Middlemoor Farm Holidays

Available with our glamping accommodation

HOT TUBS

GLAMPING WITH HOT TUBS

PLOVER | PEWEET | MOONRAKER | MISS ELLIE | Bracken | fern

Both our narrowboats, Miss Ellie and Moonraker, our showman’s caravans, Plover and Peweet and our glamping pods, Bracken and Fern have their very own outdoor log-fired hot tubs which can be hired separately with your accommodation. Glamping with hot tubs is a certain way to help you unwind whilst taking in the incredible sunrises and sunsets across the Northumberland skies. 

The hot tubs are fuelled by kiln-dried wood and are simple to use. Once heated, the hot tub is designed to stay warm for up to 10 hours and can accommodate up to six guests, our smaller hot tubs in Bracken and Fern are comfortable for two guests. If you book our hot tub package, we will supply logs for the equivalent of one night’s heating, as well as hooded dry robes. 

Before your arrival, the hot tub will be filled with cold water and we light the fire if you wish to use the hot tub that day – depending on your estimated arrival time. The hot tub water is chlorine-free, but if you are staying more than two nights we empty, clean and refill the hot tub for you on day three.

OUR HOT TUB GUIDE

  • Remember to bring your bathers and crocs/sliders.
  • Please use the plastic tumblers we provide whilst in/around the hot tub.
  • Do not bring your own logs for the hot tub or fire pit- we supply/sell sustainably sourced dried timber.
  • When you book a hot tub you will receive one nights worth of logs for heating, as well as hooded dry robes. 

Please read through the guidelines so you fully understand what to expect.

  • The tub will be filled with fresh water for your arrival.
  • Fire will be lit ahead of your arrival unless requested otherwise.
  • It takes 2.5 hours for the hot tub to get up to a target temperature of 38 degrees.
  • The hot tub temperature should not reach more than 38 degrees.
  • If the hot tub gets too hot you can add more cold water, there is a cold water tap around the hot tub.
  • It will take at least 3 packs of briquettes to heat the tub. The fire must be kept going to get the temperature up.
  • Light the fire using the firelighters and kindling provided.
  • Keep the airflow vents open to accelerate the fire – stack the kindling and then logs allowing air/oxygen to move around the burning surfaces
  • Shut the door after refuelling.
  • Add more logs until the water reaches 35 degrees – a thermometer has been provided.
  • Please put the lid back on after use this will help hold the temperature and keeps it safe.
  • On morning of departure, do not re-kindle the fire, as it needs to be cold for us to empty it.
  • Do not empty the water out the tub whilst hot. We will empty, clean and refill.
  • Children must be supervised at all times. It is also recommended that children spend no more than 20 minutes in the hot tub at one time.
  • Staying in the hot tub too long can cause fainting.
  • Hot tub should not be used if pregnant.
  • Please do not use the hot tub with any open wounds, sores or infections, as this may cause bacterial infection.
  • Hot tubs dehydrate you – so please keep drinking plenty of fresh water. Alcohol does not rehydrate you!
  • Anyone suffering a heart condition, obesity, low or high blood pressure, diabetes and circulation problems should consult their doctor before using a hot tub.
  • Never leave one person in the hot tub alone, especially at the end of an evening.
  • Please shower before entering the hot tub.
  • Glass is never to be used in/around the hot tub – plastic glasses are provided.
  • For safety reasons, please keep the lid on the hot tub when not in use.
  • The chimney and log burner are very hot – do not touch.
  • Use gloves provided to work the log burner.
  • If any damage occurs to the hot tub or log burner please contact us as soon as possible. Any damage occurred must be paid for.
  • No electrical gadgets/appliances allowed in/around the hot tub.
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