Lullington, approached by quiet lanes, is an appealing South Derbyshire village with a cricket ground and a lively pub the 'Colville Arms'. It preserves the character of an estate village, with a square and compasses displayed on the Joiner's shop and a horseshoe on the blacksmith's shop.
The village was referred to as Lullitune in the Domesday Book and at this time it had a priest, a church and a mill. The village sits compactly at the meeting point of several roads, with All Saints Church, mostly 14th century, prominently sited at the crossing point. The Old School c. 1843, has been well preserved and is now used as the Village Hall. Lullington has several times been awarded the Best Kept Village in Derbyshire as well as being the winner of the Britain in Bloom Competition. Lullington is also located within The National Forest.
- On-site light refreshments
- Public toilets
- Telephone (public)
- Grounds for outdoor activities
- Children welcome
- Disabled access
- Dogs accepted