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Lacock Pubs and Bars - Red Lion (Lacock), Lacock SN15 2LQ - Detail

 
 
 

1 High Street
Lacock
Lacock
SN15 2LQ

 
 
 
Monday: 8am - 11pm
Tuesday: 8am - 11pm
Wednesday: 8am - 11pm
Thursday: 8am - 11pm
Friday: 8am - 11pm
Saturday: 9am - 11pm
Sunday: 9am - 11pm
 
 
 
Wadworth PubCo
Description : The Red Lion, Lacock is a Wadworth Brewery Heritage Inn, steeped in over 200 years of history. With its large open fireplace, candlelit tables, flagstone floors and Georgian interior we welcome visitors to experience a friendly, traditional atmosphere.



Based in the 13th Century National trust village of Lacock within easy walking distance of the historical Lacock Abbey, the Saxon church of St Cyriac, the 15th century tithe barn and plenty of village stores and craft fairs.



Lacock is centrally based between Chippenham, Melksham, Bath and Swindon we are the perfect place for friends and family to meet.



Enjoy our Cask marque real ales, traditional home cooked food available all day using locally sourced ingredient and supporting local suppliers.



The Red Lion has five, 4 star modern letting rooms in the perfect location for a both a business or leisure stay located near famous tourist attractions including Longleat , Stonehenge, Bowood house and Avebury. Why not start your day off with our 4* Gold award winning breakfast also served until 10.30am for non-residents.



Enjoy the beautiful English summer in our large garden protected by our famous Eucalyptus tree. With the added benefit of our NEW private garden available for private function hire.



The Red Lion caters for a wide range of customers including tourists, families, business people, as well as the local community. We are experienced in creating meals for large groups such as wedding parties, birthday celebrations and business meetings
 
 
 

Traditional Inn
Letting Rooms available
Historic Pub
Cask Ales
Bed and Breakfast
Function Room Hire
Weddings


 
Webpage last updated on Thursday, 26th September 2013