Browse through our blog posts to find out what life is like at Hoe Grange Holidays along with some great ideas for days out in the Peak District.
Your dogs are so much part of the family! No need to leave your four-legged friend behind when you can enjoy a dog-friendly holiday in the Peak District countryside at Hoe Grange.
We welcome dogs and other pets of all shapes and sizes in our log cabins and glamping pods. A farm stay at Hoe Grange is the perfect place to explore many wonderful dog walks right from the door. Whether you want a short walk to Minninglow with panoramic views over the countryside, a stroll over the fields to the local pub for a pie and a pint, or get off the beaten track for a longer energetic hike, there are plenty of options. A firm favourite is our pub walk over the hill to Brassington, or why not explore sections of the Peak District Boundary Walk near Hoe Grange?
If you want to get out and get active with your furry friend by your side we have created a local map of things to do and see and where to eat.
As dog owners ourselves we understand your needs and are here to help you make the most of your holiday with your dog.
Staying in a self-catering log cabin or glamping pod is ideal as you can come and go as you please with your hound, enabling you to explore the local footpaths and trails.
When you book with us make sure you mention you are bringing a dog or maybe two!
There's no kennel fees or extra charges for pets. However we do ask for a dog bond of £100, which is refundable after departure providing there is no additional cleaning or doggy damage.
Have you ever thought of hiring a dog photographer? On holiday you have plenty of time and the opportunity to capture magical family moments together to enjoy for a lifetime. Contact local photographer Ruth at Rural Pictures for that all important pet pawtrait!
David or Felicity will be here to greet you and show you where to walk your dog after their car journey– while you're doing this it's a good idea if someone else can unpack the car so your pooch can settle in straight away. There is direct access from the farm fields up on to the High Peak Trail.
Remember to keep your dog on the lead as we have free range chickens and farmyard cats.
The log cabins have decking areas which are enclosed with railings, or glass balustrade, so there is some secure outside space. Swallow pod is open to the field but there is a dog ring to tie your dog’s lead to.
We’re not just dog-friendly, we very much welcome dogs to stay. There are 3 dog friendly lodges to choose from, Rainster, Hipley and Pinder. If you fancy giving glamping a go try our Swallow pod which has ensuite facilities so there's no need to trek across the field in your PJ’s!
Of course assistance dogs are welcome in all our accommodation - they too need a holiday!
We accept 2 dogs in the cabins and 1 in the glamping pod due to restricted space.
There will be a dog poo bin outside your accommodation. It's very important to pick up dog mess from the cabin area and farm fields to avoid danger to children here on holiday and spreading disease to our farm animals. On the High Peak Trail the policy is to flick with a stick off the path so any dog mess degrades naturally.
Please don't leave you dog unattended in the accommodation, as they may be frightened and upset in unfamiliar surroundings. There are plenty of dog-friendly pubs, cafés and places to visit with your canine companion by your side.
We hope we have made life a little easier with our easy-to-follow checklist and look forward to welcoming you and your four-legged friend soon!
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
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 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