Features Georgian architectural details within the plaster work and boasts magnificent views across the Italian Terrace and gardens. Since its build in 1829, it has served as a sitting room for the family who reside here. Today the Library is still a cosy spot to relax as well as being licenced for intimate wedding ceremonies.
The room features a statement Italian fireplace and floor to ceiling bookcases that hold leather bound volumes, digests, fiction and non. Amongst a wide array of historical artefacts, you will find a photograph of current owner, Sir Andrew Buchanan, receiving a knighthood by the Queen at Buckingham Palace after serving as Lord-Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire for 22 years.
An ideal space for small corporate events. A room of historical significance, most notably Sir Andrew knighted by Her Majesty the Queen in 2012. A cosy space for pinning on button holes or for a tot of Dutch courage.