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The George Inn, Lacock - pub details

George Inn

Address: 4 West Street, Lacock, Wiltshire, SN15 2LH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31508) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Melksham (2.8 miles), Chippenham (3.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.1/10 (rated by 11 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Red Lion, Lacock (0.1 miles), Carpenters Arms, Chippenham (0.1 miles), Bell Inn, Lacock (0.7 miles), Rising Sun, Chippenham (1.4 miles)


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In the middle of the extreme left hand row of keys on your keyboard is one marked "Caps Lock!.
I suggest you press it (once), which will mean your next post is easier to read, and, which is more important, not so bloody RUDE!
The_Final_Arbiter - 5 Apr 2011 22:55
THE WORSE FOOD EVER SERVED [I SAY SERVED RATHER THAN EATEN AS IT WAS VIRTALLY INEDIBLE ]OF THE THREE OTHER MEALS SERVED TO THOSE ON OUR TABLE IT WAS AGREED THE FOOD WAS OF THE LOWEST QUALITY AND POORLY COOKED ]THAT ANY OF OUR PARTY HAD EVER BEEN SERVED [AND APART FROM REGULARLY EATING OUT IN THE SURROUNDING AREA AND DINING IN FAR FLUNG CORNERS OF THE WORLD ,THIS WAS THE WORSE ],WOULD HAVE COMPLAINED MORE AT TIME BUT THOUGHT IT WOULD HAVE BEEN BAD MANNERED TO THE PERSON IN OUR PARTY WHO WAS PAYING FOR OUR [LOOSELY CALLED ]MEALS AS A TREAT ,BUT IT WAS CERTAINLY NOT A TREAT I EVER WANT TO REPEAT ,THE ONE POINT I HAVE AWARDED WAS FOR THE QUAINT OLD BUILDING AND THE NERVOUS EFFORTS OF THE POOR GIRL WHO SEEMED TO HAVE BEEN THROWN IN AT THE DEEP END WITHOUT ANY VISABLE TRAINNING. I WOULD HATE TO THINK THAT ANY OF THE MANY TOURISTS AND VISITORS WHO COME TO LAYCOCK MIGHT CHOOSE THIS VENUE AND SUFFER THE SUBSTANDARD FOOD THAT OUR PARTY DID ,WAS IT THE CHEFS NIGHT OFF OR ?I HOPE SO
rosling - 5 Apr 2011 18:51
Great fire going on a cold Sunday. Most of the tables were set for eating and quite a few reserved. We were quickly shown a table and our drinks order taken. The Wadworths JCB was a new one on me and very good. The menu wasn't overburdened with fancy dishes. It was good homemade fare which arrived quickly and with a smile. It was very good. Maybe slightly over priced but it is a tourist trap and that wouldn't stop me going back.
gdm - 1 Feb 2010 13:24
Built in 1361 as ‘The Inn’ it’s the oldest pub in Lacock, one of the oldest in the country and vies for title of longest continuously licensed premises. Exposed beams & fires give this real old pub a cosy atmosphere. A quirky feature of the interior is the "dog-wheel" by the huge fireplace - an iron tread wheel in which a specially bred dog called a ‘Turnspit’ was tethered to turn the spit as he "walked”. A Wadworthshire pub where 2 banks of hand pulls produce just 3 of their beers, but well kept. Food is over priced – all mains over £11 except specials of which Bangers+Mash at £9-25 is still well over the top! Large and pleasant beer garden at rear. All in all its well worth a visit.
Reviewed 03/01/09 by SADCATS on Tour! SCORE- 8.

Saxon_Scooper - 2 Feb 2009 17:59
Paid this fine old worlde pub a visit, at the begining of Summer?Well patronised,just managed to get a table,with the help of a waitress/barmaid,who whilst giving us the Menu,s took our drinks order.on return,took our Food order,drinks and food well presented and tasty,will be back,but must remember that Lacock can be very touristy and a film makers dream,aswell.Great pub none the less.....
james55westhead - 15 Nov 2008 19:27

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