Ice cream is the subject of a new exhibition at the British Museum of Food. Emma Hughes went along to have a look – and, of course, a taste. It…
Built in 1565, this lovingly refurbished and extended grade II listed country refuge borders the kitchen garden of Raymond Blanc’s Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons.
The temple of Mithras has been beautifully restored by Bloomburg SPACE and now sits under their Headquarters by Bank tube station.
Owners of holiday homes can all too easily come into conflict with permanent residents of some of Britain's prettiest spots – but it doesn't have to be that way, as…
Wasps or ‘jaspers’ may have been plaguing picnics since time immemorial, but they’re actually industrious destroyers of insect pests, says David Profumo.
In 1954, shortly before his 15th birthday, Kevin Crumplin made a model of a Tiger Moth. It comprised a balsawood fuselage, a 3ft wingspan and a small diesel engine that…
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Country Life rounds up the best things to see, do and book this week.
Country Life August 15 2018 goes snail racing, plants a garden to get maximum colour and takes a look at the best things that America has to offer.
Ted Dexter, the former England cricket captain and chairman of selectors, is still bursting with wit, wisdom and insight about the game he loves. He spoke to Jack Watkins.
We take a look at the finest country houses, castles and estates for sale in Scotland
The graduation ceremony of Jason Goodwin's son reminds our columnist of the latin prayers which were so prolific in his childhood.
A new hotel opens on the grounds of the Châteax de Chambord, allowing visitors to bask in the glory of the French Renaissance castle. John Goodall reports.
Vast estate in Carlow's horse country comes on sale for the first time in over 200 years.
'Now I’m a grandfather myself, I know the adoration in the old man’s face'.
We take a look at some of the best homes to appear in Country Life over the past week or so, including a fine Georgian home for under £450,000 and…
Alan Tichmarsh explains how the Sissinghurst gardens inspired him to update his own.
Try a fail-safe recipe for perfect roast grouse this August.
Although beekeeping is traditionally associated with the countryside, Amy Newsome’s bees actually live on an allotment in south-west London. ‘Beekeeping has become very popular in cities and is often branded…
There's nothing quite like a genuine Georgian country house – Katie Honey picks out five of the finest currently for sale in England.