Hoe Grange Holidays


Hoe Grange, Brassington, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 4HP

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A peaceful haven in the Peak District Countryside, Hoe Grange is a working farm in the heart of the Derbyshire Peak District, situated near to Chatsworth House, Dovedale and the towns of Ashbourne, Bakewell and Buxton.

David and Felicity Brown provide multi award winning accessible accommodation in four purpose-built log cabins, all with amazing views of the surrounding countryside, and wildlife, with wide open dark night skies. Choose from a wide range of additional access equipment to meet your specific needs, including hoists, shower chairs and profile beds, all free of charge.                  

Our Log Cabins

All the log cabins have a modern chic design with luxury and comfort built in. The accessible features are discreet and removeable when not needed. Three of the cabins, Daisybank, Rainster and Hipley, are fully wheelchair accessible and sleep up to four people. The large open plan kitchen/lounge areas have ample space for wheelchairs and are equipped with rise and recline armchairs, TV, stereo, good lighting and stunning views. Although the kitchens in Hipley and Rainster have no adaptations, everything is (or can be) on a lower level. The kitchen in Daisybank has space under the sink for wheelchair users.

Three cabins have fitted spacious wet-rooms, with grab rails, good lighting and a selection of mobile shower chairs. Daisybank and Rainster have adjustable sinks and Hipley has a Closomat wash dry toilet giving greater independence. Each cabin also has a second bathroom fitted with a double ended whirlpool bath.

The twin accessible rooms are equipped with profiling beds and room to operate one of the two mobile hoists available; the second bedroom can be made up as a double or a twin room.

Pinder cabin sleeps up to six in three bedrooms (two doubles and a twin), has level thresholds throughout and is suitable for those who can walk a few steps. The shower has a small step into the cubical which can be fitted with a grab rail and seat if needed. With the addition of toilet frame and seat riser, this is the ideal accommodation for larger groups.

There is more accommodation available on site in the form of our gorgeous glamping pods, and whereas these are not specifically accessible, they make great additional rooms for larger parties of up to 24 .

Get outdoors

All cabins have large decking areas easily accessed by wheelchair, with outdoor furniture, and uninterrupted views of the surrounding countryside. Daisybank and Pinder cabins have their own private hot tub, with a manual hoist available for the one situated on Daisybank deck.

The Peak District is probably the most accessible of the National Parks, with many of the iconic tourist attractions easily accessible by wheelchair. The trails that criss-cross the landscape are often fully accessible with some being disused railways with firm level paths that go deep into the stunning landscape.

Off-road wheelchair hire

We have two Boma 7 off-road wheelchairs available for hire to help wheelchair users and those with limited mobility to really access the countryside, join in with the family walks and re-engage with the great outdoors. These powerful battery-operated rugged machines will tackle most fields, footpaths and trails and have a range of up to 15 miles. With easy to use controls, you will soon be confidently whizzing around the countryside.

Help at hand

The owners live on site and have a wealth of local knowledge and information to help you make the most of your holiday and assist if any problems should arise. There is a small onsite shop which stocks basic supplies such as, milk , butter, meats and ice cream from local suppliers, as well as  local arts and crafts.

Additional equipment

Hoe Grange has over 30 different items of accessible equipment to make your stay more enjoyable and remove the need to bring large bulky items with you.

These items include;

Mobile Oxford advance hoist

Ardoo  hoist / standaid

Height adjustable profile beds with cot sides

A selection of different shower chairs


Rise and recline chairs

Foldable assisted wheelchair.

Overbed table

Monkeypole and much more!

See our accessible equipment here. See our autism friendly breaks here and our dementia friendly breaks here. 

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Guide Prices

Number of Rooms / Units
Room / Unit TypeRoom / Unit Tariff*
Daisybank per week£1,850.00 per package
Daisybank short break£1,040.00 per package
Hipley per week£1,920.00 per package
Hipley short break£995.00 per package
Pinder per week£1,980.00 per package
Pinder short break£1,110.00 per package
Rainster per week£1,760.00 per package
Rainster short break£1,030.00 per package

*As a guide, prices are per room per night for hotels, guest houses, B&Bs and serviced apartments and per week for self-catering accommodation.

Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.



  • Accessible Bedrooms
  • Accessible to Wheelchair Users
  • Adapted beds available
  • All Areas Accessible to Disabled Visitors
  • Facilities for Hearing Impaired Visitors
  • Facilities for Visually Impaired Visitors
  • Hidden Disability Friendly
  • Hoists available
  • Mobility Aids Available
  • Parking Areas for Disabled Visitors
  • Single Level Accommodation
  • Suitable for mobility-impaired
  • Toilets for Disabled Visitors
  • Wheelchairs available

Map & Directions

Road Directions

Directions from the North

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).

Directions from the South via the M1

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).


  • Green TourismGreen Tourism Business Scheme (Gold) Green Tourism Business Scheme (Gold) 2022
  • Visit EnglandVisitEngland Award For Excellence Bronze VisitEngland Award For Excellence Bronze 2020
  • Other AwardsVPDD Accessible and Inclusive Tourism Award Gold VPDD Accessible and Inclusive Tourism Award Gold 2020