The Rectory Lacock is a Grade II listed Victorian building built in 1866. Sitting in 6 acres of private Wiltshire countryside, the Rectory is just a 2 minute leisurely walk from the heart of the medieval National Trust village of Lacock.
There are two holiday cottages in the grounds of the rectory where our guests have the privacy of their own dedicated patio area and a separate private garden, exclusively available to our cottage guests. Each cottage has two bedrooms and all of the facilities that our guests would expect to find in good quality self-catering accommodation. We offer a 15% discount for a 7 day booking.
Originally a red brick stable, part of the original walls have been retained to add to the character of the cottage. Wheeler Cottage has a vaulted ceiling in its open-plan kitchen/lounge with views into the rectory gardens. There is one double room, with a kingsize bed and another room with bunk beds. The bathroom is fitted with a shower over a bath, a basin and W/C. Wheeler cottage accommodates four people and is suitable for a businessman, a couple, or a family with young children.
Wheeler Cottage is well equipped with a fully fitted kitchen including an electric cooker and hob, dishwasher, microwave and fridge. All linen and towels are included. The cottage has WIFI access as well as TV and DVD facilities. An iron and ironing board are available. There is parking on site for one car per cottage. Please note: for one additional car, subject to availability and pre-arranged in advance, there is an additional charge payable on arrival.
The beautiful village of Lacock is a firm favourite for film and TV producers due to it notably picturesque streets and historic cottages, all unspoilt by modern alterations. The village has been used as a setting for Downton Abbey, Pride and Prejudice, Cranford and Harry Potter. Very recently, the village has been used for the filming the final Downton Abbey movie in Sep 2018.
The cottage is ideally suited to people visiting the local area including Bath, Stonehenge, Avebury and Longleat.