100 of Britain's Most Beautiful Places to Visit

Explore the breathtaking charm of the UK with our guide to '100 of Britain's Most Beautiful Places to Visit.' Discover the untouched countryside, ancient castles, quaint villages, and cosmopolitan cities. Learn about their rich history, unique attractions, and hidden gems.


Even from a distance Arundel is imposing and impressive; Gothic spires jut out from the cathedral which overlooks the town, and the picture-postcard castle can be seen towering over the low-lying marsh grounds and River Arun. The town centre has a variety of eateries, independent shops, art spaces and antique stores.

East Dean

This beautiful village in the South Downs National Park is situated just half a mile inland from the dramatic cliffs of Birling Gap and Beachy Head and features a popular old smugglers’ pub called The Tiger.  Its large village green is bordered by flint houses, a café, gift shop and a decent deli serving great coffee and local produce.


Fronted by three miles of shingle beach, Eastbourne is a quintessential, old-fashioned seaside resort with a seafront promenade and a much-loved bandstand. Its streets are lined with grand, Victorian buildings and Italianate architecture. The Towner Gallery, close to the seafront, is popular for its contemporary art exhibitions, and its annual Air Show attracts thousands of visitors.

Seven Sisters

Jutting into the English Channel on the Sussex Heritage Coast, the Seven Sisters is an iconic range of chalk cliffs formed by millions of years of erosion and coastal remains. This geological wonder is a breeding place for sea birds such as peregrine falcons, kittiwakes and fulmars. As well as the distinctive white chalk cliffs, the Seven Sisters Country Park is also made up of 280 hectares of river valley and chalk grassland.


According to Rathfinny Wine Estate, Romans claimed that the best location to plant a vineyard was three miles from the sea. This is exactly where the Driver family have positioned their vineyard. Located on the same band of chalk that forms the Paris Basin, running from northern France into southern England, their intention is to create world-class sparkling wine.


Alfriston is one of the oldest villages in the country and for that reason it's a popular spot for visitors. A plethora of historic buildings stretches along the high street and beyond to the parish church of St Andrew and the famous Clergy House.

Arlington Bluebell Woods
Since 1972 the Arlington Bluebell Walk and Farm Trail have developed into seven interesting walks over three working farms, involving local charities. The walk takes in beautiful snow-white anemones followed by a spectrum of blue and purple hued bluebells, which have been established over centuries.


Lewes is certainly one of the most attractive market towns in Sussex and an ideal visitor destination. It is relatively small, yet filled with historic buildings such as Lewes Castle and the Anne of Cleves House. It's also home to Harvey's Brewery and a handful of their pubs.


The sleepy hamlet of Firle (on the Firle Estate) is approximately four miles from the market town of Lewes. The village sits at the foot of Firle Beacon amongst the rolling Sussex Downs, an area famous for inspiring the works of artists such as Eric Ravilious. With an ancient and characterful pub (The Ram Inn), a 12th-century church and an olde-worlde village shop, you feel as though you have stepped back in time as soon as you enter Firle.


The main attraction in Broadstairs is its magnificent horseshoe beach named Viking Bay. With its clifftop promenade and family activities, the area has an essence of old-world seaside charm, with its colourful beach huts and anchored fishing boats.

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The Suffield Arms

Don’t be fooled by its rural setting and elegant demeanour, inside TheSuffield Arms is a heady concoction of styles that commands yourattention.

Trigony Country House
An idyllic country house wrapped inside the rolling Kier hills and tranquil woodland
Alexander House
An imposing Jacobean manor in West Sussex with luxury spa and two award-winning restaurants

The Queensberry Hotel
An independent, Georgian townhouse at the heart of Bath with Michelin Star dining and beautiful rooms

Cliveden House
An Italianate mansion with a wood panelled Library Bar and luxurious rooms surrounded by the Berkshire countryside

The Georgian
Beneath a leafy canopy in Haslemere, this stylish Georgain townhouse is home to contemporary rooms and an elegant restaurant

The Double Red Duke
Blending contemporary and rustic design, this former 17th-century coaching is now a cool, vibrant Cotswold bothole

Fort Road Hotel
Boasting sea views and artwork by the likes of Tracey Emin, this is a seriously cool hotel with a special backdrop

Heckfield Place
Country elegance meets rustic chic at this Hampshire haven set inside a beatufiul country estate

Monachyle Mhor
From farmhouse inspired rooms to edgy eco lodges with stunning views, this is a unique escape in the Scottish mountains

Roseate House
Just moments from Hyde Park, Roseate House is a celebrated 5 Star hotel set inside three Victorian townhouses

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