The Lamb Inn, Shipton-under-Wychwood

The Lamb Inn

About The Lamb Inn, Shipton-under-Wychwood

The Lamb is a historic Cotswolds pub situated in the beautiful village of Shipton-under-Wychwood between Burford and Chipping Norton. The third project from Peter Creed and Tom Noest - this much-loved local pub with rooms that opened in June 2021.

The Lamb offers a modern country pub feel, showcasing the pairs’ passion for a hearty, classic, British menu with the addition of wood-fired dishes and an extensive wine and beer list, all with a strong focus on great hospitality and ambience.

There is a cosy bar area with lots of seating to have a quiet drink, a separate restaurant, a private dining room and a large beer garden.

Eat

The seasonal menus are ever-changing with what can be sourced from the butcher, fishmonger, local game dealers and farmers. The Lamb has the core pub classics on its menu with the addition of interesting but simple dishes celebrating classic British food, offal and game. Everything is freshly prepared every day by Tom and his team, so please just ask if you wish to change anything or perhaps would like to see a certain dish on the menu.

Drink

The Lamb Inn, Shipton-under-Wychwood has a cosy bar area with lots of seating to have a quiet drink from a straightforward wine list, spirits and beer selection.

Sleep

The Lamb has 10 newly renovated rooms, all with king-size or super king-size beds, en-suite walk-in showers and some rooms also have rolltop bathtubs. There are five different room sizes starting, from £99 per night, including a continental breakfast. With very comfortable beds, excellent bathrooms and luxury toiletries, the rooms are stylish and retain the historical character of the pub.

Opening times

Lunch opening times
Monday to Friday from noon to 2.30pm
Saturday from noon to 3.00pm
Sunday from noon to 4.00pm

Dinner opening times
Monday to Thursday from 5.00pm to 9.30pm
Friday and Saturday from 6.00pm to 10.00pm
Sunday from 6.00pm to 9.30pm

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