The Grand Hall at Stoke Rochford is entered from the side entrance, which is the one now used, and is approached through an arcade positioned like a medieval screens passage. There is a fine grey stone chimney piece in the Dietterlinesque manner - typical Burn. The ceiling is in square panels with strapwork cartouches. Beyond the arcade the ceiling is vaulted. There is also a beautiful Conservatory/Orangery just off of the Library and as you can see it is set out for the celebration of civil weddings, in deed there was one on each of the two days we were there.
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