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Main Floor

The Conservatory
Photo by: Alexander Arts
  1. Great Hall: With a 60′ high ceiling, this room is a focal point of Casa Loma. Note the sculpted figures adorning the pillars.
  2. Library: The herringbone oak floor pattern creates different shadings from each end of the room. On the ceiling is Sir Pellatt’s Coat of Arms.
  3. Dining Room: Lined with circassian walnut, the Dining Room was originally separated from The Library by unique panelling.
  4. The Conservatory: The floor marble is Italian but the side panels are Ontario marble. Steam pipes kept the flower beds warm in the winter.
  5. Serving Room: Also used as a breakfast room, this room contains original Pellatt furniture.
  6. Peacock Alley: Modelled after a passageway in Windsor Castle the walls are oak and the floor was teakwood.
  7. Sir Henry Pellat’s Study: The mahogany panels conceal a secret door on either side of the fireplace.
  8. Smoking Room: Quiet games of chess or cards were enjoyed here.
  9. Billiard Room: Sir Henry and E.J. Lennox, the architect of Casa Loma, recorded a long running game of billiards in this room.