We are a tradtional community pub located about half a mile from Farnham town centre, midway between the station and The Maltings. We pride ourselves on a genuine warm welcome in relaxed and aimable surroundings.
Abbey Street was once the route taken by Monks who walked into the town from Waverley Abbey, a Cistercian monastery in Moor Park. Until the middle of the 19th century this road was the main route into town from the south. The pub was converted from two dwellings during the mid-1860's and has been known as The Lamb since at least that time. It was largely rebuilt in 1928, but original 18th century beams can be seen throughout the building.
Our regular beers include Kent's Best, Spitfire and Whitstable Pale Ale, but look out for seasonal guest beers too. During Farnham Beerex we aim to have seven different real ales available.
Our menu is good quality home-made/home-cooked food, freshly prepared. We don't do fast food, we do good food, as fast as we can.
From time to time we hold live music events, usually on a Friday night. Please see our events section for details of our 'live at The Lamb' events.
We are currently updating our courtyard and roof terrace ready for the summer months. In the meantime, we have recently added a couple of benches to the exterior frontage for 'people watching' with a pint or two.