The Tapestry Room. So called since it houses four exquisite Flemish tapestries, each on a different classical- mythical theme, this cedar-panelled room exudes elegance and warmth.
Situated on the principal floor, the Tapestry Room sits within the west wing of the main, central part of the House, and is accessed through the painstakingly restored and glorious Pewter Corridor. A Steinway baby grand piano is housed here, making it the perfect space for a musical soiree or any kind of live performance. This is one of the largest rooms in the House, unlike any other and has a real salon feel to it.