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If you would like to test one of our gorgeous Softubs, why not do so as part of a relaxing mini break, romantic weekend or memorable family holiday in the following destinations. Alternatively, if you own a holiday rental and you are considering the option of adding a hot tub to your property then read our trade testimonials to find out how a Softub could work for your business.

Trade testimonials

Detatched Sedbergh cottage with hot tub

Sleeps six guests in three bedrooms, an attractive holiday cottage with a large enclosed rear garden with hot tub for 6, perfectly placed for Sedbergh and Sedbergh School on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park in Cumbria, ideal for exploring both the Dales and the nearby Lake District National Park (Windermere is just twenty miles away), this is a well appointed, clean and bright holiday destination for friends and families with an abundance of wonderful walks and attractions for great days out. Weathercock is a perfect combination of old and new, with all the right ingredients for a relaxing break. Bubble your aches away in the hot tub after a long day walking or snuggle up in front of a roaring log fire in the sitting room after supper.

The cottage has a small games room with dart board, dining room, drying room, downstairs and upstairs toilets, shower, roll top bath, towelling robes for hot tub use, piano, extra double sofa bed in master bedroom, high chair, cot, large curved TV, sound bar, surround sound, wifi, dvd player, ice always in the freezer and fabulous views of the Howgills, much loved by Wainwright, who likened them to 'a herd of sleeping elephants'. The cottage is heated by electric radiators, supplemented by two woodburning stoves. Off road parking, secure bike storage. One well behaved dog welcome. Sedbergh is England’s Book Town, and its annual Sheepfest is very popular.

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