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Woman in Hot Tub

Hot Tub Operating Instructions

If you need further assistance on operating the hot tub please contact Michelle on 07502726596

  1. Do not light the heater (log burner) unless the tub is filled with water above the indicated level 

  2. Never empty water from the hot tub whilst the heater is hot or still burning wood. 

How to light the fire

  1. Add a layer of larger logs on the bottom of the burner 

  2. create a jenga like structure with kindling on top of these logs 

  3. add 1-3 firelighters in the middle of the kindling and wait to see that the fire has caught on the kindling

  4. Close the door and open the vent to allow some airflow into the fire 

  5. Once the fire is established and has larger flames, close the vent to restrict the airflow

  6. Keep monitoring the water temperature thermometer and stop adding logs at approximately 35°

  7. You are aiming for a stable 38° to 40° temperature for bathing

  8. Keep the cover on the hot tub when heating and overnight to keep the water hot 

  9. Always shower thoroughly before bathing in the hot tub, and wash your feet before getting in. 

Hot & Cold Tub Policy

We want you to know that we’re doing our part to help all of our guests stay safe during your time with us. To keep you safe and happy we have outlined our health and safety policy for our hot and cold tub and we require all participants to have read and acknowledged they have read and understood these terms at the point of booking 

General Health & Safety for all guests using the hot & cold tub

  • Please do not take any glass or sharp objects in or around the tubs

  • Any children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult

  • Please wear swimwear only in the tubs, no underwear please

  • Food is not allowed to be consumed in the hot tubs

  • Clean bodies = clean hot tub, please ensure you have a shower before entering the tubs and avoid wearing heavy lotions and makeup.

  • Our dedicated area for the tubs is a no-smoking area

  • You should not use the hot and cold tub facilities if you have sensitive skin, open sores, and wounds, or have had a cold or stomach problems within the last 7 days. Please contact your GP before use if you are pregnant, receiving medical treatment or have a long-term illness. 

  • If you are under the influence of drugs, alcohol or any other substances; and your behaviour is disruptive or disrespectful towards other guests and our staff you will be asked to leave the premises and no refunds will be issued. 

  • Our hot tubs are outside in the open air, please walk slowly and carefully at all times as the track is uneven in some areas.

  • Please have caution that the metal surfaces of the log burner may be hot to touch 

  • All surfaces may be slippery when wet, walk carefully 



All individuals using the hot or cold tub agrees: 

  1. Use of any of the hot and cold tub equipment, areas or facilities available at The Rewilding and Patty’s Barn is entirely at your own risk. An induction explaining how to safely and properly use the facilities will be provided. You must not use any equipment or undertake any activity at The Rewilding unless you are satisfied that you are competent to do so in a safe and proper manner.

  2. When using any equipment and facilities available at The Rewilding at Patty’s Barn you must take care to safeguard your own health and safety, and you will be solely responsible for any loss or injury that you cause to yourself, other persons or to the equipment or facilities to the extent that it is caused through your unsafe or improper use of the equipment or facilities (including your use of them whilst under the influence of alcohol or medication) or your failure to advise The Rewilding of a medical condition relevant to your use of the equipment or facility.

  3. To hold harmless and indemnify The Rewilding, its employees and partners, from any and all liability for any damage to the personal property of, or personal injury to, any third party resulting from the ticket holder's participation of any and all activities at The Rewilding.

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