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Lacock Abbey

Lacock SN15 2LG, England
+44 1249 730459
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Lacock SN15 2LG, England
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"rose garden"
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"fascinating history"
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Reviewed yesterday

If you removed the cars and people Lacock village would look much like it did two to three hundred years ago. Lovely picture postcard English village. We also did the Abbey and while the monastic home is very interesting and beautiful to look at the...More

Thank Richard L
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Lovely grounds, with a small rose garden and orchard. Good for a gentle walk before going in to the abbey itself. Knowledgable guides tell you the history of the abbey. The older parts are more interesting than the newer, family parts but all worth a...More

Thank Emma S
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Steeped in history, the abbey has a chequered past. Most of the upstairs rooms concentrate on the recent past private family and its hard to distinguish between the different periods of history in front of you. Nice grounds too.

Thank david n
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Great place to visit free parking if you are a National Trust Member walking distance to the Abbey, Museum and Village which are owned by The National Trust. Really interesting we easily spent several hours there lots of pubs & cafe’s.

Thank Stephanie B
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Well, at least this time they weren't filming "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" - which restricted access quite a bit last year. Lovely site - well worth a visit - but could do with a bigger tearoom, which was not adequate for the...More

Thank Mason00000000000000
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Stunnign architecture, fascinating and beautiful, Some aspect of the monastic life pre dissolution can still be appreciate. Beautiful park, lovely village and surrounding. .start for me.

Thank Stefania_RW
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A fascinating house and grounds where photography started. The house and grounds are beautifully kept. Staff is friendly and helpful, knowledgeable and willing to assist without being oppressive. A good restaurant / tearoom in the old stables adjacent the house and very reasonably priced.Interesting museum...More

Thank Henk S
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Lacock Abbey is beautiful. The rooms are in great condition and the staff is really helpful regarding more information about the place. In the summertime the rose garden is a wonderful place to be.

Thank alinab1995
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Lacock Abbey is situated in one of the most beautiful villages in England and is oftenused as a background for TV programmes, e.g. Pride and Prejudice and many others. The Abbey itself is historic and a wonder to behold. The volunteers are marvellous, full of...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Lacock Abby is the birth place of british photography with the family of William Fox Talbot. The Abby and the grounds have over 800 years of history and have a history as a nunnery then the home of the Fox Talbots. Now owned and looked...More

1  Thank Toni T
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Diane M
28 April 2018|
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Response from JaKe2206 | Reviewed this property |
Apologies I have never noticed them, but assuming the NT is up to date on disabilities I would imagine so. Have you tried calling.
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ashwolf26
22 September 2017|
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Response from Katieclem46 | Reviewed this property |
It is £12.70 per adult to enter as it is a National Trust property, but is well worth the money. Thirty minutes isn't enough time really unless you skip lunch and run. It is a wonderful place.
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Kirsty B
3 June 2017|
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Response from Laura C | Reviewed this property |
Yes National Trust members park free in official car park & entry is free to The Abbey. Great pub nearby called The Rising Sun.
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