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Country house with monastic roots, once home to William Henry Fox Talbot The Abbey, located at the heart of the village within its own woodland grounds, is a quirky country house of various architectural styles, built upon the foundations of a...more
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Visited in September 2018 on the way to our Cornwall holiday. I loved the old and long history of the building and the estate. It was quite interesting to look around and have an insight how the monks and nuns lived in the middle age,...More
Such a fascinating place to visit. The Abbey and grounds are vast. There is also a Museum on photography. Had food in courtyard cafe and it was delicious and reasonably priced.
After leaving the Abbey and grounds we went a walk into the village which...More
A great place to visit with medieval history as an abbey founded by an abbess in the C13 and then as a family home for one of the important figures in photography all surrounded by a village much used as a film set for the...More
Lacock is a lovely village full of quirkyness. The abbey is very interesting and as an added attraction you can visit the history of photography . If you are a national trust member you can get in for free , but it is a little...More
Although a rainy day when we visited, this was still a wonderful place to visit. We didn't have time for the Talbot museum, but the abbey itself, with its layers of history from 13th century nunnery ,16th century manor house and 18th to 20th century...More
We were traveling to the West Country and wanted somewhere to break our journey. Parking was easy even during school holidays, with helpful volunteers to explain how members can use the car park. Information was readily available so that we knew what was available and...More
We are members of the Royal Oak Society who partner with the National Trust, so admission for us to this venue was free. There is a large parking lot, which, on the day we visited, was already filling with cars early in the day. One...More