10 Most Beautiful Villages In England
Polperro in Cornwall
Castleton at the Peak District National Park
The popularity of this village dates back to the 11th century due to the many attractions that surround it. One of its underground caves Peveril Castle is known as the Gem of the Peaks. If you love hiking, you should take the surrounding rolling hills that can be explored via many walking paths. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Castle Combe in Wiltshire
Often referred to as the prettiest village in this part of England, Castle Combe serves as the access road from the Market Cross to By Brook. As proof of its popularity, this village became a famous background in films, such as Stardust, Wolf Man, and Doctor Doolittle. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Bibury in Gloucestershire
According to a 19th-century artist-writer, Bibury is the most beautiful village. Its narrow high street will lead down to River Coln where a tiny river bridge can be found. This is a typical village of a picture perfect area, where you can find the Arlington Row along the weaver’s cottages of the 17th-century as well as the Tout Farm or the church of St. Mary.
Clovelly in Devon
The village of Clovelly is built with cobbled streets without any motorized vehicle along its high street. Clovelly is situated at the steep cliff that is surrounded by dense woodlands that slope down the sea. Its narrow lanes are lined along white-washed cottages adorned with colorful window boxes.
Amberley in West Sussex
Amberley village is located between the Downs, the South Down Way, River Arun, and Amberley Mount. The village castle has been converted into a hotel where the Amberley Swamp is located behind it. You can also see antique industrial machinery and agricultural tools at the Amberley Working Museum.
Lamberhurst in Kent
One of the most romantic castles of England is the Scotney Castle nestling at the village of Lamberhurst. If you are looking for beautiful villages to stop by, then you shouldn’t go wrong with this one. It houses several historic houses such as the Victorian Ladham House and the Georgian Finchcock house. You can also explore the countryside where you can find the Lamberhurst Vineyard or the Bedgebury National Pinetum and Forest.
Haworth in West Yorkshire
Among the attractions that you can find in the beautiful village of Haworth are several gorgeous events and establishments. You should wander around and see the Bronte Parsonage Museum, teashops, stores, pubs, and events like the 1940s weekend. Moreover, you may want to visit the Top Withens, Wuthering Heights, and the Bronte Waterfalls
Ambleside in Lake District, Cumbria
Highlighting the gorgeous village of Ambleside is the 21-meter waterfall surrounded by daffodils during springtime. The village has 12 watermills and you can see them as you flow through the River Rothay, into the village, and under the Bridge House.