Someone asked a ? last March re: parking in Castle Combe and this was the response: "The parking area in Castle Combe is at the top of the hill at the north end of the village. Easy to get down but a hefty climb back up if you are not a great walker. Sometimes, if it's on a quiet day, there may be a place to slot it near the public toilets at the south entrance to the village but if it's a weekend, forget it."
Could someone please elaborate on what is meant about finding a place to park near the public toilets? We'll be coming from Bath. Would we just drive through the middle of town, since at this point in our journey a bathroom would be a welcome break and with a recent foot injury, I'd prefer to not have a hefty climb back up to the carpark? We'll be arriving early afternoon on Thurs. May 10th. Thanks for your help.