Whether it’s in GOODLAND’s home in the fern-filled forests of Bowen Island in British Columbia, the middle of the Southern California desert, or at a beautifully-designed cabin in the Northeast, we love to see the different places where our Wood Burning Hot Tubs end up. We’re excited to share with you a map of all the places where you can try a GOODLAND Hot Tub—vacation rentals, bookable cabins, boutique stays, and more.
Use this map to explore different ideas for wood fired hot tub setups, and get inspired for how you can incorporate one in your outdoor landscaping. Whether it’s in the middle of a forest for a true back-to-nature experience, closer to a cabin or home for convenience, on a wooden deck, take a look at all of the different ways members of our tub club have set up with soaking tub outdoors.
Or, book a stay to experience a GOODLAND outdoor soaking tub for yourself before you buy.
A few stays we love
To get you started, we’ve highlighted a few stays to inspire you…
1. Arro Dunes, California
Just outside of California’s Joshua Tree, Arro Dunes is a restorative getaway surrounded by the dunes and the desert. The remote location allows for seclusion, with the Wood Burning Hot Tub offering sublime desert views. The cabin is beautifully designed, with organic materials and minimalist decor that creates a sense of deep relaxation.
2. Doah House, Virginia
In the forested Blue Mountains of Virginia, Doah House is a design-forward getaway. The entire cabin is designed for slow living and opportunities to restore and replenish. The Wood Burning Hot Tub is just steps from the cabin, allowing for soaks in all weather—in the evening as the sun shines through the trees or as a cozy relax under the rain.
Anupaya. Photo Credit: Janalla Photography
3. Anupaya Cabin, Ontario
A wilderness retreat on the shores of the Ottawa River, the cabins at Anupaya are designed for slowing down and tuning into nature. With the nearby river, you can alternate between a cool waters of nature and the hot waters of the Wood Burning Hot Tub.
The Trail House. Photo Credit: Tristan Deggan
4. The Trail House, British Columbia
The Trail House is the bookable cabin of GOODLAND Founders Craig and Kendra. Nestled within the hemlocks and ferns of British Columbia’s Bowen Island, The Trail House is a quick getaway from Vancouver. The Wood Burning Hot Tub sits just out front of the contemporary cedar-clad cabin—allowing you to enjoy a soak under the stars after a day exploring the forested trails and rugged waters of the island.
5. Terre et Neige, Quebec
Just a short drive from Ottawa, Terre et Neige’s two cabins are envisioned as a place to relax surrounded by nature. At both cabins, a Wood Burning Hot Tub provides an added opportunity to find stillness amid the natural beauty surrounding—whether that’s under a starry sky, looking out onto the colourful trees in autumn, or a soak as the snow is falling.
Discover more destinations to soak in our Wood Burning Hot Tub in our ongoing A Place to Pause series.