A village in Berkshire has been named one of the prettiest in the UK.

Bray has been placed on the list published by The Telegraph as one of the most beautiful places to live in the South East and across Britain.

Experts from the publication judges have unearthed 30 villages rating shop fronts, historic architecture, restaurants, and greenery.

The website said: "Berkshire is packed with pretty villages, but Bray has to be one of its finest. Not only is it a looker, all half-timbered houses and tranquil Thames views, but it’s also home to three Michelin-starred restaurants."

Two of these restaurants, including The Fat Duck and The Hind's Head are both owned by restaurant mogul Heston Blumenthal.

Alain Roux also owns The Waterside Inn which is an eatery that offers a delicious bespoke menu and a stunning atmosphere.

If you are thinking about visiting this charming village, be warned! You may be fighting gourmands from all over the world for a table at three of these coveted restaurants.

It's no surprise then that a host of A-Listers are fond of a trip to the local pub.