All on the ground floor, the hall with the black and white stone floor, and grey walls, has double height windows and a balcony. It leads directly to the Saloon, with wooden floors and huge windows. Both rooms open onto stone wide steps with a wide space to host drinks, and onto the garden beyond. Next are the yellow drawing room and library, with arches and floor to ceiling windows, and steps again to the garden.
The hall gives on to the sweeping staircase, with wide oak stairs, and marble pillars.
The larger rooms are the ballroom, with a painted ceiling of cherubs, and gilded wall decoration; and the red painted dining room, with a huge wood fire, ornate frieze, and huge windows. Each can host 100 seated, and lead onto each other.