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The Hot Tub is located up on the main patio and is available for your exclusive use for 2 hours anytime between 16:00-21:00 on a daily basis and is provided for your complimentary use.


We really don’t like to tell people what they can and can’t do, as this always sounds a negative. The Spa is for your pleasure during your stay but we have listed down some Do’s and Don’ts ultimately for your safety and pleasure and our protection.

Due to our local water in Pyecombe we reccomend not turning on the air vents as this may causes excessive foam build up.


In our new 7 seater Aspen Spa installed in March 2023 there are two primary seats - (1) Lounger  (2) Captains seat of which both have foot massage. 

We kindly request you vacate the Spa by 21:00 and be respectful to our neighbours and not play loud music.

We have provided two bathrobes to be used; these are hanging up in the bedroom. Please can we kindly ask you to take a shower and remove makeup before using the Hot Tub and tie up your hair up if its long as we wouldn’t like your hair to turn green due the Bromine  in the tub ;o)

On arrival we will show you how to operate the tub and the new roof that goes over the top. The roof can be opened to stargase at night or closed to keep the tub dry if raining

We kindly ask you to read through the below guidelines and let me know verbally you are happy with everything.

These are recommendations as set out by the The Hot Tub Society.

The Hot Tub is heated to 40° at night and boosted between 15:00–16:00.  Please note !….When the pumps are running on full power the tub will naturally decrease in temperature as the heating system does not work when in use. By having the pumps on medium and not high, will help to maintain the heat.

At 40° you are advised to limit your time in the hot tub to a maximum of 30 minutes in each use to a maximum of 2 hours in any one given time (These are guidelines and not compulsory)

  • Exceeding this time can affect your inner organs and cause fever-like conditions.

  • Please shower and rinse before using the hot tub, as this washes away many of the common skin bacteria and chemicals that will reduce the effectiveness and cleanliness of the hot tub.

  • People with skin, ear, or other body infections, open sores, or wounds should not use the hot tub due to the risk of spreading infection.

  • Pregnant women and persons with heart disease, diabetes, low or high blood pressure, or any serious illness should consult their doctor before using the hot tub.

  • Excessive exposure to the hot tub can increase the risk of allergic reactions and skin complaints.

  • If any allergic reaction occurs leave the hot tub and rinse off in the shower then contact me 07966 292601.

  • We suggest not to consume alcohol before or during hot tub use. (These are guidelines and not compulsory) !!! The heat of the water speeds up the effects of alcohol and can cause sleepiness, dizziness and unconsciousness.

  • We suggest not use the hot tub when on medication as this may cause sleepiness, drowsiness or raise/lower blood pressure.

  • We suggest not use the hot tub after a heavy meal or exercise as the water temperature can affect your heart rate.

  • Please only use plastic glass which are available in the lodge.

  • Please do not sit on the plastic lid, which covers the filter.

  • Please ensure you understand how to remove and store the cover when using the hot tub.

  • For the consideration of our neighbours, music should not be played loudly by the hot tub and we kindly request you vacate by 21:00


It is natural to raise your voices to speak over the jets, but please be aware that sound does travel very easily in the countryside and regulate your volume accordingly.

We reserve the right to withdraw the hot tub without refund in the event of misuse. 

If the hot tub needs to be shut down, cleaned and refilled due to misuse then an additional charge of £80 will apply.

We appreciate you taking the time to go through the above 


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