This space, decorated with 17th-century square tiles, has a wooden ceiling with rich polychrome painting, echoing the formula adopted in the Dining Room. Highlights among the furniture are two cabinets-on-stands, typical examples of Portuguese furniture between the start and the end of the 17th century, in other words, between Mannerism and the Baroque. The first cabinet, of Spanish inspiration, has a drop leaf that reveals a series of drawers with inlaid decoration featuring floral motifs. The second falls under what was defined as Portuguese National Style, with its bold turning, the sinuous outlines surrounding the drawers, and carved decoration in the form of spine shapes, creating a play of light and shadow characteristic of the Baroque. Decorating the walls are two allegories by Bento Coelho da Silveira, a prolific Portuguese painter from the second half of the 17th century, as well as a large still life by an unknown artist and a painting of Saint John the Baptist from the 16th century, which stands out for the skilful background featuring architecture and vegetation.