Leading from the first floor landing is a Queen Anne bedroom with a four-poster bed: the bed hangings and curtains of rich blue silk damask with an acanthus leaf pattern are typical of the period.
The hanging bronze chandelier is Dutch and the furniture is walnut of the first half of the eighteenth century.
On the walls hang a decorative set of five pastels of the first Baronet and his family. These are by Francis Cotes who with Joshua Reynolds was a pupil of Thomas Hudson and who excelled in pastel work.
The pastel of Sir Edward Hulse when he was Court Physician was exhibited at the Society of Arts in 1760 – the first exhibition to be held of contemporary British artists. In 1960 he returned to the now Royal Society of Arts for their 200th Anniversary Exhibition.