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Reviews of Lamb Inn, Ringwood

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Review by Margaret & Graham Lawrence on 3rd September, 2010

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We received a very warm and friendly welcome from The Lamb Inn, and were very impressed by the cleanliness and atmosphere that we found. Nothing was too much trouble for Mike and Shirl and they were kindness itself. As for the breakfast it was beautifully cooked and there was so much that you really didn't need any lunch. Excellent accommodation at a reasonable price! Thank you so much for our enjoyable stay, and we look forward to coming back soon.

Date visited: 1st & 2nd September 2010

Review by Gareth Evans on 11th August, 2008

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Run by a friendly laid back family...Excellent value..We paid 150.. B&B for 3 nights. We wanted a bed, it didn't have to be a 4 poster in a castle, just a clean bed with a shower. We got exactly that...a nice bedroom..a great breakfast...a superb base for what we wanted to do, walk and cyle around the Forest. The pub is used by alot of friendly locals who made our evenings enjoyable too. Excellent.

Date visited: 06 Aug 2008

Review by Peter on 19th May, 2006

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Nice and lovely place to calm down. On a through journey you can meet some very nice people to talk to! Good service and very good breakfast!

Date visited: 04.07.2005

Review by elk on 19th August, 2005

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I want to thank you again for our hospitality. we enjoyed the stay, so different from Holland. I have a question! Would you be so kind to e-mail me a picture of the lamb-and her owners? thank you ab

Date visited: 10-8 05

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