The designers of the new hybrid-drive Lexus 4x4 have produced a silent, silky vehicle that soaks up the bumps in the road like blotting paper.
The Edinburgh New Town celebrates its 250th anniversary this year. Here are some stunning shots of this sublime example of civic planning.
The ideal 'forever home' has four bedroroms, two bathrooms and a garden that's not too big and not too small, according to new research.
How to win at vegetable shows; the red telephone box revival; and surprising stained-glass windows.
Otters can live in most places where there is a rocky shoreline and nearby freshwater, but these tips collated by Joe Gibb – with the help of otter aficionado Roger…
Little Ross Island is a speck on the map just off the southern coast of Dumfries & Galloway, a spectacular and dramatic spot which is up for sale at £325,000…
Tweeds are woven into the very warp and weft of the Scottish landscape, as Mary Miers discovered during a visit to a tweed house that’s been making this versatile fabric…
'This picture is probably one of my earliest recollections of our family history'
The 6,206-acre Gualin estate, at Durness, Sutherland offers fishing on Loch Dionard as well as the River Dionard.
The soft colours of the scheme Philippa Thorp created for this dining room reflects its Long Island setting.
Our regular selection of some of the properties launched via Country Life include some absolutely gorgeous properties in bonnie Scotland.
Springdale boasts a garden ideal for keeping the whole family entertained.
Steady winds, the proximity of open moorland and no garden to speak of presented the owners of this Scottish house with a blank canvas 25 years ago. Julia Watson discovers…
Beautiful country houses often come with price tags which put them out of reach for many – but delightful character properties can be found that are well within reach for…
The Ledgowan estate at Achnasheen in Wester Ross offers sport, accommodation and several income streams.
Our kitchen garden cook creates three refreshing dishes with summery cucumber.
An outstanding restoration project has transformed Marchmont. In the first of two articles, Roger White identifies the architect of this remarkable 18th-century building for the first time.
Non Morris discovers that experimentation, environmentalism and numerous dramatic flourishes invigorate this unusual Devonshire garden at every turn.
The Bolfracks estate includes a beat of salmon fishings on the Upper Tay, one of Scotland’s ‘big four’ salmon rivers.
This summer’s harvest of cookery books is satisfyingly unpredictable, but all the better for that, says Leslie Geddes-Brown.