Chargot provides multiple income streams through its beef and arable farming as well as rolling countryside ideal for shooting.
'Fundamentally, we won’t make a product that doesn’t perform in the field’
Yep, pizza can be delicious AND healthy.
The iconic Grade II* listed building and surrounding area is being brought back to life.
Thomansina Miers picks chestnut and chorizo soup as one of her greatest recipes ever
Facing a volley of arrows, falling like steel sleet at nearly 200mph, is not for the faint of heart, discovers Graeme Fife, as he relives the role of the English…
Clumber spaniels; fishing in Iceland and how to choose the right cartridge.
Catch up on the best houses that have come up for sale via Country Life in the last few weeks.
From priest holes to gargoyles, Nicola Venning explores how unusual period features, if well curated, can be the making of a property.
Try this delicious pudding from former GBBO winner at your very own candlelit supper and 'Shine for ShelterBox.'
The Isle of Wight has long exerted a fascination for artists and writers and can be a blissful spot all year round, as Mark Williamson discovered.
A search for the ultimate epicurean mouthful could arguably start and finish with suckling pig. Nick Hammond studies a timeless culinary tradition.
These gorgeous overseas properties are worth the search, says Aunnunciata Elwes.
'This highly decorative, impactful piece provides a window into a secretive world'
We take our regular look at the finest places to come to the market in Country Life over the past week or so, including a Sussex farmhouse and some stunning…
Gardener, broadcaster and writer Alan Titchmarsh often gets asked about whether he has passed his green fingers on down the generations. Here's his answer.
An interior design project presents a maze of head-scratching conundrums, from choices between plain and patterned fabrics to whether you really need a club fender.
Hector Cole is one of Britain's last remaining master arrowsmiths – a craft which lies at the heart of many moments which have shaped our history and national identity.
Five utterly charming properties which will make you want to live in an Arts-and-Crafts era house
Tessa Waugh visits Dunalastair Hotel Suites in Perthshire, a Highland hotel that's had a very modern makeover.