Tree Lane's Public Rooms
The elegant formal parlour is furnished with a games table for cards, chess, checkers and backgammon
board games from Monopoly to Risk to Diplomacy,
as well as
an eclectic selection of CDs and art books.
Off in one corner is John's collection of soldiers.
Out of view on the North wall, is an oil reproduction of Meisonnier's "Napoleon on Campaign".
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The Garden Room
This is a comfortable country sitting room, where afternoon tea is served.
It opens on to the Northern flagstone patio where, weather permitting, breakfast is served and on to the North garden.
There is a small collection of videos and magazines for your entertainment.
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The Dining Room
Breakfast is also served in the dining room, whose cherrywood furniture, antique mirror, chandelier
Tom Thompson and Franklin Carmichael reproduction prints create a unique formal, but relaxed, atmosphere.
The Front Hall & Stairway to Guest Rooms
The bannister on the stairwell is as old as the house. The curved parts were made from specially selected individual tree limbs, hand carved to match the straight run up the stairs.
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