Relax and unwind in a luxurious hot tub

If you've always wanted your very own hot tub, check out these inspiring designs

With the sun set to shine this summer, what better time to invest in a luxurious hot tub? From built-in garden spas to countryside soaks, we're all about the peace and serenity of al-fresco bathing. Give your wellbeing a welcome boost with Country Homes & Interiors' inspirational finds...

Riviera Hot Tubs Outdoor Hot Tub

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1. Create your very own little spa sanctuary a stone's throw away from your back door with a stylish tub from Riviera Hot Tubs. Crafted from natural red cedar wood renowned for longevity, it makes for a beautiful addition to any garden landscape. Prices available on request.

Two children sitting in a bowl-shaped hot tub outdoors with their legs dangling out over the side

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2. Forget camping, it's all about glamping with the portable Dutchtub® (£4,875, Big Fire). Despite comfortably seating four people, it's lightweight and mobile; fire it up on off-the-grid getaways to enjoy scenic views in style.

A couple soaking in a hot tub next to a river on a clear evening.

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3. Listen to the soothing sound of a crackling fire as you while away the day in a wood-fired hot tub (from £4,595, Forest Flame). Eco-friendly and economical, it requires no electricity to heat – just throw on a few logs and you're set to soak!

A view of some steps leading up to a sunken hot tub in a green garden

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4. Combining all the fun of a pool with the therapeutic benefits of a hot tub, swim spas are a great option for families. Create that chilled holiday feel all year round with a striking mosaic tile finish, or choose natural stone for a more rustic look. Similar bespoke options available from Absolute Spas.

Aerial view of a hot tub surrounded by wooden decking

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5. Unimposing and private in style, low-level hot tubs can be made into as much, or as little, of a feature as you like.
Build them into patios, sink them into lawns, or surround them with fencing for your very own secret hideaway. Similar from

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