The Lamb Inn

A Historic Pub in Eastbourne, East Sussex

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

36 High St
East Sussex
BN21 1HH

The Lamb Inn, Eastbourne

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Accommodation Description:

Located in Eastbourne's historic Old Town The Lamb Inn is the perfect place to unwind with friends and loved ones. Whether you are looking for a place to lay your head after a day of exploring or to simply enjoy a relaxing drink our beautiful 12th century public house is the ideal place for you all year round. The Lamb Inn has been lovingly designed to give the perfect mix of traditional & classic.

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Come and join Nats and her fantastic team at The Lamb Inn Eastbourne where you can be assured of a warm welcome with a smiley face and a friendly atmosphere. The Lamb is the oldest pub in Eastbourne dating from 1180 and guests are encouraged to view the 60ft well and historical cellar 'crypt' during their stay. You can look forward to a choice of comfortable relaxing and recently refurbished bedrooms on your visit.

As a Harvey's pub each bedroom is named after one of their beers which you can also find an ample supply of in the bar area. The Lamb has been awarded the Eastbourne Herald and Gazette 'Pub of the Year' has consistently received 'Silent customer' review accolades and received a 'Best Floral display' award for their front of house efforts. Nats the General Manager has been at the pub for 8 years and as a lifelong local has a wealth of knowledge to share with travellers hoping to explore the nearby sights in Eastbourne and beyond.

She and the team very much look forward to welcoming you on your visit. Room features: Free Wifi Flat screen TV DVD player (available in select rooms) Deck and tea and coffee facilities Private bathroom A 'Full English' or Vegetarian breakfast Nearby: Eastbourne Pier | 1.9 km Eastbourne Miniature Steam Railway Adventure Park | 2.3km Congress Theatre | 1.9 km Sovereign Harbour | 5km Eastbourne Borough Council | 1km Eastbourne District General Hospital | 1.6 km Beachy Head | 3.7 km London Gatwick Airport | 52km

4 star rating

From: £60.00

Room Facilities
Desk with lamp
Wireless internet connection
Ironing board
Family/oversized room
Tea and coffee making facilities
Alarm clock
Adjoining rooms
Colour television

Ironing facilities
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Non-smoking (throughout)
Free Internet access (wireless) in public areas

On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)

Dining Facilities
Three bar areas with two eating areas. One near the bar area where you have breakfast in the mornings and a log burner roaring away in winter. The other seating area is away from the bar and has an open fire with comfy seating. Food is served all day

Breakfast (Full cooked)

Child Facilities
Children's menu

Pet Policy
No pets

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