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We are pleased to announce that the Liberty Caffe is now open at the castle!
News from Casa Loma
There will be restricted access to some rooms due to filming at Casa Loma. These areas of the castle may be affected until April 26th. Please be aware that there may be some associated odours related to painting.
Elevator temporarily out of service ...
Photo by: Alexander Arts
With a 60' high ceiling, this room is a focal point of Casa Loma. Note the sculpted figures adorning the pillars.
The herringbone oak floor pattern creates different shadings from each end of the room. On the ceiling is Sir Pellatt's Coat of Arms.
Lined with circassian walnut, the Dining Room was originally separated from The Library by unique panelling.
The floor marble is Italian but the side panels are Ontario marble. Steam pipes kept the flower beds warm in the winter.
Also used as a breakfast room, this room contains original Pellatt furniture.
Modelled after a passageway in Windsor Castle the walls are oak and the floor was teakwood.
Sir Henry Pellat's Study:
The mahogany panels conceal a secret door on either side of the fireplace.
Quiet games of chess or cards were enjoyed here.
Sir Henry and E.J. Lennox, the architect of Casa Loma, recorded a long running game of billiards in this room.
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