Room is quite spacious Beautiful Restaurant Setting The staff serving me the breakfast was fantastic Surrounding with great historical value.
Fabulous, loved it. So beautiful & relaxing. Lovely staff & great breakfast.
Nice friendly staff. Room clean and tidy. Excellent location.
We stayed here whilst attending a wedding nearby. The room was spacious, very modern, clean and comfortable. Breakfast was also delicious!
The cottage has gone through a recent renovation and is a perfect location to visit the surrounding countryside. The village is within walking distance and has at least 3-4 places for dining. The owners were very helpful and knowledgeable of the area. Definitely recommend a stay at this ...
Host Helen was very welcoming and friendly. The cottage was perfect for a short stay in the area and was very clean. The only downside for me was that the cottage is actually close to a very busy road, and the traffic noise kept me awake. This can of course be remedied with ear plugs.
Beautiful hotel, food was lovely, swimming pool was fantastic and staff were great
Beautiful cottage, ideal base for exploring Wiltshire. Cottage is in the garden of the owners house, lovely couple, on hand if you need them.Gorgeous setting, relaxing and peaceful.
The picturesque Wiltshire countryside is as stunning as any in the country. With its smattering of pretty villages and historic sites, it's hardly surprising that the county is among the most popular tourist destinations in the United Kingdom. Holidaymakers in search of a blend of natural beauty, period architecture and rich history need look no further than Lacock, just outside Chippenham. In addition to its gorgeous 13th century Abbey, the Lacock area is also home to some of the finest hotels in Wiltshire.
Lacock Abbey lies proudly in the heart of this beautiful village. Originally built as a nunnery in the 13th Century, this magical building has undergone a number of transformations over the years.
Since being built for Ela, the Countess of Salisbury, Lacock Abbey has operated as a fort for the Royalists in the English Civil War and has been the private home of numerous wealthy families. The most famous of Lacock Abbey's residents over the years was William Henry Talbot Fox, a pioneer of photography. Alongside the property, the National Trust runs a museum dedicated to the photographer's work.
The Abbey boasts impressive disabled facilities, with parking nearby, hearing loops available and a Braille guide book.
It's not just the Abbey which makes Lacock worth the visit. The village itself is one of the most beautiful in the county. The pretty streets are lined with period buildings, and there are plenty of welcoming shops selling locally made products. The village high street is a lovely place to enjoy a spot of lunch during your visit to the Abbey. There's also a play area to keep the youngsters entertained while you take a break.
The rural setting of Lacock is an ideal place to take a relaxing holiday, and there are plenty of laid-back hotels and guesthouses in the area to complete the package.
The Pear Tree Inn, in nearby Whitley, offers an idyllic setting within a period property. Visitors looking for something larger can head into the centre of Chippenham, to the Best Western Plus Angel Hotel.
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