The Orangery, as the name would suggest, was originally a purpose-built glass roofed extension to the original house where orange and lemon plants were grown. In its day it was the must-have status symbol amongst the fashionable elite of the 19th century. Today it is a large, light filled self-contained area at the end of the East Wing of the Main House.
- Located on the ground floor, it faces East and looks onto the exquisite Italian Gardens.
- Two ceiling mounted projectors, plus screen, PC and laptop connections
- Private coffee lounge and adjacent syndicate rooms.