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We don't like writing terms and conditions, and we know you don't like reading them, but they're here for a reason, and that's to protect both you and Hoe Grange Holidays.
So, make yourself a cup of tea (or coffee) and take the time to read our small print. If you have any further questions on our Terms and Conditions, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Hoe Grange Holidays provide only accommodation, stabling, grazing and suggested riding routes. The Owners do not provide/hire horses or transport for horses.
Visiting horses must be in good health and carry no infectious conditions prior to arrival. Horses must be wormed and fully vaccinated against flu and tetanus. Any horse arriving at Hoe Grange that is found to have symptoms of ill health will be asked to leave immediately, in such cases no refund will be given.
The Owners reserve the right to call a veterinary surgeon to a visiting horse in the case of a welfare or health emergency, where every reasonable effort has been made to contact the horse owner, but has failed. In such cases the veterinary costs would be at the expense of the horse owner.
Stabling and tack storage is entirely at your own risk, and any damage to our stables by your horse will be chargeable. The Owners accept no responsibility for any damage caused to your horse or by your horse to anyone or anything either on or off Hoe Grange property. Your horse and tack remain your responsibility during your stay.
Your horse must be fully insured against any damage it may cause. Guests are required to provide evidence of valid horse insurance, which must include third party public liability insurance. All horses must have full passport registration.
You may choose to ride on local country roads, the off-road trails or on the farm fields. All routes are ridden entirely at your own risk. Hoe Grange Holidays does not accept any responsibility for any incident, accident or injury occurring in such places. In the event of any accident or injury the Owners should be notified immediately, and an Accident Report Form completed.
We respectfully request that our Guests acknowledge that all animals are unpredictable and therefore we expect riders to behave in a safe and sensible manner at all times, and maintain a safe distance from other animals when riding in fields with livestock.
For safety reasons there may be times of the year when certain areas of the farm are inaccessible for riding due to hazards e.g.
harvesting machinery or very wet slippery fields. We trust that Guests will accept that these restrictions are in their best interests.
Riders under 16 years old must be accompanied by adults at all times when riding out.
In the unlikely event of Guest's conduct being unacceptable or where Hoe Grange Holidays' Terms and Conditions are disregarded the Owners reserve to right to ask Guests to leave the premises. No refunds will be given in these circumstances.
Payment of livery is due 6 weeks prior to arrival on the same basis as for the accommodation. Please read our General Terms and Conditions for more information.
Grazing is normally available for visiting horses, but the Owners reserve the right to withdraw grazing when necessary to preserve the condition of the fields. Guests must inform the Owners if horses need to be separated from other horses.
All stables to be mucked out prior to departure, and paddocks to be cleared of manure, unless paying for full livery or previously arranged with the Owners. Horses to be removed from Hoe Grange at the same time as vacation of the cabin(s)/pod(s), unless prior written agreement is given.
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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
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
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 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
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
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
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've just returned from our second visit to Hoe Grange. The suggested riding routes with stunning scenery were enjoyed by my daughter and I while the menfolk were delighted with... read more
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
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
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
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
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
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 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
Arrived and was shown to our pod, fantastic location and the pod was very good indeed plus we had home made bread and milk and tea and coffee. A... read more
We wanted a complete break and some peace and quiet and this was perfect. The caravan was secluded with beautiful views over the countryside. Everything was spotlessly clean and well... read more
What a lovely weekend away! We stayed in the lovely gypsy caravan, which was a wonderful and really unique experience. We took along our two horses, who also had a... read more
We stayed in Pinder cabin and had a lovely stay, the cabin was spacious and comfortable, nice and warm after cold days out. The children loved meeting the animals and... read more
We stayed in the Skylark pod last October (2018) and had a lovely time. There was homemade, rustic goods (bread, biscuits etc) when we arrived. Felicity and David who run... read more