- Built by Florence Nightingale’s family
- Serves great food, ales and beers
- En suite
- Walks on your doorstep
- Car parking
- Wi-Fi available
If you’re a keen rambler looking for a place to stay whilst visiting Derbyshire, then The Jug and Glass Inn is a great option. Hidden away in the Derwent Hills, the Inn was built in 1782 by Florence Nightingale’s family.
The Inn’s business was taken over by Jez and Sharon Hytch less than a year ago, and offers first class bed and breakfast facilities. Guests can sample the famous ales and beers on offer when staying with the Jug and Glass Inn.
Full of traditional character, the Inn offers great food and ale everyday with the exception of no food being served on Sunday and Monday evenings.
The Inn includes four double bedrooms and one twin bedroom, all of which have en-suite facilities. If you’re a keen walker, The Jug and Glass Inn is in the perfect location to explore the stunning Derbyshire surroundings. Set in the charming village of Lea, the Inn is surrounded by great walks which enable you to visit places such as the 13th Century Dethick Church.
With 5 rooms on offer The Jug and Glass Inn is a popular choice among guests staying in Derbyshire. The Inn also offers car parking on site along with Wi-Fi available in public areas.