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Sign of the Angel features a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Lacock. The property provides luggage storage space and free WiFi throughout the property. The building is so old and beautiful. We loved everything about it. We had a small room but it had everything we needed and was clean, tidy and characterful. The location is perfect and near all the local attractions. Ellie was welcoming and attentive when we checked in and the other staff we met were friendly too. We had breakfast which was lovely! We will definitely be visiting again.
Located in Lacock, The George Inn - Lacock features a bar, garden and free WiFi throughout the property. At the inn, every room comes with a closet, a TV, a private bathroom, bed linen and towels. Great location for visiting the Abby, great food and comfortable bed.
Set in Lacock, The Nest at Bramble Cottage Lacock offers accommodations with a patio and free WiFi. The property features garden views and is 24 mi from Bath. Hosts were exceptionally friendly and helpful and welcomed my friends dog which made all the difference for us. Location was secluded, quiet and very close to Laycock which made it very good value. Beds were comfortable and facilities good. It was very nice to sit in the garden in the sunshine.
Located in Lacock in the Wiltshire region, Talbot House Lacock has a patio. This bed and breakfast has a garden, a terrace as well as free WiFi. A delightful and generous host, a lovable small dog, an excellent breakfast, a modern shower, and comfortable bed and living room.
The Rectory Lacock offers accommodations in Lacock village. Bath is 11 mi from the property. Both cottages include access to an outdoor seating area. The location was a short walk away from the shops and pubs. It was also very quiet and all the comforts you need. I loved it that much I have just booked for another short stay.
Beechfield House is a 4 AA Red Star country house hotel located near Bath, Longleat, Lacock and Stonehenge, housed in a striking late-Victorian country house set within 8 acres of beautiful grounds. staff very helpful and accomodating, nice room and covid safe
The abbey is well worth a visit along with the Fox Talbot museum. A few hours at least is required. The town itself is like stepping back in time. Spend at least 30-60 minutes wandering around it and the church too. It's easy to get around, all can be done on foot. The national trust shop is well worth a visit. The George had excellent beer. In terms of eating, we had lunch at the red lion which was good. We had dinner at both the historic sign of the angel and the bell inn (just outside the main village). We'd go back to both without hesitation.
A beautiful oldie world village, keep kept. You can see why its used for TV and Film locations. A walk around the Abbey is well worth it. There are a few places to stop for lunch or an evening meal. Easy to walk around with very little traffic. The car park near the abbey is convenient and has a public toilet. Its close the the Red Lion pub which does good food and beers.
Small and pretty village with a lot of history and photogenic buildings. I loved visiting the Abbey. But very busy with people, even at the end of October, and lost of cars. I do understand the residents need to park their cars nearby but most of them were parked straight in front of the buildings, and it was almost impossible to take any photos.
Lacock village is very interesting and the Abbey will take a full day, there are also several other NT properties close by, best place to eat is The Sign of the Angel (be sure to book ahead) worst is The George,
Picturesque National Trust village situated in Wiltshire. Large Historic NT Abbey to visit with large gardens to walk around. Visitors carpark is a short distance from Abbey and village center. There is a Children's play ground in the recreation field adjacent to the car park. The village has 2 pubs (a third just outside the village) plus a restaurant. The village is an easy walk around with many 'places of Interest' to see plus small Local shops selling local produce and crafts.
Fabulous location, a truly perfectly presererved medieval village, often used on film and TV as an historic setting. Wholly owned by the National Trust. Imagine it would be overun by coach trips in full summer but my visit was quiet. Lots to see however and it is certainly worth a visit.
The building is so old and beautiful. We loved everything about it. We had a small room but it had everything we needed and was clean, tidy and characterful. The location is perfect and near all the local attractions. Ellie was welcoming and attentive when we checked in and the other staff we met were friendly too. We had breakfast which was lovely! We will definitely be visiting again.