The Lodge Hot Tub Hideaway

Thurnham, Kent, England

Wooden lodge with private hot tub + enclosed garden. Enjoy fab views across the Kent Downs near Maidstone. Great for walkers, cyclists or to relax.

The Quirky Tour

A couples escape for relaxation and romance with private hot tub, crisp sheets and robes to give you a perfect night away.
You can come here for a single night away - or if able to be away for longer you may want to take walks to local pubs, go to Leeds Castle or simply stay at your accommodation.

CEO Jess' visit on 20th February during The Quirky Tour 2023

Key Points

  • Studio style wooden lodge with hot tub accessible via a woodland path with fully fenced garden.
  • Sleeps 2 in a double bed with fairy lights for added romance. The en-suite has a shower and eco toilet.
  • Well equipped kitchen with oven, electric hob and microwave for cooking inside or cook outside using the BBQ or firepit.
  • Many extras offered such as a range of hampers and dog sitting.
  • There is a wonderful 18th century Inn offering delicious food just 2 miles away.
  • The Lodge is kept cosy and warm with electric heating.
  • There is a 4G connection for those wishing to stay in touch.
  • The Lodge has a rural location yet is easily accessible from the M20, which can occasionally be heard if the wind is blowing a certain way.

Special Offer

10% off remaining stays in March- discount already applied to prices shown.

Single nights possible. Great reductions for longer stays.     


Retreat to Howe Court where you can find this gorgeous studio style property for 2 with private hot tub in the countryside at Thurnham in Kent. The large town of Maidstone and Leeds Castle is not far away.

The Lodge is a light & airy studio (30 sq m approx) with a double bed, kitchen/ living area with sofa bed suitable for one adult. There is an ensuite shower with eco- friendly toilet to protect the environment (we kindly ask gentlemen to sit here rather than stand!).  Facilities include a TV/DVD player, cooker, microwave, fridge & toaster, electric heating, outside lighting plus a torch. There is no wifi in this property but it has good 4g reception. 

Outside there is a decked area, with sun loungers, table & chairs, bbq & firepit plus the all important hot tub! Please note the Lodge is located ½ mile from the M20.  If the wind is blowing the wrong way you may hear the motorway in the far distance. 

If you wish to dine out then The Black Horse Inn is just a 40 minute walk away in the North Downs. This 18th century Inn offers cosy  nooks and crannies and roaring fireplaces. Dogs are welcome in parts of the pub but not in the restaurant. 

A gazebo will cover the hot tub in winter months providing it is not too windy.

Enquire for additional costs for a welcome hamper, breakfast hamper, food order, Tea and coffee provided.

No smoking inside the property. One or 2 dogs possible by arrangement at £20 to be paid on arrival.

The Lodge is reached along a bridleway/unmade road. 

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Discounted rates are offered for longer stays.


Room Types

Double Ensuite



 Not suitable for those with mobility issues


 Compost toilet



 Hot water






 Dining area

 Fairy lights





 Ironing board

 Plug sockets

 Sofa bed

Paid Extras


 Decoration for celebrations

 Extra logs / firewood






 Fairy lights

 Fire pit


 Garden - enclosed

 Private entrance

Nearby (within 5 miles)


 Local shop


 Pub / Bar

 Pub within walking distance

 Public transport




 No loud parties

 Quiet after 10pm


 Board games

 DVD player

 TV - Smart

 WiFi - No access to WiFi


 Private Hot Tub

On Arrival

 Included - Linen

 Included - Towels

 Personal check-in

 Self check-in

Safety & Security

 Deep Covid-19 clean

 Fire blanket

 Fire extinguisher

 First aid kit

 Smoke alarm


 Drinking water






 Kitchenware / Utensils



 Tea & Coffee



 Free parking


 Quiet location


 Set alone

 Small site (2-4 accoms)


Can I bring my dog?

Yes, up to 2 dogs can be added for £20 per stay.

Nearest Airport/s

London airports

Content updated on 10th March 2023 by Louise Catterall, Content Editor at QuirkyAccom in collaboration with Julie Brumer from The Lodge Hot Tub Hideaway