Hoe Grange Holidays offers four national award-winning, wheelchair accessible, self-catering lodges set in stunning countryside on a working farm. Close to Ashbourne and Bakewell, it is a perfect place to unwind with family or friends and explore the wonders of the Derbyshire Peak District.
Hoe Grange Holidays in the Derbyshire Peak District offers farm-based self-catering log cabins designed with accessibility in mind, with wide doorways, level access and spacious wetrooms, but it doesn’t stop there.
A whole host of extra equipment, all free of charge, makes holidaying for everyone as easy as possible; from a mobile hoist to a selection of different shower chairs, bath boards, monkey pole, profiling beds, a portable hearing loop and much, much more.
You can relax in the hot tub (with hoist) or explore the stunning countryside on the magnificent Boma 7 off-road wheelchair. To be able to go for “walks” with the rest of the family is truly memorable.
The lodges are designed to be homely and not clinical, whilst still having all the necessary modifications to make a truly easy and unforgettable family holiday.
The spacious layout makes multiple chair users feel at home, whilst the generous outdoor seating area, along with little touches like adjustable basins in some wetrooms and pull-out units under the kitchen sink set this accommodation apart from its rivals. Oh, and I forgot to mention the views are to die for!
The accessible cabins sleep four guests and beds can be made up as either singles or doubles. Larger groups can be accommodated in several cabins
and there are also two gorgeous glamping pods.
Wondering what to do on your holiday?
On-site owners David and Felicity have a wealth of local knowledge, to help you make the most of your stay.
Weekly cabin prices from £750 and short breaks from £519.
Contact David and Felicity on: 01629 540262
With all the comforts of home and a wide range of specialist equipment including hoist and proﬁle beds, you can relax in the peaceful surroundings and take time out to watch the wildlife. For the more adventurous why not hire a Boma 7 off-road wheelchair to explore local trails?
Sleeping up to four guests, each lodge has an accessible wheel-in shower room as well as a luxurious family bathroom. There is plenty of space for wheelchair users, and the lodges are ideal for people with visual and hearing impairments. Dogs are welcome and there is an enclosed decked veranda and some wonderful walks from the door.
It’s a truly relaxing environment with a log-ﬁred hot tub and barrel sauna. As an added bonus you will leave a lighter carbon footprint on your holiday as these lodges are virtually self-sufﬁcient in heat, energy and light!
A warm and personal welcome awaits, with homemade bread, locally baked biscuits, ecofriendly toiletries and free-range eggs from our clucking girls!
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