At the time of writing, only one Haven holiday park has hot tubs - Perran Sands in Cornwall.
The hot tub option is only available in the Beach Houses at Perran Sands. They're one of the poshest types of accommodation offered by Haven, so they aren't as cheap as caravans, chalets or lodges.
Also worth noting is that Perran Sands is usually one of the more expensive Haven holiday parks in our price comparisons.
Haven also has lodges, caravans, chalets and glamping around the UK but none of these are currently available with private hot tubs or jacuzzis (as of October 2021).
How much does a Haven holiday with a hot tub cost?
As with all holiday parks, the Haven accommodation with hot tubs varies in price depending on when you visit.
However, to give you a rough idea we searched for a week's holiday in August 2022 for a family of four.
A week in a beach house with a hot tub was £6398. For comparison, the cheapest caravan for the same week was £1945. That means that the beach houses are more than triple the price of the cheapest caravans.
On the plus side, the beach houses are big enough for six people whilst the caravans are big enough for four people.
So, the Beach House with Hot Tub would cost you £152 per person, per night whilst the caravan is £69 per person, per night.
Those prices are for the standard Haven holiday option, which means you can use all the facilities. Haven also offer a slightly cheaper option called Haven Hideaway where you just get accommodation and access to the restaurants (for a while they were called Haven Stay/Haven Stay + Play).
Needless to say, the Haven lodges with hot tubs are much cheaper outside of school holidays. We found they were already booked for most dates, so they are obviously popular.
Are the Haven beach houses with hot tubs worth the money?
For the (not insignificant) increase in price, you do get a few upgrades with the Haven Beach Houses with Hot Tubs.
Firstly, a beach house with a hot tub is much more spacious. A standard caravan at Haven is 10ft wide. For those of us who struggle with old fashioned measurements, that's about 3m.
It's less than two average-height men lying down. That's pretty narrow when compared to the image above of the Beach House with hot tub.
You get a decent amount of private outdoor space, which has a swing seat and an outside dining table under a pagoda.
The Beach Houses are located with good sea views, which isn't available with all the accommodation at Perran Sands.
There's a master bedroom with an en suite, a second bedroom with two single beds and a kids room with cabin-style bunk beds.
A standard Haven caravan has a much more compact (i.e. smaller) kitchen and lounge area. You also only get one bathroom with most caravans, whereas the Beach House with hot tub has two bathrooms.
Some caravans which are described as being for six people actually have two bedrooms, with the other two people sleeping on a fold out bed in the lounge. With the Haven accommodation with hot tubs you get separate rooms, so there is less faffing around at bedtime.
So, is it worth the extra £4000+ to upgrade? I'll leave that up to you...
You can watch a video about the Haven beach houses with hot tubs here.
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