The FitzWalter Room
The former room of Lady FitzWalter, this room pays homage to her decorative tastes in its delicate yet vibrant white rose Colefax and Fowler wallpaper, a reminder of her own previous floral wall décor. A gloriously luxurious room with its lavish chaise longue and settees that are upholstered in subtle tones of cerulean and the super king size bed with regal silk canopy made from Colefax and Fowler silk, this really is the masterpiece of the mansion. Ornate gilded mirrors and classical artwork line the intricately decorated walls which feature two large inbuilt wardrobes concealed by the wallpaper.
The FitzWalter room has two entrances, one of which is a homely doorway cove of books, a reminder that this was and continues to be a home, and not simply a house, for guests to reside in. One of the defining features of the bedroom is its glorious views over the east-facing labyrinthine box-hedge parterre and further gardens and cricket pitch, naturally radiant colours and patterns reflected in the horticulturally floral coloured theme of this grand suite. This room has its own en suite with a standalone bath and walk-in shower with further spectacular views over these carefully cultivated gardens.
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