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Lacock Village

Category: Sightseeing + Tours

Off the A350, 3 miles south of Chippenham, Chippenham, SN15 2LG


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Lacock Village, Bath - Reviews of Lacock Village - IgoUgo
The very picturesque village of Lacock, with its many charming stone and half-timbered houses, is entirely owned by the National Trust. It has featured in various TV and film costume dramas, in particular Pride and Prejudice, Moll Flanders and Emma. Its popularity with the makers of costume dramas i...

iExplore Community: Lacock%20Village - Bath Popular%20Sights
Lacock Abbey, in the village, was founded in 1232, by Ela, Countess of Salisbury. She was the first and only female sheriff of Wiltshire and built the Abbey as a tribute to her husband and became its first Abbess. At the dissolution of the monasteries, the Abbey was turned into a country house and i...

Viator.com | Stonehenge Private Viewing, Bath and Lacock, in London, England
Lacock Village is a little known, picturesque village dating back to the Saxon era. Many of the buildings originally formed part of an extensive monastic complex and are now owned by The National Trust. The village has provided the setting for many movies and television dramas including Jane Austen'...

National Trust | Lacock Abbey | Lacock Village
Lacock Village, dating back to the 13th-century, remains largely unchanged over the centuries and has many limewashed, half-timbered and stone houses. During the Middle Ages Lacock became a prosperous and thriving town through its wool industry. The village was well placed for communications, sited ...

Lacock Village Wiltshire
The unique character of Lacock is a result of its long association with the abbey. This was the last religious house in England to be suppressed at the Dissolution of the Monasteries. The abbey was then acquired by Sir William Sharington, a Renaissance adventurer, who converted it into a private hou...

Lacock - A National Trust Village, Lacock Tourism and Things to Do - IgoUgo
There is nothing more pleasant than a leisurely stroll around a peaceful garden on a summer’s afternoon, and that is certainly true with regard to the grounds here a...

Lacock Village - Chippenham - Reviews of Lacock Village - TripAdvisor
We stumbled upon this gem by accident and will definitely visit again. The National Trust owns the abbey, house and, it seems, much of the village itself. The village is gorgeous and w...

Lacock Wiltshire - In Words and Pictures
At one time Lacock was a town rather than a village and a busy town at that. It was on the main London to Bristol road until a new route through Chippenham took away the traffic. The town/village had its own market each week and the streets were full of shops. Lacock had its own butchers, bakers and...

Lacock Village, Chippenham, United Kingdom : Reviews of Lacock Village - Yahoo! Travel
The very picturesque village of Lacock, with its many charming stone and half-timbered houses, is entirely owned by the National Trust. It has featured in vario...

iExplore Community: Lacock Village%3A High Street and the Abbey - Wiltshire, England
After walking a little further and ascertaining that yes, we had seen pretty much the entire village, Nanna and I went to find Poppa, who was parked in the lot near the Red Lion, a large, red brick building that is arguably out of place and somewhat ugly compared to the rest of the village. As we we...

Lacock Village Bath - Yahoo! Travel Guide UK
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