Ms Rotterdam in the Norwegian fjords.
We asked our 12,000 Twitter users to name their favourites - here are 15 of the best
A walk in the chilled air under a bright blue, wintry sky, followed by a plate of something warm and a dram by the fire - Britain's towns and villages know how to do winter breaks well. We asked you to name your favourite places on Twitter - let us know if you'd like to add any more!
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So everybody voted for towns only south apart from Edinburg and the peak district... slightly bias towards the south me thinks.
dont know why this article is called "best british" nearly all are english , except for the "token" scottish town or village [ edinburgh is neither ] , plus most are down south , typical , ................nowhere nice in scotland , wales, ireland .............lazy journalism , typical msn
, not to mention northumberland , cumbria, yorkshire etc
What a load of old Tosh, Cheltenham, please..... Wales, Scotland ,N. Ireland boast far more attractive towns "best of British" I don’t think so...... cant believe this even reached the public domain. laughable
Marlborough is lovely but there isn't such a grand palace there. I thought I ought to let the editor know!
Unfortunately, it`s cheaper and more beneficial to go abroad and has been for a long time now, when you consider the prices in Rip-off Britain and the weather. When you think about it you pay tax or VAT on every aspect of your life. I work and pay tax, when I buy tools and clothes needed for my work I pay VAT, go to and from work and pay VAT on bus fares, if I buy lunch, a newspaper, more VAT. Why is it that for every day essentials, we are taxed to the hilt? If only we could reclaim it on expenses as our esteemed Members of Parliament do so steadfastly.
The - Lamb Inn in Marlborough - people! See the cheesman, he's ripe for it! ;-)
Idylic. Beautiful, historic, cultural England / Britain.
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Don't forget that extra quarter! When a 1/2 is just not accurate enough, 3/4 of a mile accuracy is so much better when walking in the snow to the nearest salvation, usually a pub, on a cold winters' night!