The Lamb Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

36 High Street
Eastbourne
East Sussex
England
BN21 1HH

The Lamb Inn, Eastbourne

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The Lamb Inn is the oldest pub in Eastbourne situated in the heart of Old Town directly opposite the Majestic Gildredge Park. Our beautiful 14th Century public house is the perfect place to lay your head after a busy day of exploring Eastbourne and the surrounding areas. Relax and unwind with a pint of locally brewed fine Harvey s ale and enjoy something tasty from our traditional pub classics menu.

The Lamb Inn has been lovingly designed to give you the perfect mix of traditional and modern. Great location friendly welcoming staff and fine food and drink make for a very enjoyable stay.

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22 May, 1455

1st Battle of St Albans

Yorkists defeat a royal army and capture Henry VI. The Duke of York becomes Constable of England.

She was later dubbed 'the Nine Day's Queen'




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