Scenic towns in England are located in Cumbria, Wiltshire, Cornwall, Gloucestershire and Cotswolds. There are also many scenic towns located along England's coasts and the Isle of Wight.
Scenic towns are located throughout England, although many lie on the coasts, such Southwold. Southwold lies on the east coast of England and the North Sea in Suffolk county. What makes this location picturesque is its historic lighthouse and brightly-colored beach huts. Polperro is another coastal town, but this one is a quaint fishing village located on the southern coast of England in Cornwall county. It is characterized by its winding streets, absence of cars, boutiques and famous seafood. Another picturesque Cornwall town is Penzance, located on the southern tip of England. The famous Egyptian House, Georgian Theatre and Turk's Head, the oldest pub, is located on the historic road in the town, Chapel Street.
In south central England lies the Cotswolds, a range of limestone hills where some of the most scenic towns in the country lay. One of these is Lower Slaughter, a name that actually means wet lands in Old English. The town's Copse Hill Road is considered one of the most romantic in the country. The traditional limestone cottages of the town lie beside the Eye stream.