The Upper Floors

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The Great Hall The Lord's Hall The Courtyard
Passage leading to the Duke's chambers.
A rare example of how narrow corridors could be in old castles. The opening on the right leads to what must have been a small bedchamber, while the end of the corridor leads to the Duke's private chambers in the north tower and above the Lord's Inner Hall.
The Duke's private chambers viewed from the top The Duke's private chambers
The middle arch in the two above picture was the site of a private chapel within the Duke's own chambers.
The view from one of the chambers' windows. Another view of the Duke's private chambers with a glimpse of his wife's private chambers above.

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