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As we walk down the north wing we are back in the sixteenth century and can see the original timbering in the walls with the brick infill panels plastered over in between.  

The two bedrooms are furnished with oak period furniture and tapestries on the walls.  

In the first bedroom is a Brussels tapestry c. 1630 with a floral centre surrounded with a border of the animals of the land, the birds of the air and the fishes of the seas – often seen in the paintings of Rubens.  

In the end bedroom is a Flemish tapestry of similar date showing a number of ladies and gentlemen outside a moated house watching a competition of men in boats trying to seize a goose which has been tied by the legs to a rope over the water.

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Breamore House
Nr. Fordingbridge
Hampshire
SP6 2DF
Tel: 01725 512858
Email: breamore@btinternet.com
Breamore House
THE TUDOR BEDROOMS
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