Cumbria is a great place to retreat to your Christmas Hottub Holiday. Christmas week is booked well ahead, sometimes a year ahead.
Our Christmas Hot tub Holiday Offer
A real Christmas tree, delicious local food, wood-burning log stove and a front-row seat to watch the winter wildlife.
Availability for a Christmas Hot tub holiday at the Tranquil Otter
At the time of writing, we have the following short breaks and week long breaks, subject to availability. We will be monitoring this page to remove unavailable breaks.
Christmas Week Long Breaks from 23rd Dec
Pre-Christmas Hot tub Holiday
A pre-Christmas hot-tub holiday, the perfect time to retreat is before Christmas, to relax, rewind. Ready to enjoy the festivities throughout the Christmas break. Click here to see the general December availability or see our Special Pre Christmas Offers below.
Pre Christmas Breaks
Alder Lodge – Friday 20th Dec to Monday 23rd Dec 2019 (3 nights) – £750.00
Dunnock Lodge – Friday 20th Dec to Monday 23rd Dec 2019 (3 nights) – £650.00
Egret Lodge – Friday 20th Dec to Monday 23rd Dec 2019 (3 nights) – £690.00
Fieldfare Lodge – Friday 20th Dec to Monday 23rd Dec 2019 (3 nights) – £530.00
The Christmas Panto
The Sands Centre in Carlisle has the biggest panto in Cumbria. This year it is Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, a very Christmasy experience. Click here to find out more and buy tickets!
The Christmas Market
From 30th November the Christmas Market arrives in Carlisle, indulge in the Christmassy atmosphere and pick up some unique Christmas gifts for your loved ones.
Enjoy the Hot tub holiday
Winter is the best time to enjoy the hot tub. The contrast between the chilly air and the hot tub is delicious. What’s more, you get to enjoy views of the lake and the stars at night.
Cumbria and the Lake District takes on a completely different feel at this time of year. The summer tourist crowds are gone, and you get a sense that the mountains, lakes and picturesque villages belong to you whether it is pre-Christmas or during the Christmas season itself.
See our latest newsletter for things to do in the area.