Appealing Cotswold inn with olde-worlde vibe
Sitting centre stage in Sheep Street, The Lamb Inn was a one-time gathering place for local Cotswolds shepherds. Now, tired townies flock here for reviving country weekends.
- All the feel of a characterful Cotswolds inn.
- Great breakfasts – The Lamb is the winner of a top breakfast award.
- Burford's pretty tea shops and antique emporia just around the corner.
Hit the spot
In pretty Burford, gateway to the Cotswolds.
There's a beautifully sheltered garden for summer al fresco suppers.
Good to know
Watch out for a few low ceilings and sloping floors.
ClosedOpen all year
ParkingGuests are welcome to park in sister hotel ‘The Bay Tree’s car park just next door, or roadside.
AirportBirmingham International – 55 miles
TrainCharlbury – nine miles
PetsWelcome in selected rooms.
ChildrenUnder-14s are not permitted during the Christmas period.
LocationSheep Street, Burford, Oxfordshire, OX18 4LR, United Kingdom
17 rooms and suites.
All rooms are stocked with Molton Brown toiletries, Nespresso coffee machines, homemade flapjacks and pots of local lavender. Free WiFi.?
Rooms at The Lamb look over Burford's quiet leafy lanes. The Allium room – a Super Deluxe – is wall-to-wall luxe, with its huge roll-top bath and bathroom plasma screen TV. Rosie (a Superior double) has its own private garden while Shepherd (a large Luxury room) has a four poster and fireplace.
Eat & Drink
The stylish restaurant serves a relaxed a la carte menu channelling the best of British with a few infusions from across the channel. Meanwhile, the cosy bar and fire-lit lounges serve a menu of pub favourites, afternoon tea’s and daily specials alongside great local ales. A doggy menu is also available here! The beautiful garden is ideal for a tipple and bite to eat during warmer weather.
Full breakfast is served until 9.30am. Menus major on local produce.
Available morning and evening.
See & Do
Burford is abuzz with antique shops, so it's a great place to trawl for bargains before popping into one of the village tearooms for a reviving cuppa. Explore historic Blenheim Palace, the colleges of nearby Oxford and the Cotswold Wildlife Park.