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Inns in Hartley Wintney

Lamb Hotel
High Street
Hartley Wintney
Hampshire

RG27 8NW | View map

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A family run business set in the idyllic village of Hartley Wintney, The Lamb Hotel and Agnello Italian restaurant, is a 17th Century coaching Inn with 15 bedrooms and original beamed ceilings. One of the oldest properties in the village it has undergone an extensive refurbishment revealing its 17th century charm. The chef at Agnello (Italian for Lamb) produces an extensive Italian menu using quality local produce, fresh fish specials and fine Italian cuisine. Home cooked bar fare and traditional Sunday roasts are also on the menu. Itís the perfect venue for small office parties, business lunches and evening dining. There is an extensive wine list and delicious coffee from their Italian coffee specialist. We are located between both the M3 and M4 corridor with easy access to Reading, Camberley and Basingstoke.

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No Smoking Rooms
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