Our round-up of some of the finest homes to appear in Country Life over the past week or so includes over a dozen picture-perfect Cotswolds properties.
Buying director Giles Burke-Gaffney discusses the history of Justerini & Brooks, as well as their exciting plans for the future of the wine industry. Photographs by Richard Cannon.
Whether you're a keen cyclist, swimmer or rider, the Cotswolds has the perfect property or any active lifestyle.
The fascinating world of bees has long held broadcaster and journalist Bill Turnbull in thrall. He takes a look at three new books on this endlessly engrossing topic.
Ysenda Maxtone Graham discusses the age old debate which divides the nation in two.
Missed last week's issue? You can still view its magnificent property pages and articles here.
Dozens of visitors to the Goodwood Revival on September 7–9 entered the Country Life Best Dressed Competition in partnership with Canon – and here are the winners, as judged by professional…
Country Life rounds up the best things to see, do and book this week.
Country Life September 19 2018 focuses on the paradise that is the Cotswolds, looks at theatre names and examines the all-time-classic watering can design by Haws.
One of Britain’s most famous landmarks makes for an epic walk back in time – and it's a journey that Fiona Reynolds took this summer.
The expert plantswoman tells us all about dahlia trends and gives advice for the best colours to use in 2019. Tiffany Daneff reports.
Art expert Simon Dickinson chooses The Flight into Egypt by Jacopo Bassano.
This week we have a superbly-priced property almost in the shadow of one of England's great cathedrals and a waterfront property in the USA which simply has to be seen.
Jim Steele has been making Windsor chairs by hand for a quarter of a century. He spoke to Tessa Waugh, with portraits by Richard Cannon.
Earlier this week, Country Life named the 10 best market towns in England, with the help of some exclusive research from Savills. But what could you get if you chose…
The shrew is a tiny and seemingly-inoffensive creature of the meadow. So how did it end up becoming a byword for an implacable, nagging woman? Ian Morton explains.
Follow our perfect sloe gin recipe to make the best sloe gin in preparation for your local opening meet.
The ‘candlelight’ paintings by Joseph Wright of Derby represent the high point of the career of one of our great painters. As one of them now leaves the country, Emma…
Rose Lloyd Owen quit her job at a talent agency to become a caterer, and now counts the likes of Vivienne Westwood and Millie Mackintosh among her clients – in the…
Reader Sam reveals how to make simple fruit jam in 20 minutes without pectin or a thermometer.