Located on the old Roman Pye Road, now the less romantic A140, the Old Ram started life as a modest 16th century timber framed house, but had become a coaching inn by at least the mid 17th century. In 1643, during the English Civil War, villagers rescued the Rector of Dickleburgh who was held captive at the inn by the Duke of Manchesterís soldiers.
Over the years it has been extended and refurbished, the original building now forms just a part of this comfortable and welcoming complex. It has retained much of its old-world charm though, with lots of exposed brickwork, sturdy beams and cosy corners. Some of the attractive bedrooms are in the old attic and one has a four poster. Rooms can be booked through Laterooms.com
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