The Saloon was designed for entertaining and nothing has changed in this respect since the middle of the eighteenth century, making it an ideal setting for wedding ceremonies. Features include the original, richly coloured crimson wall hangings made of a combination of wool, linen and silk known as caffoy. The impressive Old Master paintings by Rubens and Van Dyck dominate the room. With its lofty, gilded ceiling, the grandest in the house, the Saloon is a room designed to impress.
With magnificent views over the manicured terraces, the fountain, south park and up to the obelisk in the distance, it is a grand venue for a wedding or civil partnership and can accommodate up to 80 guests for a seated ceremony.