The Lost Gardens of Heligan is holding an exhibition to remember The Battle of the Somme
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 ?
This decadent supper-time treat can be cooked on the barbeque or in a frying pan
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.
Turnbull & Asser know a thing or two about pocket squares
The indulgent ingredients in this delicous recipe probably outweigh the berries' health benefits.
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Country Life rounds up the best things to see, do and book this week.
Lavender crops are proving successful for some enterpising British farmers looking to diversify their businesses
Our France issue celebrates all our favourite things about our neighbour across the Channel
See Andy Murray, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovich in action, or just enjoy the food, music and atmosphere at Wimbledon
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…
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…
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
'I fell completely in love with this painting because of its sheer joy, movement and carefree energy.'
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.
There are some stunning castles and country houses on the market in Scotland this spring.
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Rupert Uloth delves into a well-balanced exploration of our tempestous relationship with the rust-haired Reynard.
Re-opened after a full refurbishment, The George in Shipston-on-Stour offers a relaxing north Cotswolds retreat