We visited Castle Combe in June, as part of our tour via Mad Max Tours to Stonehenge and Avebury. It’s called “The Prettiest Village in England”. I haven’t seen enough of England to judge for myself, but it seemed straight out of history to me, along with everything else we saw that day.
Castle Combe also has a 14th century market cross and a lovely old church (St Andrews) with a memorial to Sir Walter de Dunstanville, who died in 1270. And a beautiful churchyard, sections shown below:
Here’s some info about Castle Combe at the town website. The site also has some cool 360-degree views of some of the town’s attractions.