Undoubtedly, the two bathrooms rank amongst the architectural highlights of the castle and are fortunately still preserved in their original state.
While the gentlemen’s bathroom predominantly features silver-grey colours, the ladies‘ room displays warm turquoise and auburn shades. The comfortable marble tub takes centre stage at the south wall, while there is no shower, as showers were not commonly used by women in those days. The elegant marble washstand is equipped with a swivel shower head especially designed for hair washing.
Originally, the washing and bathing zones of the bathroom were separated by a velvet curtain. As shown on old postcards, the bathrooms had been decorated in Wilhelminian style furnishings with easy chairs, carpets and small pieces of furniture which took away the modern character people admire so much today.