So great I had to post twice! Just wanted to give you an idea how it looks in situ. We spent a long time deciding on the best spot for the tub and have had to trim one of the Oak trees so it doesn't fill with acorns. I really hope all my guests will love it. You do have to commit to it though as it take 2-3hrs of feeding the fire to get it warmed up but this weeks guests said was well worth the wait. A magical experience sitting in your own slice of paradise in steaming hot water-bliss. It was so hot this week-weather wise-that it was used as a cool tub asa well! It'll come into it's own in the winter as well-imagine sitting in it with snow all around.
It was an epic wait but well worth it. The hot tub finally made it up to the site earlier this month. I had been badly let down by another company but then thankfully found a great guy who's company Ecotubs are just in Doncaster. With the help of Mike (local farmer & friend) we had the tub up at site without too much trouble. Last weeks guests were the first to use it and loved it!