A quiet parish in Norfolk has been named among the country's most unspoilt villages.

The Telegraph included Great Massingham in its list of 30 villages unspoilt by mass tourism.

Great Massingham, between King's Lynn and Fakenham, was celebrated by the publication as an enclave in the county's "quiet, rural hinterland".

The village has previously been recognised in the Sunday Times' best places to live list, where it was a newcomer last year.

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The newspaper praised the village's "bucolic charm" with its "jumble of mellow, pantile-roofed buildings" around the well-known green and duck pond.

It recommended the award-winning Dabbling Duck, recently named in the Good Food Guide, for somewhere to eat and the village shop which sells local artisan produce.

Also highlighted were Norfolk Hideaways' self-catering cottages for places to stay and Houghton Hall for the best day out.

Another location included in the Telegraph's list was Laxfield in Suffolk.