Country casuals

From relaxing in the garden with a glass of Pimms, going for a day out in the country or taking the dog for a walk in the summer sun, we showcase some great men's outfits for any country occasion

Location Redcoats Farmhouse, near Hitchin Photographer Keith Mindham Model Roly Graham Fashion direction Clare Bourke Hair Hayley Talbot-ScobieSTOCKISTS

Stutley Brothers26 Whitehorse StreetBaldock SG7 6QQ01462 490716www.stutleygun.co.uk

HRH Holmes12/13 ChurchyardHitchin SG5 1HR01462 459729www.hrhholmes.co.uk

J Oliver Radley Opticians36 High StreetBuntingford SG9 9AQ01763 273300www.radleyopticians.com

BMW X5 supplied by Specialist Cars StevenageArlington Business ParkGunnels Wood RoadSG1 2BE01438 760200www.specialistcarsbmwstevenage.co.uk

HAIR

Hayley Talbot-ScobieClipso St Albans53 The MaltingsSt Albans AL1 3HL01727 866788www.clipso.co.ukON LOCATION

Redcoats is a family farm that over 30 years has translated itself into a successful restaurant and hotel: quirky, original, welcoming. A 15th century farmhouse complete with tall brick chimneys that segues into a Victorian country house literally halfway through, reflects the centuries. Redcoats is still home to the family, and it is the family's sense of hospitality which prevails. There are 12 double or twin-bedded rooms, and one single (all en-suite). Each room is individually designed and comfortably furnished. Accommodation is shared between the main house, the Stable Courtyard and Milk Parlour. Redcoats boasts four acres of beautiful gardens. Registered for civil weddings for up to 80 people in a choice of three suites, the venue also offers marquee wedding receptions in the gardens. There is also a wide choice of fully equipped private meeting and dining rooms. Redcoats is five minutes from the A1(M) and 20 minutes from the M1 and M25. Redcoats is also only a 40-minute drive from London; from nearby Stevenage, London is 25 minutes by rail.

Redcoats Farmhouse Hotel and RestaurantRedcoats Green, Hitchin SG4 7JR01438 729500Email info@redcoats.co.uk

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