hammock and table and chairs too!), but Rosie’s Retreat Cabin is also amazingly spacious and accommodating inside. If the weather’s not on your side, you really have no need to leave the comfort of your hut! The hut comprises a king-size bed, fully-equipped kitchen, spacious living and dining area with TV and wood burner, and an ensuite shower room. And if that wasn’t enough, there’s also breakfast, biscuits, and prosecco awaiting your arrival. Yum!
What guests say: “The cabin is so wonderful on so many levels… nothing has been left out in terms of attention to detail. The children had their own surprises on arrival and the cabin is extremely well-stocked. Most impressive was not simply the superb and unbelievably well-organised cabin but the outside views across the valley while lying in the amazing hot tub drinking champagne… Bliss. Huge credit must go to Lucy for going above and beyond on every level.”
Price per night: From £110 for 4 people
Location: St Kew Hideway, nr Wadebridge
Why stay here: Set in a private 1/4 acre of an orchard that you have all to yourself, Safari Shepherds Hut is an idyllic little escape from the everyday. The shepherd’s hut comprises a king-size bed, a day bed and a bunk bed, a private kitchen, a composting loo and a hot outdoor shower. What better way to get back to nature than by showering outside, ey? You can also enjoy the scenery from the wood-fired hot tub, hammock or outdoor furniture!
What guests say: “Incredibly beautiful safari. A little private field with a shepherd’s hut (and a half), a little orchard, and a wood-burning hot tub, all backing onto farmland hosting a variety of wildlife. Including alpacas! It all makes for a wonderful setting. Kayna was a delightful host too, making time to show us the animals and tell us about the farm.”
Price per night: From £65 for 2 people
Location: Doublebois, nr Liskeard
Why stay here: If you’ve ever fancied sleeping in an airstream, then the The Cornish Airstream may be the glamping holiday with a hot tub in Cornwall for you. Not only is the exterior impressive with its bubbling hot tub, but inside, it might be the most luxurious and modern airstream I’ve ever seen! The airstream is seriously glamorous, though that’s no surprise as the interior was all done by an interior designer. The spacious open-plan living area benefits from a fully-equipped kitchen and a living area with a TV and wood burner. You’ll also find a unique curved king-sized bed and a stylish shower room!
What guests say: “The setting is superb, lovely private garden and great views, well situated for exploring but also a perfect place to stay put and come back to after a day out, especially the hot tub of course! Jason was quick to answer, help or deal with any queries we had. Lots of thought and effort has been given to making this a special place to stay.”
Price per night: From £101 for 2 people
Location: Rezare, nr Launceston
Why stay here: How many people can say they’ve slept in a tabernacle? Well, if you book a stay in St Agnes Tabernacle you can do just that. Full of character and charm, there are so many amazing little details to discover inside, from the stained glass window above the bed to the angelic Russian dolls. And despite all this character, the tin tabernacle is still fully-equipped with a kitchen and bathroom. St Agnes sits in her own wild meadow and to find her, you must head through an old church gate and down a private path. This makes the space feel totally private and secluded. So grab your complimentary bottle of wine and head to the hot tub for the ultimate relaxing weekend!
What guests say: “We arrived in the rain and put the log burner on which heated the place up well and we really loved the atmosphere. The kitchen was so handy, and we were met with a couple of drinks and chocolates which was nice. Had a lovely first night relaxing in the tabernacle, with the log burner going and the rain on the tin roof it was very cosy and we both slept very well.”
Price per night: From £101 for 2 people
Location: Rezare, nr Launceston
Why stay here: Completely self-contained, Ragnarr Shepherds Hut is a total escape from modern life. You really have no reason to leave the comfort of your hut, aside from going to soak in the hot tub, cook dinner on the BBQ, or watch a movie in the private cinema shed! Inside, Ragnarr makes the most of every inch of space, comprising a well-equipped kitchen, king-size bed, living area, and wood burner.
What guests say: “We had the most amazing stay! The wagon was easy to find and everything was to a high standard, including the hot tub which we loved. The location was so quiet, which was exactly what we wanted, just time away from work and everything else. The cinema room was a lovely treat with a great selection of films, perfect to use while the hot tub was warming up.”
Price per night: From £92 for 2 people
Location: Rezare, nr Launceston
Why stay here: Tucked away in its own little private garden, the shiny blue Duchess Wagon is quirky and characterful. There are so many old treasures to discover inside from the retro radio to the stripped back floorboards to the vintages suitcases under the bed. Outside you can relax in the wood-fired hot tub while drinking the complimentary bottle of wine and nibbling on the homemade cake that awaits your arrival. And if the hot tub wasn’t enough, there’s also a white roll top bathtub in the bathroom. Get ready to bathe to your heart’s content!
What guests say: “We were greeted with some prosecco and goodies, which was such a thoughtful gesture! The accommodation itself was incredible and photos didn’t really do it justice. We were blown away by how much space and privacy we had both inside and outside. The hut itself was very cool, quirky and well laid out, with everything you needed and the hot tub and its surroundings were idyllic.”
Price per night: From £92 for 2 people
Location: Rezare, nr Launceston
Why stay here: Pip and Pip’s Cabin may not look like anything special from the outside but inside it’s wonderfully rustic, eclectic and in fact, one of the most well-equipped glamping holidays on this list. This accommodation option is set across two buildings: Pip (your cosy bedroom) and Pip’s Cabin (the wooden cabin with a fully-equipped kitchen, living room with books and games, and a large shower room). Originally used as a steam roller van back in the 1930s, your bedroom will take you back in time. You’ve got little details such as the curved roof and a tiny, retired tortoise wood burner to thank for that!
What guests say: “This was our honeymoon, and couldn’t have wished for a lovely time, the only down side was it wasn’t long enough! We had the most wonderful three nights! Relaxing in the hot tub, drinking wine, reading and eating cheese. The bedroom is so cosy and the whole place is so beautifully decorated. This is our second time at Spring Park, we love it! Paddy and Kitty are great hosts, we had a lovely homemade cake and cider waiting for us.”
Price per night: From £75 for 5 people
Location: Warleggan, nr Bodmin
Why stay here: Quite like the enchanted wardrobe from The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, a stay at The Enchanted Wardrobe Shepherds Hut is like stepping through the wardrobe into Narnia. Okay, there’s no guarantee that there will be snow. But you’re sure to feel a million miles away from home here. Nestled in a quiet corner of a pretty meadow, the hut benefits from panoramic views of the green fields that really are second-to-none. Enjoy the views from the warming bubbles of the hot tub or while cosied up inside the beautifully hand-crafted hut.
What guests say: “What surprised me most about this shepherds hut was the quality of the fixtures and fittings, and the quality of the services in general. From snuggly duvets to china mugs, hot showers to hot tubs, it’s all top-notch. The whole experience gave you the adventure of the outdoors, without coming anywhere close to roughing it!”
Price per night: From £115 for 2 people
Location: Lanreath, nr Polperro
Why stay here: I’m already daydreaming about eating breakfast alfresco on the deck of Frieda and the Moon Tabernacle while soaking up those countryside views. I really couldn’t think of a more idyllic way to start the day! Nestled in a secluded wooded paddock on a thirteen-acre smallholding, this lovingly crafted tabernacle is filled to the brim with special vintage touches. However, despite its vintage feel, it still has lots of luxuries. From the king-size bed and luxury bathroom to the underfloor heating and hot tub, you won’t have to lift a finger here.
What guests say: “The Tabernacle is small but very cosy and rather magical, it’s like a different world. All mod cons so you’re not missing anything and love the fact there is no TV so you have peace to read and reflect on life. Location wise, it’s idyllic with nothing but fields in front of you. The only noise you have is bleating sheep and a bull from the neighbouring farm.”
Price per night: From £84 for 2 people
Location: Trefanny Hill, nr Lanreath
Why stay here: Eileen’s Shepherds Hut has to be one of my favourite places to go glamping in Cornwall. An intimate little shepherds hut, a gorgeous wood-fired hot tub, and amazing views to top it all off? You really can’t ask for much more! This idyllic little haven is made all the better by its cosy interior that benefits from electricity, an ensuite bathroom, double bed, electric blanket, wood burner, kitchenette and more!
What guests say: “This little hidden gem is everything it says and a little bit more. I was searching for a little bit of quiet with a few luxuries and that is exactly what I got. The first night was a beautiful clear sky perfect for moon bathing in the hot tub. I woke up to nature at its best. Pheasants wandering through the enclosed space in the early afternoon and the rain bouncing on the hut roof as the fire roared was just delightful.”
31. Poppy Airstream
Price per night: From £110 for 2 people
Location: Mithian Downs, nr St Agnes
Why stay here: Fancy feeling like you’re in America but without the price tag of the extortionate flights? Well, as soon as you see Poppy Airstream, you’ll feel far from Cornwall. With underfloor heating, a TV, Wi-Fi, oven, fridge, microwave, cooker and everything else you could possibly need, the caravan has got you covered on all bases. And the outside is just as special as the inside! The airstream is set in its own private lawn area with decking, BBQ, outside seating, hot tub and views across the open countryside. It’s safe to say you’re definitely going to want to make the most of the airstream’s surroundings.
What guests say: “What an incredible place! The hosts were really welcoming.. Have your own private space. Amazing to turn the lights off and watch the stars at night from the hot tub and then the sunrise. So unique and quirky, I would highly recommend and I am really looking forward to coming back in the summer for a longer stay!”
So there you have it: 31 amazing glamping holidays with a hot tub in Cornwall! Which of these glamping holidays with a hot tub in Cornwall has most caught your eye? Please let me know in the comments below. I’m already desperate to book a stay at Trecombe Lodge, Quiet of Stars Cabin and Eileen’s Shepherds Hut!
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