The Lamb Inn

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Frome, Somerset

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

1 Christchurch Street East
Frome
Somerset
England
BA11 1QA

The Lamb Inn, Frome

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The Lamb Inn offers traditional real ales from local brewery and owners Blindman's Brewery, fantastic food made from locally sourced produce and 7 ensuite bedrooms rated 4* by the AA.

In the beautiful market town of Frome, this authentic traditional inn offers hearty pub food and a great range of real ales, as well as 4-star en suite guest accommodation. Steeped in brewing history and rich in original character and traditional charm, the Lamb Inn has now been carefully restored. The Inn offers a great real ale bar and tasty food, made with locally sourced produce.The Lamb Inn has been awarded a 4-star rating for the quality of its guest accommodation by the AA.

All of the rooms have en suite shower rooms, free WiFi, hairdryers, tea/coffee making facilities and digital TVs. Within a 5-minute walk of the very heart of the town centre, the Inn is a great base from which to explore the region and all of its attractions, including the Roman baths, Stonehenge, a local golf course and Longleat country house and safari park. Free private off-street parking is available for guests.

Frome is an historic market town with hidden gems of architectural interest making it a hugely rewarding place to explore. It is an attractive town built on steep hills with cobbled streets. A walk around the town will uncover parts of the Medieval street pattern, including Cheap Street with a leat (stream) running along its length.

A Heritage Trail leaflet is available from Tourist Information. Frome is a centre for arts and crafts with a number of Galleries and contemporary Craft Centres. The arts in all forms are well represented with two theatres, a multi purpose venue and a nationally recognised annual ten day Festival in early July.

A wide range of individual and specialist shops, particularly in the Cheap Street and Catherine Hill areas, add further character to the town and enhance a growing reputation for boutique shopping.

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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

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Mells, St Andrew's Church - 3.1 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

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Hardington Bampfylde, St Mary's Church - 3.7 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Cley Hill Hillfort - 4.3 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Horningsham, St John the Baptist Church - 4.8 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Old Dilton, St Mary's Church - 5 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Leigh on Mendip, St Giles Church - 5.1 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Maiden Bradley, All Saints Church - 5.9 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Chapel of St Lawrence, Warminster - 6.2 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

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