Royal Tubs is the leader in wooden hot tubs in the UK. We provide an unparalleled source of relaxation and enjoyment by means of our experience, commitment to quality, and our sheer love and understanding of hot tubs. There is also a sense of tradition involved in “tubbing”, with their Japanese origin that dates back hundreds of years. We try to fuse tradition, comfort, and relaxation to provide the best customer experience possible.
The products that we offer here at Royal Tubs are all great for relaxation and enjoyment of life in a traditional manner. It’s a means for enjoying quality time with family and friends as well as having some precious private time for oneself.
Every wooden hot tub is designed with extreme care, exceptional design, quality material, and your comfort in mind! The fact that the wood we use – either Larch or Spruce – are very calming and relaxing also helps.
Relax and enjoy life and appreciate everything that you have. Just how do you do that in today’s hectic and turbulent world? By going back to simple and natural means, that’s how. In doing so, you’ll get to experience a traditional form of luxury that allows you to sit back and have the exact kind of relaxation and pleasure that you deserve. Royal Tubs will help you with all that through our wooden hot tubs and other products.
We take pride in being the number one hot tub specialists in the UK and we do it while remaining affordable for anyone who wants to enjoy their own wood fired hot tub. All of our clients expect only the best from us and we respond to that by coming up with great designs and using the finest grade wood available. Customers need only to select from our array of products, customise and then enjoy our customised delivery service. Read more
Learn How to Deal With Them!
There’s nothing better than owning a hot tub or pool, especially in summer. The only problem is that for most owners, this invites some unwanted and dangerous guests around the same time. Hornets, Wasps, and Yellow Jackets are problematic in that they tend to build their nests close to water sources and as autumn approaches, their aggression becomes wild. It’s obvious you can’t enjoy yourself with a potentially deadly group of stingers flying around your tub or pool but fear not! There are a number of things you can do to start fighting back and taking control of your pool/hot tub.
For hundreds of years people have enjoyed the age old Japanese style of tubbing. Not only is it a deeply relaxing and therapeutic experience it can also have a number of health benefits, and can help to relieve pain and symptoms from a variety of medical conditions.
In Japan they call them “ofuros“ and to this day they are present in most Japanese homes. A wooden bath used to enjoy a long, relaxing soak in hot water is seen as the perfect way to relax and unwind after a long day. At Royal Tubs we manufacture our modern take on this traditional product from the finest spruce and larch, creating a superior product the people of Japan would surely approve.
For centuries people have enjoyed the unique experience of using saunas. Now we fully understand and appreciate the health benefits they offer the attraction is even greater than ever before. Royal Tubs, manufacturers of wooden home saunas made with the finest spruce and larch woods, provide a superior quality product that not only offers great health benefits but also promotes a wonderful sense of well-being.
To build a wooden hot tub that will stand the rest of time, you need wood of the best available quality.
The best wood for quality barrel hot tubs, home saunas and water tanks is either Larch or Spruce. “First grown” wood will offer the best longevity this valuable wood comes from trees that may have been growing for up to a thousand years. This has given them a long time to establish the natural chemical extractives that protect the wood from decay. Sadly there are no “first grown” Larch or Spruce trees available anymore so we now rely on “second growth”. Unfortunately these trees are only likely to be around 60 years old and this has a significant impact on the level of extractives that make the wood decay resistant.