Known for period dramas and an ancient abbey, the village of Lacock has an equally quaint inn – but with up-to-the-minute food in its atmospheric restaurant

Fans of period drama would recognise the old stone cottages and cobbled streets of Lacock: the picturesque Wiltshire village in the southern Cotswolds has been the filming location for Pride and Prejudice, Cranford and Downtown Abbey. Much of it dates from the 13th century, it’s almost entirely owned by the National Trust and the winding lanes feel like a film set.

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Source: The Guardian

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