I was in awe of the three dimensional ship displays that they had framed. One of them was hanging in the Library, which was also the room that we ate in.
The other was upstairs in a room not being used, and as you can see was not mounted but sitting on the floor being stored there.
Also upstairs was a fairly newly refurbished bedroom that had beautiful trompe l-oeil portholes which really did fool the eye, but not the camera so much.
Our lunch was delicious with an assortment of savories and sweets and our choice of tea. Oh, and there was a chocolate covered strawberry for each of us.
In the downstairs alone, there were five clocks. The one with the glass front hanging on the wall had a date of 1894 inside the glass.
This last picture is of a table that I spied across the room from where we were eating and was intrigued by the heart shape formed at the bottom (this is for you Clare).
It was a nice relaxing luncheon with terrific company and wonderful staff who were there to answer all of our questions and take care of our every need.