Jovial Lodge



  Jovial Lodge was originally built in 1830 as a public house for the local Dutchman building the canals. BRJ Support Services then converted that was then a holiday home into a  therapeutic residential mental health service in 2019. 

We are located in the village of Crich, home to the tramway museum and memorial stand. 

The ground floor consists of a utility, large accessible kitchen, dining area for up to 12 diners with areas to relax, lounge with seating for up to 10, bedroom 1 – single with accessible shower/toilet and the snug (summer house). 1st landing consists of bedroom 2 – double with en-suite and bedroom 3 – single with en-suite. 2nd landing consists of a share bathroom with shower and bath, bedrooms 4 & 6 – double and bedroom 5 - double with en-suite. 

We have a visitor’s car park to the rear accessible via Jefferies lane. Our grounds consist of an upper level paved area with shelter and seating. The lower level has a paved area with a fire pit, seating and tables and a built in BBQ area.