Crich Lane Farm

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Alfreton, Derbyshire

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MOORWOOD MOOR LANE Wessington
Alfreton
Derbyshire
England
DE55 6DU

Crich Lane Farm, Alfreton

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Crich Lane Farm is a 17th Century farmhouse set in 30 acres of beautiful Derbyshire countryside. This is the perfect setting for a relaxing break in peaceful surroundings within easy walking distance of village where there is a fish & chip shop and a pub that serves food. We have a large garden with garden furniture for your use where you can sit and read a book have a cup of tea watch the Koi carp in our pond or just enjoy the sunshine.

Crich Lane Farm has various animals including sheep ponies chickens ornamental pheasants which are great fun to watch especially if you have children. Crich Lane Farm is located within 15 minutes drive from major routes such as the M1 and A38 which makes it an ideal location for Business guests too.

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