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Historic Towns & Picturesque Villages

Porlock Weir, Porlock, Somerset


a Seaside Town in the county of Somerset

the norman carved arch at kilpeck church herefordshire


in the county of Herefordshire

Ryde Town, Isle of Wight


in the county of Isle of Wight

Picturesque Villages in England

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Abbotsbury, Dorset

Abbotsbury is a small picturesque and historic village in the county of Dorset...

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Aldbury, Hertfordshire

Lying on the edge of the Chiltern Hills this is one of the counties most attractive villages...

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Alderley Edge, Cheshire

Alderley Edge is a popular tourist spot in the county of Cheshire, consisting of a prominent 'edge' or sandstone ridge which is popular with walkers and offers stunning views. You.....

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Alderton, Northamptonshire


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Alfriston, East Sussex

Alfriston occupies a favoured position in the beautiful Cuckmere Gap and serves as a tourist village to which hoards of visitors flock to enjoy the many well preserved fine old buildings to be seen, one of the most important being the local church...

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Allendale Town, Northumberland

This picturesque Northumberland village enjoys a lovely location in the fine hill and dale countryside of the beautiful East Allen Valley...

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Almondbury, West Yorkshire

Almondbury is one of the oldest and prettiest of the villages dominating the edge of the Pennine moors...

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Alnmouth, Northumberland

Alnmouth lies on a coastline famed for its outstanding natural beauty, thus one of its greatest pleasures is found in wandering the coastal paths enjoying uninterrupted sea and coastal views...

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Amberley, West Sussex

Amberley is a pretty little village on the edge of the South Downs, near to the Cathedral town of Arundel...

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Ambleside, Cumbria

Ambleside, meaning "Shieling" or summer pasture by the riverbank, lies next to the northern shore of Lake Windermere. A busy victorian town ideal as a base when visiting the Lake District..

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Apethorpe, Northamptonshire

Apethorpe is a small, picturesque, East Northamptonshire village, a mile and a half from Kings Cliffe. St Leonard is an attractive looking church in a nice setting. Trees.....

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Appledore, Devon

Appledore is as enchanting as its name. It is a pretty place that shows a host of colourful fishermens cottages in the narrow streets beyond the quay..

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Appleton, Oxfordshire

Appleton is a village in Oxfordshire, some 4 miles northwest of the historic market town of Abingdon. It was once part of the county of Berkshire until the 1974 boundary change,.....

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Ardeley, Hertfordshire


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Arkendale, North Yorkshire

A picturesque village between Knaresborough and Boroughbridge...

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Armscote, Warwickshire

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Arnside, Cumbria

This pretty village has all the ingredients of an old style fishing village with a delightful mix-match of charming properties rising up from a beach of firm golden sand littered with colourful sailing boats...

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Ashbury, Oxfordshire

The village of Ashbury is located in a lovely scenic area where the borders of south Oxfordshire meet with Wiltshire. It is one of a string of villages along the White Horse.....

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Ashby St Ledgers, Northamptonshire


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Ashford in the Water, Derbyshire

The village was a centre for candle making, noted for lead mining and made famous by the discovery of Ashford marble which was first quarried by Henry Watson in 1748...

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