A Norfolk village known as "Chelsea-on-Sea" has been named one of the poshest places to live in the UK.

Burnham Market was included in The Telegraph's roundup of the country's smartest villages.

The Georgian village situated between Wells-next-the-Sea and Brancaster has an average house price of £826,770.

The Telegraph said the village's "posh appeal" was down to its nickname, Chelsea-on-Sea, the boutiques and antique shops, and the fashionable hotel and restaurants.

This is not the first time the village has won such an accolade, being named on another poshest villages list as well as being called one of the most desirable places to live.

Also featured on The Telegraph's list of the poshest villages were Walberswick in Suffolk and Hemingford Abbots in Cambridgeshire.