Tel: 01773 832 310

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.

Real fires
Lounge Bar,
Snug, Tap Room.

Come and make yourself at home
have a pint read the paper & 
soak up the history of this
wonderful old building.

Legend says
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.