-Posh, but not SUPER-POSH, English accents
-Soft Scottish accents
-Northern Irish accents, but only on men (it's quite harsh/masculine-sounding and doesn't flatter women.) Also some softer southern Irish accents.
-Some South African accents. I would probably have to say I like the "English" South African accent (it's softer) but don't particularly like the Afrikaaner accent.
-Some Caribbean accents - not great at distinguishing between the different islands/areas!
For non-English speakers speaking English:
-Swedes, Danes, etc, but not necessarily all the time, really depends on the individual. The same probably goes for native German speakers.
I agree with silk road as to liking 'soft' Scottish accents
also in my top:
Northern Irish accents
French women, especially Parisians speaking English
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