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Tucked away off the village street, the Lamb was originally a plain village pub owned by Hall's. When it closed in 1987, it remained empty for five years before being totally refurbished. The original eighteenth century building has been extended to encompass a kitchen, a restaurant and guests' accommodation. The large main bar with an open fire at one end caters mainly for diners but does not discourage those who simply wish to drink the well-kept beer.