Military watches have come a long way from the trenches of the First World War – today, they're the choice of the gentleman who prefers utilitarian timepieces, and hugely collectable.…
Smuggler, property tycoon and gentleman William Baldock was once the richest man in England.
Tim Breitmeyer, the new president of the CLA, speaks to Kate Green about subsidies, diversification and why the rural economy is vibrant.
Amelia Thorpe chooses furniture and accessories that will add some chalet chic to your home.
John Lennon and his then-wife Cynthia bought this beautiful house in St George's Hill as The Beatles were at the height of their fame.
Katy Birchall announces the winners of Country Life’s 2017 Gentleman of the Year Awards.
Great British menus; deerstalking; and Gentleman of the Year.
The secret to successful kitchen lighting is creating a variety of moods at different times of day, says Sally Storey.
A couple of weeks ago, Alan Titchmarsh wrote a lovely piece for Country Life about how to get children and grandchildren into gardening. Charles Quest-Ritson has a rather different take…
Conservation areas have been protecting Britain's most beautiful areas for 50 years – here's what you need to know if you live in one, or are thinking about moving to
In one of England's most picturesque and unspoilt thatched villages is a glorious English inn and adjoining mill which offers the perfect retreat for a weekend away.
'Knowing the work was one of Rembrandt’s last makes it yet more potent and uplifting.'
A place in Cornwall and a Cotswolds home with a walled garden feature in this week's round-up.
Decluttering a house filled with inherited treasures can be a monumental challenge. Debora Robertson explains how to sort out your stuff without losing your mind and alienating your entire family.
Helen Browning's organic food empire stretches to a farm, restaurant and a lovely country pub with beautifully-done rooms. Country Life paid a visit.
Autumn's rich, golden colours have turned Britain into a real picture – and if you're looking for fine route to make the most of it, here are five of the…
Emma Hughes gets to know the dogs, cats and ducks bringing animal magic to some of Britain’s best hotels.
Ancient ‘country roses’ cultivated for a centuries-old perfume industry are among the horticultural treasures of a welcoming retreat on the fringes of Marrakesh, finds Angelica Gray.
Rosamund Young's fourth beautiful article for Country Life explores, potatoes, intelligent sheep and the accidental devastation of spiders' webs.
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission celebrates its centenary this year. Gavin Stamp contextualises its work by looking at the way in which other nations commemorated their dead.