Mirror's new figures reveal that there are over 20 best places to live in the UK. If you think #London is the only ideal city of the UK, you are wrong. When it comes to selecting an ideal location in the UK, Tendring, #East Lothian, and Cornwall, are among the most suitable towns. Latest analysis has shown that these days every 750 out of 1000 international visitors choose Tendring for permanent or temporary residence. Let us take a look at the detailed list.

Tendring

This small district is located in the northern England, close to the River Stour and the River Colne. Some of the most prominent towns of Tendring are Frinton-on-Sea, and Harwich. It is suitable for people who want to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Reportedly, here the crime rate is very low. Most importantly, Tendring is famous for its affordable residential and commercial buildings. The district has been divided into different parishes including Alresford, Brightlingsea, Elmstead, Frating, Great Bentley, and others.

East Lothian

East Lothian is a prominent council area of Scotland. It is often regarded as Haddingtonshire. Close to East Lothian, there are towns like the City of Edinburgh, Haddington, and Midlothian. This area was first created in 1996, and since then it has become a prior choice of international visitors for spending their holidays. The highlights of the town are Musselburgh, Wallyford, and Whitecraig. Also, it has numerous museums, residential buildings, and commercial centers. You can easily rent an apartment here. The overall environment of East Lothian is very peaceful.

Cornwall

Cornwall is one of the best unitary authority areas of England. It is situated in the west of the Celtic Sea, and south of the English Channel. The most exotic tourist attraction of this area is the River Tamar. Cornwall has an estimated population of 526,000 people. It is spread in an area of 3,563 km2. Reportedly, this area was created by Neolithic and Bronze Age people. Later on, Brythons came here for permanent residence. Until now, this beautiful town has remained under the rules of Romans, Wessex, and King Athelstan. Talking about its ecology, Cornwall is known for its terrestrial and marine ecosystems. It is home to the Reindeer lichens. #Places in the UK