A village on the Suffolk coast has been named one of the poshest places to live in the UK. 

Walberswick has ranked in The Telegraph's 48 poshest villages in the country. 

The coastal hotspot is famed for its idyllic cottages and delightful beaches that attracts thousands of people every summer.

The village was the only place in Suffolk to make the list. 

Writers said its artistic hub and shingle and sandy beaches were among the main appeals of Walberswick. 

Research, which was aided by estate agents Savills, said the average house price was £1,082,814.

The article highlighted the range of wildlife that can be seen when visiting, while also referencing the "characterful" Bell Inn pub.