The Red Lion

1 High Street, Lacock, Wiltshire, England, SN15 2LQ, United Kingdom | 5 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lacock

The End or maybe The Beginning

A travel blog entry by mrsdee

... already seated. The guy next door had shoved his pillow and cover on my seat and, when I handed them back to him, I detected a Scottish accent. He was reluctant to engage with me but I did winkle out that he was from Lanark and was then a bit surprised when, as soon as the seatbelt signs were switched off once we were in the air and he could get up, he asked the cabin crew to change his seat and moved to the very front of the economy section. 'Something ...

Peaks and Troughs.

A travel blog entry by frazzle

3

So having corrected our flight error we still had he afternoon to relax by the pool and reflect on our time away. Snowboarding in Germany does seem like a long time ago. Great fun and we would both give it another go in another location hopefully some time in the not too distant future. Our hosts in all three locations have been excellent and praise will be forthcoming on Tripadvisor. But as with all three we wont be ...

First steps towards summer time...

A travel blog entry by inlinemonkey89

... which I am quote nervous about) Flights are booked and contract has been signed to scanned over, just waiting to be accepted by the US government and then get my insurance documents and I'm ready... Just packing up hockey kit, sticks and clothes and sorted for 9 weeks of summer life in Camp ...

A bit of a punt

A travel blog entry by glenda-hunt

3

Nice day out, caught the train to Cambridge from London, sun was shining, hard to believe, and caught a punt up the river behind all the unis. Really pretty and relaxing. Only thing that could have improved it would be an esky of bubbles and some cheese and bickies, oh yes, and some fun ...

A Well-documented Typical Tudor Village

A travel blog entry by z00dles

13

... was built as a nunnery in 1262 and then was kept up by the religious order until Henry VIII closed it in 1544 when it passed through many private owners including Fox Talbot who is credited as one of the pioneer inventors of photography.
We toured the abbey, grounds and gardens (as well as the Talbot museum) until it became a little windy and rainy so we thought we would head somewhere a little less touristy for lunch. We had no sooner just left the ...

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This 5 star hotel, located on 1 High Street, Lacock, is near The Hemingford Grey Manor House.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews The Red Lion Lacock

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding