The voice of the countryside

Country Life, the quintessential English magazine, is undoubtedly one of the biggest and instantly recognisable brands in the UK today. The magazine comments in depth on a wide variety of subjects, such as architecture, property, the arts, gardens and gardening, the countryside, schools and wildlife. This eclectic editorial mix, combined with stunning photography and high-end property advertising ensures that week after week, Country Life is read by people who live the real country house lifestyle. brings over 100 years of editorial and commercial excellence to the web and is one of the best and most enjoyable places to browse for luxury property for sale online. The site also showcases the best of the editorial from Country Life magazine as well as carrying its own exclusive online content covering rural news, seasonal recipes and countryside events.

Listed country houses for sale

These three grand old houses have been looked-after with such love by successive owners; are you ready to take on one of these beautiful pieces of history ?

Jaguar F-Type R AWD: car review

Jaguar’s latest all-wheel-drive F-type is not only good-looking, it’s also the perfect fly-fishing wagon, purrs Charles Rangeley-Wilson.

Lavender field Somerset, England

Lavender crops are proving successful for some enterpising British farmers looking to diversify their businesses

Country Life June 22 2016

Our France issue celebrates all our favourite things about our neighbour across the Channel

Remember the Somme

Country Life is urging our readers to hold a two minute silence on July 1 at 7.30am to remember those who fell in the Battle of the Somme, 100 years…

The best houses for sale in Kent promo

If you're looking to buy a country house in Kent there are a wide range of different styles and price points, of course. We have picked out some of the…

British Fox Umbrellas

A properly made umbrella will last a lifetime - we meet the family business Fox Umbrellas and pick out some of the most stylish ways to stay dry this spring

Battle of the Somme

The first day of the Battle of the Somme was the costliest in British military history. Jolyon Fenwick explains why we shall always remember July 1, 1916.

The George Townhouse review

Re-opened after a full refurbishment, The George in Shipston-on-Stour offers a relaxing north Cotswolds retreat