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Talbot House, Lacock (B&B)

Talbot House B&B is situated in the charming National Trust village of Lacock; home to the Fox Talbot Museum and Lacock Abbey. The house provides comfortable accommodation and a very welcoming and homely atmosphere…everything needed for a relaxing country getaway!

The B&B is just a short stroll away from the centre of the village, which has a variety of traditional pubs and delightful tearooms. Exploring the village further, guests will uncover many hidden treasures, everything from a bespoke jeweller, an old-world bakery, to artisan Chocolatiers!

Talbot House B&B has a light and comfortable double bedroom, with an en-suite shower and separate bathroom. The bedroom is equipped with a comfy double bed, quality linen and towels, as well as tea and coffee making facilities. Guests also have exclusive use of a cosy sitting room with a flat-screen television, giving the space a real home-away-from-home feeling! On a sunny day the guests can enjoy sitting in the garden and enjoy the view including a large fishpond with small waterfall.

The B&B offers private off road parking, which guests can use for the duration of their stay.

If booking for single occupancy, please use promotion code SINGLEOCCUPANCY to receive a discounted rate.

Check In: 16:00 (4:00pm) - 18:30 (6:30pm) (arrivals may be allowed outside this window if your travel plans can't be adjusted however this is subject to availability)

Check Out: 07:30 (7:30am) - 10:30 (10:30am)

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Free WiFi

Breakfast Included

Free Parking

Facilities & Information


13th century buildings (or older)

Breakfast Included

Parking (free)

No smoking


Historic Property


Free broadband access (wifi)

Shared gardens

Outdoor terrace

Garden furniture


DVD library

Luggage storage

Linen included

Towels included

Sitting room

Hair dryers

DVD player

Central heating

Bicycle storage


Cooked breakfast (included)



Recommended walks

Pub (walking distance)

Museums (walking distance)

Historic houses


Recommended restaurants (walking distance)

Recommended restaurants (a short drive)


Get directions

7 Cantax Hill, Lacock, Wiltshire, LacockSN15 2JZ, United Kingdom

If an alternative check in time is required, please contact Talbot House directly using the contact information within the booking confirmation email.

How To Find Talbot House

By car from M4

  • Junction 17 Chippenham
  • Follow A350 for approx 7 miles past a number of roundabouts until you get to a double set of traffic lights.
  • turn left (Reybridge turning) and follow road round to right
  • Just past the village sign you will see the entrance to The Rectory on the right , immediately after that is a small narrow service road.
  • go up this service road and Talbot House is at the top.
  • Turn into the parking area.

From the Village of Lacock.

  • Go past The George Pub heading North.
  • Just over a little bridge you will see a large red brick house on your left.
  • Just after that is a small service road, rising sharply. (there is a bench just on the embankment)
  • Go up this service road and drive past the front garden of Talbot House to the parking area at the end of the dry stone wall.

By Train

The nearest  station is Chippenham. This is a mainline station with trains directly from London. From outside the station you can get a taxi to Lacock. It takes about 10 minutes. Some drivers need to be given directions ...

Turn left off A350 at Whitehall Traffic lights towards Reybridge. Follow road round to right and pass Lacock Village sign. Soon after on the right is the entrance to The Rectory Guest House.  Immediately after that is a small service road on right. Go up there and Talbot House is at the brow of the hill.

By Coach

National Express Coaches  and Mega bus both run services to Chippenham. From here a taxi to Lacock or the local bus.


The X34 runs to Lacock village and can be picked up by the train station at Chippenham. The service is not very fequent and does not run on Sundays. Would advise that you check the service if you want to use it.


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