Hoe Grange Holidays, Brassington, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 4HP
Hoe Grange Holidays is situated on the edge of the Peak District National Park in Derbyshire, between Ashbourne, Bakewell and Matlock; a spectacular and peaceful holiday location.
Approximately 1 hour from Manchester, Birmingham and Nottingham East Midlands Airports, or 1½ hours from London St. Pancras to Derby by train.
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Leave M1 at junction 28, (approx 22 miles to Hoe Grange). Take the A38 to Ripley then A610 to Ambergate, and the A6 to Cromford. Turn left off A6 then right onto A5012 to Grangemill, then follow the B5056 towards Ashbourne. After passing straight through Longcliffe crossroads and under the bridge, Hoe Grange is the next farm on the right hand side approx. 3/4 of a mile down the hill. Go straight up farm drive (do not turn left).
Leave M1 at junction 24, (approx 40 miles to Hoe Grange). Follow A50 towards Uttoxeter / Alton Towers. At Sudbury, leave A50 and take A515 to Ashbourne. Keep on A515 through Ashbourne heading towards Buxton. After several miles turn right onto the B5056 towards Bakewell, Hoe Grange is on this road on the left hand side, exactly 5 miles from this junction. If you reach Longcliffe crossroads you have gone too far. Go straight up farm drive (do not turn left).
Leave M6 at junction 15, (approx 45 miles to Hoe Grange). Follow signs for A50 towards Derby. At Sudbury, leave A50 and take A515 to Ashbourne. Keep on A515 through Ashbourne heading towards Buxton. After several miles turn right onto the B5056 towards Bakewell, Hoe Grange is on this road on the left hand side, exactly 5 miles from this junction. If you reach Longcliffe crossroads you have gone too far. Go straight up farm drive (do not turn left).
Hoe Grange is a rural location and public transport is limited – the nearest bus stop is in Brassington village which is 2 miles away. Don’t let this daunt you – we offer a 10% discount to anyone arriving on foot, by bicycle or on horse back!
Details of public transport can be found at Traveline and bus timetables are available in the cabins. Derby is the nearest mainline railway station, and there are stations at Cromford and Matlock – plan your journey at National Rail.
Derbyshire Connect is a new responsive transport service offering passengers more flexible journeys, rather than fixed routes with timetabled pick up and drop off points. Fully accessible with room for wheelchairs and bicycles.
Book your journey from Hoe Grange up to 7 days in advance and explore by bus - call 01335 342951.
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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
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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
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We have just returned from a family weekend staying in Daisybank cabin and the Skylark pod.
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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 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
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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
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