Incorporating a Hot Tub into a Small but Luxurious Space

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Relaxing in your garden is one of life’s little luxuries, and when you come home from a long day at the office, or wake up on a sunny Saturday morning, it’s great to have somewhere to put your feet up and just take in your surroundings.

Decorating your garden with pots and plants can help to make your garden bright and beautiful to make it a more pleasurable to spend time in.

If you have a small garden it may be hard to fit everything you desire in such as tables and chairs, recliners and even a shed, but sometimes just one touch of luxury can make your garden feel that much more special and turn your friends and family green with envy.

There are many different ways to make your garden more luxurious, whether you create a little pond in the corner or perhaps invest in a beautiful water fountain. You could buy a state of the art barbeque or even better; make the step to buy yourself a hot tub.

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Hot tubs may seem like something of a dream to most people, you either think there isn’t enough room in your garden or the cost of buying one would simply be too much for you to afford. That is not however always the case.

A survey by Lloyds insurance found that 10% of the country now has a hot tub, it is a great addition to any home and fabulous when entertaining friends and family.

As features such as decking become more popular in smaller gardens, and for those who don’t have much spare time to do the gardening, so do the addition of a hot tub.

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Places like Artesian Hot Tubs and Spas have a fantastic choice of hot tubs to choose from in a huge range of sizes and styles.

Some hot tubs come strategically placed jets to loosen those tense muscles after a long day and others are large enough for a party of four to sit comfortably.

As you can see, there is no reason your small garden or backyard cannot be transformed into the luxurious space you deserve.

With furnishings such as BBQs, water features and hot tubs, you will have a desirable place to spend time every day of the week and really put your feet up.


How to add a hot tub into your small outdoor space and turn into a luxurious space the envy of your neighbors.

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  1. Richard Watters
    August 6, 2013 / 9:16 am

    Personally I don’t really “get” hot tubs, don’t understand why you’d want to share your dead skin and sweat with other people, but hey, each to their own.

    On a practical note, these can detract rather than add value to the property as people like me would just see the cost of removing it. Not a problem if you’re not going to sell, of course.

    • Nancy Miller
      April 11, 2015 / 12:02 am

      If you had osteoarthritis you’d want one. 🙂

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  3. Janice Dalton
    February 18, 2014 / 10:44 pm

    Well I for one would be overjoyed if I moved into a house with a hot tub like the pictures show! A nice glass of red and relax! Heaven!

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