Up the grand staircase on the first floor you will find a daring yet cosy room that draws inspiration from the Countess’ fearless personality.
Time travel through its aquamarine and coral shades, exotic paintings, eastern linens and replicas of the Titanic’s wash basins which create a cosmopolitan feel.
Soak up the sunrise from your window and take in the view of the valley that lies at the foot of the palace.
The two beds with handmade English wool mattresses are dressed in 400 thread count sheets of silky Egyptian cotton. A magnificent Provençal oak wardrobe dating from the late 18th century is among the most exquisite pieces in this room. The chinoiserie-style drapery harmonises withthe antique 18th room dividers with scenes of parrots and birds hanged in the wall.
The carpeting in a bright coral adds a special comfort to the room and an antique Belgian chaise longue with silk velvet blankets completes the room’s creative décor. The bathroom has a bathtub nestled between the original ceiling beams.