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With a cosy single bar and beamy with olde-worlde charm, the Lamb is a 16th-century thatched inn nestling in the glorious Oxfordshire countryside on the A329 between Thame and Stadhampton. There are usually 3 real ales available at the bar and a large, well-kept garden at the rear. Plenty of outside seating is available, both on the patio and in the garden. The restaurant has an a la carte menu and home-cooked pub meals. Quiz nights are held on the first Thursday of the month.