I had seen adverts for Hoe Grange in the Disability Press for a number of years but we had never got round to actually booking. Having now stayed for a week we really regret having not gone before and are already determined to make it our main fortnight's holiday next year. We stayed in Daisybank, we loved it, highest spec we have ever had (biggest wet room ever!), we loved the views of spectacular countryside all around, we loved the sheltered patio even with part of it covered from the rain and something we fully indulged in; the extra activities that are there for you if you wish. A day's hire of the Boma - powerchair crossed with a mountain bike that took me up the mountain behind the cabin and comfortably over every bump and pot hole I could find for 7 miles on the High Peak Trail. We also purchased the fire pit experience. Sitting out til 10 pm in March watching logs burn, drinking mulled wine and toasting marshmallows with melted chocolate are the unique experiences that made our holiday at Hoe Grange so much more special than at other UK locations. Beyond experiences provided by Hoe Grange, all credit to Felicity and David for including details on their website of a whole range of opportunities you might want to have a go at during your holiday. It was on this basis that we discovered what had to be the highlight of our holiday, a 3-hour trip round the local villages with a driver on a motorbike and sidecar. In addition we found a whole range of lovely pubs and cafes within a short drive serving fab food at reasonable prices. We have been on previous holidays where we could have gone home early as there were so few accessible things for us within a reasonable radius. At Hoe Grange we have come home with a whole list of places we still want to go to and things to do that we were unable to fit into one week. We would have no hesitation in recommending Hoe Grange. You can find cheaper self-catering but Hoe Grange is premium quality & location and on that basis we viewed it as worth every penny.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Four award winning self-catering log cabins and two gorgeous glamping pods set in the spectacular Derbyshire countryside; a real "home from home" with fully equipped kitchen/open plan lounge, spacious bedrooms and luxurious whirlpool bath. Fabulous footpaths from the door, relax in our Swedish log fired hot tub under the stars, or bring your horse on holiday to enjoy the High Peak Trail. Excellent disabled facilities, NAS rated Mobility level 3. Ideal for families and larger groups of up to 18 guests, short breaks available. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Hoe Grange Holidays Brassington, Derbyshire