Carla Passino takes a look at the things which have turned the unlikely spot of Rutland into a property hotspot.
TV shows like House of Cards, Game of Thrones and various others have transformed the way we think about television.
Leslie Geddes-Brown has discovered all manner of things to do with garlic.
Conservatories have horticultural roots, yet have evolved to a variety of uses. Amelia Thorpe explores eight exciting possibilities.
Three gardening myths debunked by the greatest authority of all: Experience
A former watermill in Surrey has been turned into a beautiful home by a royal embroiderer, but is now up for sale.
Melanie Johnson welcomes the arrival of Spring - and with it, the season of purple sprouting broccoli.
Harrods, Fortnum & Mason and most of Britain's other great retailers have archivists – and they shared some of their finest treasures with Nick Hammond.
Writer, historian and chef Jason Goodwin whips up perfect pilaf rice.
The eyes of the world turn to Hollywood as the Oscars take place this weekend. And the fact that so many of us sit up and take notice speaks volumes. This…
Britain's ingenuity in the wartime extended to the kitchen, and there's no better example of this than the humble carrot.
Join Country Life at Design Centre in London’s Chelsea Harbour on Sunday March 12 for an inspirational ‘Conversations in Design’ session, in which leading figures in the interiors world will discuss what…
Penny Churchill looks at a house which, in its early years, witnessed a skirmish during the English Civil War.
Shirtmaker Emma Willis spoke to Country Life's Hetty Chidwick about why some things are just not worth compromising on.
Time to get out of London? A perfect example English country cottage is on the market in the heart of the Cotswolds.
There’s something unashamedly wholesome and reassuringly solid about the work that goes into a Plain English kitchen. Words such as ‘honed’, ‘jointed’, ‘waxed’ and ‘hammered’ are used to describe the…
Tim Richardson takes a look at a slice of Portugal place famed for its English lead sculptures.
An ex-council house in Essex has been turned into the bizarre, spooky and delightful 'Talliston House' over the course of 25 years. Now it's opening its doors to the public.
British watercolours; wily woodpigeons; a beautiful Rococo garden; plus a magical Monet and the return of the conservatory.
One suspects that, if required, even the wild Scottish weather will submit to the will of the staff at Skibo Castle, such is their quiet, all-conquering capability – let it…