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The Lamb Inn

Located on a quaint side street in the heart of Burford, The Lamb Inn boasts 17 bedrooms, each room uniquely designed with history around every corner. This dog-friendly hotel is also home to a traditional bar and cozy lounges, a beautifully manicured garden and an award-winning Brasserie.

The charming 15th century inn started life as a row of weaver’s cottages before gradually taking shape as a retreat over the years and gaining reputation for its superb service and fantastic food.

The rooms are decorated with antiques and a touch of elegant English country style with striped fabrics on armchairs, floral wallpapers and chinoiserie lamps. The bright and airy bathroom is well equipped with modern amenities for your comfort. The soaking tub is perfect after a long day of touring.

It is also an ideal place to stay with great proximity to surrounding Cotswold villages and attractions, including the Blenheim Palace and Iford Manor Gardens. If shopping is your version of sightseeing, be sure to add Bicester Village to your list; the famous outlet is only 45 minutes away heading towards London.

Their Afternoon Tea is something not to be missed, especially on sunny days where you can enjoy it with freshly baked scones, shortbread and clotted cream in the secret walled garden surrounded by English climbing roses.

For those seeking a quintessential Cotswolds experience, we suggest either staying overnight or stopping by for a meal at The Lamb Inn.

Fun fact:
The Lamb Inn is located on Sheep Street and was once owned by Mr. Wolf!

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