A high class weekly magazine that has been running for over 100 years, Country Life is a perfect example of pomp and circumstance.
This fantastically refined publication brings you the very latest news for anyone who dwells in the country, featuring the latest trends and fashions, interviews with highly cultured personages and contributions from leading writers. It covers art, property, style, design, country sports and the history of the great people and houses of the country, as well as some sumptuously tasty looking luxury recipes and the performing and visual arts. Country Life also contains page after page of listings of beautiful country homes for sale, making this perfect for those of impeccable taste.
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We reckon Blur had it right when they sang about a man who ‘lived in a house, a very big house, in the country’. For most of us the dream of escaping to the countryside and living out an existence as a country gent or lady is one that is incredibly appealing, and frankly if you don’t find that appealing it can only be because you already are one!
Country Life magazine is absolutely full of a sense of a Britain from years gone past, a world where you would pay good money for quality, hand crafted goods rather than buy some cheap plastic tat knocked out by a factory overseas and shipped over in bulk. On each page you can feel a sense of class and decorum, of excellence in taste and solidity. We get the feeling that those who bought Country Life magazine when it was first published in 1897 would still feel quite at home with the articles and overall tone of the modern country life.
That the team behind this magazine manage to put out such a high quality publication every week is a frankly rather impressive achievement. To good living, fine dining, excellent taste, decorum, architectural splendour and Great Britain, we raise our glass to Country Life magazine. NB