The best UK hotels with outdoor pools to enjoy this summer from £41 per person a night

WITH any luck the UK will be basking in glorious sunshine this summer, as many of us plan to staycation instead of going abroad.

If the weather does heat up, you'll be feeling very smug, having booked a stay at one of these UK hotels with outdoor swimming pools.

Hotels will be able to reopen from May 17. This is after self-catered accommodation which includes holiday parks and caravan parks, which can open from April 12.

On June 21, holidays will resume with no restrictions in England.

Theses hotels will be the perfect place to make the most of any potential heatwave when we can finally travel in the UK again.

We reveal where you should cool off with a swim this summer.

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Sinah Warren Coastal Hotel, Hayling Island, Hampshire

For a touch of exclusivity, head to Sinah Warren – a hotel on Hayling Island, an inlet reached only by a causeway from the Hampshire coast.

It's a large hotel surrounded by beautiful gardens, where you can find a heated outdoor pool, a giant chess, a spa, and tennis courts.

Some rooms overlook pretty Langstone Harbour, with balconies or garden patios andhere’s live music and entertainment every night.

Guests can stroll along the coast or visit nearby Portsmouth Harbour.

  • Stay from £66.50pppn

Riviera Lodge, Torquay, Devon

On a quiet tree-lined road, overlooking its own quiet gardens and swimming pool, this adult-only hotel is a fantastic choice for a relaxing break.

During the day there's a light lunch menu on offer , if you can tear yourself away from the pool.

You can also enjoy a drink in the colonial-style bar, soak up the sunshine in the sun lounge or catch a glimpse of the nearby bay from the terrace.

  • Stay from £48.50pppn

Castle of Comfort, Nether Stowey, Somerset

This 16th century country house is on the slopes of the Quantock Hills, not far from Exmoor National Park.

It has quiet gardens where guests can take a dip in the outdoor pool as well as a lounge for drinks and cocktails.

Guests get free Wi-Fi, free parking and access to the on-site restaurant.

  • Stay from £55pppn

The Havelock, Shanklin, Isle of Wight

You'd be forgiven for thinking you were in the Spain at The Havelock, which has a Mediterranean-style pool set in lovely gardens.

There are ensuite rooms here, some of which have a sea view, and the seafront is close by.

The full English breakfast here is a real treat, made using fresh local produce where possible, which can be enjoyed on the outdoor terrace area.

  • Stay from £50pppn

Porth Veor, Newquay, Cornwall

These Villas and Apartments are just three minutes’ walk from Porth Beach and a five-minute drive from the centre of Newquay.

As well as an outdoor pool, guests get free Wi-Fi and private parking, and can choose from self-catering, bed and breakfast or half-board accommodation.

Rooms are light, spacious and modern withbalconies and patios to enjoy during the summer.

  • Stay from £41pppn

Bedruthan Hotel & Spa, Newquay, Cornwall

The Bedruthan has not one but three outdoor pools, one shallow for little ones to enjoy and a large, deep pool surrounded by gardens and loungers –perfect for sunny days.

There's also an indoor pool if the weather takes a turn.

Set on a clifftop by the beautiful Cornish coastline, the beach is right by the hotel if you get bored of the pool and there's also a luxurious spa and restaurant.

  • Stay from £63pppn

The Grand Hotel, Eastbourne, East Sussex

If you fancy a bit more of a splurge, book into the five-star Grand Hotel in Eastbourne, often referred to by locals as "A Palace By the Sea".

As well as an amazing outdoor swimming pool, the hotel has great views of the sea and the dramatic cliffs at Beachy Head.

It's also home to what is considered to be one of the best restaurants on the south coast and the rooms themselves have all the luxury touches you'd expect from a five-star hotel.

  • Stay from £114pppn

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