This year's competition is as fierce as it is creative. Take a look at our top choices for Shed of the Year 2018.
English buyers are often full or apprehension when it comes to buying a house in Scotland, but there's really nothing to fear. Holly Kirkwood explains how it works.
The shooting season has started up again – if you're in need of a new shooting suit, we've spoken to Dario Carera, co-head-cutter of Huntsman Savile Row, to get his tips.
Where are the best villages, towns and small cities which are a pleasure to live in, but still offer a decent commute to the capital?
When Richard Wallace, the illegitimate son of a Marquess unexpectedly inherited his father's art collection, he did himself and his family proud by greatly improving and expanding it – and…
When Effingham Golf Club decided they needed to bring the course up to date, they didn't look forward – instead, they pored over old photographs and restored the vision of the…
This fascinating building is one of the best-preserved earth-built structures in Scotland – now, it's about to open a new chapter in its long history.
Patricia Martin shows us how to make this showstopping dish with a Scottish favourite. Introduction by Mike Warner.
Their family histories are full of heads on spikes and villages being razed to the ground, but modern Highland clan chiefs face a very different set of problems – including everything…
Deep in the glens of Tweedsmuir Hills, Blackhouse Estate boasts almost 800 acres of forestry and a completely self-sustaining country lodge.
Country Life August 22 2018 takes us whisky tasting, explores the question of grouse shooting licensing and delves into the world of Highland chiefs and their clans. Find out more…
You'll find great food and wine right across the British countryside. Emma Hughes offers her pick of the best gastropubs, restaurants and hotels.
You'd think it was hundreds of years old, but Castell Gyrn is actually a creation of the late 20th century – and it offers the charm of castle living without the…
Our columnist, ever the reluctant tourist, laments his removal from country life for a family holiday.
Arabella Youens takes a look at a utility room which shows that practical spaces can also be beautiful.
With a 24 carat gold drawing room, an extraordinary indoor spa complex and a £150,000 playhouse, the only thing Pinewood House lacks is an owner.
Tim Rice chooses Holbein's iconic portrait of the ill-fated Thomas More, one of Henry VIII's most important advisors before he fell out of favour.
Once a Grand Hotel, an airforce base and student hall of residence, the Hamilton Grand has now entered the newest and most luxurious chapter of its rich history.
Charles Quest-Ritson offers his advice on taming this exquisitely flowered fruit.
Summer in the British countryside brings with it all sorts of unusual events and celebrations – and they don't get any more eccentric than the World Snail Racing Championships. James Fisher…