As we celebrate the bicentenary of Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson, Gavin Stamp considers the remarkable way in which he adapted principles of Greek architecture to the development of his native city.
The stylish renovation of Bilting Court has combined Tudor charm with all the comforts of 21st century living.
Iron can be wrought into the most delightful staircase balustrades. John Goodall chooses some favourites from Country Life’s outstanding archive.
The Gleneagles Hotel review: Heaven in the Highlands
A bit of time and effort spent presenting your rental property can pay huge dividends, as Molly Biddell explains.
A video clip of a golden retriever saving a young deer from drowning has made its star something of a global sensation.
Architecture: the good, the bad and the ugly, plus the secret life of snails.
With its many health-giving properties, wild garlic makes a versatile ingredient for pesto or to add to delicious cod fritters.
A magnificent sporting estate, extending to 11,105 acres in total, has come to the market in the West Highlands – and it's a unique opportunity, as Molly Biddell explains.
Why sleep under canvas when you can sleep under a 56ft rotor blade?
Join Country Life for lunch with nutrition expert and cookware designer Marie Guerlain at Christopher Peacock’s London showroom.
No fewer than six new Italian food cookbooks are out this summer – which one should you get?
Chetnole House at Chetnole has delightful grounds running down to the River Wiggle.
'The image piqued my curiosity through its sense of mystery and expectation'
The Bennet sisters in Pride and Prejudice are some of Jane Austen's most memorable creations - take our quiz and find out which of the five you most resemble...
'I can never pass it without stopping to marvel'
We look back at the places that have come to the market via Country Life in the last week or so, including a magnificent house in Devon.
Getting married is, and should be, a very special day. But make sure it's only a day, says Annunicata Elwes.
Alan Titchmarsh says that now is the time to clear out the weeds and keep your pond in top condition – and you can even get the grandchildren to help
An ancestral West Country home that has passed through the hands of one family for the past 600 years has, since the 18th century, developed a dazzling succession of interiors.