Lined with books on three walls and with elaborate gilded plasterwork, this elegant room was a favourite with the de Grey family because of its stunning views from the floor to ceiling windows.
In dramatic gold and white and with its original parquet wood floor, this room is often used for meetings, or for evening events, and it can be used for dancing.
Once the setting for dances and entertainment, the rich blue Drawing Room boasts original Louis XV features including a painted gilded ceiling and elegant fireplace.
Ante Library and Terrace
With glass doors leading onto the wide terrace and showing off the glorious grounds to perfection, this area is ideal for drinks receptions. In fine weather, guests can step directly outside onto the terrace.
All these rooms work wonderfully well used together. By day, meetings and conferences can make full use of them as break-out areas, for registration or exhibition areas and for keeping refreshments away from the main business. By night, guests can mingle for drinks in one, dine in another and walk through gilded double doors for dancing.
Once home to some of the largest orange trees in England, this grand garden pavilion, just a short walk from the main house, is the perfect location for a summer drinks reception or evening dinner.
The Evergreen Garden
There is a marquee site on the lawns, shaded by lovely mature trees, perfect for team building or activity days or for balls, dining or dinner dances in this magical garden setting – one of the most important historic landscapes in the country.