Known for its charming cottages and the Arlington Row, a row of weavers' cottages dating back to the 17th century.
It’s a beautiful traffic-free fishing village with steep cobbled streets that lead down to a picturesque harbor.
It’s a charming and traditional fishing village, where fans of art and history will love to stroll through the town’s narrow cobbled streets, and shouldn’t miss visiting the Staithes Art Gallery.
This idyllic village lies in the valley of the River Cuckmere and is for all those who want to enjoy a slower pace of life.
This is another beautiful fishing village known for its narrow streets, historic harbor. If you remember, this place also served as the backdrop for the TV series ‘Doc Martin.
This place is famed for its delicious Bakewell Pudding and charming market town atmosphere. Try not to visit this place during your trip to England.
If you are planning a staycation, this place must be on your travel wishlist. It’s an Italianate-style village that served as the setting of the cult TV program ’The Prisoner.’
It’s an idyllic village steeped in history from the medieval days. You can enjoy a riverside picnic here.
It’s a well-preserved medieval village with historic architecture and streets that have often been used as film locations.