Queen Victoria spent ten days in residence at Palé Hall in 1889. So enchanted was she by the house and grounds that she changed her itinerary in order to extend her visit.
This is the room she chose as her bedroom. At that time it was the only one in the house that provided a bathroom with plumbing.
Warmly decorated in full Victorian style, with a half tester bed believed to be the same one slept in by Victoria. The orginal bath and basin used by the Queen remain preserved, now complemented by a separate shower, marble tiles and dramatic curtains.
It offers a wonderful view over the walled garden and across the valley toward local hills.
To reserve this room specifically please enter Victoria in the online booking form field ‘Request specific room by name’. (Reservation subject to availability)
We do not allow children under the age of 12 to be left unattended in the bedrooms. We would be delighted to provide a babysitting service (bookable in advance at £10 per hour, minimum two hours). We have some adjoining bedrooms that are perfect for parents travelling with children or we can provide age appropriate folding beds or cots in parent rooms.
Please note that Palé Hall is non-smoking throughout the building. There is a designated smoking area in the courtyard.
Smoking in bedrooms will incur a £200 cleaning charge.