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Lamb Inn
The Square
Sandford

Crediton
Devon

EX17 4LW | View map
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The Lamb Inn is a 16th century former coaching house with open fires, low ceilings, comfy sofas, stunning bedrooms and a private room for parties of less than fifty. It's a typical village pub, always welcoming, always something going on but rarely packed with nowhere to sit. There's also a lovely sheltered garden on three levels, perfect for summers evenings...

From 9am till midnight we've got everything from the best espresso coffee, real good food pub and quality wines to bar snacks, b&b and gastro food. We cook to order a short fresh beautiful menu seven days a week, lunchtime and dinner and now we have some sumptuous en-suite rooms as well.

We have a cinema / conference room and skittle alley that's equipped for digital slide presentations or cinema with Dolby B surround sound. The last friday of every month sees an open mic music night - a good intro to the pub.

Our rooms were completed in April 2008 and include everything you would expect from a 5 star hotel except the price.

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Double: From £65
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