The Crown Inn, set in the Derbyshire countryside overlooking the Amber Valley, has just come onto the market in Higham. The lease of this 15th-century public house is for sale through the Nottingham office of Christie & Co. Jon Heald, of Christie & Co, said: "The Crown Inn trades as a traditional public house with a restaurant, but has the added benefit of the 10 letting bedrooms on the first floor. "The village benefits from substantial through traffic between the A38 and Chesterfield and is just off the eastern side of the Peal District National Park and the Ogston Reservoir. The detached stone two-storey building has a single-storey extension at the rear. There are 10 en suite letting bedrooms on the first floor. The lounge bar provides seating for 48, while the 42-cover restaurant has a timber-beamed ceiling. There is also a snug area for 14 covers, a tap room for 20 covers and a pool room for 10. Christie & Co is seeking £125,000 for the leasehold of the Crown Inn.