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Lacock is a timeless village in Wiltshire covered with timber framed cottages dating back to the 13th century. It has basically remained the same for the last 500 years. It is owned now by the National Trust. There are 4 streets laid out in a square next to the fabulous Lacock Abbey.

  1. West Street runs North - South right through the village and has 16 or more listed buildings on including a K6 red telephone kiosk, the George Inn and the War Memorial.
  2. High Street in the middle of the village has 20 or more listed buildings including the school, the stone Cross outside the school and the Red Lion pub.
  3. The East side of the village has East Street with 16 or more listed buildings including the oddly shaped Tithe Barn at its' Southeastern most corner.
  4. Making up the square is Church Street with 22 or more listed buildings culminating with the Church of St Cyriac to its' Northeast extreme.

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Damson Cottage
Guest Rating: 4.6/5

Damson Cottage, Reybridge, Lacock

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The Red Lion
 
Guest Rating: 4.5/5

“In a superb position on the High Street of the National Trust village of Lacock. Great rooms at good prices considering you are surrounded by historic buildings.”

1 High Street, Lacock

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Snuggly Tin Shepherd Hut
Guest Rating: 4.9/5

The Paddock, Lacock

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Thatch cottage
Guest Rating: 5/5

Folly lane, Lacock

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Snoozums at No 11
Guest Rating: 4.8/5

Quintessentially English 11 West Street, Lacock

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Talbot House Lacock
Guest Rating: 5/5

Talbot House 7 CANTAX HILL, Lacock

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Sign of the Angel
Guest Rating: 4.6/5

“Good quality rooms with up-to-date facilities in a 15th century inn in Lacock. Brimming with lovely character as seen in the wonderful Harry Potter film (The Half-Blood Prince).”

6 Church Street, Lacock, Chippenham, Lacock

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Little Notton Farmhouse
Guest Rating: 4.9/5

16 Notton, Lacock

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Barn Cottages at Lacock
 
Guest Rating: 4.7/5

The Barn Notton Park, Lacock

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The Old Clubhouse, Lacock
Guest Rating: 5/5

The Old Clubhouse Chapel Hill, Lacock

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Lex Cottage
Guest Rating: 4.7/5

, Lacock

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Wayside Lodges
Guest Rating: 3.8/5

Chittoe Heath Bromham, Lacock

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Sights to See - Things to Do

There are a number of fabulous attractions that are worth your time to see here. Start with the village and all its history. Then move into the Abbey and its wonders. Next why not enjoy the museum and the story of photography. Then why not go back for a pint and a meal in the ancient taverns all around the village. 

Lacock Abbey

For a start there is all of the wonder of 800 year of history to explore at Laycock Abbey. Enjoy visiting where the monks used to live in the cloister and surviving cloister rooms. The furnished rooms within the Abbey tell the tale of its many owners. Ela of Salisbury, the founder of the Abbey housed the monks for a long period here. William Henry Fox Talbot, the inventor, had his family home here and took the world first photographic negative here.

Fox Talbot Museum

There is a photographic museum named after William Henry Fox Talbot here which is fun and an education for all. Wander through exhibitions about the history of photography which are inexorably linked to the family Some beautiful phtographs are also on display in the gallery.


Mark Patterson‘s Rating: 5.0/5
Mark Patterson travelling as: Other
What a great old village this is. Stunning buildings all over the place. Perfect for a romantic few days for me and my soon to be wife. The National Trust have done a super job keeping it for all of us. It may be a small village but, so much to enjoy.
Tony‘s Rating: 5.0/5
Tony travelling as: Other
This little village is amazing. Walking into it is like walking back ion time. The Abbey is full of great artefacts and character. It is a hreat day / weekend out for all the family. Quite surprising that it has 3 pubs that we found when you consider the population is very low.

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