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If you know me, you’ll know I’m a firm fan of little getaways in unique surroundings – the quirkier the better, in my humble opinion. However, when you add mobility issues and a beast of a power-chair named Janice into the equation, finding suitable but equally as adorable mini-breaks becomes a heck of a lot trickier.
I’m not quite sure where it came from, but for years I’ve dreamed of having a little autumnal getaway in a log cabin – a cosy little escape where I could fully unwind and feel at peace, watching the colours of the surroundings change from green to gold with a good book and a cup of tea in hand.
In my head, though, cute and cosy log cabins just didn’t quite seem synonymous with the practicalities of accessible accommodation. As such, you can only imagine my joy when I discovered Hoe Grange Holidays – in particular, their wheelchair-friendly log cabins.
Located in the rural Brassington area of the Peak District, less than half an hour’s drive away from the historic town of Matlock, Hoe Grange Holidays boasts a range of self-catering, eco-friendly accommodation options. Scattered around the working farm are two glamping pods, a gypsy caravan, and four log cabins – all of which incorporate award-winning accessible elements. Additional access guides for each of the log cabins can be found online, and the fact that this information is provided in both written and audio form makes a statement about the team’s commitment to equality right off the bat.