Lacock is a village in Wiltshire owned mainly by the National Trust. It is well known for its Cotswold charm and being the setting for many TV and film dramas, particularly those set in the eighteenth century.
It has three barns, two of which are open to the public. It also has several pubs where you can get refreshments, a fine medieval church and a pack-horse bridge and ford.
Lacock Abbey is also open to the public. Click on the images on the left and right to go to relevant websites.