The smaller country houses number plus Mary Berry; the art of ceramics; and how to get rid of your children.
This summer, fifteen photographs taken of the Princess in 1997 will go on display at Althorp.
This exquisite apartment is situated in the former home of Arthur Balfour.
Entranced by a tiny bird in the woods, Jay Griffiths explores the bewitching effect of the avian voice in her essay Birdsong.
This $40 million apartment in one of New York's tallest skyscrapers is literally dizzying.
Warm up your stomach and your tastebuds with this flavourful and wholesome vegetable curry from Simon Hopkinson.
Catherine Austen explains why this annual National Hunt racing extravaganza is held in such affectionate reverence.
There have been Maitlands at Thirlestane since the mid 13th century. The family formerly occupied what is today a ruin about two miles from the present castle at Old Thirlestane.…
'I find it inspirational to look at and think about how wondrous Rembrandt was to be able to capture God, music, light and silence in one scene.'
Country Life's experts have delved into their little black books to bring you the finest architects, builders, interior decorators and garden designers in Britain.
Here are the people you can trust to deliver the modern English country look.
Country Life delves into its bulging little black book to bring you our list of the elite architects you need if you're considering serious work on your home.
Whether you're embarking on a new-build or painstakingly restoring a listed building, here are the craftsmen with excellent foundations.
A beautiful country house is as much about its surroundings as its bricks and mortar.
There’s treasure in them thar hills.
It's rare to come across a book of such stupendous beauty as Phaidon's 'The Gardener's Garden'.
Enjoy the great outdoors from the back of bicycle.
Just thinking about it is enough to get any country-house owner hot under the collar, but when it comes to fire, prevention is key.
Clive Aslet meets the chairman of the Georgian Group, and hears why the 18th century was best.
The River Itchen and surrounding areas in Hampshire are under threat by a new development.