'I delight in the fact that it shows two masters at the same time.'
The Larmer Tree festival in Wiltshire is a magical place to spend a summer weekend
From Shepherd's huts to treehouses, the trend for homeworking has produced some creative ideas for home offices
Our country houses are so much richer than we imagine. John Goodall is impressed by this exemplary new study.
A diverse structure reduces the risk of whole areas of woodland being decimated It can be very easy to take trees for granted. An iconic part of our landscape, they…
Woodlands form a cherished part of our historical and cultural identity Trees and woods are a phenomenally important feature of our landscape and form a cherished part of our historical…
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As William and Kate consider where to send George and Charlotte to school, our resident expert has some advice up her sleeve, from pre-prep upwards
Country Life rounds up the best things to see, do and book this week.
This Welsh masterpiece is the finest piece of John Nash architecture still in private ownership
Our kitchen garden cook reveals how to utilise tomatoes in dishes from gazpacho to meatballs.
From city breaks and family trips to romantic weekends and coastal resorts, here's our guide to the best hotels in Britain.
Country Life July 20 2016 is all about Britain's beautiful architecture
Go green: a fine dish in its own right, Petits pois a la Francaise is also the perfect accompaniment to roast quail or squab pigeon.
From brilliant beer and fine wines to first-class food and scenic locations, we reveal our list of our favourite public houses.
Sitting on a high hill above the splendour of the city, the Waldorf Rome Cavalieri turns out to be a great base for spending time in this hectic, marvellous, romanic…
Watch some of your favourite films at open air cinema screenings this summer in amazing locations, from Blickling Hall to Blenheim and Lulworth Castle
A new addition to the shelf of Waugh biographies is crisp, diligent and sympathetic, says James Fergusson.
There are few things in life more calming than sitting on the shore of a lake or waking up to the sound of waves lapping on a beach.
'I love William Nicholson’s work. His still-lifes are incomparable.'