The Duchess of Lennoxlove
Within the Tower this distinctive suite is home to the Duke and Duchess' bedrooms as well as an authentic sitting room restored to its original glory, offering magnificent private quarters and sanctuary from any festivities continuing elsewhere in the house.
The Duke’s Room features a spectacular fireplace from his hunting lodge, Chatelherault, on the grounds of the former Ducal Seat, Hamilton Palace. It also houses a fascinating curiousity, a secret 'cludgie' (the Scots word for bathroom), which dates back to the 14th century.
In early Spring the Duchess’ bedroom has an envious view of the Roundel’s star-shaped snowdrop display and later in the season the blossoming cherry trees that were planted for a visit by Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother. This charming room located in the tower, where walls are as thick as eleven feet, ensures the quiet relaxation you can expect from your stay at Lennoxlove House.
The large sitting room, restored to John Fowler's original colour scheme with an opulent designed ceiling by Sir Robert Lorimer, can be used to enjoy evening drinks with friends, lunch with the family, or a tranquil afternoon tea.
*Scots word for bathroom
2 bedrooms with en-suite
1 sitting room