About Us
Home > About Us

About Us

The Lamb - 17th Century Inn with Restaurant

Since its construction in the seventeenth century, The Lamb Inn has been a blacksmiths, a bakers (yum) and a grocers (handy), before finally realising its full potential in the mid 1800s and becoming the public house we know and love. We have altered the building very little - keeping all the original fireplaces and beams - so the atmosphere is warm and cozy, even without the beer jacket.

  The Pub

The Pub

We are ready and waiting to welcome you into our Pagham pub. With low ceilings, old timber beams and a big, open, beehive fireplace, The Lamb just has one of those atmospheres that’ll make you want to stay for another. And another. And another... Drinks A good, decent range of real ales and ciders await your... read more »

  Pagham Area

Pagham Area

About Pagham Just outside Bognor Regis (which boasts more hours of sunlight a year than any other spot in Britain!) is the charming village of Pagham, the home of The Lamb. Off the beaten track and surrounded by nurseries, farmland and the coast, Pagham feels unspoiled and just, well, lovely. We have a little harbour, a... read more »

  Picture Gallery

Picture Gallery

Here is some of our Lovely 17th century inn with Restaurant...  We will be adding some more pictures very soon...   The Bar   The Restaurant   Food   Outside the Pub read more »

  Testimonials

Testimonials

We are proud of what we do at the Lamb  so we would love to hear from you... Give us your feedback and we will post in here.  read more »

  Jobs

Jobs

At the lamb we are always looking for staff to join our team, if you have never tried a job in hospitality and have observed styles of service, with interest, at other venues, both good and bad, then why not give it a go at The Lamb. For more details Please call us on... read more »

  Links

Links

Bed & Breakfast Chapel Forge Bed & Breakfast Bed & Breakfast located in the beautiful Sussex countryside surrounded by fantastic views of the Downs and minutes from the... read more »