What are some charming towns in England?
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- Whitby, North Yorkshire (at least if you mainly stay on the West Cliff area + the East Side around Henrietta Street + the 199 Steps up to the Church Yard).
- Filey, North Yorkshire
- Pickering, North Yorkshire + the nearby village of Thornton Dale
- Holmfirth, West Yorkshire (familiar to fans of long running sitcom "Last of the Summer Wine")
- Knaresborough, North Yorkshire
- Harrogate, North Yorkshire.... home to the famous BETTY's tearoom (menu prices not recommended to people with heart conditions)
- Eastbourne, East Sussex.... England's answer to Florida (at least in terms of being the stereotype place where old people go to retire).....
- Lymington, Hampshire
- Christchurch, Dorset
- Beer, Devon... home to the Pecorama model railway attraction by model manufacturer PECO.
- Padstow, Cornwall.... famous for being the base of operations for TV chef Rick Stein
- Southwold, Suffolk... home to Adnams Brewery
- Cromer + Sheringham, Norfolk
- Wroxham & Hoveton, Norfolk
- Hornsea, East Riding of Yorkshire
- Withernsea, East Riding of Yorkshire
- Howden, East Riding of Yorkshire
- Settle, North Yorkshire
- Sedbergh, Cumbria
- Keswick, Cumbria
- Bowness-on-Windermere, Cumbria
- Tweedmouth + Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Northumberland
- Alston, Cumbria
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- John PLv 712 months ago
Depends on your definition of "charming".
- RRLv 71 year ago
Small market towns are usually nice.
Petworth, West Sussex
Kirkby Lonsdale, Cumbria
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