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HOE GRANGE HOLIDAYS

Overview

A Horses Welcome Establishment

Hoe Grange Holidays offers 4 well equipped self catering log cabins on a working farm, with 250 acres of undulating fields to ride through and direct access to High Peak Trail, part of the Pennine Bridleway.

For the horses
Spacious stabling for up to 6 horses and unlimited grazing in 4 secure paddocks. Stabling is generally DIY at £15 per horse per night, which includes straw bedding and hay. The large stables have concrete floors, automatic water bowls and hay racks. Ample parking for horse boxes in the farmyard. Secure tack storage and mucking out equipment provided. Horse owning guests are responsible for manure picking in paddocks and cleaning stables before departure, unless paying for full livery.

For the people
The cosy self-catering log cabins are rated 4 star and 4 star gold and sleep 4 to 6 adults. Watch your horses grazing from your window or relax in the outdoor Swedish hot tub. Evening meals, packed lunches and delicious Farmhouse take away breakfasts available by arrangement. A real “home from home” with everything you need.

Riding Opportunities
Ride through the farm fields to access the High Peak Trail which provides miles of safe off-road riding. Some excellent circular routes using minor roads, including a full day trek round Carsington Water. 8 miles from Chatsworth and 12 miles from Peak Park UK Chaser course.

Directions
From North via M1 – Leave M1 at junction 28. 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 approximately ¾ of a mile down the hill. Go straight up farm drive without turning left.

From South via M1 – Leave M1 at junction 24. 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 without turning left.

From M6 – Leave M6 junction 15. 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 without turning left.

Instruction Levels

Not applicable

Facilities

  • Client Facilities
  • Hacking
  • Horses Welcome Centre

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