Weekly hire from just £200 for an inflatable hot tub and £300 for a solid hot tub.

Hiring a hot tub is an awesome way to enjoy a bit of luxury at an affordable price, without the commitment or responsibility of buying one.

Maybe you’re planning a party… or a staycation… or just a bit of luxury for you.
We deliver to Gloucestershire, South Wales, Bristol & the South West, Monmouth and Herefordshire.

Whatever the reason, it’s time to treat yourself! What are you waiting for?

Read on for some more information and options or check availability and book!

Do you own a holiday property? Find out how you can hire a hot tub for your guests.


Ever wanted to buy a hot tub, but not sure if it’s for you?
Not sure how much you will use it?
How will it look in your garden?

We have the perfect solution for you… why not try before you buy?

Hire an inflatable tub and if you decide to buy a new one from us at the end of the hire we will give you £100 off your purchase!

Or hire a solid tub and if you buy one at the end of the hire we will give you £200 off your purchase… it’s a no brainer!

Now obviously when we say this we mean that you would have to buy one of OUR tubs and you must order it and pay within 7 days of the end of your hire. All our solid tubs are on a 6 – 8 week lead time and inflatables 2-3 weeks, so it would be with you before you know it.  What are you waiting for??


One of the first things you need to decide when hiring (or buying) a hot tub is whether you’d like a solid or inflatable one.

We often get asked “What is the difference between a solid and an inflatable tub?”

Besides the obvious answer (one is inflated and one is solid!) there are some distinct differences:



Access is restricted due to the tubs needing to be rolled into place. They cannot be lifted over objects or carried anywhere as they weigh 180kg. If we don’t have a clear, straight run that is at least 80cm wide and 180cm high for the smaller tub and 80cm wide and 200cm high for the large tubs then they will not fit.



The solid tubs are supplied with steps outside the tub. They also have a landing step inside, making access easy.



These tubs have moulded seats inside the tub; some seats are bench style and some are shaped.



All of our solid tubs have hydro jets. This means they shoot air and warm water out from strategically placed jets on the sides of the tub at high pressure. They can be used to target specific aching muscles or joints, for example, the lower back. The jets have two levels of intensity, and they can also be individually switched off.



We supply a hydraulic lid lift with every solid tub, for easy and safe removal of the lid.

In the case of both types of tub the lid clips in all around the tub when not in use, to keep the heat in and unwanted items out.



These are dispensed from within the tub during use, requiring no customer involvement other than regular testing.


Both types of tub heat the water to a very toasty 40 degrees Celsius.



Anywhere that an adult can fit, an inflatable can be carried and set up.

We can go through houses and up steps with no problems.



There are no steps provided with the inflatable tubs; you just step in and sit down.



These tubs have no seats: you sit on the floor. The floor is padded and comfortable and it does give you the ability to stretch out more. However the lack of a structured seat can make it trickier for those with mobility issues.



The inflatable tubs have air jets which work by blowing air into the water from the bottom of the tub, creating a gentle massaging effect. You will still have the rejuvenating bubbles, but not at the higher pressure that hydro jets in the solid tubs are capable of. In the inflatable tub the jets are either all on or all off, there is no way of controlling them individually.



The lid is also inflatable, and must be lifted off and set safely to one side.

In the case of both types of tub the lid clips in all around the tub when not in use, to keep the heat in and unwanted items out.



These are dispensed from a floating dispenser in the tub, which you will need to top up.


Both types of tub heat the water to a very toasty 40 degrees Celsius.

Choosing which type of tub can be a very personal choice, depending on the occasion for the hire, the access and budget.

We are always happy to help and give advice… just contact us.


So the next thing to decide is whether you’d like to…


We understand that you probably have a few questions you’d like to ask before booking your hot tub.

Here are some questions and answers to get you started:


Can the hot tubs go on grass?

Yes, our hot tubs can go on grass but only with our flooring which incurs an additional £25 charge and in the summer months only. Please bear in mind that your grass can be damaged from lack of oxygen and it may be preferable to find an alternative location.

Can the hot tubs go on decking?

Yes, our hot tubs can go on decking. However, please bear in mind that to accommodate our hot tubs your deck must be able to sufficiently handle 1200kg of weight, plus an average weight of 80kg for each person who will simultaneously occupy the tub.

Can the hot tubs go on patios?

Yes, our hot tubs are perfect for patios. Your patio must be able to sufficiently handle 1200kg of weight, plus an average weight of 80kg for each person who will simultaneously occupy the tub.

My garden is uneven, should I put something down to level it?

Both types of tub can cope with slightly uneven ground when coupled with our plastic flooring, for which there is a £20 charge.

Inflatables can also handle slightly sloping surfaces but obviously this is reflected in the tub water level.

Solid tubs however cannot be sited on sloping ground and need a very level surface for the filtration and jets to operate correctly.


Do I need an outside socket?

No you don’t need an outside socket as we provide various lengths of weatherproof extension leads up to 25m that can go through a window to plug in inside.

However because they’re made from thick cable to handle the power of the hot tub, the window will not be able to latch on them.

Do I need an outside tap?

No you don’t need an outside tap, as we carry various tap connectors on the van!

However, we will need notifying beforehand and a photo of the tap head sent to us, to ensure we have the correct fitting for your tap.

Do I need a hose pipe?

No you don’t need a hose pipe, we carry several lengths of hose on the van.

I'd like to put the tub 30 metres from my house. Do I need to buy a longer hose?

No, there’s no need for you to buy a hose for this. We have hoses to cover that distance.


How many people fit in a hot tub?

Our hot tubs are designed to accommodate four or six adults depending upon which size you have booked.

How long does it take to fill a hot tub?

This depends entirely on the water pressure at your property. Generally it takes anywhere from 1 hour to 2 hours to fill a hot tub. We will start the filling process and leave you to finish filling and turn the tub on.

Are the hot tubs cleaned between hires?

Absolutely, yes. Each hot tub is deep cleaned and sanitised between hires. On delivery, your tub is cleaned again and ‘shock-treated’ with chemicals to ensure the highest level of hygiene. Each tub hire also includes a brand new filter.

Will I have to deal with chemicals?

Yes, we provide a chemical kit with every hire that includes test strips and a range of chemicals for you to maintain the quality of the water of your hot tub.

There is a manual included in the chemical kit but you will also be sent a video detailing the daily tests and checks you will be required to carry out for the duration of your hire.

How much water will the tub use?

Depending on the size of tub you hire it will require between 800 and 1100 litres of water to fill. You shouldn’t need to top up the level unless considerable splashing occurs.

Does the hot tub need plugging in the whole time?

Yes it does. The motor needs to be plugged in to maintain the temperature in your tub and constantly filter the water. The heating element operates like the central heating thermostat in your home, so only cuts in when the water temperature drops, but the filter pump will run the whole time.

How much will the electricity cost, to run the hot tub?

Of course this is a bit tricky to say, as the cost will depends on use and on your electricity tariff.

If you are on a pre-paid meter it will cost more, but an average hire will use between £10 and £20 in a week.

Can you provide a gazebo with your hot tubs?

Yes we can provide a gazebo for an additional charge of £35.  These are the canopy only (without sides).

We can site the gazebo on patio / decking or on grass but we need to know which surface upon booking, so that we can bring the correct anchoring system.

You can upgrade to add LED strip lighting for £5, or a disco light with bluetooth speaker for just £10. Or both!

Does the hot tub come with a lid?

Yes, all hot tubs are supplied with lids which must be clipped in at all times when the tub isn’t in use.

The solid tubs also come with a hydraulic lid lifter to assist in the removal of the lid.

Do I need to empty the hot tub ready for collection?

No. When we arrive to collect the tub we need it plugged in and switched on so we can test everything. Also the water needs to be hot in the tub especially in winter months, as freezing temperatures can damage the pump. We use a high speed submersible pump to empty the hot tub to the nearest drain or can pump straight onto your garden.


How long does installation take?

It takes approximately 30 minutes to 1 hour to install a hot tub, depending on type. Access restrictions can delay the process.

Are there any places you can't get to, to install the hot tubs?

The inflatable tubs are very compact when deflated, allowing us to deliver them to almost any location that a human can walk.  If you’re hiring a gazebo too we need a clear area of 3 square metres.

The solid tubs do have access restrictions, so a video will need to be sent before we accept a booking to check for any obstacles. We have two sizes that need minimum 80cm width, the standard needs 1.8m in height clearance, and the large needs 2m height.  Both are rolled into place and cannot be lifted or pushed up steep gradients. They both need a clear space of 3m x 2.5m to allow for steps and lid lifter.

Please see the short video below to get an idea of what access we need.


What do I need to prepare for my hot tub hire?

Prepare for your hot tub hire by reviewing our Hot Tubs Rock Terms & Conditions.  If you still have any questions, please contact us and we’d be happy to help.

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