The parlour is decorated in true Victorian fashion and contains a great deal of interesting Victoriana.
There are ornaments everywhere, an aspidistra plant and, of course, a family bible. On the wall is a primitive weather glass. The water in the device rises up the spout when the barometric pressure is low and foretells wet weather.
The oak corner cupboard and longcase clock pre-date the Victorian period by about a century, just as any room today might house earlier pieces of furniture.
The eight-day clock is one of two known to have been made by William Wadforth (or Wadsworth) the Homsea blacksmith, in about 1790.