The results are finally in. We reveal Country Life's Gentleman of the Year-and the names of the others you gave the thumbs-up to
Famous the world over, the ‘full English’ breakfast is making a comeback, finds Ellie Hughes, as she tucks into a good old fry-up of eggs, bacon, sausages and beans.
Across the country Bonfire Night celebrations will be taking place this weekend – whether you're heading to a fireworks display or burning your own effigy of Guy Fawkes, these recipes…
The pretty village of Ashby St Ledgers in Northamptonshire takes its curious name from the dedication of the parish church to a 7th-century martyr and Bishop of Autun, St Leodegar.…
A delightful little castle has come to the market in the Cotswolds – but unusually it's for rent rather than for sale.
A fail-safe French pudding recipe from our kitchen garden cook.
Wood-burning stove or open fire? Arabella Youens examines the pros and cons of both options.
Some traditional winter resorts are just as idyllic in summer as they are in winter, with the allure of snow being replaced by wildflowers and cowbells.
A new account of the country-house library will compel us all to reassess these rooms and their collections, says John Goodall.
Daisy, daisy, give me your answer, moo.
Brown unquestionably produced some of the best classic landscaping ever undertaken for British country house owners
Best ski resorts; masters of the chase; and railway stations.
This delicious soup from the Michelin-starred chef is an ideal winter warmer – Michael Caines has shared the recipe to help out disaster relief charity Shelterbox.
A genuinely magnificent country house, Castletown Cox in County Kilkenny is as grand a residence as anyone could ever wish for.
Over the course of Country Life's 120-year history, dozens of readers have shared their tales of ghosts. Here we've picked out seven of the most fascinating.
British explorers Ross and Hugo Turner – known as The Turner Twins – are earning a reputation for being two of the country's most intrepid adventurers. They spoke to Rosie Paterson.
The upland landscape of West Cult, Perthshire is ideal for pheasant, partridge and woodcock and includes 272 acres of rough grazing.
You've dutifully bought a pumpkin - now here's how to carve a Jack o' Lantern like a pro.
Throwing a Halloween party this year? Here are our favourite suggestions for nightmarish nibbles and demonic drinks with which to wow the ghosts, ghouls and goblins who appear out of…
'I admire the adventure, the sense of companionship and the purpose of dogs'