The Drawing Room
A beautiful light and airy drawing room with floor to ceiling windows and original oak plank floor. A huge period light fitting adorns this spacious room and it is thought that the ornate ceiling rose was recovered from Shooters Hill, the house that was built on the estate in 1771, which is believed to have burned down.
The working marble fireplaces are exact copies of the originals, parts of which were found buried behind the walls in this room.
Sumptuous fabrics, bespoke furniture, fittings and wallpaper fill the room, making it a wonderful place to relax. Visitors can walk directly into the secluded walled garden through the french windows and the room also has access to the glass conservatory.
We also serve afternoon tea in the drawing room every Saturday and Sunday, so why not join us for a delicious treat in elegant Victorian surroundings.