The restaurant is furnished in a comfortable country style, attractive for lunches, candle lit and romantic for the evening.
With fresh flowers in summer and a lovely real log burner in the winter, the restaurant also displays a collection of antique and incomprehensible rustic implements.
Savour the best of local produce for a real taste of The Cotswolds!
From traditional Sunday roasts to luscious dishes of local game or fish, we always source local produce where ever possible.
The Lamb Inn, Great Rissington
The Lamb Inn at Great Rissington near Bourton On The Water is one of the Cotswolds most welcoming country inns.
The Lamb Inn is an attractively rambling building of mellow Cotswold stone, some parts are over 300 years old, with a sunny garden.
Under the care and attention of Paul and Jacqueline Gabriel and their team, it is a thriving village pub as well as a haven of comfort, great food and rural peace and quiet!
Overlooking the Windrush Valley, we are central to lovely Cotswold villages like Bourton On The Water, Stow On The Wold, Burford and The Slaughters.
A perfect Cotswold location to base yourselves for a wide choice of outdoor leisure activities.
Functions at The Lamb
Congratulations – You have decided to get married in the Cotswolds and you will want everything to be just as you always thought it would be. It is the most magical day of your life and The Lamb Inn is a beautiful venue for your wedding reception, with excellent food, discreet and caring service, and is situated in an ideal Cotswold setting.
If you are looking for the ideal location to organise your business meeting in the Cotswolds, The Lamb Inn is just the place for you. Situated in the picturesque village of Great Rissington, it offers just the right balance of peace and serenity, and is a perfect venue in the Gloucestershire countryside. Located within two hours of London, one hour from Birmingham, Bristol, Bath and Oxford, we are well placed for your attendees to travel here.
If you are planning a family gathering in the Cotswolds, The Lamb Inn is just the place for you. It is steeped in history and is quite simply a perfect Village Inn. Situated in the picturesque Cotswold Village of Great Rissington with views over the Windrush Valley, it is conveniently located for family members to travel to from most parts of the country. We are situated about two hours from London, one hour from Bristol, Bath, Birmingham and Oxford.
The Cheltenham Suite is one of our larger rooms and overlooks the village from the front of the pub. It has a super king size bed, television and tea and coffee making facilities. There is an ensuite bathroom with a shower over the bath The room has and ensuite bathroom with shower over the bath. […]
Located on the first floor of the main building the Sherborne suite has exposed stone walls from the original building and an ornamental stone fireplace. There is a super king size bed with two armchairs, a tv and tea and coffee making facilities. The room has an ensuite double sized shower.
A fabulous ground floor suite room with a large lounge area furnished with a leather chesterfield sofa and arm chair and a large original Cotswold stone fire place. A large flat screen TV and tea and coffee making facilities are offered in the lounge area. The bedroom has a king size four poster bed....Read More
The Windrush Suite is a lovey large room situated in the apex of the roof with original beams across the room and views of the Windrush Valley over the village and gardens to the rear of the pub. The room has a king sized bed with a lounge area, featuring exposed cotswold stone walls in the main room and the bathroom.
The Burford Suite is a spacious room with a super king size bed in an L-shaped room. There is a sofa area with a television and tea and coffee making facilities. The room has and ensuite bathroom with shower over the bath. This room can also be made up as a twin bedded room with two 3" single beds.
Our Restaurant & Bar
The Lamb Inn’s bar has a fantastic Country Pub atmosphere which is infectious to say the least. There is a good local crowd and the bar is a great place to relax, have a pint of one of the many Real Ales available and while away an hour…or two!
The restaurant is furnished in a comfortable country style, attractive for lunches, candle lit and romantic for the evening. With fresh flowers in summer and a lovely real log burner in the winter, the restaurant also displays a collection of antique and incomprehensible rustic implements.
Bar Snacks Available 12 – 2.30/3.00 (Sat – Sun) — Hobbs’ House Artisan Bread with Olives & Balsamic £4 Warm Tamworth Pork Pie & Ploughman’s Pickle £5 Wild Mushrooms on Walnut Toast, Poached Duck Egg £6 Crispy Calamari, Paprika Mayonnaise £5 Welsh Rarebit, Dressed Leaves, Home-made Ketchup £6 Ploughman’s Lunch, Home Baked Ham, Pork Pie, […]
The History of The Lamb Inn The Lamb Inn was converted from a farmhouse and the oldest parts of the Inn are over 300 years old. The Lamb Inn was once tied to Hunt Edmunds Banbury Brewery but it is now free of tie. It had an annual rateable value of £14.10s.0d in 1891 and […]