Take a look at two of the finest houses to appear in Country Life over the past week.
When it comes to charming boutique hotels in Cornwall, Paula Lester finds that there’s nowhere quite like the Talland Bay Hotel.
A windy hilltop was no deterrent to the owners in creating a garden with a special focus on winter and early-spring flowers, finds George Plumptre.
John Goodall meets Bill Bird, who, having studied architecture at the Bartlett, now makes orthopaedic shoes.
Henley Park in Normandy, Surrey sits in seventeen acres of stunning parkland.
Take a chance on surprising survivors advises Steven Desmond.
Mythical and magnificent, yet gentle and intensely loyal, the Irish wolfhound can only be described in superlatives, finds Flora Watkins.
'A year’s worth of wedding planning has been for nothing if I turn up all stitched up and cross-eyed like Frankenstein’s monster'
As Bilbo Baggins has it: ‘It’s a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door.’ Best stay warm, under cover of thatch.
On the beautiful, vibrant island of Jamaica lies a hotel drenched in the charm and glamour of the Caribbean. Toby Keel was lucky enough to pay a visit.
Charles Rangeley-Wilson finds that BMW’s latest incarnation of its 5-Series Touring estate handles like a dream without compromising on space, fuel economy or looks.
Picture-perfect Ebble Thatch was the home to the great Lord of the Flies author and Nobel Prize in Literature and Booker Prize winner Sir William Golding CBE.
John Goodall visits Ghent, a city full of unexpected delights.
We take a look to see what you could get across Britain for a budget of £700,000 – the answer is 'an awful lot'.
Irish wolfhounds; a day in the life of a crisp; and 6 Nations rugby preview.
Our kitchen garden cook makes the most of shallots, which are a good source of vitamin C during the chilly winter months.
A glorious setting, a beautiful house: this places is a speck on the map just off the Isle of Lewis – an it's gloriously romantic.
Our columnist pays tribute to his late neighbour Dudley Tolley, a farmer who embodied the image of the lovable English eccentric.
Antique dealer Christopher Howe evokes a classic English drawing room.
The wretched fate of Halnaby Hall, a 17th-century mansion in North Yorkshire, was depicted to gruesome effect on the cover of the 1974 The Destruction of the Country House, shown…