A peaceful countryside village in Berkshire has been named as one of the poshest places in the UK, according to The Telegraph.

An article, published on Saturday March 30, placed Sunningdale near Ascot on the Telegraph’s list of 48 posh villages in the UK.

Sunningdale was the only village in Berkshire to make the list.

The article reported that the average house price in this part of the county is £1,462,199. This is reportedly triple the average house price in the UK.

The house prices reflect the number of celebs and A-Listers that decide to settle down outside the city in the 'super village' for a more relaxing and tranquil way of life.

As well as its location near Ascot and Windsor, the ‘posh appeal’ was attributed to the village being “well-connected to London” as well as being “on the doorstep of open countryside”.

The Telegraph also mentioned a wide range of places to eat, such as French cuisine at La Cloche at the Carpenters.

The article said: " Sunningdale would qualify as a “super” village, with plenty going on. There’s a wide choice of places to eat, such as French cuisine at La Cloche at the Carpenters or casual brunch at Eliane of Sunningdale.

“There’s a Waitrose and a train station and it suits those moving out of London who still want urban lifestyle amenities but also to be on the doorstep of open countryside.”