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The Lamb Inn, Iron Acton - pub details

Lamb Inn
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Address: Wotton Road, Iron Acton, Bristol, Gloucestershire, BS37 9UZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 24617) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Yate (1.6 miles), Bristol Parkway (4.6 miles), Patchway (5 miles)

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Website says its been in the Good Beer Guide for 5 consecutive years - doesn't say which though! Last time it appeared was 2016.

Sunday lunch and packed - every table taken for food orders. Appears as though there are two roasts for the price of one (£11.95) - although quite what you do if there are 1 or 3 of you, I don't know.

The beer was disappointing. Four hand pulls on and I went for Wickwar Falling Star. Far too cold - far too murky.

Good community boozer though.
Mappiman - 6 Jan 2020 10:54
Visited on 6 Aug (Saturday lunchtime). The Wickwar BOB was well past it's best, but the bar staff changed my pint for a Wickwar Cotswold Way (which was in fine condition) without any objection. Friendly chat with man at bar who also had Cotswold Way. Ordered food but one sandwich was forgotten and then took quite some time to appear when we asked about it, which was surprising since it was not busy in the pub. Nice beer garden for enjoying the sunny weather, and overall a good atmosphere but if the beer and food isn't kept in check, then what else is there to a good pub?
PubConservation - 7 Aug 2011 09:22
What a little gem! Beautiful village pub, very friendly, well appointed, and with excellent rooms to stay over. High-quality rooms with none of that stuffy british b&b culture. Great food, I sampled both the inclusive breakfasts or the capacious lunches. An excellent location for a weekend away or just pop in on a sunny day and enjoy the huge beer garden and excellent beer.

What every village pub should be. Cheers Brendan.
el_gordo - 9 May 2011 23:53
ok catty coments over..
review time: the loos good
TV not in the bar were i was told there is a sports bar in the back.
the beer butcombe Butcombe Bitter � 4.0% ABV
Butcombe Blond � 4.3% ABV
Butcombe Gold - 4.4% ABV
Butcombe Brunel - 5.0% ABV
+ two guests or was it three i was in friday then satday and they changed there was a sharps on on friday very good and bath ales Gem well kept i enjoyed that.
the cider: 5 on inc black rat if you like cider.
the staff enough on no waiting but busy so no chat although i sat in their nice beer garden.
the locals seemed nice to me all there for good beer/cider, company. so if you find yourself near by pop in for a good pint. i will defo be back.
sundodger - 17 Apr 2010 20:08
You can't leave it, can you Mister X..

First we are chavs, now we are numpties, how you love to insult us all from behind the relative safety of your keyboard..

At least you are starting to understand that your entries here are subjective and not fact ..... that's a move forward..

I suggest in that future that you refrain from making insulting comments regarding a pub's regulars, reel yer neck in mate!

I'm sure there are many pubs out there that are in urgent need of a MisterX review,
So run along now, you've plenty to do......

CyclingCiderGlider - 27 Oct 2009 16:10

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