Gosford House - Interior
Inside, the building exceeds the expectations raised by its elegant exterior. The Marble Hall, in the south wing, is arguably the most arresting of its many fine features. It was completed in 1891 by William Young for the tenth Earl of Wemyss and rises to a height of three storeys, with a magnificent double staircase leading to a surrounding picture gallery. The elaborate fireplace, alabaster colonnades and ornate plasterwork reflect the strong Italianate taste of the tenth Earl, while the Palladian screen of Venetian windows are reminiscent of Adam's original designs.
The house will be open on Mother’s Day and Easter weekend from the 17th-21st April.
The house opens at 1pm and the last tour is at around 4pm. Each tour costs £6 and lasts approximately 45 minutes. The gates to Gosford close promptly at 4.45pm.
The house has limited disabled access and part of the tour requires climbing stairs.
For tour groups of 8 and above please call or e-mail to book in advance.
Cash payments only.
Visitors are kindly reminded that NO photographs are allowed to be taken inside the house and bags are not allowed into the house. There is a cloakroom for bags.
As seen on the BBC Culture Show – The lost Portrait of Bonnie Prince Charlie by Allan Ramsay will be on display
Also on hand will be ‘Na Fir Dileas’ locally based Jacobite cultural group.
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