The fine weather of spring and summer brings with it ticks – and with them, fears about Lyme disease. Charlotte Peters explains what you need to know.
‘There’s something magical about spending time in a shepherd’s hut,’ says Richard Lee of hut-making firm Plankbridge. ‘It makes a private idyll, its use only limited by your imagination.’ Once…
Carla Carlisle welcomes Royal bride Meghan Markle to the Anglo-American Sisterhood.
This gorgeous thatched house in the Buckinghamshire village of Ludgershall could have come straight from the pages of Tolkien.
Our kitchen garden cooks savours delicious homegrown asparagus.
British beauties mad keen on eventing.
Avening Court was once the manor of of Henry Brydges, who was a notorious pirate, smuggler and highwayman until he married the daughter of a prosperous Avening clothier.
Tina – The Musical By Katori Hall – Aldwych Theatre, booking until February 2019 With Tina, at the Aldwych Theatre, we enter the world of the soul and rock singer…
The box moth, Cydalima perspectalis, and its caterpillars quickly destroy box plants. Here's how to combat these pests.
We round up the best gardens to visit to see carpets of bluebells this spring and explain how to tell the difference between the native flowers and foreign interlopers
The Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials is one of Britain’s greatest sporting traditions. Kate Green provides a preview.
The Cotswolds number: leading landowners; Badminton preview; plus delightful daisies and shepherds' huts.
After a five-year restoration project, the greatest glasshouse in the world will once again open its door to the public on May 5.
An Art Deco house in one of Suffok’s most enticing towns has come to the market. Penny Churchill reports.
Our Spectator columnist discovers there is smoke without fire.
An email from a friend spurs Mark Griffiths to take a look at the curiously-named bladdernut, a vigorous and easily-grown shrub that needs just the right touch to really make…
One of the most spectacular houses in Brancaster – and therefore in the whole of East Anglia – has come up for sale. Penny Churchill tells more.
'Nothing is hidden, except Adele Bloch-Bauer herself. She is still a mystery '
We take a look at some of the finest homes to appear in Country Life over the past week or so.
The Fens are unique, man-made oddity where, paradoxically, few people live – yet they exert a strange magic that had endured for centuries.