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Saturday, 12 March 2016


According to the very British paper 'The Telegraph' Britain has 20 classiest Counties, and the first ten are-

1.Beautiful Norfolk which we also relate to Sandringham. They say the whole county oozes class, the Norfolk Broads are stunning as ever and the ultra-trendy town of Burnham Market attracts a 'sophisticated' set from London. Even though the famous Noel Coward said that Norfolk is 'very flat', nothing can change the pretty seaside cottages and beach.

2. Gloucestershire which has the beautiful Cotswolds countryside alongside as well as cosmopolitan towns like Cheltenham. Of course you can't forget that Prince Charles lives at Highgrove so if a property goes up for sale in the area it sells immediately. 

3. North Yorkshire - I've been on that train through Yorkshire, it's stunning. Old North Riding in Yorkshire is said to have some of the most distinctive landscapes in Britain. With its rolling moors and majestic ruined abbeys, it's a beautiful place to live. Lonely Planet voted this county as the third best region in the 'WORLD'.

4. Berkshire which is another place I have visited quite recently. I thought it was stunning and reminded me a little of Cambridge but Windsor Castle and Eton College in the county, then it's no wonder it appeals. 

5. Fife in Scotland which they say becomes like Edinburgh-by-the-Sea in the summer. The famous St. Andrews University was attended by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and the Royal and Ancient Club, is the main attraction. 

6. Dorset, which is somewhere in the UK that I have not been to but is known for its off the beaten track charm with no motorway running through the County. The market towns of Dorchester and Blandford Forum are said to be the true glory of the county.

7. Aberdeenshire in Scotland which is famous for fishing on Royal Deeside or fourball at the Royal Aberdeen Gold Club.

8. Shropshire which is definitely somewhere I have been to. A few times in fact, I love a weekend break in Shropshire. With fab restaurants in Ludlow, which is a Mecca for all true foodies and antique shops a plenty in the town. 

9. Herefordshire which is also referred to as the new Cotswolds. London weekly commuters are in favour of living in this party of the Country, while the Hereford Cathedral School which was founded in 1384, attracts families seeking a good education for their offspring. 

10. Warwickshire which we all know is known as Shakespeare County. What more can I say....

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