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Following a really enjoyable Cotswold day out and leisurely stroll around Burford,decided to call in at The Lamb as we had parked our car on Sheep Street.
Ordered a G & T for wife and a Ginger Beer £17.70 !!!!
Upon querying the price gentlemen...More
Booked 1 night as valentines present. Paid £220 for a 'superior room' felt very let down by the room given 'Garnes' . Bed was comfy but 2 singles pushed together. Carpet & window seats have stains on, bathroom has no cotton wool etc. Large molten...More
We have stayed several times over the years and have always been pleased with the standard of food we have had in the restaurant. We had a meal in the restaurant on the first night. My wife had Cotswold goats cheese and sage tortellini, beurre...More
Another great stay at this iconic pub/hotel/restaurant in a lovely town. We love the atmosphere of the cosy bar with its wood burning stove; the relaxing lounges and most of all the experience of meeting such welcoming and helpful staff.
We were on a three...More
My wife and I have been returning to The Cotswold for many years on our Anniversary (we spent our Honeymoon in The Cotswold twenty eight years ago), and we have previously stayed at The Lamb’s sister hotel The Bay Tree next door, and also at...More