We welcome Guide dogs, Hearing dogs and Assistance dogs free of charge, as they too deserve a holiday.
Whilst all dogs stay free of charge, we require a £100 dog bond before arrival, which is fully refundable after departure, provided there is no damage or additional cleaning required (this does not apply for Assistance dogs).
Please respect other holiday guests:
Keep your dog off the beds
Use our Dog Waste Bin for any doggy deposits (especially important as we often have families with young children on holiday)
Never leave your dog unattended in the log cabin, glamping pod or garden
Our dogs are fat enough! Please don’t feed ‘Twix’, ‘Crunchie’ and ‘Fudge’, or allow them in your cabin
Keep your dog under close control, we have free range chickens in the farmyard
Watch our FAQs video for bringing your dog on holiday
Hoe Grange Holidays Tripadvisor Comments...
Felicity and David made us feel very welcome right from our booking. The pods are well equipped and spotlessly clean. The area is very peaceful with great views and we... read more really liked the direct access on to the high peak trail. We also had lovely neighbors - goats and chickens!
We were welcomed with fresh eggs, homemade bread and cookies which were delicious. We also booked the hot tub experience for the evening which I would recommend - the hot tub is filled with fresh water and the area decorated with candles. It was a clear night and so we had a great view of the stars above.
We both left feeling relaxed and stopped off in Brassington for a pub lunch on the way home! More
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
It's been three years since we last visited but once we arrived it certainly didn't feel like it!
We stayed in Hipley again which had had a refurbished wet... read more room which looked very smart! Once again, we had everything we needed on site for my husband who is quadriplegic meaning for a change, we travelled light. A rare occurrence. Hoist, shower chair and a profiling bed all awaiting our arrival. Unfortunately the weather wasn't quite as good as three years ago but we dodges the showers. Felicity and David are fabulous hosts and ensure you have everything you need to make sure your stay is relaxed and stress free. I wouldn't hesitate in recommending a holiday here. The scenery is beautiful and the sky at night.. well it twinkles More
On arriving at Hoe Grange in a downpour, we doubted if we’d made the right decision to go glamping, but after the warm welcome from David and a quick tour,... read more we settled in to our pod with our dog, Monty. It was so comfortable and well equipped with a bathroom bigger that some hotels we’d stayed in. Thoughtful extras like the homemade bread (still warm) and biscuits plus lovely toiletries really added to the glamping experience. The weather was a little damp but we were quite happy to sit and watch the horses, cows and sheep, or the pigmy goats next to the pod. The farm shop had a lovely selection of local products too. All in all a really wonderful few days in very comfortable surroundings and with good walks on the doorstep. More
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.
We spent four nights at Hoe Grange and had a lovely time. The location is fantastic and right next to the High Peak Trail. The cabin was very clean and... read more really well equipped. Thoughtful extras like the homemade bread, coffee, tea, eggs and biscuits plus cleaning products and lovely toiletries really added to the experience.
Though the weather was a little damp on occasion we were very happy to sit and watch the horses, cows, chickens and pygmy goats do their thing.
Though we had no need to use it there is farm shop where you can pick up essentials on a trust basis (you pay at the end of your stay for anything you use)
There is also a secure lock-up for bikes or you can borrow one. We used the hot tub one night and hot it was! Lovely after a 15 mile walk.
Felicity and David were very welcoming hosts and we couldn’t recommend the whole experience enough. 5 stars without a doubt.
We thoroughly enjoyed our time, so much so that there was a tear in my partners eye as we drove away. We will most definitely be back. More
Loved every minute of our stay, and so did the family and friends that came to stay. Excellent facilities in our cosy Hipley log cabin. By far the best... read more accommodation I have come across as a disabled holiday maker.
David and Felicity are very friendly and helpful hosts, and this part of the Peak District is beautiful. Loved our visit to the pub (Ye Olde Gate) on the other side of the hill, with its excellent food and Pedigree beer!
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
lovely surroundings real farm country with chickens paying you a visit nice decking area to chill at the end of the day accommodation very good plenty to do nearby... read more Chatsworth house quite close, excellent hosts there if needed. seriously considering another visit next year
vincent s 7/28/2019
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