Take a dip in a round hot tub
Turn your home into a spa with a round hot tub, perfect for hosting guests and relaxing in style. Warm water is amazing for easing pain and the jets can be used to target particularly achy muscles after a long day.
Inflatable hot tubs
There are a large number of benefits to choosing an inflatable hot tub in particular, not least because they tend to be less expensive than their more solid counterparts. Quick and simple to set up, they can easily then be deflated again for storage over winter, or to bring inside the house.
Generally available in both circular and hexagonal designs, the more supportive nature of the inflatable sides mean you can sit back and relax in comfort. It's also easy to add accessories, such as inflatable pillows and pool surrounds.
For a really luxurious spa experience, go for a wooden hot tub for your home. Often made from larch and spruce, wooden spas are packed with health advantages and soothing properties.
Tough and built to last, once they're wet they swell and don't shrink down again. This then adds to the durability of your hot tub. Not only that, but the soothing aroma of warm wood is extremely calming. Wood spas are ideal in larger gardens and come with all sorts of handy accessories so you can make a beautiful feature of it too.
Swim spas are large pools that are built like enormous hot tubs. They're made of an insulated acrylic shell, electric heater and water pumps. The key difference is that, unlike other types of spas, swim spas are big enough to swim in because in a swim spa you never stop and turn around.
A large water pump at one end creates a current for you to swim against. This offers fantastic relaxation and exercise, especially if space is at a premium for a standard swimming pool.