The vast majority of tourists who travel to England only practice urban tourism. London, Manchester, Edinburgh and Dublin are some of the most wanted destinations in the country. However, this type of trip can be combined with getaways through the villages of the British Countryside, where at times we may seem to be in a vintage film set. On this post, we suggest you beautiful villages perfect for unforgettable holidays in the British Countryside.

Holidays in the British Countryside

Castle Combe


Firstly, let’s start with one of the most beautiful towns in the UK. This town of the county of Wiltshire is home to a large array of beautiful attractions. In the architectural complex stands out its church and a tower of the XIV century transformed into a luxurious hotel. Everything transports us to the Middle Ages and still reaches more splendour by its natural surroundings of thick forests. Undoubtedly, the perfect location to spend your holidays in the British Countryside.



In the county of Wiltshire, you will find Lacock, a village that is part of the National Trust; The National Trust is a foundation whose objective is to conserve the valuable heritage of this locality. Maybe that’s why it’s not surprising that movies like Pride and Prejudice, Emma or some scenes of Harry Potter have been filmed here. Are you a Harry Potter fan? If so, don’t miss the opportunity to spend a night, or two in this town.



This village, of the West Midlands, worth a visit for two reasons. Firstly thanks to its typical British atmosphere that attracts everyone. Secondly, because is the birthplace of William Shakespeare, therefore, the city council offers a large number of tours around the city. Enjoy pleasant strolls along the beautiful streets were this famous English writer used to wander.



This village is one of the most beautiful in the British Countryside and it’s very close to one of the most important Roman settlements, the Cirencester. Thanks to its beautiful areas and convenient location, Bibury is the Capital of the Cotswolds. Bibury always ranks as one of the most demanded locations in the country thanks to its cosy houses with stone facades and a lush forest as a backdrop. Furthermore, Bibury is close to one of the most impressive cities in the UK, Oxford. In Oxford, you will find a large number of culinary options from the typical British meals to interesting options like Bananatree.

Bourton on the water


The River Windrush crosses this beautiful village and forms beautiful channels, the reason why the village has earned the nickname of “Venice of the Cotswolds“. Considered one of the prettiest areas in the UK thanks to its honey-coloured stone houses along the river and its beautiful surroundings. Furthermore, actors like Hugh Grant or the model Kate Moss have made of the village a beautiful refuge.



Steeped in history and tradition, this beautiful town offers a large number of attractions and beautiful landscapes to discover. The Gold Hill Museum and the Old Abbey are some of its notorious attractions. However, thanks to its convenient location, it could the ideal “base of operations” for visiting places like Stonehenge, Bristol or Bath Spa.



Hawkshead is set in the beautiful valley of Esthwaite, in the historic Lake District. Once, the property of the monks of Furness Abbey today, Hawkshead is a splendid place to wander through its labyrinth of alleys and squares full of historic buildings.

Here our selection with the best spots for unforgettable holidays in the British Countryside.


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