This room is hung with portraits of ancestors of the Byshopp family.
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A double portrait over the chimney piece is by Sir Peter Lely of Sir Ralph Assheton and his wife Elizabeth. She ran away from him, and after her return he had this picture altered to show him holding a lock of her hair, with his foot on her dress.
The 16th century Italian wool wall hangings are very rare, and the earliest known examples of flame stitch in England.