Photos and Description of this 6 bedroom holiday home in Lacock - Lacock Barn
Large Barn Around Private Landscaped Courtyard With Hot Tub And Group Space
This huge, luxurious barn beside the wild acres of Bewley Common is within walking distance of superb country pubs and the historic village of Lacock and 12th century abbey used for filming Harry Potter movies, pride and prejudice and many other movies due to its unspoilt setting.
The barn, conversely, offers the comfort of the best of this decade. Hot tub, 50inch plasma TV, superb modern kitchen with steam oven and expresso machine and offering dining for 16.
There are 6 spacious bedrooms with fitted wardrobes, cotton bedlinen, feather duvets and comfortable beds.
3 luxury bathrooms with wet room showers, a well equipped games room and glorious sun filled south facing, glass walled sitting room.
The best thing about this property is that it totally surrounds the private, sheltered, landscaped courtyard garden. With contemporary fountains bubbling in the middle and the outdoor furniture, you will not want to leave.
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Barn is located on the edge of the
Cotswolds about a mile and a half east of the
famous National Trust village of Lacock with
its beautiful Abbey founded in 1232.
The village is truly picturesque, with lime
washed half timbered houses complemented
by others in the local mellow stone. Many
Period dramas including Pride and Prejudice
and Lark Rise to Candleford, as well as
some of the Harry Potter series have been
Lacock traded in wool in the middle ages
and was on the cloth road running from
London to the River Avon. The village and
Abbey were given to the National Trust
by the descendants of William Henry Fox
Talbot who invented the negative/positive
photographic process and a visit to the Fox
Talbot museum is one of Lacock's many
From M4 Junction 17, follow the A350 south
past Chippenham and through the traffic lights at Whitehall Garden Centre. Take the next left signed to Lacock and proceed to the mini roundabout signposted The Abbey. Leave the village of Lacock keeping Lacock Abbey on the left and passing over the river.
Continue past Bewley Lane on the left and The Bell public house on the right. Continue to follow the road past Forest Lane to your right and the National Trust driveway on your left.
The electrically controlled gates to Bewley Barn
will be found after approximately 500 yards on theright hand side. If you get as far as The Rising Sun public house then you have gone too far.General distances (approx)
o London 102 miles
o Paddington from Chippenham about 75/80 mins
o M4 (J17) 11 miles.
o Bristol 23 miles
o Lacock village 1.5 miles
o Chippenham 4 miles
o Devizes 8 miles
o Bath 13 miles
o Marlborough 20 miles
- children welcome
- smoking allowed
- wheelchair accessible