The town is charming and quaint , and real: more than just a tourist facade of Irish life.
The buildings vary between those that are old and quaint and new shopping developments.
Mostly the book's given over to the impossibly quaint eccentrics Edwin encounters in London.
It's easy to walk through the village and just see old stone, quaint architecture and water.
Along the coast you'll also find a handful of quaint fishing harbours and some great seascapes.
Because as quaint as it may sound, some things are more important in life than money.
The French names on the streets and the quaint old houses invite exploration into the history.
The set comprising chessmen placed on a board in wood has a quaint appearance.
Lytham is the more quaint , elegant area while St Annes has large hotels along the sea sand front and cheaper houses.
This is a quaint old-fashioned shrub that is ideal for both town and country gardens.