English Countryside: 6 Quaint Villages 

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Bibury, Gloucestershire 

Bibury, often called the most beautiful village in England, boasts honey-colored cottages and the tranquil River Coln. Visit Arlington Row, a row of 17th-century weaver's cottages, for a true taste of history. 

Castle Combe, Wiltshire 

Castle Combe is a fairytale village, with its medieval stone cottages and cobblestone streets. Stroll through the Market Cross, explore the picturesque church, and feel like you've stepped into a storybook. 

Lacock, Wiltshire 

Lacock's unspoiled streets and historic architecture have made it a favorite location for period film and TV productions. Visit Lacock Abbey and immerse yourself in its rich history. 

Bourton-on-the-Water, Cotswolds 

Known as the 'Venice of the Cotswolds,' Bourton-on-the-Water is famous for its low stone bridges that cross the River Windrush. Explore charming shops and enjoy a relaxing day by the water. 

Rye, East Sussex 

Rye is a medieval gem with cobbled streets, half-timbered houses, and panoramic views of the English Channel. Climb St. Mary's Church tower for a breathtaking vista of the town and the coast. 

Clovelly, Devon 

Clovelly, perched on a steep hillside, is a car-free village with a timeless feel. Wander down its cobbled streets to the picturesque harbor and savor fresh seafood at one of its cozy inns.

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