Executive King with full en-suite facilities, bath with shower overhead. This room is located on the ground floor at the front of the house.
This Bedroom is named after William Tierney Clark FRS MICE born in Bristol on 23 August 1783, died 1852.
He progressed from being a millwright to being a successful civil engineer. He worked under two great civil engineers, Thomas Telford and John Rennie. He became a Fellow of The Royal Society and a Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers.
In 1811, at the age of 28, Clark became Engineer to the West Middlesex Waterworks Company, but he continued to practice as a consulting civil engineer.
His bridges would eventually include:
- Hammersmith Suspension Bridge (1827)
- Marlow Suspension Bridge (1832)
- Norfolk Suspension Bridge at Shoreham(1833)