Country Life 28 August 2019

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HIDING IN THE HEBRIDES: A tour of Scotland’s western isles yields a cornucopia of whitesand beaches, views and ancient sites, discovers Kenneth Steven.

TEA FOR TWO: Afternoon tea is a tradition worth indulging in. Claire Jackson tucks into finger sandwiches, strike-me-pink sponge and, of course, tea.

KITCHEN GARDEN COOK: What to do with plums.

PROPERTY: The finest houses on the market.

PEELING BACK YEARS: The garden of Carnell, Ayrshire, showcases the fruits of many generations, says Non Morris.

INTERIORS:  How to transform unusual spaces, from shepherd’s huts to stables.

ANIMAL MAGIC: Octavia Pollock talks to Charles Martell about learning to make Stinking Bishop cheese and driving his Gloucester cows.

REGENCY REVIVAL: Never before featured in Country Life, grand Ardgowan House in Renfrewshire is an astonishing survival, reveals John Goodall

FAVOURITE PAINTING: Lachie Stewart’s selection.

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