Summary
There are two family bedrooms open to the public; the master bedroom, and this smaller room, called Ann's Bedroom, which is furnished as it might have been during the life of Anne Fairfax.

There are some lovely furnishings in the chamber, including a delicate secretaire rather wedged into a space between the bed and window. The chamber gives a sense of space and airiness, a result, perhaps, of the light-coloured bed-hangings and complimentary floral wallpaper.

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Fairfax House Master Bedroom

This lovely writing table stands beside the bed

Carved molding, Fairfax House Master Bedroom

The four poster bed. Note the cross above the bed; a sign of the Fairfax's Catholic faith.

Fairfax House Mastert Bedroom

A dressing table sits beside the window.

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