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Each country pub has been subject to the same judging criteria - location, rooms, food and selling point.The result is an uncompromising and thorough guide to the best English country pubs with rooms.

There are hotels aplenty that offer cosseting stays, but often a holiday home proves a better choice for longer visits.Crabtree & CrabtreeCrabtree & Crabtree focus on the Scottish borders and surrounding area, covering Northumberland and East Lothian.

Photograph: 22kay22/Getty Images/iStockphoto Left to its own devices, Sphagnum fallax, together with a large number of close relatives, will form dense mats of plants on wet ground and become deep peat bogs.The peat bogs that sphagnum mosses dominate have imaginatively been described as Britain’s equivalent of the Amazon rainforest.

Richard Powers One of the highlights of the summer season is the proliferation of lavender in fields and farms around the UK and beyond.When lavender is in bloom between June and August it creates vast swathes of purple in the countryside that are just as beautiful to look at as they are to smell.

July 2019 Rural domestic abusers being protected by countryside culture Victims are failed by police and suffer from isolation and patriarchal views, report warns Published: 17 Jul 2019 Rural domestic abusers being protected by countryside culture Country diary Country diary: one small step, but one giant leap for insect-kind Published: 16 Jul 2019 Country diary: one small step, but one giant leap for insect-kind Country diary Country diary: spawn to be wild Published: 15 Jul 2019 Country diary: spawn to be wild Country diary Country diary: July light turns the skipper's wings into flakes of gold Published: 11 Jul 2019 Country diary: July light turns the skipper's wings into flakes of gold Country diary Country diary: a house of God open to heaven and house martins Published: 10 Jul 2019 Country diary: a house of God open to heaven and house martins UK farmer loses high court fight to stop alpaca being killed Published: 9 Jul 2019 UK farmer loses high court fight to stop alpaca being killed Country diary Country diary 1919: birds find the first summer fruits Published: 8 Jul 2019 Country diary 1919: birds find the first summer fruits Country diary Country diary: war of the roses Published: 5 Jul 2019 Country diary: war of the roses Country diary Country diary: beneath the gin-clear waters of the Test Published: 4 Jul 2019 Country diary: beneath the gin-clear waters of the Test Top 10s Top 10 books about walking in Britain Published: 3 Jul 2019 Top 10 books about walking in Britain Country diary Country diary: freeloading bumblebees find a shortcut to food Published: 3 Jul 2019 Country diary: freeloading bumblebees find a shortcut to food Country diary Country diary: a small wild place by the side of the canal Published: 1 Jul 2019 Country diary: a small wild place by the side of the canal Country diary Country diary 1919: black rabbits in the wild Published: 1 Jul 2019 Country diary 1919: black rabbits in the wild June 2019 Country diary Country diary: St Tudwal's has its devoted congregations of birds Pwllheli, Gwynedd: The kittiwakes have cornered the sheltered perches, happy to leave the rest to the guillemots Published: 29 Jun 2019 Country diary: St Tudwal's has its devoted congregations of birds Country diary Country diary: on the site of a drowned town Dunwich, Suffolk: We’re buffeted past anglers huddled in tents, backed to the wind Published: 22 Jun 2019 Country diary: on the site of a drowned town From the Guardian archive The changing Cotswolds: 'where do the locals drink now?' – archive, 1976 21 June 1976 How the Cotswolds, having been urbanised, are now being suburbanised Published: 21 Jun 2019 The changing Cotswolds: 'where do the locals drink now?

As soon as the temperature warms up in the UK, we strip down to our swimwear and run for any available water, be it a lido, river, swimming pool, lake or even just a nearby hose or sprinkler.So suit up and head out to these top wild swimming spots across the UK.

Port Eliot takes place at Port Eliot Estate, St Germans, Cornwall, PL12 5ND, July 25-28.The Hay Festival runs from Thursday 23 May to Sunday 2 June, Dairy Meadows, Brecon Road, Hay on Wye, HR3 5PJ.

Newborn lambs are one of the earliest signs of spring, emerging on unsteady legs at farms and in fields all across the country.Why not take a stroll through some of our places, and see if you can spot the new arrivals taking their first steps?
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