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Lovely little english village

Visited on a weekend and it was very crowded.you need to park on top of the hill and walk down to... read more

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Lionel F
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An unspoilt village.

This is a beautiful village but can be overrun with coachloads of visitors during the day. It is... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
PEC_10
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Reviewed today via mobile

Cosy and charming village. The Castle Inn doesn’t have to do much to get hungry customers located at the square. And the menu is very ordinary with sandwiches, pies, some plates and salads. It fills your stomach, but nothing more.

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Visited on a weekend and it was very crowded.you need to park on top of the hill and walk down to the village.the village is small but extremely beautiful .but unfortunately spoilt by so many visitors in such a small area. Try and avoid weekends...More

Thank Lionel F
Reviewed 1 week ago

Nice village to spend a short time. Arriving here by bus is difficult as there are only very few rides a day. If you travel by car...let's stop here, otherwise the travel by bus and the long stop to get back doesn't deserve the visit.

Thank ReviewsItaly
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a beautiful village but can be overrun with coachloads of visitors during the day. It is much more relaxed in the evening. There are 2 good pubs but beware thinking you will just pop into the tearoom....you must book at least 24 hours...More

Thank PEC_10
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is truly the most picturesque village with quaint little houses and a stream that flows right through the middle of it. Many movies have been filmed here. You can probably walk through Castle Combe in 30 minutes and then relax a bit at one...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

It is a really nice village to look round, down point being the car park at the top of the hill, which would have been a breeze in my younger days, but quite tiring walking back up the hill. Also as is usually the case...More

Thank Sue S
Reviewed 1 week ago

Castle Combe is a beautiful little village. Just clear your mind and take a stroll around, don't forget to visit the church and also Ellen's where you can select from lots of lovely things and then pay by posting the money through the letterbox. Visit...More

Thank Minnie7272
Reviewed 1 week ago

We stayed about a day and half here in Castle Combe. Stayed in the heart of the little village in the Castle Inn. Room was so neat and clean. Actually had a bath tub and I so enjoyed the lavender toiletries available in the room....More

Thank Magnoliasprings
Reviewed 1 week ago

Having visited Lacock, decided to pay a quick visit to Castle Combe, dubbed 'England Prettiest Village' in the 1960's! There's a visitor car park about 5 minutes walk from the village (FREE) - they prefer you to park there and avoid the Village itself. Its...More

Thank Paul1971Leeds
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This would probably have been more fun if we were staying overnight and could walk in the countryside or relax over a meal. The day was hot so walking around was a bit tiring.

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Cuppatea42
30 April 2018|
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Response from D M W | Reviewed this property |
Hullo, Parking space in the village is limited, due to the narrow roads, the villages location, layout, and private properties, etc. North West of the village off Dunn's Lane is a public car park. On the road between the... More
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kebalazs
3 January 2018|
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Response from R5593DRlisas | Reviewed this property |
Hello- apologies for the delay in replying. Although there is a sign on the gate going in that you need to be a resident, there is nothing actually physically stopping you from going in to have a look at the grounds. They... More
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Beverley L
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Response from MWC-UK | Reviewed this property |
Very limited parking on the street. Main parking is at the top of the hill anc its a steady walk down to the town but a real slog back up again and not recommended nfor elderly or peoplewith a dicky heart.
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