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


County - Wiltshire | Map
Tel code: 01249 | code search
Postcode: SN15 | code search
Population: 350
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Bell Inn
"Always good and friendly service. Excellent menu, and the BEST CHIPS in Wiltshire!

Date visited: frequent, last on 12/9/11 ..." More

Bell Inn
"Yet again another wonderful visit to The Bell Inn at Lacock the food was great as always and the"real ale" a credit to the Landlord a big thankyou to you ..." More

Red Lion
"This was a delightful place to stay. Joan and young Adam were friendly and helpful. The room was comfortable and quiet. I loved hearing the clip clop of horses' hooves ..." More

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Lacock is an enchanting and captivating village, in Wiltshire, almost owned completely by the National Trust. The hands of time bewitched stand still, with streets full of buildings dating back to the 13th Century, the village church of St Cyriac dates to the Medieval period but there was a church here in Saxon times, wander down the lane from here and find the pack horse bridge, and then the Medieval bridge over the River Avon. Every Century is represented from the 13th to the 19th and is pure joy for artists. Lacock Abbey is an impressive country house that was created out of a Medieval Abbey, and is also home to the Fox Talbot Museum, the pioneer in photography. If more history is wished for how about a visit to Sheldon Manor that has a 13th Century porch and stunning gardens, time it right and enjoy an evening of Opera or Shakespeare. Or the Kennet and Avon Canal Museum has a fascinating collection of textiles, costumes and detailed exhibits explaining the history of the Canal. Of course you could always climb aboard a boat and cruise up the river with the wonders of the wildlife on display?.. Lacock weaves her magic eternally.


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Red Lion (0.05 miles)

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 | visit website

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Old Rectory (0.12 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 (0.59 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 (1.80 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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Pear Tree Inn (2.26 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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Heatherly Cottage (2.29 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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The Shaw Country Hotel (2.44 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 (2.58 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 (2.85 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 (2.92 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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