9 of the best Airbnbs in Scotland with hot tubs

9 of the best Airbnbs in Scotland with hot tubs
9 of the best Airbnbs in Scotland with hot tubs

Even if you aren’t travelling far from home, you can still have a luxurious holiday experience at one of these inviting Scottish Airbnbs with their very own hot tubs.

Don’t forget to pack your swimming costume!

Dunning, Perth and Kinross

Dunning Scottish Airbnb hot tub (Photo: Contributed)
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With just one double bedroom, this newly renovated cottage would make an ideal romantic getaway destination for a lucky couple.

Behind the bright and airy property, you’ll find a large and secluded garden with the all-important outdoor hot tub.

Price: £131 per night – more info

Dalavich, Argyll and Bute

Dalavich (Photo: Contributed)
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Located right on the shore of Loch Awe, a total of six guests can stay in this private log cabin, boasting an outdoor fire pit, wood-burning stove and wood-burning hot tub.

Price: £135 per night – more info

Lawers, Perthshire

Lawers dairy (Photo: Contributed)
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A former dairy, this cottage in the Perthshire mountains has been completely refurbished, and is a luxurious spot for a romantic getaway for two.

Be sure to enjoy a soak or two in the sunken hot tub on the property’s outdoor decking.

Price: £135 per night – more info


Stirling (Photo: Contributed)
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Not too far from the banks of the river Forth, this spacious cottage sleeps six guests and offers plenty of fun activities, including private fishing, equestrian facilities, a gym and an impressive games room.

The hot tub here has a river view, but is still secluded in the property’s grounds.

Price: £180 per night – more info

Crieff, Perth and Kinross

Crieff (Photo: Contributed)
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Located on a hillside and surrounded by rolling countryside, this Crieff cottage has space for two, and you won’t be disturbed by anything but sheep and other wildlife during your stay.

Enjoy the beautiful views from the outdoor hot tub, then retire to the cosy living room or bedroom.

Price: £145 per night – more info

Innerleithen, Scottish Borders

Innerleithen (Photo: Contributed)
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This stylish luxury apartment for four is located in the heart of the Scottish Borders, and marries together the best of urban and country living.

After a day of exploring the beautiful countryside, soak in the outdoor hot tub, then curl up by the fire.

Price: £120 per night – more info


Stirling Otter (Photo: Contributed)
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An unusual circular cottage with stunning views of the River Lochay, this property has room for four guests and is beautifully furnished and decorated.

The private hot tub is sunken into the outdoor decking, so you can enjoy river views as you soak.

Price: £185 per night – more info

Lawers, Perthshire

Lawers (Photo: Contributed)
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Recently renovated and with plenty of room for two, this Perthshire cottage offers fantastic views over the nearby meadows, ancient oak forest and Loch Tay from its outdoor hot tub.

Price: £125 per night – more info

Ettrick, Scottish Borders

Ettrick (Photo: Contributed)
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If you’ve got a big group, this refurbished coach house that sleeps 10 might just fit the bill.

Take a dip in the large hot tub, which is kept hidden from view thanks to the property’s walled garden.

Price: £350 per night – more info

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