The Lamb Inn

Eating Out, Accommodation, Hotels in Nr Bourton-on-the-Water

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The Lamb Inn

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From the moment you arrive, the team makes you feel ever so welcomed. Set in a beautiful spa town, it is ideally located in one of the most picture-perfect areas of Gloucestershire. All the rooms are spacious and individually designed for the ultimate comfort of all guests. The Rissington room even has its own four poster bed and lounge area! Eating here is always a pleasure too. From candlelit evenings, to stylish lunches, it is a haven for couples. The restaurant is beautifully decorated and very cosy. A haven for foodies, expect some tasty treats. With locally sourced ingredients, and the incredible creativity of the chef, the dishes are a true delight to the taste buds. The Sunday roast is a big hit with locals! And the breakfast should not be missed either, as it is delicious in the homeliest of ways.

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Contact Us

Great Rissington ,
Nr Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire , GL54 2LP

01451 820388




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