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7 Best Cornwall Cottages By The Sea With A Hot Tub

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A trip to Cornwall is always a good idea.

It’s one of the best parts of England, with incredible countryside, charming towns and gorgeous beaches.

In fact, you probably wouldn’t guess that these beaches belonged to England if you saw photos.

You’d probably guess somewhere like Italy with the clear blue waters – but they do in fact belong to the Cornish coastline and they’re some of the UK’s best gems!

Before we jump into all the best Cornwall cottages by the sea with a hot tub, we’ll cover some quick need-to-know basics such as where it is and the best time to visit.

We’ll then go through all of the carefully hand-picked cottages, before finishing off with how you can get there and some frequently asked questions!

Where is Cornwall

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Cornwall is in the southwest of England.

It’s a popular holiday spot for UK residents who are looking for a seaside getaway. However, it’s far less known by international tourists as they tend to stick to London and the surrounding areas, rather than heading much further south to Cornwall.

Best times to visit

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If you’re looking to make the most of the glorious sunshine, then the best time to visit Cornwall is in the summer months (June to August).

However, needless to say during this time, it’s busier and the prices can be higher.

This is because people are not only taking advantage of the weather, but it’s when the school holidays run in the UK.

Here’s what you can expect if you opt for another time of the year:

  • Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November)

    These months are cooler in temperature but often benefit from lots of sunshine, as well as cheaper prices and fewer visitors. Plus, the already gorgeous Cornish countryside looks even more beautiful during these times of year, with spring flowers and autumn hues.

Winter (December to February):

While this time of year is chilly, it can be considerably warmer than other parts of the UK and makes for a lovely getaway if you enjoy wintry walks, empty beaches and cosy pubs and restaurants. It’s also the perfect time to enjoy a welcoming cottage with a warming hot tub or wood burner.

7 Best Cornwall Cottages By The Sea With A Hot Tub

Below are some of the most incredible hot tub cottages with sea views in Cornwall offered by one of the most reputable companies in the area – Aspects Holidays.

Lamorna House

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We’re going to start with one of the most budget-friendly on the list – Lamorna House!

Situated in Praa Sands – overlooking the beach and just seven miles away from the well-known town of Penzance – Lamorna House is the perfect Cornish getaway for those looking to strike a balance between soaking up the sun and exploring the area.

This four-bedroom property features two ensuite double bedrooms, two twin bedrooms and a family bathroom, making it an excellent choice for families or large groups.

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However, perhaps my favourite part of this property is the open-plan kitchen and dining area with floor-to-ceiling windows that lead onto a gorgeous patio equipped with deck chairs and a large dining set whilst overlooking the sea – it’s such a tranquil spot, especially during sunset!

And of course, to round off the evening, you can head out the back of the property to the secluded garden to enjoy a dip in the bubbling hot tub!

Check prices: Lamorna House

Pip House

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Pip house is hands down one of my favourite Cornwall cottages by the sea that not only has a hot tub, but a heated pool as well.

It’s giving charming English village vibes from the outside and modern, expensive luxury on the inside.

Honestly, this place is perfect for a UK break at any time of year.The property has three bedrooms – one super king, one king and one twin room. The first two bedrooms have ensuites, and those staying in the twin bedroom will have sole use of the family bathroom.

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Given the fact it’s only three bedrooms, the place is huge, with plenty of open areas to dine and relax!

It has multiple decking areas, but there’s one that trumps them all, with a huge balcony that’s big enough to hold an entire outdoor seating set and overlooks the stunning Cornish countryside and coastline.

Pip House is the definition of an idyllic retreat that you’ll want to snap up fast if you’re interested!

Check prices: Pip House

18 Sea View Crescent

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18 Sea View Crescent is a unique reverse-level property with views of the rolling hills and nearby village of Perranporth, with the sea and golden sands peeking through in the distance.

This modern space provides four bedrooms (two king-sized, one double and one single room) with plenty of bright yet cosy living space for lounging around and relaxing in between soaking up the sun on one of the two balconies.

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Additionally, it features a spectacular open-plan kitchen for you to cook up a storm after a long day of exploring the lovely Cornish coastline, as well as bi-fold doors that allow an ocean breeze to flow through the property as you watch the sunset.

In the private southwest-facing garden you’ll of course find a hot tub ready and waiting for you to help you relax and unwind!

Check prices: 18 Sea View Crescent

The Fern

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The Fern is nothing short of divine.

It’s yet another charming cottage in the Bude Cornish countryside that feels like a little slice of luxury.

This 2 bedroom ground-floor property really has it all – from a copper free-standing bath to a pool table – it’s a base that provides the perfect balance of activity and downtime in between your seaside adventures.

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You’ll find a large L-shaped kitchen dinner designed to bring everyone together, with a peaceful decking area attached to the floor-to-ceiling glass doors – the ultimate spot to watch the sunset before sinking into a toasty hot tub!

Check prices: The Fern

Sea Spray

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Unlike the others on this list, Sea Spray is not perched atop a hill, it’s rather directly at sea level and just a stone’s throw from the beach in Perranporth!

If you like early morning strolls along the beach before anyone else has risen, then this spot is for you!

It’s a pretty big place, with space for up to eight guests between 3 king-sized bedrooms and one zip-and-link bedroom.

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The property is flooded with light thanks to the many floor-to-ceiling doors and skylights located around the cottage, creating a beautiful and bright home that’s splashed with colourful decor.

The decking runs all along the back of the property, with ample seating to unwind. And, of course, you’ll find a hot tub that you can relax in whilst watching the sea flow in and out.

If there’s someone who likes to cook in the group, then they will be pleased, as not only is there an open plan island kitchen, but an outdoor BBQ that directly faces the sea – it’s perhaps one of the best BBQ spots I’ve seen!

Don’t hang around if you want to book this one, as it’s understandably a guest favourite!

Check prices: Sea Spray

8 Woodlands

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There is no other way to describe 8 Woodlands than extremely luxurious.

It feels like a swanky London property yet instead of the concrete city you’ve got stunning views of the the Gannel Estuary and Cornish countryside.

If the tide is out, you’ll be able to seize the opportunity to stroll to the nearby Crantock Beach!

This four-bedroom property is made up of one king-sized room, one king room, one zip and link room, and one bunk bedroom.

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It’s a great choice for families and groups looking to come together for a luxurious trip in one of the most popular spots of Cornwall – Newquay.

The landscaped garden offers a pristine patio with sleek garden furniture and a sizzling hot tub with a countryside view to submerge into after exploring the lively atmosphere of the nearby towns.

Check prices: 8 Woodlands

Saltwater Penthouse

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Perched on the Pentire peninsula with views over the infamous Fistral Beach in Newquay, Saltwater Penthouse has really secured THE spot for a Cornish hot-tub getaway.

It’s another luxurious property that boasts a modern interior adorned with turquoise and deep blue colours throughout.

With four bedrooms (2 king-sized and 2 zip and link) you’ll have the flexibility to enjoy the property as a family or with friends.

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And, what’s great about this property is that – thanks to the dual aspect balconieseach room leads onto a balcony for you to enjoy the fresh sea air from the moment you wake up!

As the day draws to a close, you’ll be able to enjoy the warmth of the hot tub with a glass of bubbly as the sun sets over the beach – there’s no better way to end a day in Cornwall.

Check prices: Saltwater Penthouse


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And last but not least on our list of stunning Cornish cottages with a hot tub is Miramar.

It’s located in one of my favourite and most sought-after areas in Cornwall – St Ives – with some of the most incredible views over the popular Carbis Bay and Godrevy Lighthouse.

The property is secluded, with a private entrance and electric gate, securing you inside your own tranquil haven.

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Set over three floors, with four bedrooms (two king-sized, one zip and link, and one twin room), 5 bathrooms, a beautifully designed open-plan kitchen with an island and multiple balconies, Miramar provides plenty of space to take time to relax and unwind during your trip.

When you’re ready to come together and connect with your loved ones, make use of the two sitting rooms or secluded garden area equipped with a terrace, hot tub, outdoor shower and BBQ to really allow you to make the most of spending quality time together!

Check prices: Miramar

How to get there and travel around

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Getting to Cornwall is straightforward no matter how you plan to travel there as the transport system in the UK is pretty good – it’s just the cost that differs.

By car

Travelling down to Cornwall is easy as it’s well connected to the rest of the UK by big motorways.

However, when you arrive, it’s almost certainly more beneficial to have a car, since most of Cornwall is made up of small roads which span across the countryside between all of the cute towns, villages and beach spots.

If you need to rent a car, then look no further than Discover Cars or I use both platforms and I only recommend two because sometimes the price differs depending on the country you’re in!

By train

If you’d prefer to take the train then that’s also not a problem.

Depending which cottage you choose to stay in will determine the train station you head into, but it will either be Truro, Penzance, or St. Austell.

Once you arrive though, it’s not as easy to travel around by train so you may choose to combine with buses or car rental.

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By bus

Travelling by bus is undoubtedly more cost-efficient than taking a train, but it will take longer.

Still, once you arrive in Cornwall, the local bus network is sufficient to get around.

If you’re going for this option then Busbud is the platform I’d recommend you check out, as they centralise all the different bus companies that operate onto one single platform which makes it 10x easier to book.


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How many days do you need to visit Cornwall?

Cornwall has so much to offer in terms of nature, from beautiful beaches to stunning coastal walks and everything in between.

You need at least a week to be able to explore the things on offer, however, you could easily spend several weeks in this part of England and not get bored – especially during the summer.

Plus, don’t forget that many of these sea-view Cornwall cottages with hot tubs are perfect for soaking up the views and spending time just relaxing.

You’ll definitely want to schedule in days to do just that!

Is Cornwall expensive?

Cornwall itself isn’t wildly expensive – or at least no more than many other parts of the UK. However, the accommodation costs often do rise during the summer months, so it’s worth booking ahead and also visiting in other seasons.

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What are the best towns and villages to explore in Cornwall?

There are so many charming spots dotted around Cornwall that it’s hard to pick favourites, however here are some of the most talked about:

  • St Ives
  • Newquay
  • Falmouth
  • Padstow
  • Penzance
  • The Lizard Peninsula

That’s a wrap!

That’s a wrap on our list of beautiful cottages in Cornwall by the sea with hot tubs! I hope you enjoyed it and get booked soon in one of these incredible spots!

If you’re looking to switch things up a little, then glamping in Cornwall with a hot tub is also epic!

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