Welcome to Hoe Grange Holidays. Our aim is to make everyone's stay as enjoyable as possible, and we are committed to providing suitable access for all our guests, whatever their individual needs. Our Access Guide accurately describes our facilities and services so you can confidently book the perfect cabin for your specific requirements.
All four of our log cabins are rated by VisitEngland under the National Accessible Scheme.
There is level access from the main entrance to:Bedroom: Hipley cabin twin bedroom has 2 single beds, one of which is a height adjustable electric profile bed with cot sides. The standard bed can be removed on request to give extra space so carers can work from both sides of the profile bed.Bedroom: Hipley master bedroom Hipley Lounge Hipley Kitchen Farmyard ShopHipley decking
Level access bedrooms
Travel by public transport
If arriving by train we advise you to book a taxi in advance
Travel by taxi
Our log cabins are situated on a sloping site, however there is easy level access from the car park to the main entrance. There is a dedicated tarmac car parking space outside Hipley cabin with plenty of room for manoeuvring and unloading luggage.
Path to main entrance
Getting around inside
Visual Impairment - General Information
Accessible bedroom Hipley cabin twin bedroom has 2 single beds, one of which is a height adjustable electric profile bed with cot sides. The standard bed can be removed on request to give extra space so carers can work from both sides of the profile bed.
There is a selection of mobile shower chair/commodes, with removable arms for ease of transfer, or static shower stools available.
Accessible bedroom Hipley master bedroom
There is a luxury whirlpool bath with a shower attachment (bathboards and seat available on request) Free floor space clear of door is 127cm x 122cm . The toilet is 42cm high and a 10cm seat riser is available.There are no hand rails at side of toilet, but we can provide a foldable toilet frame. Suction grab rail, bath boards and seat also available on request.
There is no washing machine in Hipley cabin, but there is a separate laundry in the farmyard which guests are welcome to use, however it is not wheelchair accessible.
Self catering kitchen
There is a pine dining table which is 780mm high with an underspace of 650mm. The table can be raised with blocks and a dining chair with arms provided on request. The wooden chairs have a seat height of 460mm.
There is plenty of space in the lounge for wheelcahirs. There is a dual motor rise and recline armchair as well as a low seated sofa and armchair. To provide variable lighting there is a main spot light with a dimmer switch, a standard lamp with reading light and a small table lamp. There are double doors on to the decking area with seating and views over the farm fields.
The shop is situated in the farmyard which is down a steep slope from the cabin. It stocks basic supplies such as milk, bread, eggs, and some local produce.
Getting around outside
You can access the decking area through the double doors in the lounge. There is a table and comfortable chairs with cushions so you can watch the farm animals and wildlife. There is knee space under the table of 650mm. The terrace is enclosed with railings and a gate - a useful area for assistance dogs to relax.
Childrens Play Area
There is a small chidlren's pay area with a climbing frame and slide which is situated near the cabin on a slope.
Secure Cycle Shelter
The lockable cycle shelter is situated half way down the steep slope to the farmyard and can be used by guests for storing their own bicycles whilst on holiday. There is a warm hose pipe for washing down bicycles, walking boots and your dogs muddy paws.
Customer care support
A wide range of equipment including, foldable wheelchair, perching stool, bath boards and bath seat, small shower chair, suction grab rail, toilet seat height raiser, portable toilet frame, portable assistance alarm, wake n shake alarm, and bed blocks
Emergency evacuation procedures
A deafgard is available on request
Customer care support
David and Felicity Brown live on site and can help with your requests.
Guest information files in the cabin gives details of local services and emergency procedures.
Mobile phone reception is variable depending on your network. A coin-operated payphone is provided in the conservatory at the farmhouse for emergency use and is accessible 24 hours.
You can order a delivery of local Peak District produce ready for your arrival.
Guests can hire our Boma 7 off-road wheelchair to explore the farm fields and local trails