I'm not alone in my appreciation of a beautiful cemetery. Life's Business Insider once ran a pictorial called "20 of the World's Most Stunning Cemeteries." (Find it here.) Cemeteries from all over the globe were photographed, and the US still had some of the most beautiful. Some of my favorite fantasy books are set in cemeteries. They are:
A Fine and Private Place by Peter S. Beagle--I like this much more than his more famous book The Last Unicorn. And while I loved the high fantasy of "Come Lady Death," this story of love and last
The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman--this book is hands down my favorite Gaiman book. It begins with a shocking act of violence, but the lovely characters and warm relationships that develop between the orphaned child and the ghosts who raise them are just terrific.
Pure by Andrew Miller--combines a couple of my favorite things--Paris, suspense, and mystery in one delightful read. Miller also wrote the dual narrative novel Oxygen, which won all sorts of prizes when it was published, especially for the way the writer handled a bleak subject. I liked Pure better. It reminded me a bit of the movie The Draughtsman's Contract.
If you're interested in books about cemeteries, GoodReads has a fantastic list.