Welcome to the Crown Inn, a
Grade II listed property, believed to date back to the 15th Century, in the
attractive village of Higham.
An old detailed stone property with beamed
ceilings and open fires. A restaurant and 7 letting bedrooms, all en suite with
tea and coffee making facilities and colour TV. Large car park.
Snug, Tap Room.
Come and make yourself at home
have a pint read the paper &
soak up the history of this
wonderful old building.
Dick Turpin drank here.
We will have a warm & friendly welcome waiting for you,
Roast every Sunday,
home cooked food (see our menu page).
Up to 5 Real ales on tap.
From Local & National Brewers
6 Of The Usual one Totalling 11 Beers On Tap
We Are Sure To Find The One For You
Higham lies midway between Alfreton,
approximately 4 miles to the south, and Clay Cross to the north. It is 8 miles
to the south of Chesterfield and 6 miles to the east of Matlock. On the edge of
the eastern side of the Peak District National Park.