The Queen Mary room is named in honour of Mary Queen of Scots. This room boasts a hand-carved, four poster bed which is the bed Queen Mary is purported to have slept on when she stayed at Ballingdon Hall. This room has two large windows with views of the gardens which is perfect for watching the wildlife. The room has direct access to the kitchen via its own private staircase.
Guests have an en-suite toilet and basin in the room with easy access to the joint bathroom shared with the Prince of Wales room.