Look at the direction you will be facing, from neighbouring windows, doors, trees or fences. Also consider the view from your hot tub.
Your hot tub location is very important to optimise your soaking and provide a relaxing environment for you and your family.
WHAT MAKES A GREAT GARDEN HOT TUB LANDSDCAPE:
- A private and enclosed hot tub
- Boundary walls softened by planting
- Generous paved areas crisply neatly edged
- Contemporary layout, ornaments and garden furniture
Locate your hot tub in a sheltered private part of the garden so that you can relax at leisure. Decking next to hot tubs is comfortable on the feet but makle sure it can dry out well and does not become slippery. Where possible site decking in a sunny position.
Use smooth but non-slip concrete or hard bricks, which will absorb the heat of the sun during the day and retain warmth.
Choosing the right plants is important. Be aware that the fragrance of some flowers can attract insects. Select plants that tolerate a water environment but don’t attract bugs such as ornamental grasses, lilies etc.