Celebrate the festive season with Hoe Grange Holidays

Make the most of the Christmas holidays or see in the New Year with a stay at Hoe Grange Holidays in the Derbyshire Peak District. The accessible holiday provider still has limited spaces available over the festive season.

Do you struggle to find accessible accommodation for a Christmas or New Year holiday? There is nothing better than celebrating Christmas with family and friends – it’s what the festive season is all about! 

For people with a disability, getting together in larger groups can be a challenge, whether your own home isn’t large enough, or your relatives don’t have the wet room or extra equipment you need. Don’t despair: Hoe Grange Holidays in the Derbyshire Peak District has the answer. The accessible holiday provider has three fully wheelchair accessible self-catering log cabins, each with a spacious wet room with grab rails. The cosy cabins are a real home from home with stunning views over the farm fields and some have hot tubs on the decking so that you can relax under the starry skies. 

The log cabins are beautifully decorated for the festive season with real Christmas trees, crackers and all of the equipment you need to cook a full Christmas dinner. 

That’s not all: to make life easy there is a wide range of extra equipment you can book free of charge, such as shower chairs, folding wheelchairs and mobile hoists. This means you can load up your car with exciting Christmas presents to gift to your loved ones, instead of essential equipment you can’t manage without.

If you have a large family, you can book two or more log cabins. What’s better than being able to celebrate and eat together in one cabin, but still have your own space for a little quiet time out? 

Book now to celebrate Christmas or New Year in style and create magical memories – prices from £1,200.

Find out more at www.hoegrangeholidays.co.uk or call David and Felicity on 01629 540262 to discuss your individual needs. 

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