Thread Tools Search this Thread Feb 15th, 2010, 11:02 AM #1 Safa1. King Johns Hunting Lodge . Welcome to King John's House and Heritage Centre Located in one of Romsey's oldest thoroughfares, King John's House and Heritage Centre is an accredited museum that emcompasses three buildings that contain 750 years of history. Home ; Hotels Lacock ; King Johns Hunting Lodge ; Closes in 2 h 5 min. Please note: King John's Hunting lodge is run as a local history museum by Axbridge and District Museum Trust. Show Search. Our cream teas are enjoyed by locals and visitors from all over the world! Address: 21 Church Street, Lacock, Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN15 2LB. Log In. LACOCK CHURCH STREET ST 9168 (south side) 4/66 No 21 (King John's Hunting Lodge) 20.1 2.60 GV II* House, late medieval recased in C18, rubble stone with Bridgwater tile roof, half-hipped to west. Worth calling in if in the area. The Melksham forest was his hunting ground and you can still envisage the huntsmen bringing back the ‘kill’ and drinking mead around an open fire. Worth calling in if in the area.More. more. Русский . My wife had Apple cake which was delicious. Quite a feat for our large party during a very busy weekend teatime! King John (1167 - 1216), Lord of the Manor of Melksham, frequently indulged his passion for hunting in the surrounding forest, and it is likely that he … Will definitely return.More, While walking around the village of Lacock we were ready for morning tea after an early start from London Heathrow. My flapjack was just right - generously loaded with enough nuts and seeds for me to pretend it was healthy, while gloriously oozy on the more indulgent side. King John (1167 - 1216), Lord of the Manor of Melksham, frequently indulged his passion for hunting in the surrounding forest and it … View menus for Lacock restaurants. But not been here before usually because its been busy (unsurprisingly.) Do they take reservations for afternoon tea? Русский . Get quick answers from King John's Hunting Lodge staff and past visitors. English . 'Hunting lodge' is a term frequently used for early medieval royal residences, and King John's was one of many such lodges built in the late 12th and 13th centuries. The Bohun … The leek & sweet potato soup was really tasty, the Welsh rarebit my partner loved it and the cakes were simply delicious. Tended lovingly over the years, you can sit amongst the scented flowers, close your eyes and drift away! Original Poster . Call: +441249730313. Please stay safe and take care of one … Oct 30, 2013 - Lacock, Wiltshire, England, King John's Hunting Lodge. the setting is stunning. Lots of outdoor seating for the summertime as well.More, Chose this for lunch after visiting Lacock Abbey. They had alot of options from meals to sandwiches or cream teas. Others on our table had bacon sandwiches (which looked delicious), spicy parsnip soup and Welsh rarebit which were all equally successful. l½ storeys. King John's Hunting Lodge is the oldest house in this rare, unspoilt Wiltshire medieval village of Lacock. A three tiered creation for Lacock, a Lumb is the Scottish word for ‘chimney’. l½ storeys. More commonly referred to as 'King John's Palace', the lodge continued in use as a royal residence until 1241, when it was sold to Isabel de Bruce. Explore. Note: your question will be posted publicly on the Questions & Answers page. Lacock Lumb. Quirky little place ideal for a post Abbey snack or lunch. Home; Our cause; Days out; Join; Support us; Art & collections; Holidays; Shop; More; Opening times at King John's Hunting Lodge. A wander through the village brought us to this tea room. All dietary requirements are welcomed, and we are able to modify most items on the menu! Toasted and caramelised with either ginger or cinnamon butter. King Johns Hunting Lodge is known for its wonderful hospitaility, delicious food & rich history. Travel. This entry was posted in Lacock, Tea Room Review, The South - from Kent to Hampshire, United Kingdom and tagged 800 year-old wiltshire hunting lodge, assam & darjeeling, bennets tea, cafes guide, church street, clotted cream, cup of tea, Fancy a Cuppa?, ginger butter, jersey herd near frome, king john's hunting lodge, leaf tea, lumb, margaret's tea, piece of cake, pride & prejudice, royal tea, scones, … King John's Hunting Lodge, Lacock: See 482 unbiased reviews of King John's Hunting Lodge, rated 4.5 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #1 of 15 restaurants in Lacock. A really great place to...stop for lunch. It's mainly sandwiches/brunch options...but they did have a couple of other hot mains as specials. If you'd like to book a table, please feel free to drop us an email, or give us a call. LACOCK CHURCH STREET ST 9168 (south side) 4/66 No 21 (King John's Hunting Lodge) 20.1 2.60 GV II* House, late medieval recased in C18, rubble stone with Bridgwater tile roof, half-hipped to west. Following government & health recommendations we feel responsible to protect you, our customers, the staff and ourselves. A nice touch was from the waiter who said to my wife they could warm the cake and serve it with custard "as it's a cold day." Are you sure you want to delete this question? Overall great value and a great find.More, We live locally. King John's Hunting Lodge, Lacock: See 482 unbiased reviews of King John's Hunting Lodge, rated 4.5 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #1 of 15 restaurants in Lacock. These are unprecedented times, keep yourselves safe and your loved ones protected. The main part of The Lodge which dates back to the 13... th Century still has much of the original cruck beam structure, whilst the rear of the building was added to in Tudor times. LACOCK CHURCH STREET ST 9168 (south side) 4/66 No 21 (King John's Hunting Lodge) 20.1 2.60 GV II* House, late medieval recased in C18, rubble stone with Bridgwater tile roof, half-hipped to west.
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