The servant bows, "If you would like a meal before you retire you need only ask," he says, "I will wait while you examine the rooms."
The room on the other side of the door is a sitting room/dining room mix. There's a set of pegs on the wall near the door for the hanging of cloaks, coats, bags, and other things, and beneath it is a small, short table with space for shoes underneath.
Further inside the room is a brown loveseat and a comfortable dark blue chair arranged on a cream carpet in a conversation circle. An oval-shaped wooden coffee table sits between them, a set of three small woven mats settled in the center, and a matching pair of smaller tables bookend the couch.
At the other end of the room a three-seat table sits before the windows, which look out on a clearing in the woods outside. There's a small pond, on the shore of which a large grey bird rests, preening its wings.
A number of landscape paintings line the walls, and in the left wall is another door, closed, which presumably leads to the bedroom.