Lacock Abbey, Fox Talbot Museum & Village
Lacock Abbey, Fox Talbot Museum & Village

A place of pilgrimage for all photographers, Lacock Abbey now has a museum dedicated to the craft. But with some of its cottages dating back as far as its medieval church there’s good reason to visit the village for itself... Read More

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Old Rectory

Old Rectory
Delightful Grade II listed Rectory, an excellent example of Victorian gothic architecture. Set in 8 acres with gardens and orchard, it is just a stroll to the medieval village of Lacock, and good pubs ... More | Double Room: From £80 - £90 | visit website
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Red Lion

Red Lion

Bed & Breakfast, Good Food, Wine and Real Ales in Historic Surroundings The Red Lion Lacock is a Wadworth Brewery Heritage Pub and offers bed and breakfast accommodation to a superior standard. All the rooms have ... More | Double Room: £100 (Sunday to Thursday) - £120 (Friday & Saturday) | visit website

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Old Rectory (0.08 miles)

Old Rectory
Delightful Grade II listed Rectory, an excellent example of Victorian gothic architecture. Set in 8 acres with gardens and orchard, it is just a stroll to the medieval village of Lacock, and good pubs ... More | visit website
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Damson Cottage B&B (0.57 miles)

Damson Cottage B&B
Damson Cottage is a cosy B&B constructed from traditional Wiltshire stone, with the oldest part of the cottage dating back some 250 years, and situated in the stunning hamlet of Reybridge near Lacock only 8 ... More | visit website
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Beechfield House (1.83 miles)

Beechfield House

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Beechfield House is a comfortable Victorian country house set in eight acres of grounds and situated in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside, yet only ... More

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Heatherly Cottage (2.27 miles)

Heatherly Cottage
17th Century Heatherly Cottage is situated in a quiet lane approximately nine miles from Bath and close to the attractive town of Corsham. We are three miles from the National Trust village of Lacock ... More | visit website
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Pear Tree Inn (2.27 miles)

Pear Tree Inn

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The Pear Tree Inn offers award-winning food and comfortable and stylish 5-star guest accommodation, in an attractive, peaceful location just 10 minutes from the M4 motorway. In the heart of the beautiful ... More

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The Shaw Country Hotel (2.46 miles)

The Shaw Country Hotel
This typical country hotel; reputed to be built during the late 16th century; offers superb first class accommodation; with twelve well appointed bedrooms; all with en-suite facilities. All bedrooms have tea/coffee making facilities; colour television ... More | visit website
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Mead Lodge (2.56 miles)

Mead Lodge
A Few places in Europe can rival the ancient monuments and ceremonial landscapes of Wiltshire UK which include the World Heritage Sites of Stonehenge and Avebury. Salisbury Cathedral; with its soaring Spire; is another major ... More | visit website
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Poppey Cottage (2.83 miles)

Poppey Cottage
Sleeps 7 - 9 We also let the cottage for romantic nights for two.A Wisteria clad cottage in the historic town of Corsham with a beautiful garden 3 bedrooms lounge kitchen and dining room. A ... More | visit website
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Methuen Arms Hotel (2.90 miles)

Methuen Arms Hotel

The Methuen Arms, is an elegant Georgian Town House Hotel set in the pretty market town of Corsham, just a few miles from Bath and conveniently situated on the edge of the Cotswolds. The Winter's ... More | visit website

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Queenwood Golf Lodge (3.08 miles)

Queenwood Golf Lodge

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Queenwood Golf Lodge, part of The Bowood Estate,home of Lord & Lady Lansdowne. Queenwood is set between the 7th & 8th fairways of one of the finest 18-hole championship ... More

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