The stained glass dome, which cost $12,000, as well as the marble on the Conservatory floors are from Italy. 

Lady Pellatt’s Bathroom á  Windsor Room
Guest Suite á  Lady Pellatt’s Suite*
Round Room*

  1. Sir Henry’s Suite: The walls are mahogany and walnut. A secret storage area beside the fireplace was used to store confidential documents.

  2. Sir Henry’s Bathroom: The shower was structured to completely surround the body with spray, by using 6 taps that controlled 3 levels of pipes. All the walls are outfitted with white carrara marble.

  3. Lady Pellatt’s Suite: The walls are painted in Lady Pellatt’s favourite colour: Wedgwood blue.

  4. Girl Guides Exhibit: Placed in the castle as a tribute to the support Lady Pellatt provided to the Guides when the organization was in its infancy.

  5. Lady Pellatt’s Bathroom: Smaller than Sir Henry’s, it had a bidet, a rare feature in Canadian homes at the time.

  6. Guest Suite: One of several such elegant rooms.

  7. Windsor Room: Sir Henry hoped to have the Royal Family as guests in this room.

  8. Round Room: Designed to fit the space below the tower, this Adams-style room has custom shaped doors to fit the curved walls.