Berkshire boasts world-famous heritage landmarks and institutions, including Windsor Castle, Eton College and Wellington College. This affluent county sits north of the River Thames, with excellent links to London.Berkshire
Home to the Chiltern Hills, Buckinghamshire is a Green Belt county known for its beautiful, rolling countryside and fantastic walks. Many of southeast England’s most sought-after towns and villages reside here, helping Buckinghamshire to offer the best of both rural and town lifestyles.Buckinghamshire
Over half of Dorset is designated as an Area of Outstanding Beauty, and three- quarters of its coastline is part of the Jurassic Coast Natural World Heritage Site. We are delighted to offer three amazing communities in Dorset – truly a jewel in England’s crown.Dorset
Considering its proximity to London, you may be surprised to learn that Surrey has more woodland than any other English county. Surrey also has a very strong sporting tradition, featuring four major racecourses and a plethora of golf courses, including the international competition course Wentworth.Surrey
Boasting a huge range of scenery that takes in the South Downs, the Weald and the coastline, the landscapes of West Sussex are dotted with stately homes, including Goodwood and Petworth House, and castles, including Arundel and Bramber castles.
Officially the sunniest county in the UK, West Sussex is a wonderful place to call home.
History and Heritage in Wiltshire is not just ancient. Here you can wander through time. The Romans, Normans and Saxons have all left their mark. Alongside the medieval city of Salisbury are Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site, Longleat and the National Trust’s gardenWiltshire