A 15th Century coaching inn that encompasses the key elements of a traditional Inn - to provide great tasting food and drink in front of large open fires with warm, homely rooms for those staying overnight.
The kitchen operates on an ethos of using the best local, seasonal produce and we encourage a relaxed, easy going atmosphere in the dining rooms, which provide the ideal place to settle in and warm up next to the open fires in the winter months. Alternatively, in the summer months, we have a beautiful cottage garden to enjoy a lunch or cream tea next to the stream.
The 5 guest rooms offer a cosy, home-from-home feel that allows you to relax and slip away from the stresses of modern life. An oak panelled sitting room, provides a great space for guests to have a drink and indulge in some good literature after a day strolling the village and the local area.
The Inn is located on the edge of the Cotswolds, in the heart of the National Trust village of Lacock. Perfectly positioned in the West Country to visit a number of sights and towns in the area. The fine city of Bath is only a short distance too, if guests wanted to see the famous Georgian architecture, browse the independent shops & boutiques and indulge in the café culture!
- Number of Rooms / Units
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Standard Double En-suite||£120.00 per room (breakfast included)|
|Superior Double En-suite||£140.00 per room (breakfast included)|
*Single occupancy of Standard room £90
Single occupancy of Superior room £110
|2021 (1 Jan 2021 - 31 Dec 2021)|
* Last lunch sitting @ 14:15 (Sunday 15.15)
Last dinner sitting @ 20:45 (Fri / Sat @ 21:00, Sun 20:30)
- Eat Out to Help Out
Map & Directions
Sat Nav: Postcode: SN15 2LBFrom the northFrom M4, junction 17, follow signposts to “Chippenham”. Then follow the signage for the A350. Travel on the A350 for about three miles and Lacock is signposted on the left.Follow “Local Traffic” signs into the village. At The Sign of The Angel is located in Church Street.From the eastFollow the A4 past the town Chippenham. Remain on the A4 and just after Chippenham turn left onto the A350 heading for Melksham.Travel on the A350 for about three miles and Lacock is signposted on the left.Follow “Local Traffic” signs into the village. At The Sign of The Angel is located in Church Street.From the southFollow the A350 towards Melksham. Continue on the A350 after Melksham for approximately 3 miles. Lacock is signposted on the right.Follow “Local Traffic” signs into the village. At The Sign of The Angel is located in Church Street.From the westFollow the A4 towards Chippenham. Just before Chippenham turn right onto the A350 heading for Melksham.Travel on the A350 for about three miles and Lacock is signposted on the left.Follow “Local Traffic” signs into the village. At The Sign of The Angel is located in Church Street.
Public Transport Directions
Taxi – Available at taxi rank directly outside Chippenham Railway Station or in the town centre. Bus – A regular service (provided by Faresaver) from Chippenham bus station to Lacock is available between 6am-10pm daily (reduced service on Sunday). Please note, the bus station is a fair distance to walk from the railway station with luggage!
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Very Good23
- CassieLou_KZNBirmingham, United KingdomAbsolute BlissThursday, 15th October 2020ok I was blessed with the weather which makes everything more perfect but I can not rate this hotel highly enough. I booked very last minute as I needed desperately to get away. From the moment i... Read full review
- vivthetravellerLondon, United KingdomSimple but perfectFriday, 30th October 2020Very old and comfortable. We have stayed here before many years ago, so returned. Full of character, the room was comfortable and the dinner very good with a reasonably priced wine list. There is a... Read full review
- TimL2116Trip Type:CouplesDinner at Sign of the AngelWednesday, 30th December 2020Treated terribly. We’d specially booked a table by walking in and discussing options. It’s some drive to get there for us, and we needed somewhere by the fire to keep warm on a literally freezing... Read full review