Country Life's Steve Ayres is taking a trip that's a biker's dream: touring Scotland on a Triumph Tiger XRX 1200. In his latest dispatches he camps on Skye, tackles the…
Grade II*-listed Hapsford House at Great Elm, near Frome, Somerset has retained the purity of its centuries-old design.
Jonathan Meades reviews a new selection of Anthony Burgess’s literary journalism, gathered from previously uncollected reviews and essays from throughout his career.
Simpson's is a restaurant so English that they even banned the word 'menu' – and while they're still serving Champagne, they're now making a real effort to champion the English alternatives.…
Country Life July 4 2018 looks at Britain's best cottages; the fairweather life of a forecaster; and how to build the perfect library.
What better day to celebrate some of Scotland's most stunning locations than St Andrew's Day? Here's our pick of 10 of the finest white sand beaches in the country.
The newly redesigned and roomier Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace is a weirdly named, but worthy rival to the Skoda Kodiaq.
Vennwood is a spectacular residential estate in need of a little TLC.
Our columnist takes a look at the new breed of foxes invading the countryside, and the havoc both they and the badgers are causing.
Country Life's France special issue saw some amazing properties up for sale – here's a selection of some of the best.
A British summer without strawberries would be unthinkable.
'I love this painting for the passion and empowerment one can sense in her profile and the complete control she exudes'
Our weekly look at the finest homes to appear in Country Life over the past week or two includes a converted chapel in Wiltshire, a pair of North Yorkshire gems…
Our kitchen cook reveals a showstopper of a pudding, perfect for summer.
An ambitious garden re-creation complements the architecture of perhaps the most celebrated château on the Loire and has linked it with its wider parkland. Tim Richardson reports.
‘I’ve always thought that chickens were great fun. Watching hens having a dust bath is a delight and the noise they make is very calming,’ explains rare-breed-poultry enthusiast Andrew Bowden.…
Harold Tower is an outstanding Gothic-style castle, circa 1830, occupying a commanding position on Douglas Head overlooking the bay.
The idea of a potion that can make someone fall in love is as old as the idea of love itself. But is there anything in them that might actually…
Georgie Evans, Web & Marketing Manager at The Wedding Present Co., shares her tips on having your wedding at home and what advice she gives to others looking to do…
Received an invitation to Henley? Charlotte Peters tells you everything you need to know, from dress code to star-spotting.