Welcome to The Crown Inn a Grade II listed traditional pub believed to date back to the 16th century.
The pub & restaurant features beamed ceilings, detailed stonework and open fires is located in the attractive Derbyshire village of Higham on the very edge of the Peak District National Park.
Complete with 7 letting bedrooms, all with en suite, TV & coffee and tea making facilities The Crown Inn is the perfect base to explore the very best of what the Peak District has to offer.
You are guaranteed a very warm welcome by the owners, Tony & Ange, whether you are staying with us in one of our guest bedrooms, eating in the restaurant or enjoying one of our 5 guest beers - soak in the atmosphere, take a pint of locally brewed cask ale, one of the free newspapers on offer and relax in front of one of open fires.
The Crown Inn lies midway between Alfreton, approximately 4 miles to the south, and Clay Cross to the north, on the eastern edge of the Peak District National Park.
The Crown Inn is located just off the A61 on the B6013 which was formerly the old Roman road, Rykneld Street - it's even rumoured that Dick Turpin used to enjoy a pint here!
Behind the bar our primary focus is on traditional real ales, in all their variations.
We always have at least 4, usually 6, real ales available and we are free of tie, so this is not just the same ales recycled over and over!