At Hoe Grange Holidays we are passionate about access for all, whilst at the same time
creating a real home from home, so you can enjoy your holiday in the Peak District.
We are committed to providing high quality wheelchair friendly holidays
with outstanding facilities and a wide range of specialist equipment.
We cater for a wide spectrum of disabilities, from guests with limited mobility, hearing impairments, those who are partially sighted or blind.
Our peaceful countryside log cabins are a restful, relaxing place and ideal for those with developmental disabilities or mental health conditions.
All four of our cabins are spacious and uncluttered which means those living with dementia will immediately feel at ease.
Short of car space? To help you and make your holiday in the Peak District as easy and comfortable as possible, we also offer a wide range
of accessible equipment at no extra cost.
Due to limited availability, be sure to request any accessible equipment you need when you book your holiday.
We are happy to receive delivery of oxygen tanks prior to your arrival.
Additional Care Services
We work closely with One to One Support Services who provide bespoke care packages, from help getting up and dressed to full 24 hour care. Contact the team directly to discuss your individual needs on 01246 200 018
Fits in any cabin as an independent smoke alarm for those with severelyimpaired hearing
Portable Electric Hob Cooker
Can be used in any cabin and placed on a lower surface enabling ease of access
Sensory Shower Head
Can be used in any cabin, if required
Changes colour with the temperature of the water from green to blue to red
Flashes red at dangerous temperature
If you need specialist equipment that isn’t listed above, such as advanced profile beds with specialist mattresses, or mobility scooters,
you can hire direct from the following companies who will deliver to your cabin ready for your arrival:
Contact us today or book direct online to avoid disappointment
Hoe Grange Holidays Tripadvisor Comments...
We stayed in Rainster cabin for a long weekend 6 th to 9 th September. This was my 5 th visit to the amazing Hoe Grange. I had visited before... read more with my husband who had Multiple Sclerosis and was wheelchair bound. He could not weight bear and had to be hoisted. For many years we did not take holidays as we were apprehensive about leaving our extensively adapted home. The facilities and equipment available at Hoe Grange were fantastic and gave Phil the confidence to enjoy holidays again. Sadly Phil passed away in January this year and having reminisced about our lovely Hoe Grange holidays my family were eager to visit. We were a party of 3 adults and two children aged nearly 4 years and 17 months. This time it was a different kind of stay. I had always viewed Hoe Grange from the accessibility point of view but this time it was a whole new experience. My relatives were blown away by the location and interior design of the cabin. Everything is quality and it is fantastically equipped. The children loved the animals and were delighted by the chickens on the decking and the visiting dogs. The welcome pack was delicious, wonderful home made bread, biscuits, milk etc. They all thought Felicity must be superwoman to do all she does. There were lots of toys for the children and a play area with climbing frame and slide. It's... We stayed in Rainster cabin for a long weekend 6 th to 9 th September.
This was my 5 th visit to the amazing Hoe Grange. I had visited before with my husband who had Multiple Sclerosis and was wheelchair bound. He could not weight bear and had to be hoisted. For many years we did not take holidays as we were apprehensive about leaving our extensively adapted home. The facilities and equipment available at Hoe Grange were fantastic and gave Phil the confidence to enjoy holidays again.
Sadly Phil passed away in January this year and having reminisced about our lovely Hoe Grange holidays my family were eager to visit.
We were a party of 3 adults and two children aged nearly 4 years and 17 months.
This time it was a different kind of stay. I had always viewed Hoe Grange from the accessibility point of view but this time it was a whole new experience.
My relatives were blown away by the location and interior design of the cabin.
Everything is quality and it is fantastically equipped.
The children loved the animals and were delighted by the chickens on the decking and the visiting dogs.
The welcome pack was delicious, wonderful home made bread, biscuits, milk etc.
They all thought Felicity must be superwoman to do all she does.
There were lots of toys for the children and a play area with climbing frame and slide.
It's a perfect base for Carsington Water, Matlock and CBeebies land. All of which we visited.
A new addition was the shop on site, fabulous locally sourced produce and interesting gifts.
We did not want to come home and will return next year.
One further example of David and Felicity going the extra mile was their search for a precious teddy bear who we had left behind( lucky him he got a few extra days stay).
He was found and posted home in his own little bed labelled " Handle with Bear". Typical Of the lovely couple that David and Felicity are.
I felt I had returned to see old friends and my family loved it.
I saw Hoe Grange from a new perspective as a brilliant place for a family holiday.
We will be back. Thank you. More
Jan Horsman J 9/17/2019
For the second year running, we have had a great family holiday at Hoe Grange. We had one cabin for the week, for two sisters and our elderly wheelchair-using... read more mother and two other cabins for the weekend for the rest of the family. Altogether, ages ranged from 10 to 89. Having the right facilities (accessible bathroom, dining chair with arms etc) makes all the difference to taking our mother away but it still feels like a proper holiday, not a care home. Comfortable beds, good facilities, lovely views - all good. I'd definitely recommend (and have to others already).
Recently spent a week in "Pinder" and had a lovely time. The location is stunning - the site is nestled in a beautiful valley on the edge of the Peaks... read more (it's next to the High Peak trail). The cabin was clean and really well equipped (including lots of toys & games for children). On site there was a little 'farm shop' where you can pick up essentials and a secure lock-up for bikes (which we'll take next time). Our 2 (almost 3) year old loved it - the play area, seeing the tractor at work (it's an active farm) and feeding the animals (chickens, dogs, goats, horses, cows, sheep are all there). Felicity and David are very welcoming hosts - they made us feel very welcome and were great with our son. A very big thumbs up! More
Another great holiday at Hoe Grange - such a great place for us all to holiday as a family - this time with a baby, a 3 yr old, a... read more dog and my mother in law in a wheelchair! 5 ️ for accommodating all our needs. The play area was perfect for our little ones as was saying hello to all the animals! Such a picturesque setting which hills all around. Everything is to a high standard, very homely too, with everything you need for a great stay incl highchair etc and additional disability related kit. Thanks. More
Myself and my sister travelled to Costa Rica and Panama via Viva Holidays Ltd. The holiday was exceptional and one to be treasured forever. Andrew at Viva Holidays... read more listened to my wish list and created a beautiful package. My wish was truly his command.
Whilst in Costa Rica (amongst other areas), we visited Alajuela (one of the coffee regions) and La Paz Waterfall Gardens, also known as Las Cataratas. I was taken aback by the beauty and variety of the wildlife. We were greeted by a huge buffet full of tasty authentic Costa Rican cuisine. Eat well as you will need the energy for a lot of walking and some steep steps to climb at the end!
In Panama one of my most memorable excursions was to the Embera island. If you want to meet one of the seven indigenous tribes of Panama and learn about their history from them, then this is for you. I felt honoured to experience something that I have only ever seen on documentaries over the years. Wear crocs or walking sandals with soles that have good grips on them as you will be walking through muddy terrain and rocks and rivers that could be waist high. Ladies, wear your swimsuit underneath your clothing as you will have the chance to bathe in the river and waterfall before going to the Embera village. More
Paula C 7/04/2019
What a wonderful find. As our first experience of needing accessible accommodation we could not have wished for better. Beautiful well equipped lodges in lovely surroundings. We stayed in both... read more Hipley and Daisybank with the lovely hot tub perfect for looking at the starry sky. The off road buggy devoured the terrain and made exploring the area a delight. David and Felicity were welcoming and always helpful allowing us to arrive early. As the next guests cancelled due to the corona virus they allowed us to depart late as well. Can't wait to visit again.
We had a lovely time staying in one of the incredibly well equipped pods. I bought my pony along and we had some great rides on the high peak trail.... read more Everything has been well thought out in the pods and everything is of the highest standard. Wonderfully central for enjoying the surrounding attractions. So peaceful. Will be returning f9r another stay soon.
Stayed last week, from 6th to 13th September in the log cabin called Hipley. This was amazing, it was our first visit but certainly not our last. Gold standard disability... read more facilities for my husband who has Multiple Sclerosis. Can not fault it. It was superb. David and Felicity arranged all the modifications we asked for before we arrived which was excellent. The cabin is amazingly equipped with everything you could want and as a cook, I loved this.With beautiful countryside views and plenty to do near by we had a great week. I cannot recommend them highly enough. The week was amazing, the accommodation superb and we return happy and refreshed. Thank you so much. More
What can I say?
We have just returned from a family weekend staying in Daisybank cabin and the Skylark pod.
It was our first trip away with my... read more husband who is wheelchair bound and severely disabled and were naturally apprehensive but all worries disappeared from the moment we arrived!
Everything was just perfect for both his needs and the rest of the family travelling with us.
All the equipment we had pre-booked was in place and the cabin itself was brilliantly designed to enable easy wheelchair access to all areas.
As well as being spotlessly clean and comfortable there were so many ‘little touches’ that really made it a ‘home from home’.
We had a fantastic weekend - our only regret being that we hadn’t booked for longer!
Thank you so much Felicity and David for providing such high quality accommodation for ALL your guests - both able bodied and disabled.
We will definitely be back again!
We love this place. Very wheelchair friendly, really well equipped and comfortable, with easy access by car to lots of places of interest particularly Crich Tramway Village, Chatsworth, Bakewell and... read more Carsington Water. Whatever the time of year it is a great place to stay.
David H 10/25/2019