The inn was on the west side of the High Street. It is now three separate properties: Gable House, Tower Cottage and Flag House. I have found no references to the Lamb and Flag after 1830. Richard Elton is the occupier in 1807 and Richard Roe in 1830.
When the property called Gable House was put on the market in June 2019 it had as asking price of £495,000 and the was described as a ‘superbly presented Grade II listed property with origins believed to reach back to 1500c. This beautiful home retains the character and integrity of the original building. Particularly impressive architectural features of the property are the exposed oak A frame and beams. A good-sized cellar provides useful storage space.’