A creative and multicultural metropolis. The best of city living and the best of English countryside.
Home of the famous Cambridge University and unique Fenland landscape.
Varied landscapes from lowlands to the Peak District.
Home to seaside favourites Brighton and Eastbourne.
Well served by rail and road, with two international airports.
Historic estates, spectacular countryside and a revered cathedral.
The Garden of England and home to historic architecture.
The capital city and largest city of England and the UK.
One of the largest metropolitan areas in the county and the UK's second largest city.
Discover 90 miles of unspoilt coastline and the unique Norfolk Broads National Park.
The best of both worlds is within reach. Urban living and rural gems to visit like Kelmarsh Hall and Gardens.
Breath-taking natural scenery and typical English towns. All well-connected by road, rail and air.
Renowned microbreweries, home to safari parks and Britain’s smallest pub.
The most wooded county in the UK boasting rolling countryside and market towns.
Shakespeare’s England boasting miles of canals offering an abundance of opportunities for pub lunches and picnics.
From the bright lights of Birmingham to the ‘Meriden Gap' green belt.
Natural beauty, historic market towns and charming villages.
Rural living in dramatic countryside, coastal adventures and historic city life.