All-solid-state batteries containing ceramic-polymer solid electrolytes are possible alternatives to lithium-metal batteries containing liquid electrolytes in terms of their safety, energy storage, and stability at elevated temperatures. In this study we prepared a garnet-type Li6.05Ga0.25La3Zr2O11.8F0.2(LGLZOF) solid electrolyte modified with lithium Nafion (LiNf) and incorporated it into poly(vinylidene fluoride-co-hexafluoropropylene) (PVDF-HFP) matrixes. We used a solution-casting method to obtain bilayer (Bi-HSE) and trilayer (Tri-HSE) hybrid solid electrolytes. A layer of functionalized multiwalled carbon nanotubes (f-MWCNTs) coated with LiNf (LiNf@f-MWCNT) in the Tri-HSE led to good compatibility with the polymer slurry and adhered well to the Li anode, thereby improving the interfacial contact at the electrode-solid electrolyte interface and suppressing dendrite growth. The Tri-HSE membrane displayed high ionic conductivity (5.6 × 10-4S cm-1at 30 °C), a superior Li+transference number (0.87), and a wide electrochemical window (0-5.0 V vs Li/Li+). In addition, Li symmetrical cells incorporating this hybrid electrolyte possessed excellent interfacial stability over 600 h at 0.1 mA cm-2and a high critical current density (1.5 mA cm-2). Solid-state lithium batteries having the structure LiNf@LiNi0.8Co0.1Mn0.1O2/Tri-HSE/Li delivered excellent room-temperature stable cycling performance at 0.5C, with a capacity retention of 85.1% after 450 cycles.