The George at Lacock is a Wadworth public house that dates back to the 14th Century! Situated in the beautiful and famous village of Lacock.
A public house that's steeped in history, dating back to the 14th Century.
Here at The George Inn the sun may be trying to smile but you can warm up by our Medieval fire place, have a cup of tea, coffee or other drink, we offer range of home-made meals and snacks.
The National Trust village of Lacock dates back to 13th century and remained largely unchanged over the centuries with its many lime washed, half-timbered and stone buildings. One of those buildings, The George Inn, dates back to circa 1361. We have an amazing history, please just ask us, our team are always happy to chat about our pub!
Visitors are enthralled with tales about the olden days, when meat was cooked on a spit which was turned by the wheel using specially bred dogs called Turnspit. During the colder days and winter months this fireplace glows with a log fire enhancing some of the pub décor.
From then up to the current day The George Inn has remained a popular destination for both tourists and locals alike. Serving great food and great beer it is an ideal spot to meet with friends & family and relax over a few drinks or wonderful home cooked meal. The George has retained its Olde English character with original beams exposed to give private and cosy atmosphere as one of main features. This iconic pub is famous for its medieval open fire place with a dog wheel.