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.
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 bird sanctuary and the infamous Boxing Day Pagham Pram Race; thought up right here at The Lamb! The Pram Race is a sporting event of the highest note and hilarity conjured up by two servicemen while they were propping up our bar.