The Pennine Bridleway and High Peak Trail are easily accessible through the fields, just 500 metres from the farmyard, providing miles of safe off-road riding.
Bring your horse on holiday and in addition to the local bridlepaths, you can ride over 250 acres of privately owned farmland, (depending on weather conditions and cropping). Imagine cantering across the undulating open fields.
Holidays with your horse provide a great opportunity to get your horse really fit and increase stamina – we have plenty of hills! Some of the rides pass through fields with sheep or cows.
Horse DIY livery and grazing costs are £18 per night per horse or pony, including straw bedding and hay. We only take one group of horses at a time and all horses must be fully vaccinated, free from illness and fully insured. Don't forget to bring your horse's passport with you.
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As horse riders ourselves, we know all the best routes, from short loops to longer distance full day rides, our favorite being a ride to the pub! Plenty of opportunity to clock up the miles for #Hack1000miles. Click here to buy an Ordnance Survey Explorer map OL24 (the Peak District, White Peak area).
As well as bringing your horse we also welcome dogs in our log cabins and glamping pods. Lots of wonderful walks from the door.
Equi Taxi provide Defra qualified driver hire and self-drive horse transport.
GB Horse Transport are people with horses who move horses for people – local and national horse transport, with camera for added safety.
Equine Transport Services provide a four horse lorry if you have a larger group.
DMA Horse Transport from Warwickshire have 25 years experience in working and transporting horses.
Forge Horsebox Hire near Southwell provide competitively priced self drive hire.
Why not take the opportunity to get a pet portrait of your horse whilst stay at Hoe Grange by Bret Trafford Photography.
Bret will work with you to capture your horse's unique character on camera.
Hoe Grange Holidays is a certified member of The British Horse Society’s Horses Welcome Scheme, the UK’s first quality-assured scheme for equestrian holiday accommodation. Only properties that BHS inspectors would be happy to take their own horses to are endorsed and being approved demonstrates our commitment to providing a genuine “home away from home” for horses as well as our human guests! So why not take your horse on holiday?
A beautiful place to stay! Amazingly run family business! Everyone were very welcoming, friendly and cozy! The skylark pod we stayed in was very clean, cozy and well equipped! The... read more
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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
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
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
We have just returned from a short stay in one of the pods on site at Hoe Grange Holidays. We couldn’t recommend them enough. The pod has everything you could... read more
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
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
Second visit to the accessible holiday cabins at Hoe Grange. David and Felicity were as helpful and friendly as ever. We had a welcome pack of freshly baked bread, butter,... read more
We stayed in Skylark, one of the two glamping pods available at Hoe Grange in February 2020.
Felicity & David welcomed us when we arrived to show us around... read more