Several bed and breakfasts in Lacock and the vacinity are within walking distance of the wrokshop and all of Lacock's attractions. If you have a car, you can look farther afield. There are lots of hotels in Bath, which is less than 15 miles away and can be reached by train from Chippenham, which is 3 miles from Lacock. Taxi fare from Chippenham to Lacock is about £9 each way. There is hourly bus service from Chippenham to Lacock (except Sundays, when there is no service).
Please be aware that most B&B's in the area have only a few rooms and Lacock Village is a popular tourist destination during the summer. Once your registration is confirmed, it is best to book your lodging right away.
The largest pub in the village with several guest rooms and has just been awarded its 4 Star-Gold rating by Visit Britain
+44 (0)1249 730456
16th-century restaurant in the heart of the village
+44 (0)1249 730230
In the former Workhouse across from the village church
+44 (0)1249 730266
Thought to be the oldest building in the village of Lacock. Tearoom downstairs.
+44 (0)1249 730313
Victorian Gothic Bed & Breakfast, former rector
+44 (0)1249 730335
B&B in a home near the village, about a 15 minute walk away
+44 (0)1249 730398
B&B in a family home about a 15-minute walk from the village
+44 (0)1249 730274
All of these pubs serve meals and are open during regular pub hours (in England, all pubs close around 11:00 pm) and meals are typically served between noon and 2:30 for lunch and 6:00 to 9:00 for dinner.
The Red Lion - High Street
The George - West Street
At the Sign of the Angel - Church Street
There are also two pubs on the road leading out of the village towards Bowden Hill, which cater more to locals than to tourists.
The Bell Inn is a 15-minute walk past the abbey and has awar-winning beer and hearty food.
The Rising Sun is a 25-minute walk past the Abbey, up a fairly steep hill but offers a beautiful veiw over the Wiltshire countryside from its outdoor beer garden.