Haryln House's wonderful views and 36 beautifully-proportioned rooms were almost lost – but a plucky owner has saved the building, and now a new family is sought to turn it into…
This year is the 70th anniversary of the Town and Country Planning Act 1947, which laid the foundation for the modern system of listing buildings. Roger Bowdler of Historic England…
Country Life rounds up the best things to see, do and book this week.
Restoration: 70 years of listings; perfect picture hanging; plus Nature's big sleep.
If money is no object, these incredible homes across the world offer seclusion, luxury and beauty – plus the chance to take a quick dip whenever you like.
Our kitchen garden cook Melanie Johnson gives her take on a standard meatloaf recipe, adding plenty of extra zing with two offbeat ingredients.
'The Bayeux Tapestry is the mother of all strip cartoons'
Buying a thatched cottage needn't mean walking into a nightmare of work to do – these delightful places are all as spick-and-span on the inside as they are devastatingly charming…
A century after his death, Edgar Degas is the subject of two new exhibitions in Britain. Matthew Dennison appraises these tributes to a thoughtful, meticulous artist.
With autumnal weather well and truly here, it’s time to invest in a quality pair of wellington boots to see you through to winter and beyond. Country Life Top 10: Wellies…
To mark their 70th wedding anniversary, HM The Queen and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh have posed for a series of portraits.
Love everything about skiing? Discover these legendary slopes this year
Many thanks to Wretch and Rascal for supplying the photo booth.
Our weekly round-up of beautiful properties goes from Cornwall to County Durham and Pembrokeshire to Perthshire.
Bamboo isn't just a hardy, quick-to-grow plant – it can bring terrific splashes of year-round colour to your garden, as Mark Griffiths explains.
Her Majesty The Queen and HRH Prince Philip celebrate their 70th anniversary on 20th November. We've collected 14 wonderful photographs – including something from every decade – of the royal couple…
Grace Horne is the last person in Britain still making one-off pairs of scissors by hand. She spoke to Tessa Waugh.
Castle Grant, a few miles from Grantown-on-Spey, is a fascinating home blessed with a truly splendid setting.
Boldly conceived by a leading shoe manufacturer and his wife in 1908, this house, recently restored, elicited much comment, as Oliver Gerrish explains.
Explorer, adventurer and national treasure, Sir Ranulph Fiennes has travelled to the ends of the earth and raised millions for charity in the process – all while remaining a true gentleman.…