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Local Attractions


Croquet and boules can be played on the green opposite the Lamb (we have a professional boules pitch and a grass playing arena for croquet). The equipment is available from reception free of charge.


Longleat is widely regarded as the best example of high Elizabethan architecture in Britain and one of the most beautiful stately homes open to the public. The magnificence of the House itself is matched by the splendour of its surroundings; a spectacular mixture of landscaped parkland (home to Great Britain’s first safari park), lakes and formal gardens. In this spectacular safari park there is an opportunity to enjoy close encounters with the world’s most amazing animals including tigers, lions, rhinos, elephants, giraffes, zebras, wolves, monkeys and more. The lamb are pleased to offer our guests the “One Day Pass” at a discounted rate and it also means that you don’t have to queue when you get there! Please contact reception for more details.


Cholderton Rare Breeds Farm Park and Rabbit World is a converted milk dairy farm, set in the beautiful countryside on the Wiltshire and Hampshire border only 20 minutes from the Lamb, with views to Salisbury Cathedral. Visitors can see lambs, kids, calves, some 18 breeds of chicken and eight breeds of pig including the Gloucester Old Spot and Tamworth and the miniature Kune Kune Pigs. The farm runs pig races at weekends and during school holidays, weather permitting, until September. Rabbit World is just part of the farm, and is home to one of the largest collections of rabbits with over 50 breeds running in spacious pens and which children can stroke.


Come and enjoy a day out at Bush Farm and see many animals including elk, raccoons, guanaco, rhea, prairie dogs and chipmunks as well as the bison. Then wander around 30 acres of old oak woodlands with picnic & play areas. There is a display of Native American art and artefacts together with information of the history of bison.

How to get here


By Road

Travelling West on the A303:
Take the turning marked Hindon, you come to a T junction, take a right and then follow the road and  you arrive a  minute later at The Lamb

Travelling East on the A303:
Take the turning marked Hindon by the Esso service station. Then, when you come to the traffic lights, turn right and straight away left towards Hindon.
We have 2 car parks, one is located opposite the Lamb and another around the back.


By Rail

Trains run frequently from London Waterloo to Tisbury.  The hotel is located within ten minutes from the station and the village hosts two taxi companies that can take you there if pre-booked.

Opening Times

Monday - Friday: 7.30am - 11pm
Saturday - Sunday: 8.00am - 11pm

Food Service Hours

Monday - Thursday: 7.30am - 9.30am & 12.00pm - 21.00pm
Friday: 7.30am - 9.30am & 12.00pm - 21.30pm
Saturday: 8.00am - 10.00am & 12.00pm - 21.30pm
Sunday: 8.00am - 10.00am & 12.00pm - 21.00pm

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