I want a house ON the beach with a hot tub

(121 Posts)
LaurieFairyCake Mon 27-May-19 23:11:46

PLUS dog friendly

It doesn't exist sad

I need all 3 as differing requirements. Need to see young-ish children, have hot tub for oldies plus must have dog with us.

I've literally searched every site, hoping that someone has stayed in one individual place exactly like this

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LaurieFairyCake Mon 27-May-19 23:21:39

Need to see youngish children in sight on the beach

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homemadegin Tue 28-May-19 00:59:04

Have you tried

Pets in pyjamas

They have some, not sure where you want to be location wise?

I'm sure I looked at one in Wales as well.

Rainatnight Tue 28-May-19 01:01:59


LaurieFairyCake Tue 28-May-19 08:14:12

There are none on any of those smile- only steep inclines to beach

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GarthFunkel Tue 28-May-19 08:15:20

To fit how many people?

LaurieFairyCake Tue 28-May-19 08:30:53

3 bedrooms (or 1 if we go on our own another time)

Found one gorgeous beach hut on a private beach and weirdly no dogs confused

I'm really hoping that there's one place like I'm describing somewhere

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LaurieFairyCake Tue 28-May-19 08:31:18

I literally spent 4 hours looking unsuccessfully yesterday

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Villanellesproudmum Tue 28-May-19 08:34:02

If you’re on Facebook one of the dog friendly holidays groups will find you one easily enough.

ChequersDog Tue 28-May-19 08:36:29

Does it have to be in the UK? I think there’s a Center Parcs in Holland where the bungalows are on the beach and some of them might have hot tubs.

boxlikeamarchhare Tue 28-May-19 08:36:32

I struggled just for a nice house that takes a dog within walking distance to a beach this year, ended up in Northumberland- ½ mile walk, nice village with pubs and restaurants, no hot tub and not on the beach 🏖.

LizziesTwin Tue 28-May-19 08:38:16

Have a look at Pagham, Aldrich, Bognor. Beaches dog friendly, lots of houses directly on beach.

OliviaBenson Tue 28-May-19 08:38:31

I think the issue is the beach- you won't get a house actually on a beach where you can just let kids go off and watch them from the windows. Why is that a requirement?

Geneticsbunny Tue 28-May-19 08:42:40

I thought all beaches in the UK were public due to the right to roam?

Crimebustersofthesea Tue 28-May-19 08:43:43

Any good? Not sure whereabouts you want to be...



(I've never stayed at either of these!)

LaurieFairyCake Tue 28-May-19 08:47:00

Almost everywhere we've stayed you've had to cross the road to the beach and yet when we've been actual places we've seen houses with direct access onto the beach - we want one of those (not down a steep cliff because of the dog)

We want the south coast or south west

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LaurieFairyCake Tue 28-May-19 08:47:34

Yes in the UK, dog passport will be a nightmare due to Brexit

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LaurieFairyCake Tue 28-May-19 08:47:58

I literally want one perfect place that someone's been to

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SheRaTheAllPowerful Tue 28-May-19 08:51:46


SheRaTheAllPowerful Tue 28-May-19 08:53:02

It’s the hot tub really that’s an issue as beach retreats have loads on the beach

justaweeone Tue 28-May-19 08:53:29

I follow the owner of this house on Instagram
No hot tub but you could always buy a lazy spa blow up one

Peoniesandcats Tue 28-May-19 08:53:40

I'm staying somewhere called The Talland Bay in Cornwall. Has a hot tub & allows dogs but it says "short stroll from the beach". Might be worth checking out if you can't find anything else...?

reefedsail Tue 28-May-19 08:55:01

I think one issue is that places like this are booked up way, way in advance. There are a few houses on the beach in Crackington Haven but when I've looked them up they've been terminally unbookable.

LaurieFairyCake Tue 28-May-19 08:55:22

Nope, live in London and nowhere to store a hot tub after grin

Need a sandy beach too for the 7 year old to dig in. Some lovely pebble ones posted but really want to satisfy the 7 year old.

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LaurieFairyCake Tue 28-May-19 08:56:05

That's exactly it, I'm happy to book the whole year in advance and pay practically anything to get what we want

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