La Bomba features a dining room with seating for 8 and superb antiques including a 19th century marbled console. Artworks of the Duke of Wellington and Marshal Soult, who led the British and French forces respectively, in the Peninsular Wars can be found on the walls. It’s a historical link to the house as the Armistice ending the Napoleonic War was signed by the opposing commanders on April 17th 1814 just down the road at Narouze and British forces under Wellington were barracked in nearby fields.
It’s also worth noting that there is also dining for 14 in the Grand Salon and for 12 on the garden terrace. The dining room leads off from the kitchen towards the library.