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B and Bs in Lacock

Old Rectory
Cantax Hill
Lacock
Wiltshire

SN15 2JZ | View map
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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 (enjoy a 10% discount). 6 double rooms are offered, some with 4 posters with en-suite and private bathrooms. Recommended in the 'Independent On Sunday'.

Lacock is a gem of the National Trust with Lacock Abbey and the setting for many films, including Harry Potter. Bath, Stonehenge, Salisbury and other attractions all close by. Ask for special offers. 5% off for 3 night stays.

Ground floor rooms available
Bath just 1/2 hour away

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Ratings/Awards: ETC 4 Diamonds
Wiltshire Breakfast award
Number of Rooms: 6
Number Ensuite: 4

Price per Room:

Double: From 80 - 90
Twin: From 80 - 90
Single: From 50
Suite: Family room from 100 - 120
Four Poster: From 90
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Children Welcome - 12 years & over
Special Diets Catered For
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No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms
Garden

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