Inns in Alfreton
A grade ll listed property, believed to be dated back to the 15th century, in the attractive village of Higham.A detailed stone property with beamed ceilings and open fires, large restaurant and 10 letting rooms, all en-suite. Large lounge bar, snug, taproom and poolroom. A warm friendly welcome, homemade food, real ales and large car park. Every Tuesday night is Quiz night and every Thursday is acoustic night. 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.
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