Somewhere that has always intrigued me is Painswick, Gloucestershire. I have passed it so often and never really stopped to walk around. There is very little to the village but the views and timeless streets are something to be in awe of.
Painswick apparently is known as the Queen of the Cotswolds because of the grey limestone buildings. The beautiful church has 99 Yew trees on the grounds. As tales would have it, every time a hundredth tree is planted it dies.
I would highly recommend giving this quaint village a visit. It has plenty of gorgeous sights to see, tea rooms to eat and drink in and those Yew trees are stunning.