BBC Ground Force star Alan Titchmarsh has admitted to being an advocate of garden hot tub, despite their common misconceptions and associations.
Titchmarsh purchased a new house which already had a hot tub installed in the garden, he and his wife tried it out “for a giggle” and were immediate Hot Tub converts.
“Gone are the days when they were seen only as a facility for fostering dodgy relationships on The Only Way is Essex” he wrote in the Telegraph Gardening supplement.
Titchmarsh confessed to “initially being a bit sniffy about them. But they sit, great vats of turquoise water, with fancy jets that squirt hither and yon, waterfalls and coloured lighting, even music blaring from waterproof speakers if that is your predilection.
“And then we bought a house on the Isle of Wight that had one installed in the garden.”
Titchmarsh now admits to one of his favourite ways to relax being sat in his hot tub gazing over the solent from his Isle of Wight home.
“At six-o-clock in the evening we slid beneath the warm and foaming waters, glass in hand, to watch the yachts glide by,” he said.
“Our prejudices, for some strange reason, were simply washed away.”
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