Lacock Bakery

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Lacock Bakery
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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We are a takeaway, bake on the premises, bakery. We make real bread without any additives or preservatives. The National Trust specify that we may only use one table for customers to consume food which means they must either sit together at that table or buy takeaway food. We would like to offer more but 'rules are rules' and I hope that visitors will understand when we present them with a takeaway cup! To all our lovely customers, please keep visiting!
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big-blue-eyes
England, UK2,130 contributions
We visited on a cold January and it wasn't busy as it was still early in the day. The lady serving was in old fashioned clothing to add the olde worlde charm.
There were some good looking cakes on display and there was coffee available to take away, soup too. The coffee was good and we sat outside on the little bench and ate our snack of croissant and Christmas cake! Some that I felt lucky to get a piece of as it was fabulous. We took home some millionaire's shortbread which was really good too.
Written February 9, 2020
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Helen B
Chessington, UK27 contributions
Friends
Great little shop for gifts. Unusual mixes. I bought a black pudding and beer pate for my partner. He said it’s great but I couldn’t face it!!
Written November 8, 2019
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hayley s
Northampton, UK140 contributions
Couples
Lovely little village bakery. The assistant was dressed in Victorian looking clothes. The bread pudding was gorgeous and still warm and the large marzipan hot cross buns were worth their price.
Written April 14, 2019
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Ktg19736
Bath, UK14 contributions
Family
We visited the bakery today and Barbara was just fab. I had my American nieces with me so sausage rolls, pasties and photos all round - they loved it! Hot choc good too 😁 but even better for me was room for my mum with a wheelchair which is unusual in some of the older eateries. So thanks for making our day!
Written March 4, 2019
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Ken P
Hook, UK2 contributions
Couples
We had a warm welcome. The Portuguese egg tarts were as good as the one's we had in Lisbon. Unfortunately only one table inside.
Written May 2, 2016
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Missyxxx
Leeds, UK470 contributions
Friends
Sells the usual but it would be nice to see something other than fatty pasties and pastries all looked dried up but did look massive!
Written March 28, 2015
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Sweetheart1996
Chippenham, UK155 contributions
Out for a lovely Sunday afternoon walk in Lacock, we called in for a cuppa of coffee. The shop itself is nice, selling bread and cakes and a multitude of other consumables, many of which seemed quite pricey, but nice all the same. Obviously the prices were for the captive tourist market, as a result, I didn't purchase anything as in my opinion, it was too pricey!

We sat at the only table. Strange to have one large table and not at least a few smaller ones also, there could be room with a bit if furniture rearrangement. Unfortunately, we had to clear the table from the previous customers first. The lady behind the counter was pleasant and polite, but never once smiled or engaged with us apart from taking our order. I had the impression she didnt want to be there to be honest!

The shop was not excessively busy , but while we were there nine customers walked in, waited to be served and walked out. Other's waited and we're served and left quickly. The main problem was the people that left, obviously gave up as there was only one member of staff and only one table to sit at! Unfortunately, she didn't even engage with those wanting, apologise for the delay, or look like she was trying to serve any faster. She didn't aknowledge customers on arrival or leaving...which many did!

We had one coffee, one hot chocolate and two savoury scones...nothing to get excited about either sadly! It cost just short of £9:00 which I feel was expensive for a basic cup of coffee/hot chocolate and two savoury plain scones...

It is a lovely old shop, but totally lacks atmosphere and a good welcome. Maybe a review of seating and more staff may encourage people not to walk out.

We will not be in a hurry to return sadly.
Written January 24, 2014
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chatpaulisa
Sussex7 contributions
Family
The bakery has super produce in, the village has a lovely calm quality and we always visit when we go to bath.
Lacock is a national trust site big car park one end and some onroad parking the other. Two pubs - we like the one at the far end.
We Have visited the abbey before and it's very pretty and has some super photography opportunities.
All in all it's worth visiting.
Written August 10, 2012
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HeikeDormagen
Dormagen, Germany217 contributions
Solo
After having felt ripped off at Clovelly earlier we really enjoyed the village of Lacock. No entrance fee to get into the village, not even parking fees. OK, a bit crowded since it's popular with coach tours (and yes, I was on such a tour as well), but really picturesque. A bonus for those Harry Potter fans amongst us: Scenes were shot at one of the ramshackle little houses next to the church and inside the abbey. The quaint little shops were cute, crowded, and offered the usual knick knack, but the bakery was excellent!
Written June 26, 2012
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MandL-OM
Merstham, UK225 contributions
Couples
After a visit to Lacock Abbey, we stopped for some pasties and some bits & pieces for an afternoon tea. All very tasty and great service. Thank you.
Written July 11, 2021
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