The Queen's Saloon
The queen's saloon was created in 1977 to transport her and her husband during her a Silver Jubilee Tour, which saw her travel the length and breadth of the country. It is 75 feet long, upholstered with the thick carpets, and hung with Scottish landscapes by the artist Roy Penny. Her Majesty's bedroom has a 3 feet wide bed with tartan trimmed coverlet, bedside cabinet, wooden chair with a tartan seat cover, tartan drapes, and a Roberts Radio set to Radio 4. There is an adjoining bathroom, and a sitting room where she works, and where she and Prince Philip have breakfast.